Discuss Your Options
Discuss course options with your high-school counselor.
Your counselor will tell you if you meet the criteria to enroll in dual credit courses.
Frank Phillips College determines acceptance of all students, including dual-credit students. However, the college requires permission from a high-school official for students to enroll to ensure that the high school is able to articulate the credit.
Apply for Admission
Apply for admission. Then, fill out enrollment sheet for dual credit either with your counselor or an FPC Representative.
TSI Assessment as Required
Take appropriate TSI test or check with your counselor to see if you are eligible.
(See below for eligibility requirements)
You may meet with an advisor (see Advisor table below) who can help you prepare for the TSI Assessment if you need to take it.
The cost is 10.00 per section (reading, writing, math), and you pay only for the section(s) you need to take. The cost of retesting is the same.
Dual-Credit Advisor List
|Location||Advisor||Email Address||Telephone #|
|Borger||Borger High School||Michele Stevensemail@example.com||(806) 457-4200 X 707|
|Dalhart Center||Ilene Waltonfirstname.lastname@example.org||(806) 244-7669|
|Misty Lightemail@example.com||(806) 394-9494|
|(806) 648-1450 X 608
(806) 648-1450 X 168
|All Locations||Kamron Nonhoffirstname.lastname@example.org||(806) 457-4200 X 775|
Your high school will provide appropriate transcripts and other registration related materials to the Office of Admissions and Records.
Dual-credit students will work with the high-school counselor and the FPC advisor to ensure that students are enrolled in the correct courses and sections. Depending on your location, your FPC advisor with either enroll you at your high-school campus or at an FPC campus.
Proof of Vaccination
If a student is taking classes on an FPC Campus, proof of Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination is required.
The date of the vaccination must be at least 10 days prior to the first day of classes.
Any student aged 22 or younger who is attending classes on a college campus must have a vaccination within the previous five years. Students may seek an exemption for reasons of conscience.
Evidence of Vaccination against meningitis: Meningitis Vaccination Form
Exemption from meningococcal Vaccination Requirements for Reasons of Conscience Form
Enroll for Classes
Enroll for classes with an advisor. Dual-credit students will work with the High School counselor and the FPC advisor to ensure that students are enrolled in the correct courses and sections.
Depending on your location, your FPC advisor with either enroll you at your High School campus or at an FPC campus.
Pay for Classes
Log into the Student Portal and check the billing statement under “MY LEDGER.”
Under MY LEDGER, click pay now – Do not change the amount you are paying.
IF YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR THE PAYMENT PLAN, CLICK PAYMENT PLAN!
Only use payment plan if you intend to make payments.
Pay by mail with check or money order to:
Frank Phillips College Business Office
P.O. Box 5118
Borger, Texas 79008
What is Dual Credit?
The dual credit program allows high school students the opportunity to enroll in college courses while still in high school provided they have:
- Achieved the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board testing standard on STARR EOC, PLAN, PSAT, ACT, SAT, or TSI;
- Been granted permission from the high school principal or counselor; and
- Been evaluated by the Director of Enrollment Management for admission based on demonstrated ability for the courses in which they seek enrollment.
Certain courses are approved through dual credit partnerships between the college and local independent school districts for dual high school and college credit. Dual credit students enroll in college courses while in high school and earn college credit that the high school will convert to high school credit for graduation purposes.
To be admitted, dual credit students must demonstrate college-level proficiency through a standardized test noted above and provide the Office of Educational Services with written approval of the high school principal or counselor, an official high school transcript, and state-mandated test scores or proof of exemption.
HB 505, effective immediately, states the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board may not limit: 1) The number of dual credit courses or hours in which a student may enroll while in high school; 2) The number of dual credit courses or hours in which a student may enroll each semester or academic year; or 3) The grade levels at which a high school student may be eligible to enroll in a dual credit course.
Dual credit students must adhere to all college policies and procedures set forth in the Student Handbook, including email, CAMS, rules of plagiarism, concerns and complaints, grade appeals, and disciplinary action and appeals.
Booker, Canadian, Canyon, Darrouzett, Felt, Follett, Gruver, Hereford, Higgins, Nazareth, Randall, Sanford-Fritch, Spearman, Sunray, and Stinnett.
Channing, Dalhart, Hartley, and Texline.
806-457-4200 ext. 707