Welcome High School Administrators & School Counselors!
We look forward to working with your faculty, staff and students in conjunction with our Dual Enrollment program! COTC currently has 40 high school partners offering Dual Enrollment courses and the number is growing!
How does the program work?
High school qualified instructors receive COTC adjunct instructor status through a credential review process and teach COTC courses at the high school during the regular high school day. This is convenient to both the high school student and the high school/adjunct instructor. High school/adjunct instructors are matched to a COTC faculty partner for assistance with the syllabus and course questions. High school/adjunct instructors will be required to attend a half day professional development program in June. The high school agreement and teacher's agreement forms provide additional information.
High School Instructor Qualifications: Instructors/Administrators may send resumes and transcripts to be reviewed at any time to High School Options at firstname.lastname@example.org. Instructors need to have at least a Master's degree which includes 18 graduate semester hours in the content area. Another option is to have earned a Master's degree in the content area. For technical courses, both experience and education will be considered.
What are the costs?
No fees are charged to the school district or high school. School districts receive full subsidy for the Dual Enrollment program students.
Tuition is free for students!
What about grades?
Students earn both high school and college credits.
Once the student has completed the dual enrollment course, a grade is recorded on the COTC transcript. The grade received from the high school instructor is the grade that is recorded on the student's COTC transcript.
COTC Course Descriptions, 2013-2014:
If you have any questions about our program or how to get started with the review process, please contact High School Options at 740.755.7507 or email@example.com.