Talk to the high school counselor to inquire if your student's high school has a dual credit agreement with Lone Star College.
Discuss classes required for your student's high school graduation plan for dual credit and obtain the counselor's approval before completing the college admission application.
Inquire about eligibility rules for University Interscholastic League (UIL) competition and dual credit participation and ask about dual credit application deadlines.
Learn about approved college placement tests
Check with the high school counselor regarding college placement tests and score requirements.
Get copies of college placement score reports of examinations the student has already completed.
ACT, SAT, Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSIA2), may be presented for dual credit eligibility.
Students only pay for tuition and textbooks.
Initial TSIA2 (college readiness assessment) test fee is waived for dual credit students
Submit the Lone Star College online application
Complete the admissions application at LoneStar.edu/admissions-application.
Submit placement test scores or complete pre-assessment activity (PAA) and take approved assessment test as recommended by high school counselor or dual credit advisor for the courses you are attempting to take for dual credit.