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Early/Middle College

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The Early/Middle College Program at North Hennepin Community College allows students who are currently enrolled in a partnered Alternative Learning Center the opportunity to earn college credit towards a high school diploma and an Associate’s degree.

Partners

North Hennepin Community College is currently approved to partner with Brooklyn Center Academy, Wayzata Alternative Learning Center, Robbinsdale-Highview Alternative Learning Center and Minneapolis Alternative Schools. Interested in partnering? Contact Katie Elsbernd.

Pathways

Students are able to complete courses in the following areas: Graphic Design, Business Computer Systems and Management, American Sign Language, and Liberal Arts. There are, however, restricted courses for all PSEO students. Please review this list prior to registering.

Eligibility

To be eligible, students must currently attend one of the approved ALC partnership schools, complete a program application, and take the Accuplacer test achieving a score of 55 or higher on the reading portion. For more information, contact your high school counselor or Katie Elsbernd.

Contact Information

Katie Elsbernd
Director of Partnerships & Collaboration
763-424-0787
kelsbernd@nhcc.edu