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Dual Credit News

Bridging Student Success from High School to College

The Dual Credit Programs at South Texas College provides the opportunity for eligible high school students, in a participating school district, to enroll in college courses while still attending high school. South Texas College’s Dual Credit Programs currently collaborates with 23 school districts and 70 high school partners across Hidalgo and Starr Counties. Over the past 20 years, the Dual Credit Programs has served over 115,000 students, tuition-free, saving families over $278 million dollars in tuition and fees.

South Texas College’s Dual Credit Programs was honored to receive the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) accreditation. By receiving the NACEP accreditation, it signifies that the Dual Credit Programs has met the highest standards in addressing the quality of dual credit.

The Latest in Dual Credit

May
01,
2020
| 03:40 PM America/Chicago
South Texas College becomes first college in Texas to earn prestigious NACEP accreditation for its dual credit programs. STC will be officially recognized at NACEP’s National Conference in St. Louis,
February
26,
2020
| 11:45 PM America/Chicago
STC's Dual Credit Cybersecurity Program provides students with the opportunity to pursue a Certificate in Cybersecurity.
January
27,
2020
| 11:07 PM America/Chicago
STC's Board of Trustees celebrated partnerships at the college's 6th annual Board Appreciation Breakfast Jan. 24.

Dual Credit Student Spotlight

February
11,
2020
| 04:21 PM America/Chicago
 “It feels amazing to say that I will be graduating college before high school and I'm really grateful for this opportunity."
January
27,
2020
| 03:58 PM America/Chicago
Mario Rivera knows he wants to be a part of the business world. As a high school student in South Texas College’s Dual Enrollment Business Administration Academy (DEBAA) he’s already taking steps and
September
05,
2019
| 08:14 PM America/Chicago
Destiny Closner was named valedictorian at Sharyland Advanced Academic Academy last summer, and then graduated from South Texas College with an associate degree in Biology in