Welcome to the Wallace Community College Dual Enrollment Program! We are delighted you have chosen our program to get a jump-start on your college education. Please proceed with the application process as listed below. If you have any questions or concerns at any time throughout this process, please contact our office at 556-2423 or dualenrollment@wallace.edu.

Students are encouraged to contact their high school counselor to discuss and begin the process.  If taking ENG101 or MTH100 or higher, your high school transcript must include your current ACT scores for these subjects.  If not, the student should make arrangements to take the Accuplacer placement exam (click to register) PRIOR to beginning this process.

Steps for New Dual Enrollment Students

Step 1:

Student completes the online application to the College (Click “Apply Now” on WCC Website or www.wallace.edu/apply)

Step 2:

Student starts the Dual Enrollment Application for New Students

  • Student must create an account for this form. Use your official name (not nicknames) when creating your account.
    • Use your personal email, not your school nor parent’s email, as you will receive a series of emails once you begin this process.
  • Check your email regularly for updates.
  • Must submit Current Photo ID

Step 4:

Register for your Classes

  • If your school requires you to register at a specific site: work with your counselor on publicized date/times.
  • If at WCC site: register online through myWCC account online when registration dates open.
    • Check your personal email address for login information from admissions@wallace.edu.
      • This will include your A# (student number) and WCC email address and default password instructions.
    • Students will only be permitted to register for the 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 a revision.

Steps for Returning Dual Enrollment Students

Note: These students must have been a student at Wallace within the last year (can’t have skipped more than two consecutive semesters).

Step 1:

  • Student starts the Dual Enrollment Application for Returning Students
    • Complete the form with their GovNET account
      • All notifications will be routed to your Wallace Email account
    • OR Create Dynamic Forms account and complete the form
      • Student must create an account for this form. Use your official name (not nicknames) when creating your account.
        • Use your personal email, not your school nor parent’s email, as you will receive a series of emails once you begin this process.
      • All notifications will be routed to the email account you used when creating your account.
  • Check your email regularly for updates.

Step 3:

Register for your Classes

  • If your school requires you to register at a specific site: work with your counselor on publicized date/times.
  • If at WCC site: register online through myWCC account online when registration dates open.
    • Check your personal email address for login information from admissions@wallace.edu.
      • This will include your A# (student number) and WCC email address and default password instructions.
    • Students will only be permitted to register for the 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 a revision.

Please note that the Academic and Career Technical Education (CTE) GPA are both a 2.5 minimum.

If any items are missing from the process, your admissions to the College will be delayed.  The Statement of Eligibility Form requires the high school principal and school counselor’s signature; the counselor can help complete this form. The high school counselor will denote the course(es) that a student is eligible to take at Wallace College/Sparks while dual enrolled.  A copy of the current high school transcript will be included with the application for processing.   The counselor will then give the completed application to the Wallace Community College dual enrollment coordinator to process the application and get the student ready for registration.