Dual Enrollment Academy
Looking to earn college credit while still in high school? Consider WCTC’s Dual Enrollment Academy. This program involves spending the majority of your school day, both fall and spring semesters, at WCTC. You are required to provide your own safety equipment (e.g. shoes or goggles), school supplies and transportation to and from campus. After successfully completing the program, you’ll earn a WCTC certificate or diploma along with high school credits. The Dual Enrollment Academy gives you a head start in these in-demand fields:
Automation Systems, Building Construction Trades, Firefighter/EMT, Hospitality Specialist, IT Systems Specialist, Preschool Credential, Tool and Die/CNC, Welding/Fabrication. This program is open to Seniors in good Academic Standing with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
If interested you must RSVP for and attend a Information Night at WCTC:
February 13: Information Night register here, Richard T. Anderson Center, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
February 21: Information Night register here, Richard T. Anderson Center, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
March 8: Deadline to submit the Dual Enrollment Academy Application linked here.
There will be a Dual Enrollment Academy informational session for interested student at MHS on Thursday, January 10th, at 12:40pm in Student Services. If students are interested in attending this informational session they must come to Student Services prior to January 10th and sign-up for the session with Mrs. Andrews.
Early College Credit Program
Early College Credit Program (ECCP) allows a student in grades 9-12 to apply to enroll in a UW System institution or a participating private/nonprofit institution of higher education (IHE), to take one or more courses up to 18 credits, for which the student may earn high school credit and post-secondary credit. Students must meet certain criteria. The website with FAQs and more information can be viewed here. For more information on the ECCP at it relates to the UW System, please click here. For more information on the ECCP at it relates to WAICU (Private Colleges & Universities), please click here. The deadline for submitting completed ECCP applications for Fall 2019 is March 1, 2019.
Start College Now
Start College Now allows a student in grades 11-12 to apply to enroll in a Wisconsin Technical College, to take one or more courses up to 18 credits, for which the student may earn high school credit and post-secondary credit. Students must meet certain criteria. For more information on Start College Now, please click here. For information about Start College Now and Waukesha County Technical College please click here. The deadline for submitting completed Start College Now applications for Fall 2019 is March 1, 2019. Students cannot be enrolled in both ECCP and Start College Now at the same time.
Muskego High School will be partnering with Career Coach Chris Mancheski from WCTC. Chris will be providing one-on-one student meetings and classroom presentations at MHS throughout the 2018-19 school year. Chris will help students who are interested in attending WCTC with the application and enrollment process. Chris will refer students to partnering post-secondary institutions, military and/or apprenticeships if a student’s area of interest is specifically not offered at WCTC. If you’d like your junior or senior to meet with Chris, please contact your student’s counselor and a time will be scheduled. We’re happy to welcome Chris here to assist our students with college and career planning.