You can now apply for Fall term. Check out our
Dual Enrollment Application Steps. If you are a new or returning Dual Enrollment student, you must apply to Norco and submit your Parent Approval Form by August 12, 2022 (for Fall term).
Fall 2022 Deadline:
Class Registration starts on May 9, 2022 (Please check your registration date on WebAdvisor)
Last day to apply for Fall term: August 12th.
Counseling Services for Dual Enrollment Students
Need to see a counselor right away?
Thursdays 2:00-6:00pm (SpringTerm)
10-minute conversation - No Appt required
Need to see a counselor for a longer conversation?
May Schedule up to 10 days in advance
30-minute Zoom Sessions
Once you make an appt., you may come back here to log in at the time of your appointment
College & Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Agreements
We currently offer Dual Enrollment classes at the following schools.
Summer 2022 - Schedule by School Site
FALL 2022 - SCHEDULE COMING SOON!!
The benefits of Dual Enrollment
High School students take college course on their High School campus, taught by college faculty or High School teacher who meet Minimum Qualifications to teach college-level course:
- All student services fees are
- All Unit fees are
- Textbooks are provided for all on high school campus college courses
- The program is
FREE to all students
- Students may take up to 15 college units between the high school and the college campus each major term (approval required by HS and College)
- Builds confidence
- Students are on their home campus which is less intimidating when starting college courses
- Students do not need to worry about transportation to the college campus
- Dual Enrollment gets the student on their program of study(pathway) faster which
saves the student
time and money
- Not sure which pathway to choose? The program is a great way for students to explore different pathways at no cost and not wasting their college years on experimentation of courses
- The Dual Enrollment program helps to transition the students from high school to college rigor, policies and procedures
- Credit-bearing college courses are counted as core courses or elective high school credits
- Most college courses are CSU and or UC approved.
- Dual Enrollment courses, in most cases, are a weighted grade for the student high schools GPA
- Student earns college grade based on multiple and varied assessments throughout a course, not just from one high-stakes test
- Student earns transcript college credit at the time they successfully pass the course
“I want to thank CNUSD, Roosevelt High School, and Norco College for coordinating the Dual Enrollment program. This is something that really prepared me for college and helped me get ahead,” said Torres. “I will be graduating from California State University, Fullerton with my bachelor's degree in political science a year and a half early.”
–Madelyn Torres, Norco College & Eleanor Roosevelt High School Dual Enrollment Alumni, Class of 2019 (read more