Dual credit students are “regular” university students and are expected to attend all class appointments and complete assignments on time.
Classes typically require two hours of homework/study for each hour of class.
Good study habits and time management skills are essential.
Students encountering difficulties are encouraged to seek assistance from their instructor.
In order to maintain regular academic standing at the university, a student must achieve a grade of at least a “C” in each course – a low GPA could result in academic dismissal.
Students choosing to withdraw for a course must do so before the deadline by contacting the university academic records office. A student who is not attending is not automatically dropped from a course. Withdrawing from a course could impact high school graduation.
Once a course starts no refund is given.
Students must check their course scores and submit assignments as requested by their instructor through the university course management system Desire to Learn (D2L).