Admission of High School and Home-Schooled Students

​​DMACC offers the opportunity for high school and home-schooled students to enroll in credit courses.  These procedures do not apply to high school age students enrolling under ​Career Advantage, or other special contractual agreements.

 

Admission of High School Aged Students

DMACC offers the opportunity for high school students to enroll in credit courses as self-paid. Students must meet all necessary prerequisites for college level courses.

  1. Submit a completed Application for Admission and select: Non-Degree Seeking and the Liberal Arts Program on the application.
    First you will create a log-in for the online application (this is not the same as the log in for myDMACC and/or Blackboard). This log-in is only necessary to gain access to the application for Admission.

    Recommended browsers include Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.​

  2. Submit the DMACC High School Permission Form.
  3. Freshman and Sophomores complete Next-Generation ACCUPLACER® Test and ALEKS math placement assessment or submit ACT scores to DMACC. Course placement is mandatory based on assessment scores.
  4. Freshman and Sophomores are also required to meet with a DMACC academic advisor prior to registration.​


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