Dual Credit and College Choice Programs
Treasure Valley Community College provides opportunities for area high school students to earn TVCC credits while still in high school. Classes are taught on the high school campus by qualified high school instructors.
Treasure Valley Community College offers local high school students the opportunity to enroll in one college course each quarter - without the expense of tuition
Advisors in the Student Services Center can help students with class selections. Students can make an appointment with one of the advisors or drop in at the Student Services Center during regular business hours.
Students meeting the criteria for the program can register, on a space available basis, one week before each quarter.
Who Qualifies for the Program?
Students need to meet the following requirements to be eligible for College Choice:
- Have at least Junior credit standing
- Have High School cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better
College Choice Checklist
- Treasure Valley Community College Application for Admission
- COLLEGE CHOICE Concurrent Enrollment Approval Form. Submit each quarter student attends TVCC.
- Transcripts. Submit official high school transcripts with Enrollment Approval Form each quarter.
- COMPASS Placement Test
- Registration Form. Each quarter, students meet with an advisor for class selection and advisor signature.
- Submit all materials to the Student Services Center.
The COL-CRED (College Credit) program at Treasure Valley Community College is a collaborative educational venture in partnership with area high schools. It is a unique opportunity for high achieving students in Oregon and Idaho to earn college credits while still enrolled in high school.
COL-CRED classes are usually those that meet general education requirements for Oregon and Idaho universities. They are introductory in nature and meet the basic core requirements offered during the college freshman year.
The program benefits:
It provides an additional avenue for academic acceleration to students intending to continue their education at the collegiate level.
It provides a cost effective beginning of a student's college education.
It provides an avenue for collaboration and integration of curriculum and academic expectations between the secondary and post-secondary instructors and institutions.
* Not all classes are offered at all locations
ART 131, 132, 133
WR 121, 122, 123
CHEM 121, 122, 123
BIOL 101, 102, 103
Physics: GSCI 104
PSYC 201, 202
HIST 201, 202, 203
Health and Fitness
Health and Fitness for Life:
How to Enroll
- Apply for Admission (No Admission Fee).
- Take placement test.
*No fee for first placement test, $10.00 fee for a re-test.
*Some courses require placement scores as pre-requisites
- Fill out registration form.
- Meet with instructor for class selection and advisor signature.
*Done every quarter
Oregon Tuition: $40/Credit
Non-Oregon Tuition: $45/Credit
For more information:
Phone: (541) 881-5806