Presentation on theme: "Dual Enrollment and Collegiate High School. What is Dual Enrollment? Dual enrollment is an acceleration program that allows high school students to simultaneously."— Presentation transcript:
What is Dual Enrollment? Dual enrollment is an acceleration program that allows high school students to simultaneously earn credit toward high school completion and a career certificate, or an associate or baccalaureate degree at a Florida public postsecondary institution. Florida Statute 1007.271 defines the Dual Enrollment program.
What Programs are Available for Dual Enrollment ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE PROGRAMS Architectural and Building Technology Electronics Engineering Technology Computer Engineering Technology Computer Information Technology Computer Programming and Analysis Culinary Management Drafting and Design (CAD) Hospitality Management Industrial Management Technology Networking Services Technology Simulation and Robotics Technology
More Programs COLLEGE CREDIT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS AutoCAD Foundations Information Technology Support Computer Engineering Technology (Cisco) Information Technology Technician Computer Programming Microcomputer Repair/Installer Computer Specialist Network Communications (LAN) Drafting and Design Technology Network Communications (WAN) Information Technology Administration Network System Developer Information Technology Analysis Web Development Specialist Information Technology Management Wireless Communications
What are the Requirements? Students must have completed at least one high school level course and have a minimum 3.0 cumulative, unweighted High School GPA in for College programs 2.0 cumulative, unweighted High School GPA for Vocational Programs. There are no exceptions to the minimum high school GPA requirement. Fifth year seniors are not permitted to participate in the dual enrollment program. Required SAT, ACT, or P.E.R.T scores for College Credit (can use combination), TABE scores for Vocational Programs.
Additional Requirements Permission from: Parent/legal guardian High school counselor/designee Daytona State College Academic Advisor Students need to be mature enough to work without constant supervision. Remember, any grade the student earns in a Dual Enrollment class counts toward both the college and high school GPA. The grade earned becomes a permanent part of the student’s college transcript.
Testing Rules Post-Secondary Readiness Test (P.E.R.T.) – Students may have no more than two attempts taking the P.E.R.T. at the college. Initial Test - Can be taken at the college Retest – All students must attend at least one semester of high school between attempts. A retest form from an Academic Advisor will be required for the retest.
The Dual Enrollment statute now requires home school students to sign an articulation agreement with the college before the student is permitted to dual enroll. In addition, home school parents are required to complete a notarized affidavit indicating that they are registered with the school district home school office. Home School Dual Enrollment
Dual Enrollment College Course Selection College course (s): must be three or four credits must count toward high school diploma (either as required classes or elective hours) must be approved by the High School Counselor Students cannot take private lessons (such as music) Must count toward the college degree the student is seeking. Students must complete General Education requirements before they take electives. Exceptions to this would be SLS1122 or any course that is a university pre-requisite for the student’s intended bachelor’s degree major.
All dual enrolled students are limited to no more than 15 total college credit hours per semester in the fall and spring. In the summer semester students are limited to no more than 2 classes in each six week semester for a total of no more than 14 credit hours. Most college classes are 3 credit hours and we allowed 2 extra for labs.
Online Courses Dual Enrollment students are permitted to take one online college course in each 15 week college semester at Daytona State. They may take hybrid or mixed courses
Grade Procedures If a student earns an “F” or “FN” grade he/she is no longer permitted to participate in the dual enrollment program. If a student earns a “D” grade he/she will be permitted to retake that course only in the next semester(if the student meets both the high school and college GPA requirements). Once the course grade is posted the college and school district will review the grade and determine if future dual enrollment participation will be permitted. If a student withdraws twice he/she will not be permitted to continue to participate in dual enrollment.
Requirements for continued dual enrollment Dual Enrollment is a privilege meant to help students complete some of their college coursework before they graduate from high school. To continue to participate students must meet the following requirements: Maintain a 3.0 or higher unweighted high school GPA. Maintain a 2.0 or better overall college GPA.
Collegiate High School Collegiate high school is a form of dual enrollment that is mandated by 1007.273 Florida Statutes. Collegiate High School is an Early Admissions Program Students must be in the 11 th or 12 th grade to participate in the Collegiate High School program
Collegiate High School Students must have a 3.2 unweighted high school GPA to be eligible to participate in the program. Students must qualify for ENC1101 and MAC1105 on the P.E.R.T., SAT, or ACT. Students must complete an application for admission to the program. Once admitted students must attend a mandatory orientation during the summer and sign a contract.
Eligible Programs Associate of Science in: Internet Services Technology Computer Information Technology Computer Programming and Analysis Electrical Engineering Technology Simulation and Robotics Technology Computer Engineering Technology Associate of Arts Students in AS programs will be eligible to earn Cape Industry Certifications
Collegiate High School Students will be required to take 15-16 credits in the fall and spring semesters. Some students will be required to take summer courses. Students who start in 11 th grade and successfully complete all required courses will graduate with the degree they are seeking at the same time they graduate from high school. Students will be monitored by a college staff member and must meet with the staff member every semester.
Continuation in the Program Students who earn an “F” in Collegiate high school will no longer be eligible to participate. Students who earn a “D” and meet the GPA requirements will be eligible to continue in the regular dual enrollment program. Students must maintain a minimum 3.2 unweighted high school GPA and 2.5 cumulative college GPA. Students who withdraw from a class will be moved to regular dual enrollment.
Other things you need to know Federal Rights to Education Privacy Act (FERPA) The College will not register, drop, or withdraw a dual enrollment student if the student is not present. Dual Enrollment courses count in both the High School and College GPA and are part of the student’s permanent record. Dual Enrollment grades are weighted the same as IB and AP courses in the high school GPA. Students cannot take remedial course work while they are Dual Enrolled. Excess hours
Behavioral Requirements In addition, the following behavioral requirement is now addressed in F.S. 1007.271(3) Regardless of meeting student eligibility requirements for continued enrollment, a student may lose the opportunity to participate in a dual enrollment course if the student is disruptive to the learning process such that the progress of other students or the efficient administration of the course is hindered. Students in these situations will also be subject to the college disciplinary process.
Requirements Please note that the state statute and the college/school district Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement change every year. Current students are not grandfathered in when the rules change. If there is a change it will apply to any student that is dual enrolled. Changes are posted on our website at www.DaytonaState.edu/advising
The Process for Dual Enrollment See your High School Counselor Both Parent and Student will sign the form. The student must declare a major on the dual enrollment form.
The Process for Dual Enrollment Student will bring the form to the College Admissions office (on branch campuses this would be the Enrollment office) Admissions will enter the student’s information into the system and give the student a College ID number. Student will go to Assessment and take the P.E.R.T (if there are no SAT/ACT/FCAT scores) Student will take P.E.R.T. scores back to high the high school counselor.
The Process for Dual Enrollment High school counselor will verify student’s test scores and pick classes that the student needs for high school and college. They will enter that information on the form and sign beside each class. Student will bring the form to the DSC Academic Advising office of their choice. Advisor will verify signatures, class requirements, pre- requisites, test scores, etc. If there is a problem the advisor will not sign the form. You will be referred back to your high school counselor.
The Process for Dual Enrollment Student will be sent to registration to register and then they will be given 2 copies of their fee invoice. One is for the guidance counselor the other is for the student. ALL STUDENTS WILL BE TAUGHT TO ACCESS THEIR FALCONNET AND FALCONMAIL ACCOUNTS. Students should check their Falconmail regularly and they can access their grade at the end of the semester using Falconnet.
Home School Home school students follow the same basic process except that the Home School parent serves as the High School Counselor. We do not pick classes for home school students because we do not know what you need to meet high school requirements.
Books Home School and Private School students must purchase their own textbooks. Flagler county public school students will receive books from their high school. Volusia County Public School students will receive either a book or a voucher from the high school Destiny Textbook Coordinator. Public school students must return textbooks to the high school or they will be charged the full cost of the textbook.
Website Additional information including copies of the Articulation agreements can be found at: http://www.daytonastate.edu/advising/ There is a link on the left to Dual Enrollment Any Questions ?