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- College Student Status - Students enrolled in the dual enrollment program are considered college students and all dual enrollment coursework will appear on their college transcript. A college transcript is an official record that is subject to review and consideration in connection with the student’s continued academic eligibility, future financial aid, college/university applications, and other academic matters. Withdrawal from a class or failing a class could affect the student’s future academic status and eligibility for financial aid. Students should only enroll in a dual enrollment course if they are committed to staying in the course and successfully passing the course.
- Continued Eligibility - Students are considered in good standing if they maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA. Good standing is affected if overall GPA falls below a 2.0 in any given semester. The dual enrollment student may be placed on academic probation or dismissal, either limiting or excluding them from taking future courses.
- Withdrawal from a Dual Enrollment Course - Should it become necessary to withdraw from a dual enrollment course, the student is responsible for informing the instructor and the student’s high school counselor prior to the semester withdrawal deadline.
- Additional Credit Hours- If a student wishes to enroll in more than two dual enrollment courses in a single semester, they must demonstrate outstanding performance and capability as evidence by their high school grade point average (GPA), and have approval from the high school counselor.
- Testing Requirements - Before students can enroll in a dual enrollment course, they must qualify by successfully passing all or a portion of the TSI exam. See “Eligibility Requirements” for more information.
- Class Attendance - Classes begin promptly at the scheduled time. Student attendance and participation is paramount to academic success. Regular and punctual attendance is expected of all students.
- Program of Study – Students taking a dual enrollment course must choose a program of study from the approved listing provided to counselors and for appropriate course recommendation. The program of study will determine which courses the student may enroll in.