High school sophomores, juniors and seniors can get a head start on college education by taking Dodge City Community College courses during the day, at their high school, with their high school classmates.
These courses are only available to students attending a high school that has been approved for concurrent enrollment partnership (CEP) at Dodge City Community College.
Download the Dual-Concurrent Handbook here.
For more information, view the CEP Student Guide.
Kansas high school students are not charged tuition, incidental, technology, or lab fees for any Excel in CTE course in which they are enrolled. Please refer to the list of Excel in CTE eligible courses found at https://dc3.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/2020-Excel-In-CTE-Course-List.pdfNote: Student is responsible for paying any book costs and program/course special fees.
*A Tuition Grant-in-Aid is awarded for high school students residing in Ford County who are enrolled in six or more credit hours (EDUKAN Online classes excluded). The student will initially be billed the full amount of tuition costs upon enrollment. The Tuition Grant-in-Aid is processed in accordance with financial aid disbursement timelines. Financial aid disbursements are made based on the enrollment at the end of the last day of the first full week of the semester. Processing time following enrollment certification is approximately three weeks. Students should typically expect to see the Tuition Grant-in-Aid award credited to their account within 5-6 weeks of semester start. Not applicable during the summer term.
Dodge City Community College is dedicate to assisting high school students who are ready to begin their college career. Pathways provide a jump start to your college education.