What is Joint Enrollment?
Joint Enrollment is designed for high school and adult education students who want to begin their technical college career but do not need additional Carnegie (high school credit) units. Joint Enrollment students receive technical college credit ONLY. Joint Enrollment students are allowed to take academic core and program courses for any technical certificate or diploma program in which they are eligible.
Why should I consider Joint Enrollment?
Joint Enrollment quickens the completion of a professional Diploma or Technical Certificate of Credit. This program offers more flexibilty with avaliable class choices.
Who is eligible Joint Enrollment?
What classes can I take?
Joint Enrollment students are allowed to take academic core and program courses for any technical certificate or diploma program in which they are eligible. These class ONLY count as college credit!
How much does it cost?
Joint Enrollment students pay for any tuition, fees, and books not covered by the HOPE Grant.
Currently, the HOPE Grant pays a portion of tuition; fees and books are not paid by the HOPE Grant. Any remaining tuition and fees are paid by the student. Courses taken through the Joint Enrollment program count against HOPE Scholarship or HOPE Grant hours. You can apply for the HOPE Grant at www.gacollege.411.org.
How do I get started?