Dual Enrollment Opportunities at the CRTC

Many of the Concord Regional Technical Center programs offer a dual enrollment option. Dual enrollment is the optional opportunity for students to earn college credits while in high school. One such program is the NH Community College System’s Project Running Start. With Running Start, a relationship is formalized between one of our programs and a particular community college course. Once established, students pay $150 (financial aid is available) at the start of our course and, upon satisfactory completion, earn college credit, as well as high school credit. This course is listed on a college transcript, which students receive in addition to their “regular” high school transcript. In most cases, the college course expectations are fully integrated into the class and no additional work is expected. In addition to Project Running Start, we have additional dual enrollment relationships with other colleges that work in a similar fashion. We strongly urge every student to participate.

Colleges that accept Running Start Credits
Running Start Scholarship Form
NHTI Running Start Form
MCC Running Start
SHNU Dual Enrollment Form

All relationships are re-established on an annual basis and are not guaranteed until the start of the school year.

Request for college transcripts for completed courses go DIRECTLY to the college, not to the CRTC.  Oftentimes the college may want a copy of the syllabus to show the course content. This can be the college course syllabus OR the high school syllabus showing the college portion clearly (required as part of relationship). We urge students to save this material.

Present dual enrollment relationships include: