AUTOMATION & REPORTING
Automate manual processes, get real time data and generate compliance reports
HIGHER COMPLETION RATES
DualEnroll.com increases student participation driving persistance and completion
Seamlessly collaborate with and expand your high school network
71% of dual enrollment students continue at the same college after graduation
Richer Dual Enrollment Programs Drive Readiness, Enrollment & Completion
RIGOR AND CHOICE
Expand course options to keep students engaged, target individual goals
User-friendly process, reminders and progress tracking keep students on track to complete enrollment
Seamlessly collaborate with admissions and expand your network of contacts
AUTOMATION & REPORTING
Reduce paper forms, automate process steps, get real time reminders, data and reports
UNIFIED MGMT CONSOLE
Course information, enrollment and registration management for multiple colleges in one interface
Streamlined process, automated reminders, wizards and progress bars keep students on track
EXPANDED COURSE OFFERINGS
Course research tools, progress bars, peer ratings keep students engaged and motivated
Every dual enrollment course completed increases the likelihood of degree completion
BENEFITS OF DUAL ENROLLMENT
- Research shows that students, high schools and colleges all derive meaningful benefits when students participate in dual enrollment. DualEnroll.com automates time consuming, error prone manual process to support greater student participation, more course options, and expanded partnerships between high schools and colleges.
- A growing body of research documents the benefits of dual enrollment. U.S. Department of Education, Principal Indicators of Student Academic Histories in Postsecondary Education 1972-2000, (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education, 2004).
- College credits earned prior to high school graduation reduce the average time-to-degree and increase the likelihood of graduation for the students who participate in these programs. U.S. Department of Education, Principal Indicators of Student Academic Histories in Postsecondary Education 1972-2000, (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education, 2004).
- In Florida, where access to dual enrollment programs is fairly open, African American students who participate in a dual enrollment program enroll in postsecondary education at higher rates than peers who do not, 70% to 45%. Florida Department of Education, Dual Enrollment Students Are More Likely to Enroll in Postsecondary Education.
- After controlling for academic ability, students with prior credit from dual enrollment returned for a second year at a rate of 89% versus 76% for students with no prior credit. Eimers, M., & Mullen, R. (2003, May). Dual credit and Advanced Placement: Do they help prepare students for success in college?. Paper presented at the Annual AIR Fall Conference, Tampa, FL.