- Continuing Registration: Did you complete at least one dual credit course this past semester? This is the application for you!
- Online Application: Are you new to dual credit or did you take a break from dual credit courses this past semester? Then this is the application for you! During the process, you will need to list the course(s) you wish to take. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have created an electronic version of the signature page for dual credit. Your parents and high school counselors can sign electronically via DocuSign. You will need the information from your application as well as the email addresses of your high school counselor and parent/legal guardian.
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Registration Deadlines - Spring 2022 Dual Credit
|Application / Registration Opens
||Application / Registration Deadline
|November 1, 2021
|| January 10, 2022
- Students must meet satisfactory academic progress in all HSDC or concurrent coursework credit to maintain eligibility in the program.
- A HSDC or concurrent credit student with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better is considered to be in good academic standing.
- If a student’s cumulative grade point average for all earned credit in HSDC or concurrent credit coursework falls below 2.0 in any given term, the student will be placed on suspension from HSDC or concurrent credit coursework for the following term (reflecting Fall and Spring semesters only).
- Any student who earns an “F” in any given term shall be denied any future enrollment unless one of the following criteria are met:
- Have a minimum, cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all prior HSDC coursework. Students meeting this criteria may enroll in courses the following semester:
- OR The student must sit out of HSDC or concurrent credit coursework for one term (reflecting Fall and Spring semesters only) and then repeat the failed course upon re-entry into the HSDC program. If repeating a failed course, students may also be eligible to enroll in additional HSDC courses to not exceed a total of 10 credit hours. Waivers for not repeating a failed course can be approved by the System Vice President for Academic Affairs when good cause is shown.
Learn more the South Dakota Board of Regents Dual Credit Guidelines