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DCPS Dual Enrollment-Private Universities

DCPS is not yet accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Applications will open on Monday, March 3, 2022.

DCPS Dual Enrollment & College Exposure Programs (Click links for more information about the university)

University

Eligible High Schools

Participating Grade

Min GPA

American University:

School of Education

All DCPS High Schools

12th only

3.0

Catholic University

All DCPS High Schools

12th only

3.0

Georgetown

All DCPS High Schools

12th only

3.0

George Washington University

All DCPS High Schools

12th only

3.0

Howard University

All DCPS High Schools

11th & 12th

3.0

Contact: Emily Huey, College Prep Coordinator, [email protected]

American University 

School of Education: Students will be accepted as part-time, non-degree students for one academic year. AU Dual Enrollment students are expected to participate in both the fall and spring semester class. Courses are pre-determined by the School of Education and generally offered after 3 p.m. Dual credit is not offered for AU Dual Enrollment classes.
Open to: ALL DCPS Rising Seniors
Read the Fall 2020 newsletter.

Catholic University of America

Catholic Dual Enrollment Program - Students will be accepted as part-time, non-degree students for one academic year. Students will enroll in one course (3 credit hours) during the fall semester. Students who perform well are eligible to enroll in a spring semester course (3 credit hours) All courses are offered on a space available basis. Course selections must be approved by the Catholic Advising staff. Dual credit is not offered for Catholic Dual Enrollment classes
Open to: ALL DCPS Rising Seniors
Contact: D'Shaun Vance, DCPS College & Career Programs, d’[email protected], (202) 535-1636.

Georgetown University

Georgetown College Exposure Program: Students will be accepted as part-time special students for one academic year in the College of Arts and Sciences, Liberal Arts program. Students will enroll in one course (3 credit hours) during the fall semester. Students who perform well are eligible to enroll in up to two courses (6 credit hours) during the spring semester. All courses are offered on a space available basis. Dual credit is not offered for Georgetown College Exposure Program.
Open to: ALL DCPS Rising Seniors
Contact: D'Shaun Vance, DCPS College & Career Programs, d’[email protected], (202) 535-1636.

George Washington University

GW-DCPS Dual Enrollment – Students will be accepted as part-time, non-degree students for one academic year, with access to special support services from the Multicultural Student Services Center (MSSC). Students may enroll up to 6 credit hours during the academic year. Classes are offered during the summer, spring, and fall semesters. All courses are offered on a space available basis. Course selections must be approved by the MSSC staff.  Dual credit is offered for GW Dual Enrollment classes.
Open to: Anacostia, CHEC, Coolidge, Duke Ellington, Eastern, Luke C. Moore, Phelps, Washington Met, Wilson & Woodson
Contact: D'Shaun Vance, DCPS College & Career Programs, d’[email protected], (202) 535-1636.

GW Early College Program at School Without Walls - The GW Early College Program – Associate of Arts Degree (GWECP- AA) affords highly motivated and academically talented students from School Without Walls the opportunity to be considered for an associate of arts degree from The George Washington University. SWW sophomores interested in GWECP-AA and motivated to challenge themselves in a college environment are encouraged to apply.
Open to: Rising Juniors at School Without Walls
Contact: Dr. Lauren Phillips, Director of GW Early College Program [email protected]

GW Exposure Program – The Exposure program provides opportunities for qualified students within School Without Walls to take classes at GW and earn university-level academic credits.
Open to: School Without Walls students.
Contact: Helen Snelgrove, [email protected]

Howard University

Howard Dual Enrollment Program - Students will be accepted as part-time, non-degree students for one academic year.  Students will enroll in one course (3 credit hours) during the fall semester. Students who perform well are eligible to enroll in up to two courses (6 credit hours) during the spring semester. All courses are offered on a space available basis. Course selections must be approved by the Howard Advising staff. Dual credit is offered for Howard Dual Enrollment classes.
Open to: Rising seniors and juniors enrolled at Ballou, Ballou Stay, Banneker, Cardozo, Dunbar, McKinley Tech, Ron Brown, Roosevelt, & Roosevelt Stay
Contact: D'Shaun Vance, DCPS College & Career Programs, d’[email protected], (202) 535-1636.