Dual Enrollment

High School students can take college-level courses through RCC with the Dual Enrollment program

Rappahannock Community College (RCC) has dual enrollment agreements with local public school systems to offer college-level courses that can be taken at the high school location. Dual enrollment programs are voluntary and enable students to take community college courses while enrolled in high school and provides college level educational opportunities not otherwise available. Dual enrollment courses allows qualified high school juniors and seniors to enroll in college courses during the school day where they receive both college and high school credit prior to high school graduation. Freshman and sophomores can enroll with special approval from RCC’s administration.  Students who have previously taken dual enrollment classes do not need to re-apply for admission.

Students should follow the Steps for Dual Enrollment.

What are the benefits? According to the Community College Research Center:

DE students have a higher likelihood of:

  • Graduating from high school
  • Enrolling in college after high school graduation
  • Pursuing a baccalaureate degree
  • Persisting to completion

Transferability: Dual enrollment courses are offered as a pathway into college or careers.  Some classes are designed to transfer to a four-year school, fulfilling freshman or lower division course requirements.  Other dual enrollment courses are not intended to transfer, but are requirements of a career/occupational certificate or applied science degrees offered at the community college. Four-year colleges ultimately make the determination of what will transfer into their school and how it will transfer into the student’s degree program of choice.

If you’re a Dual Enrollment student and you are interested in completing a certificate or degree while in high school, contact the Dual Enrollment Advisor.  You can follow the course requirements as outlined in the Degrees and Certificates of the College Catalog.

Dual Enrollment team

Canice Graziano

Canice Graziano

Dean of Dual Enrollment & Community Outreach

Warsaw
cgraziano@rappahannock.edu
804-333-6752

Hutt Williams

Hutt Williams

Dual Enrollment Advisor and College Recruiter, Dual Enrollment

Warsaw
hwilliams@rappahannock.edu
804-333-6744

Basheer Abdul-Malik

Basheer Abdul-Malik

Administrative Assistant, Dual Enrollment & Community Outreach

Warsaw
babdul-malik@rappahannock.edu
804-333-6726

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