Moraine Valley Community College and participating high schools enter into annual dual credit agreements for selected courses at free or reduced costs.

Transfer courses (i.e. COM-101, HIS-201, etc.) require a non-refundable fee.

Career and technical education courses (i.e. AUT-112, LAN-111, etc.) may be free or offered at a reduced cost to dual credit students.

Students who receive an “A” or “B” in the course will receive college credit on a Moraine Valley transcript once they have completed the online registration during the online registration period and have paid the applicable fee. Students whose grade is below a “B” will not receive college credit. No record of the course will be on the student’s Moraine Valley transcript.

Transcript Requests

Whether you attend Moraine Valley after your high school graduation, your Moraine Valley transcript reflects your dual credit courses and can be sent to any institution you attend. You can request an official transcript. If you want to look into where your credits will be accepted, contact Academic Advising to review transfer guides to four-year institutions or visit transfer.org.

View Your Credits

It’s easy to view the dual credit you have earned. Go to the MVConnect student portal. Use the Username Lookup to find your username. Your password will be your 8-digit birth date (MMDDYYYY). Once you have signed onto the campus portal, look under Academic Profile for your transcript.

Enrollment Steps

  1. Contact your high school counselor for student eligibility and dual credit course offerings.
  2. Complete Placement testing or submit appropriate ACT scores (if applicable)
  3. (Check to see if the dual credit course you wish to take has a prerequisite. For a list of these requirements go to the “Course Prerequisite” Tab on the left side of the screen. *Placement and submission of ACT scores must be submitted before registration can occur.)
  4. The online dual credit application must be completed during registration period. (Contact your high school counselor or instructor for dates/deadlines)
  5. Once the dual credit online application has been received and processed, you will receive a welcome letter in the mail that indicates, Student Identification number and a Moraine Valley student email address.  Activate your Moraine Valley student email account and frequently check it to remain up to date on communication related to Moraine Valley. Check out the FAQ section for instructions on how to setup your email account.
  6. Pay for your dual credit course fees (if applicable) either online, in-person or by phone by the appropriate deadline.

Privacy and Payment

What is FERPA and how does it affect me?
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), as amended (also referred to as the Buckley Amendment), is a federal law regarding the privacy of student educational records and the access provided to these records. Any educational institution that receives funds under any program administered by the U.S. Secretary of Education is bound by FERPA requirements. Upon enrollment as a Moraine Valley Dual Credit and/or Dual Enrollment student, Moraine Valley will only communicate with the student regarding their educational records and billing information unless indicated on the Daul Credit online application.

How do I pay for Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment courses?

Pay Online:

  • Login to MVConnect.
  • Enter user name and password.
  • Navigate to the Pay on My Account page. (Self-Service Menu>Student Account Information>Pay on My Account)

Pay In-Person:

  • Student account balances paid in person can be made at the Cashier’s Office located on the 1st floor of Building S, Room S105. Checks should be made payable to Moraine Valley and include the student’s ID number.

Am I eligible for financial aid?
No. Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment students do not qualify for financial aid.

What are other ways in which I can earn college credit while still in high school?
The Advanced Placement (AP) program and the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) both allow students to gain college credit in various subject areas by successfully completing comprehensive examinations in those subjects.

Contact your high school counselor for more information.

AP Exam TitleMVCC Course Equivalent(s)Required ScoreCredit Hours
Art HistoryART-11033
BiologyBIO-111 and BIO-11238
Calculus ABMTH-15035
Calculus BCMTH-15025
Calculus BCMTH-150 and MTH-151310
ChemistryCHM-13134
ChemistryCHM-131 and CHM-13244
Computer Science AMIS-10533
Computer Science ACSC-1404 or 53
English Language and CompositionCOM-101 and COM-10236
Environmental ScienceNAT-11144
European HistoryHIS-10233
French Language and CultureFRE-101 and FRE-10238
German Language and CultureGER-10144
German Language and CultureGER-101 and GER-10258
Government and Politics: ComparativePSC-21533
Government and Politics: U. S.PSC-11033
MacroeconomicsECO-10133
MicroeconomicsECO-10233
Music TheoryMUS-10333
Physics BPHY-15034
Physics BPHY-150 and PHY-15148
Physics C-MechanicsPHY-20344
Physics C-Electricity & MagnetismPHY-20444
PsychologyPSY-10133
Spanish LanguageSPA-101 and SPA-10238
Spanish Literature and CultureSPA-101 and SPA-10238
StatisticsMTH-13934
U.S. HistoryHIS-201 and HIS-20236