Dual Enrollment Admissions Process
To be a dual enrollment student at SKC, you must meet the following requirements:
- Be enrolled in a high school that has a current dual enrollment agreement with Salish Kootenai College. Home-schooled students may enroll through the school district in which they reside.
- Be at least 16 years of age or a high school junior with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
- Meet prerequisites for the course including placement tests or proficiency scores for math and writing
- Have successfully completed the required high school classes at your grade level (e.g. junior classes) and be on track for high school graduation
- Meet same admission requirements as on-campus students, except for completion of a high school diploma or GED
- Have approval signatures of a parent or guardian, high school official, and designated college official
Steps to Dual Enrollment
Dual Enrollment Students must follow the below steps in order to successfully enter the Dual Enrollment program at Salish Kootenai College
All incoming SKC students need to take the SKC Placement Assessments for Math and English. Contact the Department of Academic Success in order to complete the assessment.
Department of Academic Success
1 (406) 275-4896
We need a copy of your current high school transcript sent to the SKC Registrar:
PO Box 70
Pablo, MT 59855
The Registration Form must be completed and sent to the Registrar. This form must be signed by a high school official (counselor, principal, etc.) And, if you are under 18, your parent or guardian must also sign the Registration Form.
A copy of your tribal enrollment if you are an American Indian.
The SKC IT Services Department will assist you in getting your Digital Accounts set up for your time here at SKC.
Please allow up to 3 days for your digital accounts to be set up.
The Digital Accounts used at Salish Kootenai College are:
- Schoology Learning Management System (LMS) is a cloud-based software that allows your instructors to provide you course materials, give quizzes and tests, you can turn in assignments via Schoology as well. It is a means for you to collaborate with your classmates, schoolmates, college. It is visually similar to Facebook and also allows you storage similar to Google Drive, or Dropbox. You will get access to Schoology once you receive SKC Student Email access. Schoology has an app in the Android and Apple stores. Your login will be the same as your Student Email Login.
Gmail or "Google Domain":
Along with your mail account, you will also receive access to Google's “GSuite” which includes: google drive, google docs, sheets and slides, contacts, google calendar, and more. While you are at SKC you are free to use these productivity tools.
These can take the place of many of the functions of Microsoft Office Suite.
- Once you have been accepted to Salish Kootenai College and received your student ID number you can have an SKC Student Email account created. Contact the help desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 406-275-HELP(4357).
Your student email can be reached at mail.skc.edu.
Google Drive allows you to store files created in other G Suite Apps as well as those created outside of the G Suite.
Stay on time and on track using Google Calendar. Create one-time or repeating events (like classes) and never miss an appointment.
A word processing app similar to Word, Google Docs makes it easy for you to take notes, create outlines or write an entire term paper.
Whether you want to or not you will eventually need to use the power of spreadsheets and Google Sheets has you covered.
Sooner or later during your college career, you will be called upon to create a presentation. Similar to Powerpoint, Google Slides lets you create a presentation to remember.
ECampus (aka JICS)
JICS or eCampus is a service provided to Salish Kootenai College students, faculty, and staff to access their information from any device with Internet capabilities. The information a person has access to is based on their role here at SKC – for example, all current students will have access to the “Student Resources” tab to view:
- Grade Reports
- Student Schedules
- Course Histories
- Unofficial Transcripts
- JICS can also be used to register for courses.
JICS contains your highly confidential information. Do not share your login information with anyone.
Students are responsible for acquiring textbooks for their classes. SKC uses an online book ordering system –
students may rent or purchase books. Book ordering information is available on the SKC Bookstore website bookstore.skc.edu.