Important Information for high school counselors and administrators of dual enrollment students: Dual Enrollment Best Practices Handbook
Dual Enrollment Forms:
Interested in hosting/ teaching on-site dual enrollment classes at your high school?
- Your Enrollment Specialist can help answer any questions, or connect you with the appropriate Gadsden State staff member who can.
- Contact Human Resources and refer to the Best Practices Handbook for required credentials in your subject area/intended course
Office of Human Resources
Gadsden State Community College
Phone: (256) 549-8235
- Discuss offering the class with your school counselor to plan to offer the class in the high school schedule
- Counselor should follow state guidelines for course equivalencies
- Classes can be fit into block or period schedule formats
- Classes can be taught in a semester, or two in mini-mesters within the same semester
- Classes do not have a minimum number of students if being taught by an adjunct faculty member at the high school
- Apply as Adjunct/Part Time Instructor
- Notify your Enrollment Specialist that you have applied as an adjunct for an on-site class.
- Enrollment Services will then work with the appropriate Instructional Division to monitor the status of your application and, if approved, the implementation of your course.
PREP FOR CLASS
- Contact your Division Chair for curriculum, syllabus, Blackboard, roster verification, grading and book information. Your Instructional Division Chair is the supervisory instructional contact. http://www.gadsdenstate.edu/instruction
- Once the class is created, your Enrollment Specialist will assist students in applying to Gadsden State and registering for your class.
- Some technical classes may be ACE scholarship eligible.
- Some academic classes may be paid for by ACE scholarship, if the student is also taking a technical course in an eligible program.
*On-site course offerings are not guaranteed based on inquiry. Instructors must complete the hiring process and meet the same credentials as college instructors teaching on-campus. Depending on the courses offered, the addition of instructional sites sometimes requires notification to SACSCOC for accreditation purposes.