Dual Credit - FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the benefit of Dual Credit?
Get a jump-start on your college career while still in high school.

Who’s eligible?
High school juniors and seniors in Idaho. 

What is the cost per credit?
The costs is $65 per credit for classes offered on the NIC campus in the high schools, on the Internet, via interactive video conferencing, or at outreach locations in Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry, and Kellogg. Laboratory/special supply fees are assessed for some courses.

Are scholarships available for Dual Credit students?
Dual Credit students do not qualify for federal financial aid, however NIC has several scholarships designated specifically for Dual Credit students. The North Idaho College Foundation is working with private donors to increase the total dollar amount available to Dual Credit students through scholarships. For more information, see “Scholarships” to the right, under More Info.

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