Continued Eligibility Requirements
Earn college credits at your high school
Dual enrollment courses can be taken at Partner Schools during the high school academic year. Students earn, at the same time, college credits and credits that fulfill requirements for high school graduation.
Courses are taught by either a high school instructor appointed as an FIU Courtesy Lecturer, or an FIU faculty or adjunct instructor.
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Take college courses at FIU Campus
On FIU Campus dual enrollment (Part Time) students take courses alongside FIU students. Students can get involved, make new friends, explore interests and make a difference. Don't be just a student - be a Panther.
Dual enrollment opportunities are available at:
- Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC) that spans 342 acres and is home to many of FIU's most recognized schools and colleges
- Biscayne Bay Campus (BBC) a waterfront campus home to schools of Journalism & Communication and Hospitality Management
- Engineering Center (EC), only a two-mile shuttle ride from MMC, a facility dedicated to innovation in the field of engineering, and home to the nationally recognized Wall of Wind
- FIU at I-75 offers opportunities for students closer to Broward and Palm Beach counties
- Using FIU Canvas, a learning management system that lets you log into your online classroom, students can interact with faculty and other students and take part in a dynamic and interactive fully online course.
Courses are designed to provide students with the same top quality experience that on-campus students enjoy. Students read chapters, submit assignments, participate in group projects, engage in discussions, reply to message boards and much more.
To earn dual credit your school must be a Partner School. Follow Steps to get started.
High school senior year at FIU
Full-Time/Dual Enrollment Early Admission allows seniors to complete their final year of high school at FIU. Students enroll in 12-15 college credit hours per semester. This program is not the same as freshmen admission to the university, but you can experience first-hand what life at FIU is like. Explore the campus, discover arts and culture, enjoy a variety of restaurants, get all you need on campus stores, and enjoy available resources.
If you have what it takes, request to be considered for an interview during your junior year. Submit interiew request email to [email protected] Interviews begin in April of each year.
To earn dual credit your school must be a Partner School.
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College Exposure-Dual Enrollment Program
The College Exposure-Dual Enrollment Program has afforded hundreds of academically driven students an alternative learning style since 1975. Specifically, the program fills an academic void by offering rising District of Columbia Public High Schools’ seniors the opportunity to maintain their high school status while enrolled part-time or full-time at a participating university. As well as making a college adjustment, many seniors are advanced college freshmen by the time they graduate.
The broad goals of the program are:
- To offer a more flexible educational continuum as an alternative to the traditional pattern of an eight through twelve grade curriculum
- To provide high school students who have an accelerated mastery of competencies by the junior year to enroll in first-year college-level courses
- To raise academic austerity and student motivation via exposure to collegiate rigor, expectations, and mechanics
Applications are available in your school counselor’s office during the spring of your Junior year.
2020 by the Numbers
Congratulations to our ICP students who were invited to participate in our dual-enrollment program. They will be taking credit-bearing courses in the Fall of 2020.
- This year, we received 61 applications and 15 scholarships were offered to rising high school students enrolled in a DCSP school.
We want to congratulate the students who participated in the 2019-2020 College Exposure-Dual Enrollment Program!These students earned college credit at Georgetown University and will begin their high education journey this upcoming Fall 2020.
2019 by the Numbers
During the Fall semester, 15 High School Students were enrolled in taking courses on Georgetown’s main campus.
Our students participated from the following high schools: Wilson High School, Ron Brown High School, Cardozo High School, Coolidge High School, and Duke Ellington School of the Arts.
- 11 students finished and earned a grade of C or better.
- 5 students opted in and enrolled in a course in the Spring 2020 semester.
Class Curriculum includes:
- SOCI 129: Revolution & Society
- SOCI 127: Sociology & Cult: Drake
- INAF 104: Beginners Swahili I
- CHEM 024: Chem of Human Body
- INAF 269: What Really Happened Camps
- MATH 221: Combinatorics
- AFAM 101: Intro to African American Studies
- TPST 120: Acting 1
- PHIL 166: Feminist Philosophy
- GOVT 060: International Relations
- ECON 003: Principles of Econ: Macro/Micro
- HIST 170: History of Russia
- CPLT 090: Gateway: Intro to Comp Lit
We invite you to stay connected with us by visiting the COVID-19 Updates webpage, as we navigate the impact of this pandemic in our communities and programs.
DCPS changes its approach to dual enrollment
by Kellye Lynn, ABC7 Monday, April 10th 2017
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — At 17-years-old, Cherisse Hayes is already clear about her career path. “I’ve always wanted to be a journalist. Part of it was because I always wanted to travel. I was always reading,” she told ABC7 News.
The Duke Ellington School of the Arts senior will soon study journalism on a full scholarship at George Washington University. The oldest of three sisters, Hayes feels ready for college, in part, because she’s already there. “Currently I’m enrolled in Macroeconomics. Last semester I took Microeconomics,” she explained. Hayes didn’t take the courses at George Washington, but at Catholic University through the DC Public Schools Dual Enrollment and College Exposure Programs.
Erin Bibo is Deputy Chief of College and Career Programs at DCPS. “It gives our students a head start on college. They’re earning college credits; sometimes up to six during their high school years,” she offered.
DCPS students can take classes not only at Catholic University but also at Georgetown, George Washington, Howard and UDC Community College. Program coordinators say limiting dual enrollment to five college campuses starting this school year, gives students more peer support and a better chance at success.
Bibo continued, “We have a lot of McKinley students right now who are going to Howard and they go to office hours together, they talk to their professor together, and that’s a really proven successful model.”
According to DCPS, many of the 150 students participating in the tuition-free dual enrollment program this year are performing better than last year.
Seventeen-year-old Amina Vargas, also a senior at Duke Ellington, is taking Spanish at Howard University. “The professors there are way different than the teachers here. It really helps you become more organized, more mature, and it really makes you grow up a lot faster,” she said.
The Dual Enrollment program is open to all high school students attending DC Public Schools.
Click here for full article. (WJLA)
Dual enrollment dcps
Dual enrollment is an acceleration mechanism that allows student to pursue an advanced curriculum relevant to their postsecondary interests. Dual enrollment provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while simultaneously earning high school credit through dual enrollment. Colleges and universities that offer dual enrollment courses to Duval County Public School students must do so by way of an articulation agreement, which describes the parameters for which the students may participate.
Duval County partners with three postsecondary institutions, Edward Waters University (EWU), Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), and Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). Each institution is accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award credit.
Under the umbrella of dual enrollment, there are several options for students: (1) Traditional Dual Enrollment where college courses taught by credentialed high school teachers offered at DCPS high schools through EWU, ERAU, and FSCJ or students may take courses on FSCJ’s campus; (2) FSCJ Early College; and (3) FSCJ Early Admission.
Early College participants apply and are accepted in Grade 8, begin the program in Grade 9, and are working on earning both their high school diploma and associates degree.
Through Traditional Dual Enrollment students may take courses on the high school campus through EWU, ERAU, and/or FSCJ. Students may also take courses on FSCJ’s campus. EWU and ERAU are private institutions and currently only have GPA requirements. FSCJ is a state college and by state statue has both GPA and testing requirements. To participate through FSCJ students must have a minimum cumulative unweighted 3.0 GPA and qualifying test scores on the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT), ACT, or SAT.
If eligible and courses are available, a student may take his/her first dual enrollment course Semester 2 of Grade 10 through Traditional Dual Enrollment. In Grade 11 and 12, eligible students may participate in Traditional Dual Enrollment and take up to three (3) total dual enrollment courses each semester (fall/spring). Out of the three (3) courses eligible students may take a maximum of two (2) courses on an FSCJ campus. Eligibility requirements vary by postsecondary institution and from year to year.
If a student is enrolled in a traditional high school in Grade 11 and meets the eligibility requirements, he/she may apply for participation in Early Admission. Through Early Admission students attend FSCJ full time for his/her senior year. Currently students must have an unweighted 3.5 GPA when Semester 1 grades post in Grade 11 and College Ready PERT/ACT/SAT scores. Interested students must meet the fall application deadline established by his/her designated high school designated dual enrollment coordinator. The very last day for schools to submit student registration documents is May 1st (by 2:00 PM) of the student’s Junior year. There are no exceptions to the registration deadlines.
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