Dual Credit Information for Principals, Counselors, and Teachers
Concurrent enrollment happens as a collaborative effort between IDOE, CHE, Ivy Tech and K-12 partners. Along with oversight provided by HLC and NACEP, concurrent enrollment carries the same rigor as a traditional college class. All requirements and deadlines are aligned to ensure high quality to the student. Dual Credit can be run simultaneously with AP classes to ensure students have an option, however, two separate college partners can’t run a simultaneous dual credit class at the high school.
- Ivy Tech works with Indiana high schools to deliver courses from the annually revised Crosswalk (possible link on this word). Focus is on providing concurrent enrollment programming that leads to completions such as the Indiana College Core or certificates in Next Level Programs of Study which are Career & Technical pathways.
- Course content is identical to on-campus offerings and incorporates the same syllabi, class assignments, and examinations while utilizing comparable textbooks.
- High school faculty teaching a concurrent enrollment course meet HLC credentialing requirements. Onboarding is completed to familiarize them with Ivy Tech policies and procedures, syllabi are reviewed to ensure alignment to college syllabi, site visits to concurrent enrollment classrooms are conducted to ensure content delivery is following Ivy Tech standards and professional development is offered in a rolling format to ensure best practices are being utilized.
- No tuition is charged to students or to the school. Ivy Tech covers the cost.
Concurrent Enrollment Credentialing Pathways:
Ivy Tech adheres to a credentialing process that aligns to principles established by the Higher Learning Commission. Please see the Faculty Credential Standards in the Helpful Links section. This standard applies to all courses except for those identified by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education as Priority Liberal Arts courses.
Priority (aka Alternative) Credentialing:
Ivy Tech allows, in specific courses set by CHE, dual credit faculty to teach classes that are listed on the Indiana College Core. This standard expires as of September 1, 2023 when full credentialing requirements will be the only standard in practice.
|2020-21 DocuSign Dual Credit MOU Statewide Template||2020-21 Dual Credit MOU Addendum Statewide Template|
|2020-21 Early College MOU Statewide Template||2020-2021 Statewide Dual Credit Academic Calendar|
|CHE (Commission for Higher Education) Resources||Dual Credit Crosswalk|
|DualEnroll.com is the student self-enrollment platform where students apply, enroll and drop dual credit classes, receive notifications regarding enrollment, etc.||Dual Credit Faculty Credentialing Q & A (Professional Development)|
|Dual Credit FAQ||Faculty Credential Standards|
|Fee Remission for High School Dual Credit Instructors||
HLC (Higher Learning Commission)
Indiana Dual Credit Legislation
|Level Up is a testing platform designed with K-12 learning objectives in mind to help high school students obtain the necessary skills to succeed in high school classes.||
NACEP: National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships is Ivy Tech’s accrediting agency.
|Next Level Programs of Study||Transfer Information|