There are different ways that students still enrolled in high school can earn college credit for Asnuntuck classes.

High School Dual Enrollment

Earn College Credit While Still in High School

You don’t have to wait until you graduate from high school to explore the broader horizons of college classes. Not only is it a chance to explore new topics, it can also give you a head start on earning college credits!

Asnuntuck Community College offers three distinct programs where students can earn college credit while still enrolled in high school.

College Career Pathways — Earn up to 13 college credits at no cost! Classes take place at your current high school, but are developed and overseen by Asnuntuck faculty.

College Connections — Developed in partnership with the region’s technology employers, you can earn high school and college credit while learning career-focused skills.

High School Partnership Program — Take classes on the Asnuntuck campus free of tuition and fees. Explore new topics and earn credits that transfer toward two- or four-year degrees.