Vermont Dual Enrollment
Vermont Dual Enrollment is a statewide program for high school juniors and seniors, allowing them access up to two college courses with tuition fully reimbursed through a voucher system approved by their high schools!
A voucher only covers the cost of tuition (up to four credits). Students will be responsible for purchasing textbooks or any other associated course material fees, including labs.
Many introductory-level courses are available through this program, including a variety of courses in Statistics, Psychology, History, and English. Courses are offered during the fall, spring, and summer semesters, online and on campus.
For more information, contact our Registrar’s Office (Registrar@smcvt.edu) or visit the Vermont Agency of Education’s Dual Enrollment website.
- Resident of Vermont
- High school junior or senior
- Students who attend a school that is publicly funded including a Vermont career technical center
- Students who attend an approved independent high school and are publicly funded by their hometowns
- Students who are assigned to a public school through the High School Completion Program
- Students who are Home Study students
- Students wishing to take a Dual Enrollment course through Saint Michael’s should follow the following steps:
- Get Approval: Students must get approval for their participation from their high school principal or designee
- Select a Class and Submit a Voucher: Students wanting to participate in dual enrollment must review Saint Michael’s course options and submit a voucher to their high school for approval
- Submit a Saint Michael’s Form: Submit a Non-Degree Student Registration form