SVCC Dual Enrollment Program - College Policies

All public four-year colleges and universities in Virginia, and most senior institutions around the United States, have agreed to accept Dual Enrollment credits in general education.   Personnel at many Virginia Community College System colleges have contacted a number of specific colleges and universities to determine their policies.  This information is outlined in the table below. It is subject to change as the 4-year institutions alter policies.  Please visit individual college web sites for the most up-to-date information.

College/University

Y/N

Transferability Status of Dual Enrollment Credits

Alice Lloyd College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

American University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Appalachian State University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Auburn University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Bentley University

N

Will not accept transfer credit if course(s) taken were used to complete the requirements for a high school diploma

Berea College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits.  Students are encouraged to work with an admissions counselor at Berea in choosing classes.

Bluefield College
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

Boston College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Boston University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Bridgewater

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Campbell University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Centre College

N

College credit earned at another college or university prior to a student's graduation from high school normally will not be considered for acceptance.

Christopher Newport University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Coastal Carolina University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

College of William & Mary

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits, check web page for specifics

Colorado State University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Cumberland College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Duke University

N

Will not accept if also getting high school credit for the class(s)

ETSU

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Eastern Kentucky University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Elon

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Emory & Henry

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Fashion Inst of Tech, NY

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Ferrum

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Florida State University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Furman University

Y

Criteria for evaluating dual enrollment classes:  must be taken on college campus with general college population & must be above level of min. requirements for high school graduation

George Washington University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Georgetown

N

Will not accept if used to complete requirements for high school graduation

Georgia Tech

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Hampden-Sydney College
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

James Madison University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Kentucky Christian College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

King College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Lancaster Bible College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Lee University
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

Liberty University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Lincoln Memorial University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Longwood Univerity
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

Mars Hill College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

MIT

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits; however.  transcripts are evaluated by schools or departments.  Decision to award credit will be based upon course descriptions, textbooks used, etc.

Mercer

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Midway College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Milligan

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Montreat College

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

New York University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits; student must have a "B" or higher

Norfolk State University
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

North Carolina State University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Old Dominion University
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

Penn State

Y

Accepts equivalent courses.  Not all majors would accept precalculus, but could be used to meet general education requirements.

Portland State

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Radford University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Rice University

N

Will not accept if used to complete requirement for high school graduation.  Mth 163 & 164 not accepted; below level of math taught at Rice.

Roanoke College
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits
Saint Paul's College
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

Shenandoah University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Syracuse University

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits; however, transcripts are evaluated by schools or departments.  Students are advised to contact major department for approval.

Texas A & M

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Tulane University

Y

Depends on the Department.  For example, psychology department does not accept community college credits.  Tulane does not teach precalculus so Mth 163 & 164 would not transfer.  Applicants should seek preapproval from depts.

University of CA @ LA (UCLA)

N

Will not accept

University of Colorado

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of Florida

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of Georgia

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of Hawaii

N

Does not accept dual enrollment credits

University of Kentucky

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of New Orleans

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of North Carolina

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of Oregon

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of Richmond
N
Will not accept transfer credit if course(s) taken were used to complete the requirements for a high school diploma

University of South Carolina

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of Tennessee

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

University of Texas

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits.  Talked to UT @ Austin as well as UT @ Dallas.

University of Virginia

Y

Accepts but has to take a class which meets university's writing requirement

University of Virginia's
College at Wise

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Vanderbilt

N

Does not accept

Virginia Commonwealth University

Y

If no associate degree, receives elective credit for Eng 112.  Will have to take Eng 200 at VCU

Virginia State University
Y
Accepts dual enrollment credits

Virginia Tech

Y

Accepts dual enrollment credits

Wake Forest

Y

Courses are evaluated on case-by-case basis by depts; 90% of time classes will transfer