Dual Enrollment & Early Admission
The Dual Enrollment program provides accelerated opportunities to academically talented students from all Polk County public secondary schools, most area private high schools, and to students in a home education program. Dual enrollment allows high school students to take college classes while still in high school and earn credit for those college courses that will count towards both high school diploma and college degree requirements at the same time.
Where do I start?
Start by following the steps to admission.
Am I required to take Student Orientation?
Dual enrollment students are required to take the Online Student Orientation. You may take orientation online or use a computer in the Advising area or TLCC of any campus.
How do I register for classes after my high school counselor approves them?
- Register in person with a college advisor. You may not register or make schedule additions in PASSPORT.
- You will use PASSPORT to see your schedule and to log into Canvas for your classes.
After I register, what do I do?
Take your Polk State College class schedule back to your high school counselor. You may request an adjustment to your high school schedule at this time, if necessary, with your high school counselor.
How do I get my textbooks?
Public and Home School Students:
Students must bring two copies of the current term schedule to a campus B&N bookstore. These can be obtained by either seeing an Admissions or Advising Department Staff member or you may print two copies of your schedule along with one copy of your home page from your Passport.
Private School/Out of County Students:
Private school students will work with their school for purchasing required textbooks and supplies.
Click the Seven Steps to Dual Enrollment and Early Admission link in order to get started.
If you have questions about dual enrollment, please email email@example.com or see your school counselor.