Dual Enrollment with ARC
SJUSD has partnered with American River College (ARC) to offer Dual Enrollment courses. Students have the unique opportunity to take a college course and receive college units while also fulfilling high school graduation requirements. Students in Dual Enrollment courses generate an American River College transcript and a separate grade from their high school. Dual enrollment courses are offered at no cost to students. Please note that availability is based on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dual Enrollment courses this Spring 2022 (Juniors and Seniors)
HCD 310 College Success (3 units) This course covers the skills and knowledge necessary for college success, as well as personal issues commonly encountered by many college students. Topics include motivation, self-discipline, learning styles, memory development, time management, communication skills, goal setting, career planning, study skills and techniques, and critical thinking skills. CSU/UC Transferable. Awards 10 high school credits.
SOC 300 Introductory Sociology (3 units) This course examines principles and basic concepts in sociology and includes the study of institutions, culture, social organization, group interaction, social stratification, economy politics, social movements and urbanization. CSU/UC Transferable. Awards 10 high school credits.
***Enrollment is now closed for the spring semester***
To enroll in either of these courses, please do the following:
Submit your ARC application. Follow this link to view video directions: https://youtu.be/YcOQYIHwgWc
Fill out the parent permission form.
Fill out the Dual Enrollment Interest form HERE and upload the completed parent permission form (you must be logged into your San Juan account to view this google form)
**Enrollment will be first come first serve. Registration confirmation will occur by December.
Important Information About Dual Enrollment
- The course will be taught by an American River College instructor, online, asynchonously
- Textbooks will be provided by the district
- The course will be placed on your college transcript and could impact your college GPA and FAFSA GPA verification starting in your second year of college.
- ARC timelines, such as course withdrawal, must be honored and that withdrawal or failing grades that could occur will become permanent on the student’s college transcript.
Last Modified on November 4, 2021