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Dual Enrollment Special Admissions Overview

The term "special admissions" applies to students who are currently enrolled in grades K-12. These students may enroll in IVC courses on a space available basis. As required by state law, K-12 students will receive a later priority registration time to not displace regularly admitted students.

IVC offers three types of Dual Enrollment Programs:

General Dual Enrollment

K-12 students may enroll in any IVC course except Kinesiology-Physical Education on a space available basis.

Career College Access Pathway (CCAP) (Fall & Spring Semesters only)

The College and Career Access Pathway is a special part-time dual enrollment program designed for students in grades 7 - 12 to enroll in specific designated community college level course(s) taught by Irvine Valley College and offered in agreement with specific secondary schools.

IUSD Summer Program

IUSD students at Creekside, Irvine, Northwood, Portola, San Joaquin, University and Woodbridge high schools who will be in grades 9 through 12 during the 2022-23 school year, will be given the exclusive first-come, first-served opportunity to enroll in up to 11 units of any of the CSU- and UC-transferable general education classes listed on the IUSD Summer Program Course Information page.


We strongly recommend you meet with your school counselor to discuss which program will be the right fit for you.

  • Education Code places strict enrollment restrictions. Students may enroll for a maximum of 11 units and limits enrollment in physical education courses. Consequently, IVC currently prohibits enrollment in physical education activity courses.
  • IVC assumes no responsibility for the supervision of minor students outside of the classroom setting. Parents are responsible for ensuring that their children are appropriately supervised before class, after class, and if or when a class is canceled or dismissed early.
  • Attendance is required, but not monitored as it is in secondary school systems. IVC will not call a parent or guardian if a student is absent, nor will we verify attendance. Students are expected to meet all deadlines, classes must be dropped within the deadlines, grade options etc. It is the student's responsibility to know these deadlines. Deadlines are indicated in the class schedule.