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Dual Credit

Earn College Credit While Pursuing Your High School Diploma

The Blinn College Dual Credit Program enables students attending high schools in the Blinn College District service area to earn credit toward a college degree by enrolling in courses that simultaneously satisfy the requirements for both high school graduation and a college degree.

College courses offered for dual credit may be taught at a Blinn College District campus or on a high school campus by credentialed instructors, according to criteria established by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Blinn Dual Credit courses include the same content and rigor as courses taught to other college students. Dual Credit students’ permanent records will include both a high school transcript and an official college transcript.

Why Dual Credit?

Benefits

  • Earn transferable college credit hours
  • Save time earning a degree
  • Save money by graduating from college sooner
  • Attend intellectually stimulating classes
  • Have access to all Blinn facilities

Challenges

  • College courses are more demanding
  • Classes require strong self-discipline and self-direction
  • Failure in a class taken for academic dual credit may affect high school graduation
  • Grades affect high school and college GPAs
  • Conflicts in college and high school calendars may arise

Contact Us

Computer Lab
Ms. Shannon Williford
Director of Dual Credit Programs
Phone: 979-209-8218
Email: shannon.williford@tv2020llc.com

Ms. Jordan Stautzenberger
Coordinator of Dual Credit Programs
Phone: 979-209-7522
Email: jordan.stautzenberger@tv2020llc.com
Ms. Shannon Whigham
Dual Credit Advisor
Phone: 979-830-4807
Email: shannon.whigham@tv2020llc.com
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