You’re accepted. Now what?
Below you’ll find a checklist of information that will guide you through the enrollment process, and we’re here for you if you have any questions.
Accepted Dual Enrolled Checklist
Activate your account and check your KMail
Your acceptance letter will arrive by postal mail! The letter contains important information including your student account activation information, ID number and registration details. Please begin checking your KMail (Kirtland email account) often!
Do you have placement in order that will enable you to register for classes?
Kirtland wants to make sure we are able to match you with the course that is the best fit. In order to do that, we will need information from you. If we do not have one of the following, you may not be able to register for the courses you want/need.
1) SAT or ACT scores. (taken within the last five years)
2) Transcripts from other colleges that show credit for English and Math
3) ACCUPLACER test scores from Kirtland or other colleges
4) Official high school transcript or GED transcript
If you have not done so already, please request to have one or more of these items sent to Kirtland. Electronic copies can be sent to email@example.com or mailed copies can be sent to:
Kirtland Community College
4800 W 4 Mile Rd
Grayling, MI 49738
Dual Enrollment/Concurrent Enrollment Form
Meet with your high school counselor to get your dual/concurrent enrollment form filled out. The form MUST be signed by you, your parent/legal guardian (if you’re under the age of 18), and your high school counselor or principal. This form must be turned in to your high school counselor. This form must be signed by your high school counselor or principal even if the high school is not paying for the course.
Register for classes
Please visit our academic calendar and registration dates page for registration dates. Once your dual/concurrent enrollment form is completed to its entirety (step #4) and submitted, your pre-college coordinator will register you for classes.
Introduction to Canvas
After you have been registered in a class, you’ll need to complete the required Introduction to Canvas course. An invitation to take this mandatory online course will be sent to your KMail account once you are registered for your first class(es). You will be given a deadline to complete the course and it will take about 3 hours.
Go to class and get involved
Be sure to check myKirtland to view your schedule and verify the times and locations of your classes.
The Kirtland Community College Library is a great place to study and find resources to help with your studies.
Visit Tutoring to see the resources that are available to you.