Presentation on theme: "2011-12 Dual Enrollment Program October 2011. 1 Dual enrollment is when students go to a local college/university to take college courses. In some cases."— Presentation transcript:
1 Dual enrollment is when students go to a local college/university to take college courses. In some cases students can earn credit (Dual Credit) at both their high school and at the college. This depends on the course and the high school. At CPS this used to be called “College Bridge” or “College Excel”. What is Dual Enrollment?
2 Lowers the cost of college ($300-$2000/course) Reduces the time needed to earn a degree/trade certificate Helps with the transition to post-secondary Provides more rigorous high school class options for its students What are the Benefits of Dual Enrollment?
3 Currently Dual Enrollment is offered for free through the City Colleges of Chicago. City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) has increased the number of seats available this year to 700 per semester (100/school). This applies to Fall, Spring & Summer, however students can only take classes participate in Dual Enrollment through the spring semester of their senior year. Students will have to pay for books and transportation unless funded through the high school Students can still choose to pay for courses through other colleges and universities. How Spaces Are Available in 2011-12?
4 Who qualifies for Dual Enrollment at CCC? Juniors or Seniors in High School Minimum GPA of 2.5 Have 90% attendance rate in high school Math: ACT Math 21+ or COMPASS English: ACT reading 19+ and writing sample or COMPASS
5 What classes do students usually take? Students can choose from a variety of IAI articulated courses that will transfer to more than 100 participating colleges and universities throughout Illinois (UIC, U of I, DePaul, and many more!). For a complete list of participating schools: http://www.itransfer.org/iai/participating.aspx?section=studentshttp://www.itransfer.org/iai/participating.aspx?section=students Popular courses have been: English: 101, 102 (Composition) Math – Liberal Arts: 118 (General Education Math) 125 (Statistics) Math - STEM:140, 141, 143 (Pre-Calculus Courses) 207 (Calculus) Psychology: 201 (General Psych) History: 111, 112 (American) 141, 142, (World) Chemistry: 121, or 201 (Basic or General Chemistry) Biology: 114 or 121 (Basic or General Biology) Foreign Languages: Variety
6 Dual Enrollment Procedure 1.Identify the eligible student(s) at CPS schools. 2.Set up appointment with College Advisor, previous slide. 3.Collect necessary materials Copy of Student ID Evidence of College Readiness (ACT or COMPASS scores) – If a student is not college eligible via ACT, they can come to a CCC campus to take the COMPASS Placement test. Contact the advisor on the previous page to inquire about testing. Signed permission form. 4.Sign student up for class Enrollment begins November 7th Questions, Concerns, or Comments for City Colleges of Chicago: Mike Davis (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org Sharon Williams (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org
7 Who do you contact to enroll students? CollegeAddressContactPhone Daley College 7500 S. Pulaski Road Chicago, IL 60652 Collette Rogers(773) 838-7838 Harold Washington College 30 East Lake Street Chicago, IL 60601 Kim Bowens(312) 553-5666 Kennedy-King College 6301 S. Halsted Avenue Chicago, IL 60621 Kay Trotter(773) 602-5117 Malcolm X College 1900 W. Van Buren Street Chicago, IL 60612 Greg Shumpert(312) 850-7279 Olive-Harvey College 10001 S. Woodlawn Avenue Chicago, IL 60628 Glasetta Barksdale(773) 291-6732 Truman College 1145 W. Wilson Avenue Chicago, IL 60640 Nicole Gould(773) 907-4392 Wright College 4300 N. Narragansett Avenue Chicago, IL 60634 Mila Simeonovska(773) 481-8038 Daley College 7500 S. Pulaski Road Chicago, IL 60652 Collette Rogers(773) 838-7838
8 Other initiatives? CPS Early College initiatives will reach beyond dual enrollment: Dual Credit at High School: Students can take college classes taught at your high school (by your teachers who are certified as adjunct professors or outside adjunct professors). These credits can be transferred to most 4 year institutions and will also give them high school credit. Articulation Agreements: Provide college credit for classes currently being taught in the high school (such as a CTE course). The credit is school specific and earned once they enroll. Early College High Schools: Schools (such as the IBM schools) who offer students the opportunity to earn an associates degree while in high school News Story in the Tribune: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/education/ct-met-cps-vocational-school-1013-20111013,0,706993,print.story http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/education/ct-met-cps-vocational-school-1013-20111013,0,706993,print.story Summer Opportunities: Students can earn college credit over the summer in a variety of formats WHAT OPPORTUNITIES DO YOU WANT AT YOUR SCHOOL?
10 ACT Scores – English e-write AND one of the following tests COMPASS Reading ACT Reading English Course Placement 21-491-11 Pre-credit English/ Writing I 3-4 Pre-credit English/ Writing II 5-650-6412-13 ENG 098: Composition/ Writing III 7-865-7914-18 ENG 100: Composition 9-10+80-9919-33 ENG 101: Composition (College Level) How do your ACT Scores Map to College Placement at City Colleges of Chicago?
11 ACT Scores – Math Placement test ACT Scores Mathematics Placement ACT Math 1-14 Pre-Credit Math—3001/3002 15-16 Math 098—Beginning Algebra with Geometry Or Pre-credit 3003/3004 17-20 Math 099—Intermediate Algebra with Geometry 21-23 Math 118—General Education Math Math 121—Math for Elementary Teachers I Math 125—Introductory Statistics Math 140—College Algebra Math 143—Pre-Calculus 24-34 Math 135—Finite Math Math 141—Trigonometry Math 146—Discrete Math Math 204—Business Calculus Math207—Calculus and Analytic Geometry I How do your ACT Scores Map to College Placement at City Colleges of Chicago?