Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment for Dual Credit permits eligible high school students to enroll in college courses concurrently with high school classes, either at one of the college campuses or at the student's high school, earning college and high school credit simultaneously. College courses count toward high school graduation credits, and the courses remain as a part of the student's regular transcript. LBWCC's Dual Enrollment Flier provides an overview of eligible programs, scholarship funding, student records and privacy rights, and other important information. Additional policy details and forms can be found in the LBWCC Dual Enrollment Handbook

LBWCC Dual Enrollment Handbook

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

  • Cost Savings: Tuition and fee costs at LBWCC are significantly lower than those at four-year colleges.
  • Simultaneous Credit: Earn academic credit for both high school graduation and a college degree.
  • Educational Edge: Get a jump start on your college career while eas­ing the transition from high school to college.

Eligibility and Continuation

Students must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be a rising high school sophomore, junior, or senior.
  • Have a minimum unweighted GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. (Students in Automotive Mechanics, Building Construction, Cosmetology, Diesel Technology, Forestry, and Welding must have a minimum unweighted GPA of 2.0 or higher.)
  • Have written approval from their high school. 
  • Have the social maturity and academic readiness for college-level coursework. 
  • Maintain a "C" or better in all attempted courses at LBWCC. Students who fail to meet this minimum grade requirement or who withdraw from a course will be suspended from the program for a minimum of one term.

Application Process

Students interested in Dual Enrollment should complete the following steps:

  1. Complete the LBWCC Application for Admission.
  2. Submit the Dual Enrollment - Interest and Eligibility form, signed by the student and counselor.
  3. Submit a high school transcript documenting grade level and required GPA. 
  4. Take the placement assessment for English or math, or provide ACT scores exempting them from placement.


When a student graduates from high school, college credits earned at LBWCC through the Dual Enrollment Program are trans­ferable to other public colleges and universities in Alabama through Alabama Transfers. Students planning to attend private or out-of-state colleges and universities should check with those admissions offices to determine their poli­cies relative to dual enrollment and dual credit. Additional information can be found on the Transfer Assistance webpage. 


Students in the Dual Enrollment Program have access to the same support services as traditional students, including counseling, learning resources, technology assistance, tutoring, and the bookstore. Students can access these services by visiting the LBWCC Website, by calling the applicable department, or by setting up an in-person appointment at their high school or one of our campus locations. (See the Employee Directory for contact information.) ​


For additional information, please contact the dual enrollment liaison for your area:

  • Students in Covington County, Coffee County, or Geneva County should contact Denise Sauls at or 334-493-5328.
  • Students in Butler County, Crenshaw County, or other areas should contact Jeanni Sanders at or 334-881-2244.

For technical assistance with Canvas, myLBWCC, or Saints Email, please contact Mary Ann Hudson through the LBWCC Online Help Desk in Canvas or by text at 334-595-9045.