Overview of USI s College Achievement Program (CAP) for Prospective Instructors and School Administrators

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1 Overview of USI s College Achievement Program (CAP) for Prospective Instructors and School Administrators What is CAP? CAP is a concurrent credit program available to high school juniors & seniors, taught by approved high school faculty whose curriculum content satisfies the needs of the high school and USI s expectations of 100 or 200 level courses. Dual Credit vs. Concurrent Credit Quality Tuition Dual Credit: A variety of opportunities which award both high school and college credit for the same course. The course might be taught at the high school by a professor on loan, on the college campus, or online. Concurrent Credit: Dual enrollment courses taught at the high school during the regular school day by high school teachers who meet adjunct faculty criteria of the sponsoring university. Both high school and college credit can be earned for the same course. USI s College Achievement Program (CAP) is accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). NACEP is the national forum for concurrent enrollment partnerships and serves as an accrediting body. CAP meets or exceeds expectations in the following NACEP standards: curriculum, faculty, students, assessment, and program evaluation. Beginning fall 2011, public institutions may not charge more than $25/credit hour for Dual Credit Priority Liberal Arts (DCPLA) Courses. However, not all CAP courses are DCPLA courses billed at $25/credit hour; some remain $80/credit hour. On the back of the student application, shading identifies the DCPLA courses. Refer to the next page for course tuition details. Tuition Comparison How Much Does it Cost to Enroll in a CAP Course? $80 or $25/credit hour vs. $193.07/credit hour for the same course, if attending a course on campus. CAP tuition is waived for students eligible for free/reduced lunch on the National School Lunch Program. 1

2 Due to the changes made by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, French/German/Latin/Spanish 204 will no longer be a free course; students will be billed $25 per credit hour for both 203 and 204, for a total cost of $75 per course. USI College Achievement Program (CAP) Course; $25/credit hour Comparable Dual Credit Priority Liberal Arts Courses (Indiana Core Transfer Library Course Titles) American Government Political Science (POLS) 102 History (HIST) 101 American History 1 History (HIST) 102 American History 2 Chemistry (CHEM) 261 (1 st of 2 course sequence) Chemistry 1 & 2 w/ lab, General (2 course sequence) English (ENG) 101 English Composition 1 English (ENG) 105 Literature, Appreciation of Health Professions (HP) 115 Medical Terminology (Career Pathways Course) Mathematics (MATH) 111 Algebra, College Mathematics (MATH) 112 Trigonometric Functions Psychology (PSY) 201 Psychology, Introduction to French (FREN) 203 & 204 French Level 3; French Level 4 German (GERM) 203 & 204 German Level 3; German Level 4 Latin (LATN) 203 & 204 Course not part of IN Core Transfer Library Radio/TV (RTV) 150 & 151 Courses not part of IN Core Transfer Library (Career Pathways Courses) Spanish (SPAN) 203 & 204 Spanish Level 3; Spanish Level 4 For details on the Indiana Core Transfer Library, see page five. USI College Achievement Program (CAP) Course; $80/credit hour. NOT Dual Credit Priority Liberal Arts Courses Biology (BIOL) 105 Biology (BIOL) 251 Chemistry (CHEM) 107 Chemistry (CHEM) 141 Computer Information Systems (CIS) 151 Communication Studies (CMST) 101 Communication Studies (CMST) 107 Economics (ECON) 175 English (ENG) 103 Geology (GEOL) 161 Geography (GEOG) 112 Health Professions (HP) 211 History (HIST) 130 History (HIST) 140 Journalism (JRN) 180 Management (MNGT) 141 Music (MUS) 202 Physical Education (PED) 281 Physical Education (PED) 282 Physics (PHYS) 101 Sociology (SOC) 121 Social Work (SOCW) 224 Spanish (SPAN) 205 Theatre (THTR) 101 Comparable Indiana Core Transfer Library Course Titles, if applicable Human Biology Chemistry, Survey of Microcomputers, Introduction to Public Speaking, Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication Economics, Introduction to Earth Science Business, Introduction to Music Appreciation First Aid Physical Science, Survey of Sociology, Introduction to Theatre Appreciation 2

3 Who Can Enroll in CAP? Highly motivated juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 (based on a 4.0 scale). Other criteria apply to Math 111/112, English 101, and foreign languages see page six. CAP enrollment is optional. CAP-enrolled students receive college and high school credit; other students receive only high school credit. Application to the College Achievement Program is not an application for regular admission to the University of Southern Indiana. Do CAP Students Use Special Materials? If the high school text is college level, it may be approved as the CAP course text; in some cases students must have access to the text used on campus, but often classroom sets of texts are provided. CAP students may be required to take a final exam not required of non-cap students. If the student can exempt the high school final, the USI final will count only toward the USI grade. Teacher Application Process High school teachers should hold a Master's Degree, preferably with concentration in the subject area, and have three years teaching experience in the subject area, ideally with one year teaching an advanced course. Additionally, subject area coursework grades should reflect a better than average preparation to teach the course. Any other special credential or certification, as required by the department for adjunct faculty teaching the same course, is also required for the CAP instructor. The department chair reserves the right to waive any one of these requirements for a period of not more than one year in order to allow the CAP instructor to complete or attain the needed requirement. Interested teachers should complete and submit a USI Faculty Application and CAP Teacher Application along with a course syllabus. Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts should be requested and sent directly to the CAP office from the institution. The Department Chairs review the application materials, and the faculty liaison schedules a classroom observation visit to determine if adjunct qualifications are met. USI Department Chairs or faculty liaisons approve or deny the instructor and the course based on instructor s qualifications and content of the course, which should meet or exceed the rigor of the course as taught on campus. Instructors receive an approval or denial letter. 3

4 Preparation for New CAP Instructors Prior to offering a CAP course, newly approved instructors must meet with CAP staff for administrative orientation and with the liaison for discipline-specific training in course curriculum, assessment, criteria, pedagogy, and course philosophy. For time spent organizing paperwork involved with offering a CAP course, a stipend is paid either to the instructor or to the school s department, as determined by the school s administration. The stipend is based upon the number of paying students enrolled in the CAP course. A paperwork stipend contract with the respective rates is given the instructor at the start of the term he/she will be offering CAP credit. Ongoing Professional Development Approved instructors are asked to attend annual discipline professional development workshops with their respective course liaisons. Participating instructors are paid $20/hour or $125/day. Mileage will be reimbursed if the instructor s permanent home address (or departure destination) is 30 miles or more away from campus (or the location of the workshop, if held offcampus). The traveler must odometer readings to the CAP office in order to be compensated mileage. Student Application Process A qualified student completes the required application form and submits it to the high school instructor. A school representative reviews the application, signs and includes an official high school transcript. Applications and transcripts are mailed in a packet to USI Outreach & Engagement, usually by the instructor, building coordinator or counselor. Tuition bills are mailed directly to students homes. The welcome letter contains a PIN to allow a student to access grades and in MyUSI and to use the online Rice Library databases. Students should keep this letter for future reference. CAP staff process the applications and send welcome letters to instructors to distribute to students. After enrollment is complete, welcome letters are given to the students by their CAP instructors. The letter verifies enrollment and explains how to log into MyUSI, use , Rice Library databases, view final grades, and request a transcript when the course ends to start the transfer process. 4

5 CAP Credit Transferability Students who successfully complete coursework and pay the CAP tuition maintain a USI transcript that can be sent to any college at the written request of the student. Students who attend USI will have the credits ready for when they arrive on campus. Course acceptance is the receiving institution s decision. If USI credit is accepted, credit obtained through CAP should also be honored. Students should contact the Registrar s Office of the institution they plan to attend to determine transferability prior to enrolling in CAP. More information is available on the CAP web site: TransferIN.net The purpose of Transfer Indiana is to inform students and parents of the statewide transfer credit agreements for courses most frequently taken by undergraduate students. Over 80 courses are currently incorporated in the Core Transfer Library (CTL) and many CAP courses are part of the CTL, as indicated by the *on the course description. Course descriptions are located on the back of the CAP application and in the USI Bulletin (available online). Access Transfer Indiana at: How Concurrent Credit Differs from AP Actual college credit is earned and transcripted upon successful completion. Content is faculty-driven, not test-driven. Success is based on a variety of assessments. There is interaction between the high school and higher education faculty and staff. Institution of higher education provides ongoing professional development for high school faculty. A more diverse curriculum is possible. Following the college syllabus better prepares students for the actual college classroom. Using the college level textbook fosters academic reading on a higher level. 5

6 Student Qualifications Students enrolling in CAP should have a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 (based on a 4.0 scale). Additional criteria are in place for the courses below: ENG 101 (students must meet 2 of the 3) Rank at or above the 51 st percentile in the high school class (For example, multiply the number of students in the class by.51 [100 x.51 = 51] and subtract the resulting number from the number of students in the class [100-51=49]. SAT or PSAT (juniors) Critical Reading score of 450 or greater (ACT Reading score of 19 or greater) SAT or PSAT (juniors) Writing score of 450 or greater (ACT English score of 19 or greater) If a student does not meet 2 of the 3 above, a writing prompt may be submitted for evaluation by USI's English department. Math Prior to the CAP application deadline, students enrolled in pre-calculus or trigonometry who also wish to enroll for credit in USI s Math 111 or Math 112 must take the Internet-based Accuplacer test. A USI representative proctors the Accuplacer test in the school. Students must attain a specific minimum score on the Accuplacer test in order to enroll for college credit and may take the Accuplacer only one time prior to CAP enrollment. World Language Students with an A or B average in the first three years of foreign language may enroll for dual credit in USI s 203 at the start of the fall term of their fourth year. If GPA in the language falls below 3.0, students may attempt to place into this course by taking an online placement exam. Students who choose to earn CAP credit must enroll in 203 in the fall and 204 in the spring; late enrollments will not be permitted. Enrollment in 204 must be preceded by completion of 203. For more information about CAP, visit the CAP web page call USI Outreach & Engagement (812/ ), or a member of the CAP team. Jaclyn Dumond: Dana Drury: Erin Hollinger: 6

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