Where would you go?
You can take a college-level class:
on the Kirtland Community College central campus in Roscommon, Gaylord M-TEC, Kirtland Grayling, or online.
Free college courses are here
Your high school will pay for you to take college courses while you’re still in school. A state law makes it possible. It’s called dual enrollment. All of your credits will seamlessly transfer to Kirtland, to another community college or four-year university.
Who should do it?
Students who are:
Doing well in high school
Interested in getting a jump start on college
Able to fit another class into their schedule
Which courses can you take?
English Composition I & II
Application in Statistics
Intro to American Government
American Civil War
Astronomy I (with lab)
Physical Geology (with lab)
and many more…
Earn college credits in high school
If you can, you should. Earning college credits while you’re still a high-school student makes all the sense in the world. The money your family will save can approach thousands of dollars. Plus, you’ll get some college experience — and some credits out of your way.
Why dual enroll?
Save hundreds or thousands of dollars
Have some basic college courses completed
Get a feel for the college setting