SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM GUIDELINES

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM GUIDELINES 2015-2016"

Transcription

1 SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM GUIDELINES Prepared by: The Shawnee High School College Credit Plus Committee The Shawnee High School Guidance Department The Shawnee High School Administration Shawnee High School Guidance Department Shawnee High School 1675 East Possum Road Springfield, Ohio Phone (937) Ext. 117 or 118

2 COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM Information, Guidelines, and Procedures What is the College Credit Plus program? College Credit Plus is an opportunity for qualified high school students to take college classes before graduation. The Ohio State Legislature modified the laws regarding the former post-secondary options program to encompass a variety of ways to offer college coursework to eligible high school students. Starting in the Fall of 2015, eligible students can receive high school and college credit concurrently free of charge, whether it is at the high school, on a college campus, or offered online. Shawnee High School is committed to providing the state s program to eligible students. For the program to be successful and beneficial, schools, parents, and students must work together to identify students who are intellectually and emotionally capable of succeeding in a university environment. Who is eligible for the College Credit Plus Program? A. Students must be full time high school students for the year in which participation is sought. In addition, the students must meet the eligibility requirements of the college of choice and be accepted by the college. B. Students must be in 7th through 12th grade. C. Students must file a letter of intent with their high school counselor by April 1st each year. D. Students must meet the admission criteria set by each individual institution. E. A student who has been expelled by the Board of Education is ineligible to enroll during the period of expulsion. In accordance with Board policy, the Board shall deny high school credit for post secondary courses and any portion of which are taken during the period of a student s expulsion. If the student has elected to receive credit for course(s) toward fulfilling graduation requirements as well as postsecondary credit, that election is automatically revoked for all college courses in which the student enrolled during the college term in which the expulsion is imposed. What does College Credit Plus Cover? A. College Credit Plus students will have costs paid by the school district, which includes tuition, books, lab fees, and other fees. B. College Credit Plus does not include optional fees like parking, gym membership, transportation, etc. What are the Benefits of the College Credit Plus Program? A. Free college credit B. Opportunity to enroll in classes not available at high school C. Exposure to college faculty/college expectations D. College credit may transfer easily (especially between public institutions within Ohio) E. Expanded curriculum offerings What are the guidelines for enrollment under College Credit Plus? A. By April 1st of each year, a student and his/her parent must complete and submit the Intent to Participate form (available on the high school website or from the guidance office). The form is filed with the high school administration which signifies the student s intent to participate in the program for the following school year. Failure to meet the April 1st deadline may exclude the student from the program for that school year unless a written waiver is granted by the Superintendent. Participation may be withdrawn by the student or parent at any time upon written notification to the high school administration. Depending on the time of withdrawal, the student and parent may be responsible for college costs incurred through the program.

3 B. During the month of March each year, the high school guidance and administration will host an informational meeting to discuss the benefits and risks of the College Credit Plus program. The meeting will also provide an outline of the steps to take in applying for specific colleges or universities in the area and what their criteria for admission and acceptance will be. C. Expulsion Notice to Colleges - When a student is expelled, the Superintendent/building principal will send a written notice to any college in which the expelled student is enrolled under College Credit Plus at the time the expulsion is imposed. This notice must indicate the date the expulsion is scheduled to expire and that the Board has adopted a policy under O.R.C to deny high school credit for college courses taken during an expulsion. If the expulsion is later extended, the Superintendent again must notify the college. What are the counseling services required under College Credit Plus? The student and parents must participate in the following counseling services provided by the high school counselors: A. Program eligibility and credit options B. Potential Risks and Consequences 1. College coursework is more rigorous than high school. The pace is much faster; students will cover the same content as a year-long AP course in a 15 week semester. 2. College faculty expect more work to be done outside the classroom. 3. High school calendar and college calendar rarely match; colleges are still in session on teacher inservice days and Spring Breaks. 4. Clark-Shawnee may require families to repay the cost of tuition and books for students who fail or withdraw from classes past the posted deadline. 5. Future federal financial aid may be impacted; federal guidelines limit the amount of courses you may attempt (even if they are taken while in high school) to 150% of the number of credit hours needed for a degree. Federal guidelines also state that you must successfully complete 67% of the courses you attempt. 6. Participation in college classes may take time away from other activities. Students may need to limit involvement in sports and other extra-curricular activities or jobs. 7. Transportation is not provided. 8. Course credit may not transfer to private or out-of-state institutions. 9. Poor grades on college courses will remain on a college transcript and could severely affect scholarship and other program eligibility. C. College Acceptance and Scheduling Partipation is contingent upon admission to the college. The District will assist the student in gaining admission by providing transcripts or other related documents, but will accept no responsibility if the student is not accepted by the college. Students that are awaiting acceptance should register for high school classes as if they were not participating in the program. Schedule changes will then be made prior to the start of each semester for those students who receive notice of admission which must be provided by the college, in writing, to the student, the District, and the Department of Education within ten (10) days of acceptance. 1. In the event that the student withdraws from the college class for high school credit within the first two (2) weeks of the college course, the student will be re-enrolled in the high school classes which were previously dropped. 2. Reasonable efforts will be made in scheduling to accommodate the needs of students who will be leaving the high school campus in order to participate in this program if necessary. Scheduling conflicts are not the responsibility of the District. Revising the master schedule and/or unduly overloading classes are not required in order to accommodate schedule requests.

4 D. Financial Obligations Students assume no financial obligations if they elect to take a courses taken under the College Credit Plus Program. Tuition, books, materials, and fees are assumed by the Board. Should students fail to complete a course (whether through a formal class drop process or through nonattendance reasons) any and all financial obligations assumed by the Board will default to the students and their parents. All classes must be passed with a grade of D or better in order to be paid by Clark-Shawnee Local Schools. Note: Textbooks are not the property of students and must be returned to the guidance office at the end of each semester. Failure to return textbooks will result in fees charged to the student. E. Process for Granting Academic Credit When students have elected to receive high school credit for college courses, credit will be awarded for successful completion of courses in accordance with the following guidelines: 1. College credit courses typically earn between three and five semester hours each. Shawnee High School will award one (1) credit per 3-5 semester hours. As students take CC+ courses, they will be able to receive up to two (2) credits for a year-long course that includes two or more college courses. For example, a student is enrolled in AP Calculus BC, which is made up of two (2) semester college courses, MTH 2200 and MTH Each of these math courses are five (5) semester hours. Thus, one credit will be awarded for each semester, provided the student passes the semester college course. 2. In the event that the student or parents contest the credit, the Superintendent shall determine the appropriate credit. The Superintendent s decision may be appealed to the State Board of Education, whose decision in the matter shall be final and binding. 3. As designated by the provisions of the College Credit Plus program, students who enroll in a college course for both high school and college credit will receive on their high school transcript the grade issued by the college. The college course will be clearly designated on transcripts and will include the high school credits issued for the course. The grade will be computed in the grade point average as if issued by the high school faculty. F. Available Student Services 1. Students enrolled in the College Credit Plus Program will be entitled to all student services provided to any other of the District s high school students (counseling, health, etc.) However, these services will be provided only while the students are on the high school campus and only upon request. It is also the student s responsibility to keep themselves informed of academic and extra-curricular events and other information at the high school. 2. As a College Credit Plus student, the college will make sure that each student will have access to all of the resources as a traditional college student including: a. Tutoring b. Health Center c. Library Services d. College ID e. Office of Accessibility Services f. A personal advisor to answer any questions he/she may have about the enrollment process or transferability of courses G. Consequences of Failing or Not Completing a Course If a student withdraws from college courses off the high school campus within the first two (2) weeks of the course, the student will be rescheduled for the appropriate high school courses, and no record of the college course will appear on the transcript. However, if a student withdraws from the college course after two (2) weeks from the beginning of the course, the course will appear on the transcript with a grade of Withdrawal/Fail (W/F),

5 which will be computed in the same manner as a failing grade on the high school transcript. H. Effect on Completion of Graduation Requirements Students using college coursework for credit toward high school graduation may do so. However, it is the responsibility of participating students and parents to be sure that the courses undertaken will meet the graduation requirements for the students. Upon acceptance by the college, students should schedule an appointment with a high school counselor to develop a written schedule outlining the plan for coursework for the remainder of their high school career. This plan can be changed and modified as the student moves through their high school career. No high school graduation requirement shall be waived for any student a result of participation in the College Credit Plus program. I. Academic and Social Responsibilities of Students and Parents 1. When attending classes or other curricular, co-curricular, or extra-curricular activities at the high school, students participating in the College Credit Plus Program will be expected to abide by all Board policies and the Student Code of Conduct. Students and their parents assume all responsibility and liability related to attedance at a college and must agree to hold harmless the Board of Education, the administration, and the staff for any incidents arising out of participation in this program. 2. Students must meet all requirements and standards established by the college and assume responsibility for attendance and behavior. 3. The College Credit Plus Ethics Committee will establish program guidelines and student expectations each year. Students will sign and agree to those expectations in order to participate in the College Credit Plus courses that are offered at Shawnee High School. The expectations will include guidelines on academic dishonesty, attendance, and discipline. J. Information and Encouragement to Use College Counseling Services The high school counselors, during the individual counseling sessions, shall make available any information provided by the college concerning its counseling services. In addition, counselors should encourage students to better ensure successful completion of the college coursework. Furthermore, counselors should encourage the participation of those students who have been identified as college ready and encourage the development of skills in each student toward college readiness and college coursework success. L. Grade Point Computation and Reporting of Grades 1. For courses that are conducted on the high school campus, grades will be automatically calculated with the other courses taken. All college courses will utilize a weighted scale, similar to other advanced courses at the high school. As mentioned earlier, the grades and the courses will be listed on the high school transcript. For college courses taken off the high school campus, grades will be entered as the college transcript is made available to the high school counselor. Should there be an urgent need for a letter grade, notification on official letterhead from the college instructor advising of the grade will be accepted to verify the grade. 2. Full Time Status and Athletic Eligibility: It is important for students and parents to be aware that all students must be enrolled and must be attempting a minimum of FIVE CREDIT HOURS each semester. This is important to establish full time student status. It is also the benchmark for athletic eligibility; students must be enrolled and passing a minimum of five full credits each nine weeks.

6 Information specific to the Clark State Community College College Credit Plus Program: A. By August 15th each year, students taking first semester CC+ courses must have: 1. Returned participation form (due by April 1st) 2. Completed signing day (done in May of each year) 2. Returned ethics form (available from guidance office) 3. Met course requirements (COMPASS scores, etc.) 4. Completed online application to Clark State 5. Signed class roster B. First Tuesday in December - Signing Day for Second Semester CC+ courses FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Question 1: When must parents and students notify Shawnee High School of their intention to particpate in College Credit Plus? A. Students and parents interested in College Credit Plus need to complete an intent to participate form and submit it by April 1st each year. Forms are available on the high school website or from a high school guidance counselor. Also, there will be an informational meeting on College Credit Plus each year in March, as a means of communicating particulars of the College Credit Plus Program to students and parents. Question 2: What limitations of course choice do students have with regard to College Credit Plus? A. There are no limitations for courses with regard to the College Credit Plus Program. The high school faculty recommends that students take advantage of all the College Credit Plus courses offered at the high school as a means of better preparing students for the rigors of independent college work they may face in the future. It is also recommended that students and parents meet with a guidance counselor to make sure all provisions of the high school academic and College Credit Plus program are met. Question 3: What is the formula for granting College Credit Plus credit? A. The number of high school credits depends upon the semester hours assigned by the college or university. For courses that offer between three (3) and five (5) semester hours, a student will earn 1 credit for the semester. Question 4: If I participate in College Credit Plus, will my GPA be affected? A. According to the new laws regarding College Credit Plus coursework and granting of grades and credit, all College Credit Plus coursework currently will be weighted the same as the current AP courses are weighted at Shawnee High School. Grade point average would not be negatively affected by College Credit Plus coursework, unless the student does poorly due to increased work expectations and rigor of coursework. Question 5: May I take online courses at my selected College Credit Plus college? A. Yes. Online course work is one of three ways that the College Credit Plus Program is offered to students by the participating colleges. Such coursework is sometimes difficult for high school students because it requires a great deal of independent work with little teacher support.

7 Question 6: Can I participate in extra-curricular activities at Shawnee High School while taking College Credit Courses off campus? A. Students enrolled in the College Credit Plus program must meet eligibility standards in order to participate in extra-curricular activities. Please consult the appropriate school authority to determine the current eligibility standards. Question 7: Can I attend classes at night? A. Yes, as long as you do not exceed the full-time equivalency that is established by Shawnee High School which requires enrollment in five full credits each semester. Question 8: Does participation in College Credit Plus guarantee me admission into any university or college? A. No. Participation in CC+ does not constitute admission to the attending college or any other institution of high education upon completion of high school. All students must apply for formal admission during their senior year. Question 9: How many courses can I take under College Credit Plus? A. Semester hours may vary from each college or university. Please consult your counselor or the College Credit Plus college or university. Students may not exceed five credits per semester which defines a full-time student. Additionally, students cannot take more than thirty (30) semester hours a year under the College Credit Plus program. The Board of Education will charge students and parents for any semester hours over thirty in a given year. Question 10: Should I bring a calculator when I take the COMPASS test for placement/ program eligibility? A. Yes. Students should bring a TI - 89 or below calculator with them, along with a picture ID and the last four digits of their social security number. Question 11: Will the classes I take through College Credit Plus apply to my high school graduation? A. Advising regarding the use of college level credits to meet high school graduation requirements must be done by the high school counselor. Question 12: Do I have to apply every year? A. Yes. Students and parents need to fill out and submit an Intent to Participate form which can be found on the high school website or from a guidance counselor. Also, the student must apply to the college they plan to attend or from which they will receive credit. Finally, there will be an informational meeting each year regarding the College Credit Plus program that will be held in March. Please look for announcements in newsletters or online with regard to this meeting.

8 Question 13: What happens if I fail a course? A. Financial obligations shall default to the student and parent if a student fails to complete, fails (unsatisfactorily completes) or withdraws after the deadline from college courses other than for reasons generally accepted by the school district. Question 14: What should I do if I decide not to particpate in the program or not attend classes that I have already signed up for? A. Consult with your counselor with regard to procedures to withdraw from a class or the College Credit Program. If you are taking a course off of the high school campus, you will need to follow the college or university s procedure with regard to withdrawal. Remember, you may be financially responsible for tuition, books, and fees depending on when you decide to withdraw. Question 15: Will the college send final grades to my high school counselor and how will I receive my final transcript? A. Yes, if you are taking a course at college, the college will send final grades to the guidance office. All other College Credit Plus grades and courses will be placed on the high school transcript automatically. Even though College Credit Plus coursework will be on the high school transcript, it is recommended that students and parents request a transcript from the college, so that the student has documentation of all the college courses taken through that particular college or university.

9 Shawnee CC+ (formerly CITC) Course Offerings and Requirements SHAWNEE COURSE Introduction to Engineering Design CLARK STATE COURSE ENT 2600 CAD 2100 CREDIT HOURS FALL TERM REQS. BY AUG. 15th SPRING TERM REQS. BY DEC. 1st ENT 2600 CAD 2100 Calculus MTH 2200 MTH 2200 Statistics Physics STT 2640 STT 2650 PHY 1501 PHY 1502 STT 2640 STT 2650 PHY 1501 PHY 1502 Spanish 4 SPN SPN 2111 Anatomy & Physiology BIO BIO 1105 AP Biology AP Language & Composition BIO 1510 BIO 1520 ENG 1111 ENG BIO 1510 BIO 1520 ENG 1111 ENG 1112 AP Literature & Composition ENG ENG 1600 College Composition & Literature ENG AP Calculus BC MTH 2200 MTH 2220 MTH 2200 MTH 2220 PreCalculus MTH 1340 MTH 1340 Math 12 MTH MTH 1280 COMPASS TEST SCORES NEEDED Alg.: 24 CollegeAlg: 40 Trig: 50 Writing: 66 Writing: 66 Alg: 45 Writing: 70 Writing: 70 Writing: 70 CollegeAlg: 40 Trig: 50 CollegeAlg: 40 Dev. Accounting I ACC ACC 1100 American Sign Language I (Through Sinclair C.C.) ASL ACT SCORES NEEDED ACTR: 20 ACTM: 22 ACTM: 26 ACTM: 24 ACTM: 24 ACTE: 19 ACTR: 20 ACTE: 19 ACTM: 23 ACTR: 21 ACTE: 18 ACTR: 21 ACTE: 18 ACTR: 21 ACTE: 18 ACTM: 26 ACTM: 24 ACTM: 24 none needed none needed SAT SCORES NEEDED SATM: 540 none needed none needed *** NOTE: CC+ offerings from year to year could change depending upon accredited teachers and class enrollments.

POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS (PSEO) 2014-2015 PROGRAM GUIDELINES Prepared by: CLARK-SHAWNEE ADMINISTRATION And GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT

POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS (PSEO) 2014-2015 PROGRAM GUIDELINES Prepared by: CLARK-SHAWNEE ADMINISTRATION And GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS (PSEO) 2014-2015 PROGRAM GUIDELINES Prepared by: CLARK-SHAWNEE ADMINISTRATION And GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL 1675 East Possum Road Springfield,

More information

College Credit Plus Informational Session. Mentor High School March 3, 2015

College Credit Plus Informational Session. Mentor High School March 3, 2015 College Credit Plus Informational Session Mentor High School March 3, 2015 Agenda I. Introductions and Welcome II. Overview of Educational Options III. What is College Credit Plus? IV.Enrollment Procedures

More information

OHIO S COLLEGE-CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM. St. Henry High School

OHIO S COLLEGE-CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM. St. Henry High School OHIO S COLLEGE-CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM The CC+ program allows Ohio high school students to earn college credit (and/or high school graduation credit) through the successful completion of college courses. St.

More information

PHS North and PHS Central College Credit Plus Program. Informational Meeting February 17, 2015 7:00 pm

PHS North and PHS Central College Credit Plus Program. Informational Meeting February 17, 2015 7:00 pm PHS North and PHS Central College Credit Plus Program Informational Meeting February 17, 2015 7:00 pm Description of the Program The College Credit Plus program (CCP) offers qualified high school students

More information

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Dear Parents/Guardians: Dear Parents/Guardians: College Credit Plus provides an exciting and valuable opportunity for eligible students in grades 7-12 to take college courses and to earn both high school and college credit (dual

More information

Bexley High School College Credit Plus 2015-16

Bexley High School College Credit Plus 2015-16 Dear Parent/Guardian, I hope you are having a wonderful spring. It s difficult to believe that we are more than 75% through this school year, and before we know it, your student will be a senior at BHS!

More information

College Credit Plus Information Guide

College Credit Plus Information Guide College Credit Plus Information Guide What is College Credit Plus? College Credit Plus is a program that gives high school students an opportunity to be enrolled in both high school and college course

More information

Monroeville High School Guidance Resource Booklet. College Credit Plus

Monroeville High School Guidance Resource Booklet. College Credit Plus Monroeville High School Guidance Resource Booklet College Credit Plus College Credit Plus COUNSELOR/STUDENT GUIDE This guide is intended as a worksheet to be used by the student, parents(s) and high school

More information

An Introduction to College Credit Plus for Westerville Students & Families

An Introduction to College Credit Plus for Westerville Students & Families An Introduction to College Credit Plus for Westerville Students & Families March 3, 2015 Overview of College Credit Plus (CCP) CCP is an opportunity for qualified students in grades 7-12 to take college

More information

GUIDANCE RESOURCE BOOKLET COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM STUDENT GUIDE

GUIDANCE RESOURCE BOOKLET COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM STUDENT GUIDE GUIDANCE RESOURCE BOOKLET COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS PROGRAM STUDENT GUIDE Introduction College Credit Plus (CCP) is Ohio s new system for dual enrollment. It replaces previous programs, including Post-Secondary

More information

College Credit Plus. Lynchburg-Clay H.S. February 26, 2015

College Credit Plus. Lynchburg-Clay H.S. February 26, 2015 College Credit Plus Lynchburg-Clay H.S. February 26, 2015 CCP/Formerly PSEOP Same basic program, for students Most changes are for high schools and postsecondary institutions What is the purpose of the

More information

Dual Enrollment Handbook 2015-2016

Dual Enrollment Handbook 2015-2016 Updated March 2, 2015 1 Introduction The Dual Enrollment Program was created to allow qualified students the opportunity to fulfill high school graduation requirements while earning college credit toward

More information

College Credit Plus A GUIDE FOR STUDENTS

College Credit Plus A GUIDE FOR STUDENTS College Credit Plus A GUIDE FOR STUDENTS 2015-2016 College Credit Plus (CCP) is a statewide program that provides an opportunity for qualified high school students to take college courses for both high

More information

What is College Credit Plus?

What is College Credit Plus? What is College Credit Plus? Formerly PSEO/COPP/Dual Enrollment LCCC site courses High school site courses On-line courses Credit-in-Escrow Free tuition and books Counts on high school transcript and college

More information

POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS PROGRAM QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS PROGRAM QUESTIONS & ANSWERS POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS PROGRAM QUESTIONS & ANSWERS OHIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CENTER FOR SCHOOL OPTIONS AND FINANCE FINANCE PROGRAM SERVICES REVISED MAY 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS QUESTIONS AND

More information

EARNING COLLEGE CREDIT WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

EARNING COLLEGE CREDIT WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL EARNING COLLEGE CREDIT WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL Overview of CC+ WHAT IS COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS? College Credit Plus (CC+) is an opportunity for qualified high school students to take college classes before graduation

More information

Dual Credit in Indiana Q & A. Version 7.8 October 30, 2012

Dual Credit in Indiana Q & A. Version 7.8 October 30, 2012 Dual Credit in Indiana Q & A Version 7.8 October 30, 2012 Dual Credit in Indiana Q&A GENERAL INFORMATION 1. What is dual credit? In Indiana, dual credit is the term given to courses in which high school

More information

HUBER HEIGHTS CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

HUBER HEIGHTS CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT HUBER HEIGHTS CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT College Credit Plus College Credit Plus replaces the Post- Secondary Education Option, also known as PSEO, and redefines alternative dual enrollment programs as advanced

More information

Advanced Placement and College Credit Plus Options

Advanced Placement and College Credit Plus Options Advanced Placement and College Credit Plus Options Important information about CC+ changes CC+ Options through our partner schools Stark State Kent State University The University of Akron AP course offerings

More information

Louisville High School. An Introduction for Students and Families

Louisville High School. An Introduction for Students and Families Louisville High School An Introduction for Students and Families High School Counselors Mr. Thomas Saltsman tsaltsman@louisville.sparcc.org A L Mrs. Ann Clemson aclemson@louisville.sparcc.org M Z What

More information

Fort White High School Florida Gateway College Dual Enrollment Program 2011-2012

Fort White High School Florida Gateway College Dual Enrollment Program 2011-2012 Fort White High School Florida Gateway College Dual Enrollment Program 2011-2012 For More Information Contact: Stacy Worrell or Tammy E. Law Fort White High School (386) 497-5952 ext. 103 INTRODUCTION

More information

Gainesville High School Options and Opportunities College Credit Now Dual Enrollment

Gainesville High School Options and Opportunities College Credit Now Dual Enrollment Gainesville High School Options and Opportunities College Credit Now Dual Enrollment 2014-2015 College Credit Now Advanced Placement Courses Gainesville High School Dual Academic Course Credit ACCEL University

More information

MECHANICSBURG HIGH SCHOOL POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS PROGRAM

MECHANICSBURG HIGH SCHOOL POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS PROGRAM MECHANICSBURG HIGH SCHOOL POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS PROGRAM INTRODUCTION The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program provides students in grades 9-12 an opportunity to take classes at eligible

More information

Edison Community College

Edison Community College Edison Community College a personal experience. a rewarding education. College Credit+ What Is College Credit Plus? Overhauls PSEOP/Dual Enrollment programs Students earn High School and College Credit

More information

Texas Education Agency Dual Credit Frequently Asked Questions

Texas Education Agency Dual Credit Frequently Asked Questions Texas Education Agency Dual Credit Frequently Asked Questions General Information About Dual Credit 1. What is dual credit? Dual credit is a process through which a student may earn high school credit

More information

{ College Credit Plus } Talawanda High School Presentation

{ College Credit Plus } Talawanda High School Presentation { College Credit Plus } Talawanda High School Presentation { Oxford Campus Timeline} Feb 23: CCP Finalized Rules released by Ohio Board of Regents Feb 26: CCP Discussion with Oxford and THS administrators

More information

Glossary of College Terms

Glossary of College Terms Glossary of College Terms Academic Advisor: Member of student services who helps and advises students on what classes to take, what major to pursue, etc. He or she also assists students during the registration

More information

Clyde High School Dual Credit Program 2014-15

Clyde High School Dual Credit Program 2014-15 Clyde High School Dual Credit Program 2014-15 Clyde High School is offering students the opportunity to earn college credit in addition to high school credit. The dual credit program aligns Clyde High

More information

College of Engineering, Architecture, and Computer Sciences POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

College of Engineering, Architecture, and Computer Sciences POLICIES AND PROCEDURES College of Engineering, Architecture, and Computer Sciences POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Academic Progress Students should track their academic progress each semester using Degree Works. Students who have completed

More information

VHS Dual Enrollment Procedures and Guidelines

VHS Dual Enrollment Procedures and Guidelines VHS Dual Enrollment Procedures and Guidelines Steps you need to take in order to become a dual enrollment student: 1. You need to meet with your counselor to discuss all of the aspects of dual enrollment.

More information

Undergraduate admission traditional Programs

Undergraduate admission traditional Programs UndergradUate Program Undergraduate admission traditional Programs 800.422.4101 Institutional Codes 574.807.7600 SAT 1079 574.807.7650 (fax) ACT 1178 admissions@bethelcollege.edu TOEFL 1079 Bethel College

More information

Ohio Board of Regents (OBOR) College Credit Plus (CC+): https://www.ohiohighered.org/college_credit_plus

Ohio Board of Regents (OBOR) College Credit Plus (CC+): https://www.ohiohighered.org/college_credit_plus Website Links Links for College Credit Plus and YSU s CHS program are below. The deadline to submit public comments to OBOR is Monday December 15! Ohio Board of Regents (OBOR) College Credit Plus (CC+):

More information

The Virtual Alternative High School Information

The Virtual Alternative High School Information The Virtual Alternative High School Information The Idaho Virtual Academy s alternative high school program provides an accredited, rigorous curriculum for students. The high school courses meet or exceed

More information

Earning College Credit in High School Katy ISD offers three methods by which students may obtain college credit while in high school.

Earning College Credit in High School Katy ISD offers three methods by which students may obtain college credit while in high school. Earning in High School Katy ISD offers three methods by which students may obtain college credit while in high school. The Advanced Placement Program (page 18) The Program (page 19) Articulated Credit

More information

DENTAL ASSISTING. Fall 2016 Admissions Information. * * * Deadline: February 18, 2016 * * *

DENTAL ASSISTING. Fall 2016 Admissions Information. * * * Deadline: February 18, 2016 * * * DENTAL ASSISTING Fall 2016 Admissions Information * * * Deadline: February 18, 2016 * * * Dental Assisting is a one-year diploma curriculum that begins each fall semester. It is a limited enrollment program

More information

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS SOUTH LYON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS 5460/page 1 of 8 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Credits Twenty-three (23) credits in grades 9-12 are required for graduation. One-half (1/2) credit will be awarded for successful

More information

Plainwell High School. Dual Enrollment Handbook

Plainwell High School. Dual Enrollment Handbook Plainwell High School Dual Enrollment Handbook Dear Parents, We are excited to be able to offer many options for your student to earn high school and college credit while at Plainwell High School through

More information

College Credit Plus. Previous Dual Enrollment. Delivery Methods 1/26/2015

College Credit Plus. Previous Dual Enrollment. Delivery Methods 1/26/2015 College Credit Plus Presented by: Kristin Skiles Previous Dual Enrollment Offered Dual Enrollment opportunities for the past 8 years to many school districts in Clark, Champaign, Greene, Montgomery, Logan,

More information

SECTION L: EDUCATION AGENCY RELATIONS. Relations with Other Schools and Educational Institutions Cooperative Educational Programs

SECTION L: EDUCATION AGENCY RELATIONS. Relations with Other Schools and Educational Institutions Cooperative Educational Programs SECTION L: EDUCATION AGENCY RELATIONS LA LB LBB LEA LEB LEC Education Agency Relations Goals Relations with Other Schools and Educational Institutions Cooperative Educational Programs Student Teaching

More information

Cincinnati State Great Oaks School of Practical Nursing

Cincinnati State Great Oaks School of Practical Nursing Cincinnati State Great Oaks School of Practical Nursing Practical Nursing Certificate (PNC) Program Overview The Cincinnati State Practical Nursing Certificate (PNC) program offers classes at our Main

More information

Iowa Valley Community College District. Dual Credit Student Manual Policies & Procedures 2015-2016

Iowa Valley Community College District. Dual Credit Student Manual Policies & Procedures 2015-2016 Iowa Valley Community College District Dual Credit Student Manual Policies & Procedures 2015-2016 Introduction Welcome to Iowa Valley Community College District, which operates Marshalltown Community College,

More information

Indian River State College

Indian River State College Indian River State College Dual Enrollment Information Session 2014-2015 WHAT IS DUAL ENROLLMENT? Dual enrollment is an acceleration option that enables students to pursue a rigorous curriculum for high

More information

COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS GUIDELINES

COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS GUIDELINES 1 COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS GUIDELINES INTRODUCTION If you will be a college-ready seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grade student next year, the College Credit Plus (CC+) program provides

More information

Admission to the College

Admission to the College Admission to the College Admission of Curriculum Students College of The Albemarle follows the open door admissions policy of the State Board of Community Colleges. This policy provides for the admission

More information

Academic Information. Academic Credit. Credit Earned at Carl Sandburg College. Credit for Courses Completed at Other Colleges and Universities

Academic Information. Academic Credit. Credit Earned at Carl Sandburg College. Credit for Courses Completed at Other Colleges and Universities Carl Sandburg College 1 Academic Information Academic Credit Credit Earned at Carl Sandburg College The unit of credit measure is the semester hour which approximates the effort expended in 50 minutes

More information

Katy ISD/HCC Dual Credit Program. A cooperative effort between Katy ISD and Houston Community College SPRING 2015

Katy ISD/HCC Dual Credit Program. A cooperative effort between Katy ISD and Houston Community College SPRING 2015 Katy ISD/HCC Dual Credit Program A cooperative effort between Katy ISD and Houston Community College SPRING 2015 This presentation will be posted on the Katy ISD website. www.katyisd.org Departments GT

More information

DINÉ COLLEGE DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT

DINÉ COLLEGE DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT DINÉ COLLEGE DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT Between SCOPE DINÉ COLLEGE (POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTION) and (Local Education Agency) This Agreement applies to local education agencies (LEA), such

More information

Rev 4/23/14. Frequently Asked Questions - Postsecondary Dual Enrollment PA 160 of 1996: Postsecondary Enrollment Options Act (PSEOA)

Rev 4/23/14. Frequently Asked Questions - Postsecondary Dual Enrollment PA 160 of 1996: Postsecondary Enrollment Options Act (PSEOA) Conditional Payment Q #1 A #1 May the district require a pupil to successfully complete the college course prior to tuition and fees being paid by the district? No. The language in MCL 388.514(4) and MCL

More information

Dual Enrollment. Frequently Asked Questions. General

Dual Enrollment. Frequently Asked Questions. General Dual Enrollment Dual enrollment is an acceleration mechanism that allows students to pursue an advanced curriculum relevant to their individual postsecondary interests. Each year, over 50,000 students

More information

Iowa Valley Community College District. Dual Credit Student Manual Policies & Procedures 2015-2016

Iowa Valley Community College District. Dual Credit Student Manual Policies & Procedures 2015-2016 Iowa Valley Community College District Dual Credit Student Manual Policies & Procedures 2015-2016 Introduction Welcome to Iowa Valley Community College District, which operates Marshalltown Community College,

More information

Dual Credit Partnership Memorandum of Understanding Academic Years 2015-16 & 2016-17

Dual Credit Partnership Memorandum of Understanding Academic Years 2015-16 & 2016-17 Dual Credit Partnership Memorandum of Understanding Academic Years 2015-16 & 2016-17 This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) establishes the requirements under which high school students from «ISD» may

More information

Q: How do I apply to participate in the Career & College Promise program?

Q: How do I apply to participate in the Career & College Promise program? Career & College Promise Frequently Asked Questions Career & College Promise General Questions Q: How do I apply to participate in the Career & College Promise program? A: For now, students should see

More information

DUAL ENROLLMENT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN. NORTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE and HOME EDUCATION STUDENTS

DUAL ENROLLMENT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN. NORTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE and HOME EDUCATION STUDENTS DUAL ENROLLMENT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN NORTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE and HOME EDUCATION STUDENTS Pursuant to s.1007.271 (13), F.S., the dual enrollment program is available for an eligible home

More information

NORTH CENTRAL NOW! Student Handbook. December 2014

NORTH CENTRAL NOW! Student Handbook. December 2014 NORTH CENTRAL NOW! Student Handbook December 2014 Table of Contents North Central Michigan College Mission... 1 Vision for North Central Now!... 1 North Central Now! Pathways... 1 North Central Now! Definitions...

More information

Central Lakes College College-in-the-Schools A Handbook for Parents and Students 2014-2015

Central Lakes College College-in-the-Schools A Handbook for Parents and Students 2014-2015 Central Lakes College College-in-the-Schools A Handbook for Parents and Students 2014-2015 1 CLC is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and education opportunity. No person shall be

More information

An Introduction for CHS Students and Families. February 16, 2016

An Introduction for CHS Students and Families. February 16, 2016 An Introduction for CHS Students and Families February 16, 2016 Contact Information Luke Arnold, College Credit Plus Coordinator Centerville High School Luke.Arnold@centerville.k12.oh.us www.ohiohighered.org/ccp

More information

Michigan Merit Curriculum

Michigan Merit Curriculum Michigan Merit Curriculum East Grand Rapids Public Schools Educating and inspiring each student to navigate successfully in a global community East Grand Rapids Public Schools 2915 Hall Street SE Grand

More information

Dual Enrollment. Frequently Asked Questions

Dual Enrollment. Frequently Asked Questions Dual Enrollment Dual enrollment is a successful acceleration mechanism that allows students to pursue an advanced curriculum relevant to their individual postsecondary interests. Over 37,000 students participated

More information

MILLARD EDUCATION ONLINE

MILLARD EDUCATION ONLINE DESCRIPTOR TERM: Instructional Program Millard District Policy File Code: 5080 Approved: 10-16-12 MILLARD EDUCATION ONLINE A. Purpose The Utah State Legislature established Public Education Online in the

More information

Associate Degree Nursing Admissions Requirements

Associate Degree Nursing Admissions Requirements Associate Degree Nursing Admissions Requirements Entry Fall 2016 2 HEALTH PROGRAMS ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Below are the general admissions requirements for all health programs followed by the program

More information

Allows students (grades 7 12) to earn transcripted credit for college courses while in high school.

Allows students (grades 7 12) to earn transcripted credit for college courses while in high school. College Credit Plus What is College Credit Plus? Earning dual college credit while in high school Governor Kasich signed H.B. 487, Summer 2014. Implementation begins 2015 16 academic year. Allows students

More information

JOHN TYLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE (JTCC) NURSING PROGRAM FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

JOHN TYLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE (JTCC) NURSING PROGRAM FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS JOHN TYLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE (JTCC) NURSING PROGRAM FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q. Do I need to apply to the College before applying to the Nursing Program? A. Yes, you must apply to JTCC first. Please

More information

COURSE SELECTION PROCESS

COURSE SELECTION PROCESS COURSE SELECTION PROCESS Franklin Central High School Our vision is to have the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities, and the world of work! Diploma Options Class of 2016+ Core 40 Requirements

More information

Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) for Casteel High School. Prepared by the Dual Enrollment Department cgc.edu/dual 480.732.

Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) for Casteel High School. Prepared by the Dual Enrollment Department cgc.edu/dual 480.732. 2626 E. Pecos Road Chandler AZ 85225 480.732.7000 cgc.edu Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) for Casteel High School Prepared by the Dual Enrollment Department cgc.edu/dual 480.732.7006 The Maricopa

More information

Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Informational Meeting February 12, 2014

Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Informational Meeting February 12, 2014 Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Informational Meeting February 12, 2014 Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) allows Ohio high school students to earn college credit and/or high school credit through

More information

SOUTH HARDIN HIGH SCHOOL

SOUTH HARDIN HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH HARDIN HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS There are minimum requirements* established by the State of Iowa and the local Board of Education. South Hardin requires a minimum* of 50 credits for graduation.

More information

TMCC Dual Credit Handbook

TMCC Dual Credit Handbook TMCC Dual Credit Handbook Welcome to Turtle Mountain Community College! The administration, faculty, and staff are delighted that you have chosen to begin your college career with TMCC. Whether a student,

More information

Dual Enrollment. Frequently Asked Questions. General. 1. What is dual enrollment?

Dual Enrollment. Frequently Asked Questions. General. 1. What is dual enrollment? Dual Enrollment Dual enrollment is an acceleration mechanism that allows students to pursue an advanced curriculum relevant to their individual postsecondary interests. Each year, more than 50,000 students

More information

High School Concurrent Enrollment Program

High School Concurrent Enrollment Program High School Concurrent Enrollment Program Eligible junior and senior high school students can enroll in concurrent classes at Murray State College while attending high school. General education courses

More information

DENTAL HYGIENE. Fall 2016 Admissions Information. *** Deadline: February 11, 2016 ***

DENTAL HYGIENE. Fall 2016 Admissions Information. *** Deadline: February 11, 2016 *** DENTAL HYGIENE Fall 2016 Admissions Information *** Deadline: February 11, 2016 *** Dental Hygiene is a two-year associate s degree curriculum that begins each fall semester. It is a limited enrollment

More information

California Community Colleges Admission & Transfer Policy

California Community Colleges Admission & Transfer Policy California Community Colleges Admission & Transfer Policy What are the admission requirements to get into a California community college? Admission to a California community college is open to any California

More information

EARLY COLLEGE POLICIES AND PROCESSES

EARLY COLLEGE POLICIES AND PROCESSES EARLY COLLEGE POLICIES AND PROCESSES REVISED May 12, 2016 Dual Credit Initiative Dual Credit (DC) at City Colleges of Chicago is an instructional arrangement where an academically qualified junior or senior

More information

HIGH SCHOOL OPTIONS FAQ s

HIGH SCHOOL OPTIONS FAQ s HIGH SCHOOL OPTIONS FAQ s High School Options - Quick Glance: pg 1 International Baccalaureate Program: pg 2 Health Sciences Academy: pg 3 Phoenix STEM Academy: pg 4 Rockingham Early College High: pg 5

More information

Medical Assisting Admissions Requirements

Medical Assisting Admissions Requirements Medical Assisting Admissions Requirements 2014-2015 2 HEALTH PROGRAMS ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Below are the general admissions requirements for all health programs followed by the program specific requirements.

More information

UNCG School of Nursing Basic Pre-Licensure BSN Degree Information 2015-2016

UNCG School of Nursing Basic Pre-Licensure BSN Degree Information 2015-2016 UNCG School of Nursing Basic Pre-Licensure BSN Degree Information 2015-2016 The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is designed to be completed in four academic years plus one summer session.

More information

Dual Credit Program. Presented by. Nicole Barnes Special Admissions Coordinator/Advisor Central Park Campus, McKinney nbarnes@collin.

Dual Credit Program. Presented by. Nicole Barnes Special Admissions Coordinator/Advisor Central Park Campus, McKinney nbarnes@collin. Dual Credit Program Presented by Nicole Barnes Special Admissions Coordinator/Advisor Central Park Campus, McKinney nbarnes@collin.edu What is dual credit? & Simultaneously earn high school and college

More information

ST. CROIX CENTRAL Virtual/Homeschool HANDBOOK

ST. CROIX CENTRAL Virtual/Homeschool HANDBOOK ST. CROIX CENTRAL Virtual/Homeschool HANDBOOK This page intentionally left blank. Table of Contents Definition of Virtual/Homeschool Program...2 St. Croix Central Approach...2 Local Education Guide (LEG)...2

More information

Associate Degree Nursing Admissions Requirements

Associate Degree Nursing Admissions Requirements Associate Degree Nursing Admissions Requirements Entry Fall 2016 2 HEALTH PROGRAMS ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Below are the general admissions requirements for all health programs followed by the program

More information

Once you have been admitted, you will be enrolled in a Gateway to College learning community at El Paso Community College.

Once you have been admitted, you will be enrolled in a Gateway to College learning community at El Paso Community College. How does the Gateway to College Program work? The Gateway to College program helps students who have dropped out of high school or who may not graduate on time earn high school credit while earning college

More information

Kick start your COLLEGE CAREER. while still attending HIGH SCHOOL ALEXANDRIA TECHNICAL & COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHOICES SUCCESS APPLYING

Kick start your COLLEGE CAREER. while still attending HIGH SCHOOL ALEXANDRIA TECHNICAL & COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHOICES SUCCESS APPLYING Kick start your COLLEGE CAREER while still attending HIGH SCHOOL ALEXANDRIA TECHNICAL & COMMUNITY COLLEGE POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS CHOICES SUCCESS APPLYING TWO FOR ONE PSEO students can take courses

More information

Chassell Early College Handbook 2015-2016

Chassell Early College Handbook 2015-2016 Chassell Early College Handbook 2015-2016 DESCRIPTION Chassell Early College (CEC) is a unique opportunity for Chassell High School students who are planning to pursue an associate s degree, four-year

More information

Steps to Success. What you need to know at Lorain County Community College The Nuts and Bolts of Starting College

Steps to Success. What you need to know at Lorain County Community College The Nuts and Bolts of Starting College Steps to Success What you need to know at Lorain County Community College The Nuts and Bolts of Starting College LCCC s Home Page: www.lorainccc.edu Most up to date resource to find out what is happening

More information

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) for Students

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) for Students The Joint Admissions Agreement (JAA) among R.I. s State Colleges and University: FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) for Students 1. What is the Joint Admissions Agreement (JAA)? The Joint Admissions Agreement

More information

AFFIRMATION OF COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY

AFFIRMATION OF COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY AFFIRMATION OF COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY Illinois College is committed to the development and welfare of every member of our community: students, faculty, staff, and administration. To achieve the working

More information

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM. Undergraduate Admission Traditional Programs

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM. Undergraduate Admission Traditional Programs UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM Undergraduate Admission Traditional Programs 800.422.4101 Institutional Codes 574.807.7600 ACT 1178 574.807.7650 (fax) SAT 1079 Admissions@BethelCollege.edu TOEFL 1079 Bethel College

More information

The purpose of the program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to outstanding high school students.

The purpose of the program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to outstanding high school students. POSTSECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS PROGRAM Bowling Green High School Guidance Resource Booklet http://www.bgcs.k12.oh.us/linkclick.aspx?fileticket=f1mxhm%2brau0%3d&tabid=1540&mid=3806 I. BGHS PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

More information

WHAT IS PSEO? PSEO is an opportunity to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to high school students.

WHAT IS PSEO? PSEO is an opportunity to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to high school students. WHAT IS PSEO? PSEO is an opportunity to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to high school students. 9 th 12 th grade students earn college credit AND/OR high school

More information

July 7, 2014. Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

July 7, 2014. Dear Parents, Guardians and Students, July 7, 2014 Dear Parents, Guardians and Students, Thank you for your interest in the OTC Dual Credit program. Dual credit is a great opportunity for your student to earn high school and college credit

More information

Steps to Getting Started

Steps to Getting Started COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY-ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAM IN NURSING INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS The information in this document is not a contractual agreement, but is intended to provide information on

More information

Waynesville High School February 2016

Waynesville High School February 2016 Waynesville High School February 2016 What is College Credit Plus? Ohio State law - College Credit Plus gives high school students the opportunity to take college courses and receive college credit for

More information

Lakewood High School. March 6, 2015 6:00 PM Civic

Lakewood High School. March 6, 2015 6:00 PM Civic Lakewood High School March 6, 2015 6:00 PM Civic What is College Credit Plus (CCP)? Formerly PSEO / Dual Enrollment Lakewood High School site courses Off-site courses / Online courses Available for students

More information

Katy ISD/HCC Dual Credit Program. A cooperative effort between Katy ISD and Houston Community College SPRING 2014

Katy ISD/HCC Dual Credit Program. A cooperative effort between Katy ISD and Houston Community College SPRING 2014 Katy ISD/HCC Dual Credit Program A cooperative effort between Katy ISD and Houston Community College SPRING 2014 This presentation will be posted on the Katy ISD website. www.katyisd.org Departments GT

More information

West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts Division of Rehabilitation Services

West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts Division of Rehabilitation Services 3600 REHABILITATION TRAINING 3604 Maximum Fees Allowable Amount for Sponsorship of Training. The maximum amount the Division will pay for training costs will not exceed the current tuition and fee rate

More information

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS FACT SHEET IS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW AND THEREFORE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS FACT SHEET IS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW AND THEREFORE SUBJECT TO CHANGE COLLEGE OF THE ALBEMARLE FALL 2016 MEDICAL ASSISTING DIPLOMA ADMISSION FACT SHEET EACH APPLICANT MUST PROVIDE CORRECT CONTACT INFORMATION TO THE ADMISSIONS DEPARTMENT INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS FACT

More information

LYNCHBURG COLLEGE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

LYNCHBURG COLLEGE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION LYNCHBURG COLLEGE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION APPLICATION FOR GRADUATE INTERNSHIP IN SPECIAL EDUCATION THIS APPLICATION IS NOT FOR SPED 693 OR 695 (NON LICENSURE COURSES) The completed application must be submitted

More information

Performance Based Credit Policy

Performance Based Credit Policy Performance Based Credit Policy In addition to Carnegie Units, Madison Southern students may earn credit toward graduation through the following methods consistent with Madison County Schools Policy 08.113

More information

GODLEY HIGH SCHOOL 2015-2016 Dual Credit Parent Night

GODLEY HIGH SCHOOL 2015-2016 Dual Credit Parent Night GODLEY HIGH SCHOOL 2015-2016 Dual Credit Parent Night May 6, 2015 What is Dual Credit? Dual Credit IS college. Students will be exposed to college-level material and are considered college students Students

More information

Admission Standards 2011-2012 FIRST-TIME ENTERING STUDENTS

Admission Standards 2011-2012 FIRST-TIME ENTERING STUDENTS FIRST-TIME ENTERING STUDENTS Minimum High School Performance Criteria for Admission of First-Time-Entering Students Option 2 Option 3 Option 1 Minimum GPA and Minimum GPA 1 in the Minimum ACT/ SAT Class

More information

NURSING PROGRAM INFORMATION

NURSING PROGRAM INFORMATION PROGRAMS: NURSING PROGRAM INFORMATION RN Day & Evening Programs Fall & Spring Semesters 5 semesters PN Day Program Fall Semester; Evening Program Spring Semester 3 semesters Career Mobility (LPN to RN)

More information