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Requirements and Responsibilities

To participate in the Dual Enrollment Program, high school students must:

  • Attend a high school that participates in the Dual Enrollment Program
  • Have the permission of their high school
  • Pass all sections of the HSPA
  • Have senior status (certain high schools also allow qualified juniors to participate in the Dual Enrollment Program)
  • Submit a Brookdale Community College application (the $25 application fee will be waived for students participating in the Dual Enrollment Program)
  • Take ACCUPLACER (a basic skills placement test) and pass all sections or have the following SAT scores:
    • 530 Math to be waived from the Arithmetic and Elementary Algebra sections of ACCUPLACER
    • 540 Critical Reading to be waived from the Reading Comprehension and Sentence Skills section of ACCUPLACER
  • Sign a Brookdale Community College release form (student and parents/guardians will sign)
  • Be responsible for all costs associated with the Dual Enrollment Program including tuition, books, fees, and course materials
  • Provide their own transportation to and from Brookdale Community College
  • Be held to the terms and conditions of the Brookdale Community College Student Conduct Code and Student Integrity Code
  • Adhere to the Brookdale Community College and high school academic calendars
  • Maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in Brookdale Community College courses to remain in the Dual Enrollment Program