Dual Credit

North Idaho College's dual credit program provides the opportunity for high school students to earn college credits at reduced rates while still satisfying high school graduation requirements.

Important Facts

  • Student’s must be Idaho residents in order to participate in the dual credit program
  • Students must be at least 16 years of age and/or have completed one-half of their high school graduation requirements. A GPA of 3.0 is recommended.
  • Advanced Opportunities funding does not cover lab fees, activity fees, book costs, or any class fees associated with a particular class
  • Advanced Opportunities does not pay for any repeat classes
  • students attending NIC the summer after high school graduation are no longer considered to be a dual credit high school student
  • dual credit seniors in high school who plan to continue at NIC after high school graduation¬†must complete a dual freshman application to change status. A Consent for Release of Student Information needs to be signed by the student in order to communicate with a parent/guardian.

Important Dates

September 2018

3    Labor Day - NIC campus closed
4    Fall semester begins for dual credit classes
4 - 9    Fall semester course add/drops
10 - 18    Fall semester course drops continue
17    Attendance rosters for fall semester course sections due by 10 a.m.
18    Last day to receive 100% refund for fall
Dual Credit students now eligible for SWRC membership

Save Money on Tuition!

Advanced Opportunities funding allows for students to individualize their high school learning plan and get a jump start on their future. This program provides every student attending an Idaho public school an allocation of $4,125.00 to use towards Advanced Opportunities in grades 7-12. These options include dual credit, technical dual credit, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate programs. Get the details.
Please note: Registering at the high school for an NIC class being taught in the high school only puts you on the high school roster. You must apply to be in an NIC class whether it is being taught in the high school, on campus, or online.