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  • Dual Credit (also known as Dual Enrollment) allows current high school students to take college-level classes. Participating in dual credit work starts a college record that will go with students beyond high school. 

    Students are eligible to take a Dual Credit courses if they are:

    1. A sophomore level student
    2. Have a 2.5 GPA+

    Classes can be taken:

    • In person
      • at the high school, taught by a high school teacher who has been vetted and hired by the college to teach the upper level coursework
      • at the college campus (student responsible for travel to college campus site)
    • Online
      • through IDLA, taught by a high school teacher who has been vetted and hired by the college to teach the upper level coursework (student responsible for managing the college-specific LMS)
      • through the college directly (student responsible for managing the college-specific LMS)