Orientation Dual Enrollment orientation is mandatory for all students participating in the program. The Dual Enrollment face-to-face orientation includes:
Benefits and advantages of being part of the program
A detailed explanation of policies and procedures
The role of parents and advisors within the program
A student’s rights and responsibilities, as a Dual Enrollee
Parking decals, student identification card and book vouchers
Reading and understanding a degree audit
WITHDRAW POLICY The College recognizes there are many reasons influencing your decision to withdraw from a course during a term. Be aware that a withdrawal may affect:
Your eligibility to continue participation in the dual enrollment program.
Any financial aid awards or other benefits you may expect to receive in the future.
Your subsequent admission to another post-secondary college or university.
All courses attempted will be included on your permanent college transcripts, including those that you withdraw from and all grades, including “W” for withdrawal, will be transmitted back to your high school for inclusion on your high school transcripts.
All grades are calculated in your GPA and will appear on your college transcript.
Since dual enrollment courses have an effect on both your high school records and your college transcripts, you must speak with your counselor to decide if withdrawing from a course is the best course of action. What You’ll Need – Parking Decals
Official picture I.D. (driver license, passport or military I.D.)
Current paid class schedule
What You’ll Need to Bring – MDCard
You must bring an official picture ID (driver license, passport or military I.D.)
current paid class schedule
When and where are Dual Enrollment courses offered? Courses are offered after school hours, weekends and during summer vacation. Can Dual Enrollment courses be taken online? No, Dual Enrollment students are not allowed to take courses online. How many credits are awarded for Dual Enrollment courses? Three or more college credits (depending on course) are awarded for each Dual Enrollment course. Do Dual Enrollment courses transfer to other colleges and/or universities? Dual enrollment course credit transfers to any public college or university that offers that course with the same prefix and number. If a student does not attend the same college or university where they earned that Dual Enrollment credit, the application of the college credit to general education, prerequisite, or degree programs may vary at the receiving institutions.