Carroll Community College is offering English and Math courses at each Carroll County high school. Trained CCPS high school teachers will teach these college-level courses.
How to begin:
Dually enrolled high school students taking classes at Carroll or on-site at their high school receive discounted tuition. Federal financial aid is not available for dually enrolled students. However, we do have a payment plan that can help you break up your payment into as many as five monthly installments.
Carroll Community College wants to ensure that
students have a healthy transition to college coursework. Students with a 504
or IEP (or any other medical documentation) can meet with a Disability Support
Services counselor in A101 to discuss accommodations at the College. Students
need to self-identify and schedule a meeting with the ADA Office before the
start of classes. Students enrolled in CCC courses which are being taught on
CCPS sites who would be eligible for accommodations on the basis of their existing
IEP/504 plans would be eligible to receive postsecondary-appropriate
accommodations through Carroll’s Office of ADA/Disability Support Services.
For the majority of testing accommodation needs/requests – most commonly
50% additional testing time, distraction-reduced testing, Calculator access –
Carroll is amenable to a simplified process whereby the majority of these
student accommodation needs/requests can be provided directly through an
affirmation of eligibility by a designated representative/point-of-contact
within the high school.
complex student needs or accommodation requests can be addressed on a
case-by-case basis through the standard established process at Carroll for
students requesting accommodations.
There are many ways to place college level! In fact, many students will place directly into college courses with their high school unweighted GPA. We do not require the SAT or ACT. See your High School Counselor or a Carroll Admissions Counselor for any questions.
Call the Admissions Office at 410-386-8430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Note: Call before you come in for drop in availability (day of) or to schedule an appointment.