Many HS students are in our system under the Career Advantage program, taking classes via dual enrollment with the high school. However, DMACC does not offer dual-enrollment classes in the summer. To take classes outside of Career Advantage, HS students need to submit a new student application for admission.

Click the following link to apply online: 

Here are a few application tips...
  1. Create a log-in for the online application (this is not the same as the log in – for myDMACC and/or Blackboard used during dual-enrolled courses).  
  2. Select non-degree seeking and the Liberal Arts program.
  3. If your student will be a freshman or sophomore in HS, they are also required to meet with a DMACC academic advisor. The DMACC Career Advantage Advisor, can satisfy this requirement. After the meeting, the advisor must email to confirm. 
  4. After the student receives confirmation of acceptance to DMACC, please submit this HS permission form. After it is processed by DMACC Admissions, the student can register for class(es).