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Dual Enrollment

Ginny McMillan

Faculty Information

Title(s)
Junior & Senior Counselor, College Counselor

Contact Information

School Email
(Primary)
School Phone
205-940-2400 X1267

Education

Degree(s)
B.S., Biochemistry, University of Missouri-Rolla
M.A., School Counseling, St. Louis University

Other Information

Class Of
1997

JCCHS is proud to offer 11th and 12th-grade students the opportunity to enroll in college courses concurrently with high school classes and earn college and high school credits simultaneously through our Dual Enrollment Program.  

Dual Enrollment opportunities at John Carroll include:

  • The University of Alabama Early College
  • Auburn First 
Courses from one of these two dual enrollment programs may be completed online, on the John Carroll campus, during regular schools hours.  While these college credits are transferable to most in-state public colleges and universities, we advise that you check with the college(s) you are applying to to verify that they will accept the credits.  John Carroll cannot ensure credit acceptance by colleges and universities other than UA EC and Auburn First.  
 

Additional information to note: 

  • UA Early College and Auburn First allow students to take a maximum of two (2) classes per semester. 
  • John Carroll can only accept the approved courses listed for dual enrollment credit (see lists below) on the students’ JCCHS transcript.  
  • Students must have a class period during their school day at John Carroll devoted to the course.
  • If the student chooses a course other than the ones listed below, they will receive college credit but not JCCHS credit.  
  • John Carroll cannot accept courses taken during the summer for dual enrollment credit.    
  • Courses given credit at John Carroll will receive an additional 0.5 quality points toward GPA.  

 

AUBURN FIRST INFORMATION:

Students must be enrolled in the Auburn First program by June in order to begin a dual enrollment class at John Carroll in the fall.  All information regarding application requirements, enrollment, and cost can be found on the Auburn First website.
 
 

THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA EARLY COLLEGE INFORMATION:

Students must be enrolled in the UA Early College program by July in order to begin a dual enrollment class at John Carroll in the fall.  All information regarding application requirements, enrollment, and cost can be found on the UA Early College website.

UA Early College