Discuss OTC Dual Credit and class options with your high school counselor. If you have already spoken with your counselor and your high school offers dual credit classes, please move on to Step 2.
Homeschool and private school students can participate in online classes through OTC Dual Credit. Proceed to Step 2.
Fill out the free OTC application online.
If you applied within the last year, or participated in an OTC class within the last year, skip this step.
Note: The application does not register you for classes.
Guided self-placement is an alternative to timed placement tests like the ACT. Review the Self-Placement Guidelines to determine which English and math classes are the best fit for you. It is important that you make an informed and wise choice about your placement.
Only courses listed in online dual credit and/or approved courses taught at the public high school are available for discounted dual credit tuition. Use the class code provided within the online dual credit list and/or provided by the high school to complete the registration form. Please type information within the Dual Credit Registration Form, before you print for signatures. Return completed forms to your high school counselor or email completed forms to email@example.com. For classes taught on a campus, or online classes not listed in online dual credit, explore the Early Start program.
Fall 2017 deadlines for completed applications and registration form submissions:
- Online classes – August 16
- Seated classes – September 13
After you are registered for classes, make payment arrangements before the payment deadline.
Fall 2017 payment dates:
- Billing Posted: October 4
- Payment Deadline: November 13
- Option 1 – Quikpay: Pay your tuition in full by making an immediate payment from your bank account or credit card.
- Option 2 – My Payment Plan: Set-up a payment plan for monthly deductions from your bank account or credit card. The payment plan includes an additional $35 enrollment fee.
Note: Dual Credit students are not eligible for Financial Aid. Payment arrangements must be made each semester. If you are dropped from your class(es), you will not receive credit for your course which may affect your high school graduation.