Fast Track for Industry (FTI) - Cullman County Students

Dual Enrollment
Fast Track
Fine and Performing Arts Academy
Fast Track for Industry
How Do I Apply?
Career Tech Scholarship
Career Ready Academy
Future Financial Aid
STARS/Transfer Information
Dual Enrollment Manual
Dual Enrollment Brochure
Benefits of Dual Enrollment
Cost Savings:
Tuition and fees at Wallace State are significantly
less than those at four year colleges.

Simultaneous Credit:
Earn credit for both high school graduation and your
college degree with the same amount of coursework!

Educational Advantage:
Get a jump start on your college career while easing
the transition from high school to college.

Dual Enrollment Students:
  • Are more likely to enroll in college right out of high
  • Earn higher first year GPAs
  • Are more likely to continue on to the second year
    of college—making them more likely to finish!

Download the Fast Track for Industry Information

Application Process:
Fast Track for Industry is a joint partnership between Wallace State Community College and Cullman County Schools. FTI is an accelerated dual enrollment program for Cullman County 11th and 12th graders who are interested in pursuing degrees in certain career fields and obtaining express entry into high demand, skilled positions in the workforce. Students participating in Fast Track for Industry will take all of their classes on the campus of Wallace State and be taught by both Cullman County instructors and Wallace State instructors.

Students interested in applying for Fast Track for Industry need to apply for admission to WSCC by completing the online admissions application. Students should also complete the Wallace State Fast Track for Industry Application below and submit to his/her high school counselor by the deadline listed on the application. The high school counselor will then complete the recommendation portion of the application and submit to the Wallace State Fast Track office. Students will be notified of program acceptance in April.

Fast Track for Industry students are eligible for full tuition scholarships through the career technical dual enrollment program. Please see link above “Career Tech Scholarships” for scholarship criteria.


For more information regarding dual enrollment, please contact:

or call 256.352.8241