Steps for Dual Enrollment
Read the information below carefully before applying for MC Dual Enrollment Credit.
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) states that the educational rights transfer to a student when they are either 18 years old or attend an institution higher than High School level. This would mean Dual Enrollment for MC.
Late applications for the Spring Dual Enrollment period will be accepted through next Friday, March 24. The application must be completed through the attached PDF and returned to Ms. Jamie Kinard, Assistant Director of Alternate Programs, in room 1623 at East Brunswick High School by Friday, March 24 at 12:30 pm.
To apply, complete the Late Application PDF by clicking here. Please be sure to put your EBNet email as your email. In addition, the form must be saved as a PDF - please do not save it as a One Drive. The course codes are in the matrix below.
If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Kinard via phone at (732) 613-6935 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a complete list of courses and information regarding course sequences, please select the following link: https://www.ebnet.org/Page/13818. Please also note that HIS 260, SPE 121 and PSY 123 must be registered for during the semester of enrollment. Students in the Spring semester will have the opportunity to register for HIS 260, SPE 121 and PSY 123 in the Spring.
For French, German and Spanish, the Level VI and AP Language and culture courses are applicable for their respective 221 and 222 courses at Middlesex College. If you applied at the Level VI H level, you do not need to apply at the AP Language and Culture level.
*Students that registered for previous courses and did not submit payment will not be registered for Spring until previous balances are cleared.
*Applications submitted for sequence courses without pre-requisites will not be processed. All science and 122 language courses require a pre-requisite MC course.
*Use the matrix below and select the course for which you are currently enrolled. If you are unsure if your course is eligible, please check with your teacher or guidance counselor before registering.
*Submitting an application is a commitment to paying for your courses. Applications cannot be withdrawn and drops will not be processed after registration is complete. Tuition is non-refundable.
* All registration requests will be verified by your high school before payment instructions are sent. Please allow several weeks for processing.
Grades are updated at the end of the school year, which includes Semester 1 courses. Courses that are two sequence courses will have the final grade placed into the transcript for both courses. Grades will be updated according to the Matrix below.
Timeline for Enrollment
Enrollment for the High School Scholars program is based on the course offerings at Middlesex County College. For more information on the Scholars program, please click here.
For Dual Enrollment, the timelines are as follows. Specific dates will be posted onced confirmed with the college.
Courses that Require a Fall and Spring Registration (Two-Sequence Course)
Register for course in Fall → Register for course in Spring
Courses that Require a Fall Registration Only (One Sequence Course)
Register for course in Fall ONLY
Courses that Require a Spring Registration only (One Sequence Course)
Register for course in Spring ONLY
CONTACTS AND FAQS
If you need assistance with the process, please use the following contacts:
Ms. Jamie Kinard - Assistant Director of Alternate Programs. Email: email@example.com. Phone number: 732-613-6935.
Dual Enrollment Department of Middlesex College - firstname.lastname@example.org and MCCDE@middlesexcc.edu.
Frequently Asked Questions
- I am returning student but I don’t remember my MC ID#; what can I do?
- Returning students that have taken a dual enrollment or high school scholars course can request their MC ID number by emailing MCCDE@middlesexcc.edu from their high school email account and providing their full name, home address, and birthdate for identify verification. Note, due to FERPA this information cannot be provided over the phone or to anyone other than the student.
- My course/teacher is not on the course list above; how can I find out if it is eligible for MC dual enrollment credits?
- Prior to applying, please speak with your teacher or guidance counselor to confirm if your course is eligible for MC credits.
- I can’t login to my MC self-service account; how can I get my account reset?
- Follow the process for 'I am a returning student but don't remembe rmy MC ID #" above.
- How can I find out if my course(s) will transfer?
- Transfer is not guaranteed, but you can check to see if other institutions will accept courses by visiting www.njtransfer.org for in-state public schools and reaching out to college registrars at private and out-of-state schools to inquire.
- How can I check which courses I have already taken?
- Login to your self-service account HERE and click on Student Planning to view past courses.
- I never had a username or password.
- Please be sure that you followed all directions to claim your Net ID once registration is complete. This information can be found in your EBNet email and can take four to six weeks to arrive.
- I missed my deadline.
- Unfortunately, you will not be able to register past the deadline for any Dual Enrollment course.
- I registered but did not pay, or I did not receive a confirmation statement.
- Please contact Ms. Jamie Kinard, Assistant Director of Alternate Programs, at email@example.com.
- Will my credits transfer?
- While Middlesex College credits are transfer friendly, please confirm that your courses will transfer to the institution you are interested in. This information can be found at https://www.njtransfer.org/.
- Can I take the Fall but not the Spring?
- If you have a two sequence course, then the answer is yes. However, you cannot take a course out of sequence. For example, you cannot take English 122 if you have not taken English 121.
- It is not ideal to take only one part of a course. Many colleges look for both sequences of a course.
- Does it cost extra to register for the lab course?
- No, lab courses do not cost extra through the Dual Enrollment program.
- I dropped a course at East Brunswick High School, and the new course is not eligible for Dual Enrollment. Can I request a refund?
- No. Courses are non-refundable. However, you can complete the drop form as indicated above.
- I am taking an AP course. Can I also get credit for this?
- Yes, but colleges will accept one or the other. Please work with your school counselor to determine which pathway is best for you.
- I am taking a two sequence course. What grade shows up on the transcript?
- The final grade in the High School course is used for both sequences. For example, if the student earns an 89 in College Writing Honors, they would receive an 89 for English 121 and English 122.
- I accidentally registered with a different email. Will that impact my application?
- Incomplete or incorrect forms will be returned. Please be sure all information is correct prior to applying.
- I am returning student but I don’t remember my MC ID#; what can I do?
Transcript and Syllabus Requests
Important Information Regarding Transcript Requests for the 2021-2022 School Year
Students can request transcripts from Middlesex College after July 15th, 2021. Students should first check their unofficial transcript on the self-service portal to ensure that grades are updated before requesting an official copy. Official copies can be requested through the following website: https://www.middlesexcc.edu/registrar/transcripts/
Students can access of course overviews directly from the On Course website, located here: https://app.oncoursesystems.com/curriculum/10201/11802999. If your college requests an official syllabus from Middlesex College, please contact the Dual Enrollment Department at K12partnerships@middlesexcc.edu.
A syllabus can also be requested directly from the department chairperson of Middlesex College. Please see the following website for contact information: https://www.middlesexcc.edu/academics/academic-departments/.