Adult Dual Enrollment

Want to go to college (for FREE!) while in Adult School?

This program is undocumented student friendly- citizenship not required


What is Dual Enrollment?

Attend college while working on your GED or high school diploma at your local adult school. Chaffey College courses can count toward your high school credits.

Program highlights
  • FREE College Courses with books covered
  • Start your degree requirements at Chaffey College for transfer to four-year universities
  • Dedicated Adult Education Counselors provide guidance
  • No citizenship or California residency requirement (1-year residency not needed)
  • Flexibility to choose from a variety of courses (excluding PE activities)
  • Enroll in in online in-person, or hybrid courses
  • Select from 9-week, 14-week or 18-week class schedules
  • Self-register on your assigned date, with counselor support available


adult ed partnership flyerHow to Enroll 

Step 1: Apply to Chaffey College. When completing the Chaffey College application, you will need to select "Enrolled in adult school and authorized to enroll in college at the same time" under the Education - Enrollment Status section. To receive assistance with the Chaffey College application, please submit this form, and we will reach out to you. You can also view the Dual Enrollment Application tutorial for guidance. 

Step 2: Complete the Enrollment Form - Fall 2024 Enrollment Form

If you are enrolled at Chaffey Adult School, you must meet with Mr. McDonald, Mr. Yang or Ms. Sosa before you enroll. For all other students, we do recommend you meet with your adult school counselor or career advisor before enrolling. Once your adult school approves, it will take about three days to receive your registration date in your Chaffey portal. You can register yourself or we can assist you (we recommend allowing us to guide you the first time).

Step 3: Meet with Adult Education Counselors for course suggestions and to create an education plan:

Video chat on ConexED with Maritza Alanis Video chat on ConexED with Nicole Pinon

Resources to assist you with with completing steps 1-3:

How to Navigate the Student Portal

How to View your Registration Date

How to Self-Register

Contact Admissions & Records for assistance with the Chaffey College Application

Contact the GPS Center for assistance with Self-Registration  & scheduling meetings with counselors 

Eligibility and Restrictions

To be eligible, students must adhere to the following:

  1. Be currently enrolled in an adult school high school diploma or GED program
  2. Your adult school must verify with us that you are enrolled in their program
  3. A student is allowed to enroll in up to 11 units (about 3 classes) for the Fall, Spring, and Summer terms

Welcome WebinarWelcome Webinar

Available dates: Fall 2024

Fall 2024 - Aug 22 or Aug 29 Registration Link

Webinars are from 5:30PM to 6:30PM (online). Students need only to attend one session. Some of the topics that will be discussed are: 

Important dates
Logging onto Canvas
How to obtain your textbook
Chaffey community support services
How to access your panther email

Not Eligible for Dual Enrollment ?

We can still help you attend college! The adult education counselors can guide you through our financial aid options such as the Panther Promise, PELL grants, EOPS, CalWorks, etc. Additional resources are available for undocumented students such as the California Dream Act, AB 540, or the Non-resident Fee Waiver. 

¿Q`ue es la Ley de AB 540?

What is the California Dream Act? 

¿Q`ue es la Ley Dream de California?

Are you undocumented or are one of your family members undocumented and you do not feel safe completing our application or financial aid forms? Please contact the Financial Aid Office.