RMC Connections – Dual Enrollment

Explore College during High School

Are you a high school junior or senior that could use a challenge? Could you handle the academic demands of a college-level course?

If so, then we urge you to consider taking courses at Rocky Mountain College while finishing high school.

Benefits of taking college courses now at Rocky Mountain College:

  • Get a head start on college
  • Learn in small, personal classes
  • Complete core requirements
  • Earn credits toward a college degree
  • Complete your college degree earlier – saving money in the long run
  • Meet other motivated students with common interests
  • Accumulate college credits at reduced tuition

What you can do:

  • A high school junior or senior can take up to six semester hours of 100- and 200-level courses each semester, including summer classes.

What credits cost:

  • The cost for a high school student enrolled is $148 per credit. For example, if you are enrolled in a 3 credit class the total would be $444 (3 x $148).

Below is breakdown of the student fees for an attending student

DescriptionCost per semester
Academic Lab Fee$95.00
Campus Technology Fee$105.00
ASRMC Student Government Fee (Only for 5 or more credits)$90.00
ASRMC Student Publication Fee (Only for 5 or more credits)$15.00

How to apply:

  • Fill out the application
  • Send a copy of your current high school transcript
  • Send a letter from your high school principal or counselor affirming that you would be a good candidate for college-level work.
  • Documents can be emailed to admissions@rocky.edu or colemans@rocky.edu or mailed to:
    • Office of Admissions
      Rocky Mountain College
      1511 Poly Drive
      Billings, MT 59102

For more information

Contact Sean Coleman at 406.657.1092 or colemans@rocky.edu with your questions. He is happy to help you get a jump-start on your college education.


Prescott Hall,
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