Earn College Credit While in High School

每年, nearly two thousand high school students earn college credits in over a hundred courses through Hawkeye 社区 College. You may be eligible to join them! Starting college in high school is a great way to:

  • Explore your career interests.
  • Experience college-level courses.
  • Earn credits toward your degree.
  • 节省时间和金钱.

Hawkeye 社区 College offers 并发靠谱买球app推荐, 职业院校, and 双录取 for current high school students to earn college credits.


Concurrent enrollment courses can be taken at your school, at a Hawkeye location, or online. Tuition is paid by your school district.


职业院校 are career-focused courses available at your school or at a Hawkeye. Tuition is paid by your school district.


双录取 courses are available at a Hawkeye location or online. Tuition and fees are paid by the student.


准备好了解更多? Visit your school counselor to discuss courses that fit your needs and goals.

Registering for 类

When it’s time to sign up for classes, you’ll register at a concurrent enrollment and orientation and registration session at your high school or with a High School Partnerships team member, depending on your choices.

登记 deadlines:

  • May 15 for fall semester courses (includes Trimester 1 and 2 and Quarters 1 and 2).
  • November 30 for spring semester courses (includes Trimester 3 and Quarters 3 and 4).

Academic Standards and Your Future 金融援助 Eligibility

When you enroll in Hawkeye classes, you are subject to the same 学术标准 as all students at the college even though you are still in high school.

Your grades could affect your future financial aid eligibility especially if you fail, 停止上课, or withdraw after the deadline.

Satisfactory Academic Progress is required for all students to maintain eligibility for a wide range of financial aid options including Pell Grants, 工作研究, 爱荷华州国民警卫队, 还有更多.

If you are concerned about your future financial aid eligibility, contact your High School Partnerships representative and we'll help you understand Hawkeye's policies and your current status.


High School Partnerships