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Madison Plains/Urbana University Dual Enrollment Program Autumn 2011 Presentation by Ms. Pamala Drone 1
2 Madison Plains High School Students earn both high school credit and college credit for the same course.
Familiar setting with known faculty No travel time or mileage expense No bookstore expenses Low tuition Transferable credit to most 4-year schools Practice in filling out applications and registration forms Earning credit twice for the same course No application fee 3
Field Trip to College Campus College ID and University Library Privileges Urbana Honor Cords at Graduation Recognition at Scholarship Banquet Certificate of Participation Savings in cost and time by taking Basic Education Requirements before entering College. Resumé builder 4
Sophomore, Junior or Senior status 3.0 gpa Teacher Recommendation 5
1. Fill out the Dual Enrollment Application. 2. Turn it in to the Guidance Office by September 8, 2011 at 3 pm. 3. Await acceptance letter from the University. 6
1. Fill out the class registration form and submit to the Guidance Office by September 29, 2011 at 3 pm. 2. Tuition will be billed from Urbana University at $225 per class. First semester class payment will come due in November; Second semester and year long class payments will come due in March. 7
Qualified instructors must have a degree/certificate/licensure in the content area of the Dual Enrollment course as well as a Master’s Degree. The Madison Plains class must align with an Urbana University course offering and the class syllabus must be approved by the University. 8
Mrs. BiggamJr. College English (ENG 102)* Jr. College English (ENG 106)* Mr. J. HenryFarm Management 4 (BUS 100) Ms. BoyleHealth & Wellness (HEA 152)* Mr. Siders(PED 109)* Ms. RichardsonAdv. Chemistry (CHE 101) Mrs. HildebrandtBiology 2 (BIO 227) 10
Mr. Sondej Trans College Math (MAT 106)* Mrs. Johnson Drawing I (ART 102)* Ancient Art Apprec. (ART 211)* Modern Art Apprec. (ART 212)* Mrs. BriggsAP American History (HST 202) Mr. Wolfe *semester classes 11
A fund has been set up to help defray the costs of these classes. It is funded by donations and fundraisers. We are a 501(c)3, therefore tax deductible. Checks should be made payable to Madison Plains High School with Dual Enrollment written in the memo. Donations should be given to Mr. J. Henry. The amount of reimbursement is based on the amount available in the account in May and is divided by the total number of qualifiable classes taken. 13
In order to qualify for the scholar reimbursement, a student must: Maintain a 3.0 GPA Have Earned an A or B in all Urbana classes Miss no more than 3 days per semester without medical/legal documentation Have no Saturday school, suspensions or other behavior referrals. Apply for the reimbursement in May per announcements 14
September 1, 2011 Parent/Student Orientation September 2, 2011 Applications given out September 8, 2011 Applications due to Guidance office by 3pm September 29, 2011 Registrations due to Guidance Office by 3pm. October 7, 2011 Field Trip to Urbana April 27, 2012 Field Trip to OSU (tentative) 15
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