|Important Note to Parents and Students
GBC complies with the Family Education and Privacy Act (FERPA). Parents
will not have access to student grades, financial records, etc. High school students
enrolled in dual credit courses are treated like any other college student. The
student, and not the parent, must sign the appropriate approval forms, resolve concerns
with course instructors, access his or her own grades, etc. All fees are due before
classes begin. It is the student's responsibility to check for transferability of
GBC courses to other educational institutions.
Each county school district in Nevada has its own policy regarding
dual credit courses. As GBC learns each school district's policy, it will be posted below:
- Elko County Dual Credit Courses (PDF File*)
- Eureka County Dual Credit Courses: The school district accepts all GBC English and math courses for dual credit. (Contact your high school counselor before enrolling.)
- White Pine County Dual Credit Courses (PDF File*)
- In Lander, Nye, and Humboldt Counties, ask your high school principal or counselor about dual enrollment.
Students and parents are advised to read the benefits and things to consider about dual enrollment before enrolling.
The steps for initially applying as a Dual Credit student are listed opposite. In addition,
a High School Permission form is required for each semester in which a student wants to
earn dual credit.
For more information, contact your high school counselor or the the GBC Director of
Continuing Education at 775.753.2231.
|Other Options for High School Students
Please see the High School Page
for additional options
available to students now in high school.
One-time Dual Credit Student Application
The following steps are required only upon initial enrollment:
- Discuss your intentions with your high school counselor or principal.
- Many courses (including English, Math, and Social Science) require that you take the Great Basin College Accuplacer test* or provide us with your ACT or SAT scores. Your test score
determines your placement into GBC classes.
- Submit a GBC Application for Admission online.
- Submit a Special Admission
Form for High School Students (PDF file*), signed by student and parent/guardian.
- Complete the
Release of Student Grades to High School (PDF file*), signed by student so that the GBC
grades can be released to the high school.
*To arrange for the Accuplacer test, which is free, phone the GBC Admissions Office at 775.753.2102 or the nearest GBC Center.
Form to be Filed Each Semester
The following form is required each semester a student enrolls in
courses for dual high school and college credit: High
School Permission form (PDF file*). This form lists desired courses and
must be signed by the student, the high school counselor, and the high school principal.
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