Dual Enrollment FAQ’s

Answers to the most commonly asked Dual Enrollment questions

When does Spring 2023 pre-registration begin?

Pre-Registration for Dual Enrollment begins November 9th at 8:00 a.m. – Online (see “How do I register for classes” below for instructions)

Spring Term Dates  1/9/23 – 5/4/23

Late Registration &  Drop/Add   1/9/23 – 1/10/23

What classes are being offered?

You can view the current class schedule here.

In what format are the classes being offered?

Wallace Community College is pleased to offer a variety of options. Online, hybrid, virtual, and in-person classes will be offered each term to meet your specific preferences.

When do Spring classes begin?

Spring Classes begin Monday, January 9, 2023

When is the deadline for tuition payment?

Pre-registration payment deadline is Wednesday, January 4, 2023 by 4pm

How do I pay for my class?

  1. After logging into your OneACCS account, look for the tab labeled: Student and click to see the options available.
  2. Click on Student Landing Page Menu.
  3. Choose Make a Payment (at the bottom of the page)
  4. Select the red Make Payment option under the Student Account section.
  5. Follow prompts to compete your payment.

Steps to register online

To begin, log into your  OneACCS. Follow your OneACCS login directions (outlined on the page). If you cannot log in, contact the HelpDesk at (334) 556-2464 or email  helpdesk@wallace.edu for assistance.

  1. After logging into your OneACCS account, look for the tab labeled: Student Menu and click to see the options available.
  2. Choose: Student Landing Page
  3. Under the heading Student Records click on Registration.
  4. Click on Register for Classes.
  5. Select the appropriate Term.
  6. In the Enter Your Search Criteria area include the subject that you are registering for to find the day and time the class is offered to choose from.
  7. Identify the class that you want to register for and choose ADD in the right hand column.  The course will be added to the Summary Panel in a Pending status.  Repeat this process until you have listed all of the courses in which you wish to enroll in the Summary Panel.
  8. Press Submit in the lower right corner to save and your registration will be complete.

NOTE: Students who have holds on their accounts must settle the matter before attempting to register online.

CLICK HERE to view a helpful tutorial that walks you through the online registration process.

  1. After logging into your OneACCS account, look for the tab labeled: Student Menu and click to see the options available.
  2. Choose: Student Landing Page
  3. Under the heading Student Records click on Registration.
  4. Click on View Registration Information.
  5. Select the appropriate Term.
  6. Select the printer icon in the top right-hand corner of the schedule box (Check your pop-up blocker to allow this function) to print.
  7. If you cannot log in, contact the HelpDesk at (334) 556-2464 or email  helpdesk@wallace.edu for assistance. Please have your student number (A number) available.

  1. After logging into your OneACCS account, look for the tab labeled: Student and click to see the options available.
  2. Click on Student Landing Page Menu.
  3. Choose Make a Payment (at the bottom of the page)
  4. Select the red Make Payment option under the Student Account section.
  5. Follow prompts to compete your payment.

The ACT or  Accuplacer test is not required for an admission. However,  if a student plans to take an English or Math class a qualifying score from one or the other is required for placement.  Dually enrolled students are not permitted to take co-requisite courses in English and/or Math.

If submitting an ACT score, an official score report is NOT required.  A screenshot from a computer (not a smart phone) is acceptable, but the student’s first and last name must be shown.

For an easy tip on getting the entire name to show on the screen shot (especially helpful with longer names) check out the ACT Screenshot Tutorial.

An  18 or higher on the English portion of the ACT is required for enrollment in English 101.

Students planning to take a math course with an ACT mathematics score of 18 or higher are exempted from the Accuplacer placement test. Placement of these students will be evaluated using the following criteria:

  •  Math 100 (Intermediate College Algebra) requires an ACT math sub-score 18-21
  •  Math 110 (Finite Mathematics) or Math 112 (Pre-calculus with Algebra) requires an ACT math sub-score of at least 22
  • Math 113 (Pre-calculus with Trig) requires an ACT math sub-score 23-24
  • Math 125 Calculus I is requires an ACT math sub-score 25 or higher

*A qualifying ACT score is required to place into MTH 113 and MTH 125.  Students may not place into these classes by taking the Accuplacer.

Students should speak with their high school guidance counselor about courses that can be taken for dual enrollment credit.

New Students to the program, the student should FIRST apply online to the college.  Next, the student will complete the online dual enrollment application located on the dual enrollment webpage.  Students should use their personal email address, not their school nor parent’s email, as they will receive a series of emails once they begin this process.  Check this email regularly for updates.

Students will be required to upload a current photo ID into the dual enrollment application.  If a student does not have an ID, the counselor and/or career coach may submit a signed copy of the student’s Powerschool profile sheet and copy of the student’s birth certificate.  Emails will be sent back and forth throughout the process once the dual enrollment application process begins.  Once admissions has confirmed the student’s admittance to the college, the student will check the online schedule (when published each semester) to select classes for registration.  Students will register for classes and make payment through their OneACCS account online when registration dates open.

Note:  Students will only be permitted to register for specific approved class(es) listed on the Statement of Eligibility Form submitted during the application process.  If a change must be made to these course selections, it must be initiated with the high school counselor FIRST for the revision.

Please note that a qualifying ACT and/or Accuplacer score is required for English and Math placement.

If submitting an ACT score, an official score report is NOT required.  A screenshot from a computer (not a smart phone) is acceptable, but the student’s first and last name must be shown.

For an easy tip on getting the entire name to show on the screen shot (especially helpful with longer names) check out the ACT Screenshot Tutorial.

If a student does not have an ACT score, the student may take the Accuplacer for placement consideration.  Information about the Accuplacer can be found on our website or by contacting testing services.

Dually enrolled students must place directly into ENG101 or MTH100 or higher.  Dually enrolled students cannot place in co-requisite courses for these subject-areas.

Tuition and fees are the same as any other college class, regardless of location, and are payable on the same schedule as any Wallace Community College student. This schedule can be found on the Business Office page on the WCC website.

All dual enrollment classes adhere to the Wallace Community College semester calendar, regardless of location. The Academic Calendar can be found here. Wallace Community College follows a schedule of three terms: fall, spring, and summer semesters.

On September 13, 2018, the Alabama State Board of Education amended the Alabama Administrative Code, Rule No. 290-3-1-.02, pertaining to secondary course credit awarded for post-secondary coursework through dual enrollment. The revised rule now includes the following language:  “Semester credit hours at the post-secondary level courses specifically named as a requirement for graduation as outlined in AAC Rule 290-3-1-.02(8)(a) are determined according to guidelines established by the State Department of Education. Partial/full credit agreements shall be developed between the local board of education and participating post-secondary institutions for courses that are excluded from the SDE guidelines for assigning credit.”

The local LEA determines what is reflected on the high school transcript based off of the approved dual enrollment course list.

The courses offered are taught as any other college class with fully-credentialed Wallace Community College faculty using the same textbooks and syllabi whether taught on a high school campus or on a WCC campus.

Students should work very closely with their guidance counselors during the process of admission. Students may also contact Wallace Community College’s dual enrollment department at dualenrollment@wallace.edu or 556-2423 for more information.

If you must withdraw, the last day is December 5, 2022 for the Fall semester. (Full, Late Start, and 2nd Mini-term)

Instructions on how to withdraw can be found WITHDRAWAL INSTRUCTIONS here.  There are separate instructions for a partial withdrawal and a complete withdrawal.  Be sure to follow the correct instructions for your withdrawal type.

As per as the ACCS Procedure for Dual Enrollment for Dual Credit for High School Students, Section 2, students who receive a D or F grade or who withdraw from a course will be suspended from the program for a minimum of one term. The one term suspension may not be served during the Summer term. The student may not re-enroll until the suspension has been served. For re-entry, the student must reapply to the program and must meet the minimum (unweighted) grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.