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  • Dual Enrollment Courses Cleburne County High School

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment JUMP START PROGRAM

    A student is eligible to be a part of the Jump Start Dual Enrollment program if he or she meets the following requirements:

    ● 10th, 11th or 12th grade students ● 10th Grade Admission Requires CCHS Counselor Conference ● B average in course work ● Completed High School Authorization Form ● http://jsu.edu/undergraduate/docs/Supporting%20our%20Students%20Ma

    nual.pdf

    http://jsu.edu/undergraduate/docs/High%20School%20Authorization%20Form1.pdf

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment JUMP START PROGRAM

    Jump Start Dual Enrollment Mission

    The mission of the Jump Start Dual Enrollment program is to create a community of learners within the high school who have decided that college coursework is an option for them. These students actively participate in dual enrollment courses, navigate through the procedures of a JSU student, and take responsibility for their learning, making them well-equipped to enter any college or university and to be successful freshmen.

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment Anticipated On Campus Course Offerings: Department: Course # Course Title JSU Credit Hours Instructor EH 101 English Comp 3 Ader EH 102 English Comp 3 Ader EH 141 Oral Communications 3 Ader BY 101 Intro Biology I 3 Dasinger BY 103 Intro Biology I-Lab 1 Dasinger BY 102 Intro Biology II 3 Dasinger BY 104 Intro Biology II - Lab 1 Dasinger

    **Possible new class in the Fall/Spring 2020/2021** EH 201 American Lit. 3 Ader EH 202 American Lit. 3 Ader MS 112 College Algebra 3 Brown MS 113 College Algebra 3 Brown

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment Online Course Offerings: Department: Course # Course Title Credit Hours Instructor MS 204 Basic Statistics 3 Franklin HY 201 Am. History I 3 Fleming HY 202 Am. History II 3 Fleming PSY 201 Principles of Psy. 3 Gwarjanski AH 202 Art Appreciation 3 Anderson PSC 100 Intro. to Amer. Gov 3 Lester *These course offerings required CCHS counselor conference prior to registering. *

    Course offerings may differ each semester.

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment Courses costs as of Fall 2019-Spring 2020 Terms 3 hour course per semester: $463.50

    1 hour course per semester: $154.50

    *Tuition subject to change*

    ● There is no federal financial aid available for dual enrollment students (i.e. Pell Grants or loans through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, FAFSA), but prepaid programs (i.e. PACT, VA benefits) may be used.

    ● For PACT programs please contact the Office of Student Accounts. For information about veterans’ benefits and tuition, contact Veterans Services.

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment Courses payment options: Payment Options:

    You may pay the balance with a credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover), check, or you can set up a payment plan. The plan is optional and requires a $50.00 (nonrefundable) set-up fee per semester that is due at the time of enrollment in the plan. Payments are made directly to JSU. CCHS does not have access to JSU accounts.

    ● Make sure to have your student complete a FERPA form.

    Payment Plan and what does it cover?

    ● Tuition ● Jump Start students do not currently pay fees

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment JUMP START Program Scholarship

    Need based scholarship. Interested students must apply during the application window. This is available for fall and spring.

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment Courses Prerequisites: ● Students who want to take EH 101 are required to submit scores from ACT or

    SAT or complete the English EdReady in their MyJSU to a score of 90. ● For Math 112, a student must also complete the Math EdReady to a score of

    80 in order to take the class. High school math course of Pre-Calculus is a prerequisite for Math 112.

    ● High school science courses of Biology and Physical Science/Chemistry are prerequisites for Biology 101/103.

    ● You can learn more about EdReady placement tests at Learning Services.***

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment Courses Requirements: ***As a JSU Jump Start Dual Enrollment student you are required to follow both the student code of conduct in your local high school, as well as JSU’s student code of conduct. However, please note that appeals regarding grades and financial charges to student accounts will be directed to the Jump Start Dual Enrollment Appeal Board, which is comprised of various members of the JSU community.**

    ***Any student who is not achieving a B average in high school and college coursework or not meeting satisfactory progress is subject to no longer being able to participate in the program.***

    Students must have at least a C average to continue taking Dual Enrollment classes through JSU.

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment Courses Requirements: ● Jump Start Dual Enrollment students are able to take online courses with the

    approval of the participating high school. ● Jump Start Dual Enrollment can help facilitate the process by introducing the

    learning management system (Canvas). However, dual enrollment students must have regular access to an internet-enabled computer to be enrolled in a course.

    ● These classes, in order to count for dual enrollment credit, must be taken in lieu of, not in addition to, the regular high school course.

    ● For assistance with Canvas-related concerns please call the Canvas Student Support line at 256-782-8172.

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment JUMP START Program

    At JSU, we don't penalize our high-achieving students that take additional dual

    enrollment hours in regards to first-time freshman scholarships. We have had several

    students who have received scholarships and have completed from 21-30+ hours of DE.

    Often, these students have one semester of general ed requirements before starting

    their programs (i.e., nursing, applied engineering, etc.). This opens more opportunity in

    their schedule for them to take additional courses (like our J-STEAM FREE offerings,

    etc.).

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment J-STEAM Program

    ***The mission of the J-STEAM program is to offer high-level science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) courses to high school students in JSU's service region. The J-STEAM program is sponsored by a grant that allows student tuition and course related costs to be completely free!***

    ***J-STEAM is a program with limited availability. Students will be selected based on the date of their application.***

    *** Students enrolled in J-STEAM courses will be awarded tuition and book scholarships to cover those specific courses. Students may also apply for Jump Start Dual Enrollment Scholarships to cover courses taken outside of the J-STEAM program.***

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment J-STEAM Program

    Summer 2020 (Summer II Term; June 22-July 23)

    ● JSU Campus ○ BY 263 Human Anatomy & Physiology (with lab) (4 hour course)

    ■ Meeting time and instructor TBA ○ GY 120 World Regional Geography (3 hour course)

    ■ Meeting time and instructor TBA ○ ART 131 Graphic Design Technology (3 hour course)

    ■ Meeting time TBA with instructor Mary Dunn

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment J-STEAM Program

    Fall 2020 (August 18-December 8)

    ● Fort McClellan Location ○ CS 230 Computer Science (3 hour course)

    ■ MW (with some Fridays) 1:00-2:30 with instructor David Thornton

    ■ TT (with some Fridays) 7:30-9:00 with instructor Jay Snellen ○ ART 130 Creative Thinking (3 hour course)

    ■ MW (with some Fridays) 7:30-9:00 with instructor Patrice Anderson

  • Jacksonville State University Dual Enrollment J-STEAM Program

    Spring 2021 (January 12-May 4)

    ● Fort McClellan Location ○ ART 131 Graphic Design Technology (3 hour course)

    ■ MW (with some Fridays) 7:30-9:00 with instructor TBA ○ MS 204 Basic Statistics (3 hour course)

    ■ TT (with some Fridays) 7:30-9:00 with instructor TBA ○ CS 231 Computer Programming (3 hour course)

    ■ MW (with some Fridays) 1:00-2:30 with instructor TBA

  • Gadsden State Community College Dual Enrollment Program

    The Advanced College Enrollment Institute is Gadsden State dual enrollment program. ACE Institute permits eligible high school students to enroll in college courses concurrently with high school classes available online, on a Gadsden State campus or at the student’s high schools. They are earning college and high school credit simultaneously.

    Eligible students may enroll in the ACE Institute during the Summer, Fall and Spring semesters. ACE Institute students may enroll in any Gadsden State course deemed acceptable by the student’s high school, including general education courses and career technical courses.

    ACE Institute students are responsible for the cost of all tuition, fees, books, materials and supplies. Students enrolled in certain career technical programs identified as high wage, high demand may qualify for a scholarship. The

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