Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit for High School Students
Career Tech Dual Enrollment Scholarship
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Tuition and fees at Wallace State are significantly
less than those at four year colleges.
Earn credit for both high school graduation and your
college degree with the same amount of coursework!
Get a jump start on your college career while easing
the transition from high school to college.
Dual Enrollment Students:
The Career Tech Dual Enrollment Scholarship is offered for several programs in the Academic, Technical, and Health Divisions. This scholarship is available during fall, spring, and summer semesters and will pay full tuition and fees for up to 6 credit hours of college coursework.
Many schools will allow students to check in/out of school to come to Wallace to take classes through this scholarship program. Students should speak to their high school counselors for more information.
CTDE Scholarship Application
To be eligible, students must:
- Have completed the 10th grade
- Have a 2.5 high school GPA
- Have written approval of the principal and local superintendent of education
- Meet WSCC entrance requirements
- Complete placement exams
Students interested in applying for this scholarship need to apply for admission to WSCC by completing the online admissions application. Students should also complete the Career Tech Dual Enrollment Scholarship application below and submit to his/her high school counselor before the listed deadline. The high school counselor will attach transcripts and any other required documentation and submit to WSCC. If selected for the scholarship, students will be required to attend a mandatory orientation session before being en-rolled in classes.
Programs covered under this scholarship are listed below and are subject to change:
Academic and Technical Programs:
Automotive Service Technology
Collision Repair/Auto Body
Heating & Air Conditioning
Machine Tool Technology / CNC
Health Programs: (students may only begin these programs in fall semesters)
Emergency Medical Services (17 on ACT required and students should be within 1 year of turning 18)
Medical Assistant (17 on ACT required)
Medical Coding Certificate (COMPASS Reading score of 80 required)
Medical Lab Technician
Pharmacy Technician (students must turn 18 during first semester)
Career Tech Dual Enrollment Tax Credit:
For tax years commencing Jan. 1, 2015, and thereafter, the Alabama Future Workforce Initiative (Act 2014-147) allows a taxpayer who files a state income tax return (and is not a dependent of another taxpayer) to claim a tax credit for donating to the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education in support of the Career-Technical Dual Enrollment Program. The donor may be eligible to receive up to 50 percent of the total donation back in the form of a tax credit!
Dual Enrollment Tax Credit Brochure