Dual Enrollment

Enrollment Guide

Students wishing to take courses through Reedley College outside of their high school or over the summer should apply for the High School Enrichment Program. Review the requirements and steps on the HSE page to submit your application and HSE packet.

Not sure which concurrent enrollment program is right for you? Learn the differences between Dual Enrollment vs High School Enrichment.

Advancing Educational Achievement with Dual Enrollment Pathways

Bringing K-12, Industry, and Higher Education Together for Student Success. The Dual Enrollment Program at Reedley College allows qualified high school students to earn college and high school credits at the same time while still attending High School.


Hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Contact:

Phone: (559) 494-2502
Email: Bonita.gomez@reedleycollege.edu

Live Application Help via Zoom

Complete the RC admission application online.

  1. You will first create an OpenCCC account to begin an application (if you have never applied through CCCApply). 
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  2. While logged into your OpenCCC account, click Start A New Application to apply to Reedley College.
    1. If you have any issues completing/submitting the application, our helpdesk is available to assist and can be reached at 844.887.2223
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Within 24-48 hours after you have applied online, you should receive an Admission Acknowledgement email from SCCCD Admissions & Records with your activated Student ID# and MyPortal login information. If you have not received an email after 48 hours, check your spam/junk folder. If it is not in the spam/junk folder, call the Reedley College Admissions & Records Office at (559) 494-3023 for assistance. 

Access your student email, Canvas, WebAdvisor, and other useful tools.  

Log in to My PortalYour username and password information are included in your “Admissions Acknowledgement” email. 

Activate your email: In My Portal, open the Student Email app and activate your student email. Check your email daily! 

IMPORTANT: Change your password within 45 days of receiving your Student ID# to avoid being locked out of My Portal. 

For technical assistance, call (559) 499-6072 or visit the technology help webpage. 

Dual enrollment students must also complete and submit the “Dual Enrollment Registration Packet.” This includes signed forms from parent and high school principal. To obtain a Dual Enrollment registration packet please talk to your high school counselor.

After you have submitted the online application and Dual Enrollment packet, a counselor will review your application. If your application is approved, it will be forward your application to the Admissions & Records Office for registration. If your application is not approved,  The Dual Enrollment Counselor will notify you by phone or email as to why it was not approved.

If you do not meet the eligibility requirements and you have submitted the additional documentation (see eligibility requirements above), the application will be forwarded to the Vice President of Instruction for review.

Dual Enrollment students cannot register or drop courses online through WebAdvisor. The Dual Enrollment Counselor will notify you by phone or email if/when you are registered for your course(s).

Before the Semester Starts, Do the Following:

If you are waitlisted for any courses, visit the How to Manage Your Waitlisted Courses webpage for important information.

Preview what textbooks are required and purchase or rent from the RC Bookstore online.

Textbook information can also be located in WebAdvisor by clicking on the “My Bookstore” link in each courses section information or in Canvas by clicking on the “My Bookstore” icon located on the side bar along the left hand side of the page.

Once the Semester Starts, Do the Following:

Attend your classes on the first day of school. If you are taking an online class, be sure to access your courses in Canvas through My Portal the first day of the semester. You may be dropped from a class if you fail to attend the first class meeting or do not access your online courses in Canvas.

Review the Student Canvas Training page for more support on all things Canvas.

If you are waitlisted for a class when the semester starts, you still need to attend the first day. If there is room available, the instructor will give you an “Authorization Code” to enroll in the class. If you are waitlisted for an online course, you will need to email the instructor to see if there is room for you to enroll in the class. You can find the instructor’s contact information when you click on the course link under “section name and title” column in web advisor. If there is, the instructor will email you an “Authorization Code” to enroll in the class.