• HACC CHS Application Procedures/Information

     

    • If you have never taken a HACC CHS course, you must first apply online at http://www.hacc.edu (“APPLY NOW” at the top of your screen. You must choose “HS Student” after you have completed your profile in order to proceed).

     

     

    • If you have already taken a HACC CHS course, you just need to complete the “Dual Enrollment Registration” form and submit it to the Counseling Center.

     

    • Your online HACC application (if applicable), Signature (pdf) page (if applicable), and Dual Enrollment Registration (pdf) page (all HACC CHS students) must be submitted.   The Counseling Center will forward your transcript directly to HACC.

     

    • Copies of the “Dual Enrollment Registration” and “Signature” forms are available in the Counseling Center

     

    • Placement testing is required for any student taking ENGL 101, CIS 105, BIOL 121 and MGMT 201.  Walk-in testing hours @ HACC are Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm and Friday 9am-10:30 am (the last test begins at 10:30 am). 

     

    • ***A SAT score of 480 or higher Critical Reading or 590 Math exempts you from placement testing in that subject area.

     

    • Sara Maines will have office hours here at GAHS. Below are her hours. She will be located in the Counseling Center.
      • Thursday, December 5th, 2019 8-10 am

     You are welcome to contact Sara at any time if you have specific questions. Her contact information is below:

    Sara Maines, HACC Admissions Counselor

    slmaines@hacc.edu

    717-339-3514

     

    • If you qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch, you may be eligible to receive a $225 credit per term. To receive the credit you must complete the EITC (pdf) form and submit it to the Counseling Center.  EITC funds are distributed on a first come first serve basis.

     

    Course Subject/Codes

                           ENGL 101*English Comp I (3 credits)(reading & writing testing)                                

    BIOL 121* – Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits) (reading testing, must complete high school biology and chemistry

                     ENGL 102 - English Comp II (3 credits) (complete English 101)

                      (Reading and math testing, college-level reading and intermediate algebra math testing through Math 010)

               CIS 105* – Intro to Software for Business (3 credits)/CIS 108 – Intro to Powerpoint (1 credit)

    (reading & writing testing, place at the college level)

     HLTH 101 – Healthful Living (3 credits)             

    MGMT201*- Principles of Management (online) (reading testing)

    *requires placement testing