Parent Consent


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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.