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Corsicana Campus 903.875.7527
Waxahachie Campus 972.923.6424
Midlothian Campus 972.775.7243
Mexia Campus 254.562.6524
Email: dual.credit@navarrocollege.edu
INFORMATION FOR NEW & PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

Before you register for a Dual Credit course, here are a few things to consider:

1. MEET WITH YOUR HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR

See what’s offered at your high school by discussing opportunities & verifying eligibility with your High School Counselor.

 

  Download Dual Credit Checklist Sheet

Find out which undergraduate degrees, pre-professional, and certificates by the 5 endorsement areas are offered at Navarro College.

2. APPLY TO NC

Complete the NC Application for Admission electronically or handwritten.

 

Please Note: The email address provided in this application will be used to communicate important information, such as enrollment status and billing.  Please supply an email address that is checked regularly.

Online via ApplyTexas

We encourage students to apply online at ApplyTexas since it speeds up your admission process dramatically (Oh, and it helps us to continue our goal of going green by cutting down on paper). Be sure to include the date you applied online on the Dual Credit Check List Sheet.

 

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  Download ApplyTexas Instructions

Paper Application

Fill out the Application for Admission completely and it is signed and dated by the student.   Attach the completed application with the Dual Credit Check List Sheet.

 

  Download Navarro College Application for Admission.

3. SUBMIT REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

Submit all required documents to your High School Counselor or the Navarro College Dual Credit Coordinator.

Navarro College Application for Admission (Required)

Completed Application for Admission. For online applications, you will need to provide the ApplyTexas ID number.

Completed & signed Permit to Register form (Required)

Use the Permit to Register form to ensure you have met all requirements for the dual enrollment courses you want to take. The form must be completely filled out and signed by the student and High School Official.

 

  Download Permit to Register form

Completed & signed Parent Permission form (Required)

The parent or legal guardian must read and sign the “Dual Credit Parent Permission Form” prior to student enrollment.  Please attach the completed & signed form to the Dual Credit Check List Sheet.

 

  Download Dual Credit Parent Permission Form

Current High School Transcript (Required)

Request a copy of your most recent High School transcript* and attach it to the Dual Credit Check List Sheet.

 

*Check with your high school counselor to see if they will be sending your transcript with the Dual Credit paperwork.

Test Score Information (Required)

See Step #4 Fulfill Testing Requirements (TSI Assessment)

4. FULFILL TESTING REQUIREMENTS (TSI ASSESSMENT)

College Placement Exam

Did you take the College Placement exam?  Be sure to include the date the exam was taken on the Dual Credit Check List Sheet.

I’m Waived / Exempt from College Placement Testing

Do you plan to submit other scores that will waive or exempt you from college placement testing? To find out if you are waived or exempt, please read the “Information about Testing/Eligibility Requirements” tab or download a copy of the Testing Requirements sheet.  If you are not waived or exempt, you must schedule and complete the College Placement Exam (TSI Assessment). All TSI Assessment Exams should be completed two weeks prior to the first day of the semester.

 

Contact the Navarro College Testing Center for an appointment:

 

Corsicana Campus: 903.875.7457

Mexia Campus: 254.562.3848

Midlothian Campus: 972.775.7208

Waxahachie Campus: 972.92.6429

I’m taking a Workforce Education Dual Credit course

If you are taking a Workforce Dual Credit course, you are not required to take placement testing. However, it’s a good idea to contact your High School Counselor or the Navarro College Dual Credit Coordinator to be sure you’ve met all requirements.

 

 

  Download  Information about Testing Requirements

INFORMATION ABOUT TESTING/ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Eligibility Requirements

As part of the Student Success Initiative, Texas state law requires that students be tested in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics prior to enrolling in college courses. Listed below are acceptable dual credit admissions tests for Dual Credit Students set by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (Texas Administrative Code Rule 4.85):

TEST SCORE EXPLANATION / REQUIREMENTS
STARR
End-of-Course (EOC)
An English II EOC score of 4000 or higher shall waive for both the reading and writing sections of the TSI Assessment. An Algebra I EOC score of 4000 or higher and a passing grade in Algebra II shall waive for the mathematics section of the TSI Assessment.
PSAT/NMSQTA combined score of 1070 on the PSAT/NMSQT with a minimum of 500 on the Writing & Reading and/or Mathematics test shall waive the TSI Assessment relevant to the courses to be attempted.

For tests taken March 5, 2016 or later - minimum score of 530 on the Math section and a minimum score of 480 on the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW). (No combined score required.)
ACT-ASPIREA scale score of 435 in English shall waive for both the Reading and Writing sections of the TSI Assessment. A scale score of 431 in Math shall waive for the Math section of the TSI Assessment.
TSI AssessmentCollege Readiness scores for each area of the TSI Assessment:

Writing

  • A placement score of at least 340, and an essay score of at least a 4; or

  • A placement score of less than 340, and an ABE Diagnostic level of at least 4, and an essay score of at least 5

Reading 351
Math 350
ACTA composite score of 23 with a minimum of 19 on the English test shall be exempt for both the Reading and Writing sections of the TSI Assessment, and/or 19 on the Mathematics test shall be exempt for the Mathematics section of the TSI Assessment.
SATA combined Critical Reading (formerly "verbal") and Mathematics score of 1070 with a minimum of 500 on the Critical Reading test shall be exempt for both reading and writing sections of the TSI Assessment, and/or 500 on the Mathematics test shall be exempt for the Mathematics section of the TSI Assessment.

After March 5, 2016: a minimum score of 480 on the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) test shall be exempt for both Reading and Writing sections of the TSI Assessment; a minimum score of 530 on the Mathematics test shall be exempt for the Mathematics section of the TSI Assessment. There is no combined score.

STARR
End-of-Course (EOC)
An English III EOC score of 4000 or higher shall be exempt for both the Reading and Writing sections of the TSI Assessment. An Algebra II EOC score of 4000 or higher shall exempt for the Mathematics section of the TSI Assessment.

Students that have not met the acceptable Dual Credit tests (listed above) must take a College Placement Exam (TSI Assessment). Students who are exempt from one part of the placement test will be required to take the TSI Assessment in the other areas prior to enrolling for related college courses.

Career & Technical Dual Credit (Workforce Education)

(Texas Administrative Code Rule 4.85):

A high school student is eligible to enroll in Workforce Education Dual Credit courses contained in a Level 1 Certificate program, or a program leading to a credential of less than a Level 1 Certificate, at a public junior college or public technical institute and shall not be required to provide any additional demonstration of college readiness. Students enrolling in Workforce Education Dual Credit courses contained in a Level 2 Certificate or Applied Associate Degree program will be required to meet testing requirements outlined above; relevant to the courses to be attempted.

TSI Assessment Information

Navarro College administers the TSI Assessment test. Check with each campus Testing Center to find out testing availability. The TSI Assessment costs $35.00. If the students wish to retest, the TSI Assessment can be taken again upon availability of space; however, the student must pay each time he or she takes the test. Students should take the placement test at least one week prior to enrollment to ensure that results are available for registration. Students must place into college-level coursework relevant to the courses to be attempted.

5. SUBMIT EVIDENCE OF BACTERIAL MENINGITIS VACCINATION

High School Classroom or Online Instruction

If you are taking dual credit classes at your High School or online, you do not need to provide proof of Bacterial Meningitis vaccination.

Navarro College Campus

If you plan to take a class on the Navarro College campus, you must submit proof of Bacterial Meningitis vaccination before you can enroll in class. Proof must be submitted at least 10 days PRIOR to the first day of the semester.

6. REGISTRATION

Once your admissions application and appropriate documents have been received by Navarro College, you will be registered for your selected dual credit courses. In most cases, your High School Counselor submits all registration documents on the student’s behalf.

 

Concurrent or Home School students will need to submit documents to the Dual Credit Coordinator.

7. LOG ONTO STUDENT ACCOUNT

Check your personal email account that you submitted with the Application for Admission for directions to set up your accounts, including instructions for logging onto your student account on WebAdvisor.  Students will be able to view their billing account and class schedule on WebAdvisor at webadvisor.navarrocollege.edu.

 

Need help logging in for the first time? Visit the OneStop Service Desk for instructions to login or email: servicedesk@navarrocollege.edu.

8. PAYMENT AND TEXTBOOKS

Pay for your courses by the published deadline. Ways to make a make payment:

Online

Pay online through Navarro College’s e-Cashier. Visit: e-cashier.navarrocollege.edu.

By Phone

Corsicana Campus: 903.875.7326

 

Mexia Campus: 254.562.3848

 

Midlothian Campus: 972.775.7200

 

Waxahachie Campus: 972.937.7612

Visit a Campus Location Near You

Navarro College Dual Credit students can pay for their courses at the Cashier’s Office on any NC campus.