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Tonya Cannedy
Dual Enrollment Coordinator

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Dual Enrollment Program

澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 faculty and staff are pleased you have decided to begin your college career! Below are the steps to begin. For questions please contact the nearest 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 center in our area of outreach:

  • Elko: 775.327.2059
  • Ely: 775.327.5350
  • Winnemucca: 775.327.8200
  • Pahrump: 775.327.5210

4 Steps to Start Your Pathway!

The following steps are required only upon initial enrollment:

  1. Discuss your intentions with your high school counselor or principal.
  2. Submit a 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 Application for Admission online at
  3. Many courses (including English, Math, and Social Science) require that you take the Great Basin College Accuplacer test or provide us with your ACT or SAT scores. To arrange for the Accuplacer test, which is free, call the 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 Academic Success Center at 775.327.2247 or visit the nearest 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 Center in our area of outreach.
  4. Complete the High School Online Dual Enrollment form. Instructions to complete the form are available.

Important Note to Parents and Students

澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 complies with the Family Education and Privacy Act (FERPA). Parents will not have access to student grades, financial records, etc. High school students enrolled in dual enrollment courses are treated like any other college student. The student, and not the parent, must sign the appropriate approval forms, resolve concerns with course instructors, access his or her own grades, etc. All fees are due before classes begin. It is the student's responsibility to check for transferability of 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 courses to other educational institutions.


Expectations in college are different than high school:

  • High school personnel signing students’ registration form are indicating they feel the student has the intellectual and emotional maturity to be enrolled in college classes.
  • Most college classes will be more difficult and require more hours.
  • It is the students’ responsibility to discuss issues with their instructors. Because of federal privacy laws, parents will not generally have access to students’ academic records, financial records, or professors.
  • Failing a dual credit college class may delay high school graduation.
  • Academic dishonesty such as plagiarism and cheating will be treated more severely. Even one serious incident can result in an “F”.
  • Attendance policy is stricter. Pre-arranged absences for extracurricular activities at the high school do not apply to college classes. Absences should be discussed beforehand with professors, whose policies may vary regarding how many excused absences are allowed.
  • It is the students’ responsibility, before the 60% drop deadline, to withdraw from any courses they are not going to complete. Otherwise, they will receive an “F” on their transcript.
  • High school and 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 calendars rarely match, so there may be conflicts with vacation breaks.

Other Options for High School Students

Please see the High School page for additional options available to students now in high school.

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Why Great Basin College

Great Basin College, "The Gold Standard in the Silver State", offers associate and baccalaureate level education in academic, career and technical fields. Welcoming over 4,000 students annually from all corners of the country, both online and at our various campuses and centers, 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载's presence extends across two time zones and spans more than 86,000 square miles throughout Nevada. A leader in rural higher education, 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 takes pride in developing students who are well-prepared to meet the demands of industry and who contribute to the success and prosperity of the local economy.

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