Early College Dual Credit Programs
Earn a high school diploma and college credit while attending college courses at Chemeketa at little to no cost.
How Early College Dual Enrollment Program Works
Early College programs allow you to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Dual enrollment provides you with the unique opportunity to work toward a high school diploma and a college certificate or degree at the same time, and it's open to students from all school districts and home schools.
As long as students are enrolled in the program tuition, fees and books are free (some exceptions apply). You'll also have access to guidance and support from an early college advisor.
Getting started –
- Must be between the ages of 16-20
- Pick up an application at our office
- Take the college placement test
- Attend an Early College orientation
- Meet with an advisor
- Enroll in full-time college courses
Salem/Keizer Early College High School
Students interested in this program must be currently enrolled and complete the admission requirements determined by Salem/Keizer school district. For more information, call 503.365.4800.
Expanded Options (EOP) - SB300
The expanded options program allows you to be dually enrolled in both your current high school and at Chemeketa. Your current school district determines your eligibility and guidelines. Please contact your school district for eligibility requirements. School districts interested in participating please contact our office for enrollment and procedures at 503.399.5293.
Early College through your High School
Chemeketa Community College contracts with many surrounding school districts to provide high school students with college credit options. Please contact your high school to determine eligibility and admission requirements.
Summit Learning Charter - Early College Program
Earn your high school diploma while also earning College Credit!Every student works closely with their Early College advisor to create an an education plan that is uniquely suited for their future goals. Students can earn transferable credits to a four year university, explore trades and technical career options, work towards skill development, or get started on an associates degree.Contact information:Amy Griego - Registrar: 503.630.5001 ext 2238 email@example.comNathan Shay - Advisor: 971.344.7531 firstname.lastname@example.org