Dual Degree Program

How would you like to receive your high school diploma and a college associate’s degree at once?

A new collaboration between Woodstock District 200 and McHenry County College now offers just that.

Beginning Summer 2020, D200 students will have an opportunity to take advantage of this dual degree program, providing a faster and more cost-effective approach to their higher education.

District 200 Application
Information

Visit www.woodstockschools.org


Call D200 counseling at:

District 200 and MCC Dual Degree Program Benefits

  • Cost-friendly
  • Rigorous, but very manageable
  • Provides a cohort of students who can support and collaborate
  • Participating students can still be involved in all high school activities, including fine arts, athletics, and other electives
  • Allows participants to enjoy the high school experience while getting comfortable with college course work at the same time

Program Cost Estimate

Credit Hours: 60 (Estimated 20 MCC, 40 D200)

Cost Breakdown per Institution and Individual:
⅓ of credit cost per student (20 credit hours) to Woodstock Community Unit District 200 $ 887.25
⅓ of credit cost (20 credit hours) per student to MCC $ 887.25
⅓ of credit cost (20 credit hours) per student, $393 fees, approximately $600 in textbooks $1,838.00

Comparable costs to attain an Associate of Arts degree after high school at MCC is $6,988 including the costs for tuition and fees.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Dual Degree Program

Interested in other dual-credit opportunities with MCC? See www.mchenry.edu/dualcredit

Contact Us

For more information, visit www.woodstockschools.org/dualdegree or contact D200 school counseling at Woodstock High School (815) 206-2252 or Woodstock North High School (815) 334-2124.

With special thanks to Jesus Sanchez, Woodstock North High School graduate, class of 2018, for designing the dual degree logo.