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2017-2018
DUAL ENROLLMENT HANDBOOK
for
PARENTS, STUDENTS, SCHOOL COUNSELORS,
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACTS and INSTRUCTORS
Prepared by
Pasco-Hernando State College
Office of Student Development
and
Hernando County School District
Division of Academic Services
Dr. Lori Romano
Superintendent
Hernando County School District
School Board:
Beth Narverud, Chairperson
Mark Johnson, Vice Chairperson
Susan Duval, Board Member
Gus Guadagnino, Board Member
Linda Prescott, Board Member
Table of Contents
I. General Guidelines for Dual Enrollment (DE) Participation
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
Important Dates……………………………….……………………………………………………..……………..........……….
Introduction & Contact Information...….…..………………………………..……………………………….....………
What is Dual Enrollment.…………………………………………………………………………………………………………
What are the Benefits.…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Eligibility Guidelines.…………………………………………….…………………….......………………………….…….....
Participation Guidelines.…………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Placement Testing Requirements…………………………………....………………………….…………….……….....
Sequence of Courses & Equivalency……………...…………….…………………………………………….…….…....
Textbook & Materials..…………….……………………………….…………………………………………….................
1. Distribution and Collection Procedures…………………………………………………………………………….
2. Distribution and Collection Schedule………………………………………………………………………………..
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II. Enrollment Process and Instructions
A. Check List………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
B. Forms………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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III. Roles and Responsibilities
A. Students and Parents……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
B. Certified School Counselors
1. Completing the Hernando County Dual Enrollment Request Form (SS-SO-049).……..….……
C. School-Based Administrator
1. Credentials of Eligible DE Instructors…………………………………………………………………………….…..
D. Instructors
1. Grades, Grade Collection and Change of Grades.………………………………………………………………
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IV. Appendices
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
HCSD DE Agreement Letter……………………………………………………………………………………………………..
PHSC Application for Admission-SAR-57………………………………………………………………………………….
HCSD High School/PHSC Dual Enrollment-SO-SS-049……………………………………………………………….
PHSC Registration Form-SAR-5………………………………………………………………………………………………..
HCSD Student Initiated Withdrawal Parent Notification Letter-SO-SS-049.….…………………………
HCSD Student Initiated Withdrawal Request Form-SCN-3….…………………………………………………..
PHSC Instructor Initiated Withdrawal Request Form-SCN-11…………………………………..……………..
HCSD Dual Enrollment Textbook Voucher-SO-SS-126……………………………………………………………..
PHSC Grade Change Form-IIN-16 ……………………………………………………………………………………………
HSCB Dual Enrollment Course Request Form………………………………………………………………………….
PHSC Employment Application Form………………………………………………………………………………………
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It is the policy of the Hernando County School District not to illegally discriminate or allow its employees to illegally
discriminate and prohibits any and all forms of discrimination and harassment based on race, color, ethnicity, religion,
national origin, sex, age, gender, marital status, disability, genetic information, lack of English language skills or other
basis prohibited by law in any of its programs, services, activities or employment practices.
For questions regarding equity within the school system, please contact
Michelle Kernan
by email ([email protected]),
phone (352-797-7000), or
mail (919 N. Broad St. Brooksville, FL 34601)
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Important Dates for Dual Enrollment
Dual Enrollment
Web and On-Campus
Term I: Aug 21 – Dec 8
Holidays:
Sept 4, Oct 5, Nov 11,
Nov 23-26, Dec 14-Jan 2
Term II: Jan 8 – April 30
Holidays:
Jan 15, March 5-11
Term III: TBD
Holidays:
Activity
Registration for Student with 45+
credits
Seniors 3.5+ GPA
Seniors 3.0+ GPA
Juniors 3.5+ GPA
Juniors 3.0+ GPA
Sophomore 3.5+ GPA
Sophomore 3.0+ GPA
New & Returning application window
Last date to submit registration for on
HS campus courses
Activity
Textbook Check-out
Classes Begin Term I
Last Day to Drop Term I
Last Day to Apply for Graduation
Last Day to Withdraw Term I
Last Day of Classes Term I
Commencement
Grades Submitted Term I
Textbook Drop-Off
Activity
Textbook Check-out
Classes Begin Term II
Last Day to Drop Term II
Last Day to Apply for Graduation
Last Day to Withdraw Term II
Last Day of Classes Term II
Grades Submitted Term II
Textbook Drop-off
Commencement
Activity
Textbook Check-out
Classes Begin Term II
Last Day to Drop Term II
Last Day to Apply for Graduation
Last Day to Withdraw Term II
Last Day of Classes Term II
TERM 1 - Fall 2017
May 15 – Aug 20
TERM II - Spring 2018
October 31 – January 7
August 1 9:00 a.m.
August 1 1:00 p.m.
August 2 9:00 a.m.
August 2 1:00 p.m.
August 3 9:00 a.m.
August 3 1:00 p.m.
May 23 - August 19, 2017
August 25, 2017
November 29 9:00 a.m.
November 29 1:00 p.m.
November 30 9:00 a.m.
November 30 1:00 p.m.
December 1 9:00 a.m.
December 1 1:00 p.m.
Nov 7 – January 6, 2018
January 12, 2018
HS Campus Classes
August 10, 15, 16, 28
August 21
August 25
PHSC Campus Classes
August 21
August 25
November 3
November 2
December 8
December 12
December 12 by 9:00 pm
December 11, 12
HS Campus Classes
PHSC Campus Classes
December 14, 15, 19 and January 16
January 8
January 12
March 2
March 29
April 30
May 1 by 9:00 pm
May 2,3
May 3
PHSC Campus Classes
Attendance Matters
Registering/adding courses must be completed prior to the first class meet.
Classes may not be added after the first class meets.
The last day to register in person is the day before classes begin each term.
For the Fall (Term I), this will be the Friday, August 18 before the first class meet.
For the Spring (Term II), this will be the Friday, January 5 before the first class meet.
The last day to register for online classes is the day before classes begin each term.
For the Fall (Term I), this will be Sunday, August 20 at 11:59 p.m.
For the Spring (Term II), this will be Sunday, January 7 at 11:59 p.m.
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Introduction & Contact Information
Pasco-Hernando State College (PHSC) and the District School Board of Hernando County are pleased to
provide secondary students and parent/guardians with this “Dual Enrollment Handbook” so that they may
better understand the dual enrollment process. We believe that the Dual Enrollment Program is a great
option for students and a very worthwhile collaborative effort between both institutions.
Each year PHSC and the School District establish a Dual Enrollment Agreement which is part of the InterInstitutional Articulation Agreement that details all the jointly established criteria and processes. While
this “Dual Enrollment Handbook” is designed to be a brief, self-help guide, it does not replace the Dual
Enrollment Agreement. Therefore, your best source of complete information is the Dual Enrollment
Agreement. This document can be found at https://phsc.edu/explore-programs/dual-enrollment. You
may also find additional information at https://phsc.edu/high-school-programs. If you have any
questions or suggestions for improving the Dual Enrollment Agreement or this Handbook, please contact
us.
We thank you for the opportunity to serve your assistance and your diligent efforts to serve students.
PHSC contacts:
Dr. Amy Anderson
Provost, Spring Hill
Spring Hill Campus
450 Beverly Court
Spring Hill, FL 34606
(352) 340-4801
E-mail: [email protected]
Dr. Donna Burdzinski
Provost, North Campus
North Campus
1415 Ponce de Leon Boulevard (US 98 North)
Brooksville, FL 34601-8698
(352) 797-5001
E-mail: [email protected]
Karin Glessner, (SHS, WWHS)
Assistant Dean of Student Development
Spring Hill Campus
(352) 340-4823
E-mail: [email protected]
Arlene York, (CHS, HHS, NCTHS)
Assistant Dean of Student Development
North Campus
(352) 797-5009
E-mail: [email protected]
Advisors:
Stacie Vasquez
Pablo Garcia
Darcy McDowell
Holly Sigismondi
Holly Sigismondi
352-797-5147
352-797-5175
352-797-5147
352-340-4854
352-340-4854
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Hernando High School
Central High School
Nature Coast Technical High School
Springstead high School
Weeki Wachee High School
District School Board of Hernando County contacts:
Dr. Marcia Austin
Supervisor of Secondary Programs
(352) 797-7051
FAX: (352) 797-7151
E-mail: [email protected]
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A. What is Dual Enrollment?
Dual Enrollment is an acceleration program that allows eligible grades 6-12 students currently attending an
accredited Hernando County public school to simultaneously enroll in a college courses. The credits must
be applied toward both high school graduation and a program of study acceptable toward a college
Associate or Baccalaureate degree, or Technical Certificate. Students may take these courses before,
during, after the school day, and during the summer. (FS 1007.271(1)). The Dual Enrollment Course—High
School Subject Area Equivalency List, which is updated annually is a tool that identifies dual enrollment
courses guaranteed to satisfy specific high school graduation subject area requirements. Students are
exempt from the payment of registration, tuition, and laboratory fees. Instructional materials for the
courses are made available to students free of charge.
Collegiate High School Program is another form of Dual Enrollment for 11th and 12th grade students.
Students in the Collegiate High School Program are eligible to complete 30 or more hours towards an
associate in arts or associate in science degree. Students desiring to earn CAPE industry certifications
pursuant to s.1008.44 should consult with a PHSC academic advisor to register for the courses necessary to
earn a CAPE industry certification. (FS 1007.273)
Early Admission Program is another form of dual enrollment through which eligible secondary students
enroll in a postsecondary institution on a full-time basis in courses that are creditable toward the high
school diploma and the associate or baccalaureate degree. A student must enroll in a minimum of 12
college credit hours per semester or the equivalent to participate in the early admission program;
however, a student may not be required to enroll in more than 15 college credit hours per semester or the
equivalent.
Career Early Admission Program is a form of career dual enrollment through which eligible secondary
students enroll full time in a career center or a Florida College System institution in postsecondary
programs leading to industry certifications, as listed in the CAPE Postsecondary Industry Certification
Funding List, and which are creditable toward the high school diploma and the certificate or associate
degree. Participation in the career early admission program is limited to students who have completed a
minimum of 4 semesters of full-time secondary enrollment.
What are the Differences?
Traditional Dual Enrollment
Eligible secondary students with
college ready scores in all subsections
(exception for up to 12 credits)
Application deadline – last day prior to
the start of the term (SAR-57)
Course access based on availability
Registration on designated dates
Credit load of 0-16 credits per term
Attend classes on a high school and/or
PHSC campus
Withdrawal with restrictions on the
dropped course
Restrictions on failed courses
Eligible to participate in social events,
honors and graduation ceremonies
with their cohort
Collegiate High School
Early Admission
Eligible 11th – 12th graders with college
ready scores in all subsections
Eligible secondary students with college
ready scores in all subsections
Application deadline – March 1 for Fall
term (SAR-88)
Guaranteed priority courses access
Registration with regular PHSC students
Credit load of 12-16 credits per term
All classes on a PHSC campus
Application deadline – last day prior to
the start of the term (SAR-57)
Guaranteed priority courses access
Registration with regular PHSC students
Credit load of 12-16 credits per term
All classes on a PHSC campus
Withdrawal with restrictions on the
dropped course. Student exits program
Restrictions on failed courses. Student
exits program if under 12 cr.
Eligible to participate in social events,
honors and graduation ceremonies with
their cohort
Withdrawal with restrictions
Restrictions on failed courses
Eligible to participate in social events,
honors and graduation ceremonies with
their cohort
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B. What are the benefits?
Some of the benefits to participating in dual enrollment include:
1. Enriches the course opportunities for outstanding students
2. Enhances students’ academic transcripts strengthening their application for admission to
postsecondary institutions
3. Shortens the time to attain a college degree
4. Saves students and parents money, as dual enrollment students are exempt from paying application,
registration, tuition, laboratory, special fees and textbooks. [Florida Statute §1007.271 (1) (2)].
However, students must return all textbooks and materials to the School Board Textbook
Depository.
5. Courses have a weighted value, potentially boosting student’s GPA
6. Provides students with college credits that are transferable to an in-state college or university (A
student with fewer than 12 credits is considered a freshman when admitted to college). Out of state
colleges/universities may or may not accept dual enrollment credits.
7. Courses count toward Bright Futures state scholarship
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I. GENERAL GUIDELINES
A. Eligibility Criteria (FS 1007.271 (2))
Criteria
Traditional DE
Collegiate High School
Early Admission
High School GPA
3.0
3.0
3.0
College Readiness Score Refer to the test table
Refer to the test table
Refer to the test table
Continued Participation 2.0 PHSC – 3.0 High School 2.0 PHSC – 3.0 High School 2.0 PHSC – 3.0 High School
Note: The student must provide evidence of satisfactory placement testing / college readiness scores. All
students planning to enroll in dual enrollment academic college credit courses must achieve a satisfactory score
(test into ENC1101 in both Reading and English/Sentence Skills) on a common college placement test adopted
by the State Board of Education which indicates that the student is ready for college-level coursework. Such
test may include Postsecondary Readiness Test (PERT), American College Testing (ACT), the Scholastic Aptitude
Test (SAT)).
B. Placement Testing Score Requirements
ALL STUDENTS ENTERING PHSC MUST COMPLETE THE P.E.R.T., SAT, ACT or TABE BEFORE REGISTERING
FOR CLASSES. STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE ALL PORTIONS OF THE APPROPRIATE PLACEMENT TEST.
The State of Florida has established minimum entry-level test scores for students seeking to enroll in
college-credit courses and career-technical courses. A student may not be enrolled in a college credit
mathematics or English course on a dual enrollment basis unless the student has demonstrated adequate
pre-collegiate preparation on the section of the basic computation and communication skills assessment.
The following are the minimum test scores for students wishing to take college level courses:
Skill Area
FCAT 2.0/FSA
English
College Level
Reading
College Level
3Mathematics
P.E.R.T.2
(2 year expiration)
50-89 Lower Level Developmental
90-98 High Level Developmental
FCELPT
103-150
83 or above
262
50-83 Lower Level Developmental
FCAT Reading 84-103 High Level Developmental
Score
83 or above
FSA pending 106-150
50-95 Lower Level Developmental
96-112 High Level Developmental
College Level
114-122
123-150
399
FCAT Algebra 1
EOC score
Enhanced
ACT
SAT
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440
Eligible College Credit
Courses
ENC1101
No required college-credit
reading courses
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440
72-96
19
440
97 or above
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460
MAT1033(elective), BSC2010,
BSC2011
MGF1106, MGF1107, MTG2206,
STA2023 MAC1105, CHM2010,
CHM2011
FSA Algebra 1
EOC score
pending
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Note:A student may use a combination of SAT, ACT or PERT scores to demonstrate college readiness
Note: When using the PERT to demonstrate college readiness, the student must:
a) Have a complete set of scores for all subjects (English, Reading, and Mathematics) on file,
b) Must score at college level on the English and Reading sub-sections
Students whose common placement test scores have not placed them into college level coursework in
mathematics may take a maximum of 12 college credits that do not have a mathematics prerequisite before
providing adequate common placement test scores. If college levels in mathematics are not achieved by the
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time the student completes 12 college credits, the student will be restricted from continuing as a dual
enrollment student.
TESTING PROCEDURES:
The P.E.R.T. is used to determine college readiness and the appropriate placement into college courses.
1. Qualifications – Students interested in testing must:
a. Have a minimum 3.0 GPA prior to the administration of the test in high school English and/or
Mathematics (Middle Grades)
b. Have a minimum 3.0 overall GPA prior to the administration of the test. (High School)
c. Submit a completed application (HCSB Course Request – SO-SS-049) to their School Counselor
2. Cost – Students are limited to two (2) administrations at no cost and a maximum of 3 administrations
per year. The fee for the third administration is $5.00.
3. Intervention – Students are encouraged to seek remediation before attempting a retake.
4. Schedule –The assessment is administered at least three times a year at each school site for students
interested in dual enrollment. Students are notified, but are also encouraged to contact their certified
school counselor for advisement and scheduling.
Fall Enrollment – May
Spring Enrollment – November/December
5. Students may also schedule an appointment through any Student Development office at PHSC for
testing during the summer. Day and evening appointments are available. Students are limited to a total
of two (2) attempts at the college.
a. A completed admission application (SAR-57) must be on file
b. A student wishing to test for the Algebra 1 EOC concordant score will be charged a $25
administration fee. School administration must contact Testing Services at 727-816-3381 for
assistance.
6. Students registering for technical credit courses must take the TEST of Adult Basic Education (TABE) test
within the first six weeks of the course. Testing arrangements for TABE are the same as for the P.E.R.T.
at PHSC as listed above. Students may be retested six weeks after the initial administration of the TABE
using an alternate form, then retested every six months. (A student who passes a state, national or
industry certification or licensure examination that is identified on the list entitled “Basic Skills and
Licensure Exemption List ‒ 2015-2016” is exempt from the TABE)
ADVISEMENT NOTES:
A student who demonstrates readiness by achieving or exceeding the test scores established by the State
Board and enrolls in a Florida College System institution within 2 years after achieving such scores shall not be
required to retest or complete developmental education when admitted to any Florida College System
institution.
C. Participation Guidelines
1. The student must have the written approval of a parent and his/her high school counselor or
principal’s designee as indicated on the Dual Enrollment for High School Students Form (SO-SS-049).
2. Dual enrollment students can take only those courses in their chosen program of study. Upon
completion of the initial program of study a student may take further courses in an additional program
of study under the dual enrollment articulation agreement to satisfy the State University System
program prerequisites. For additional information on program(s) of study, please refer to Academic
Programs in the current PHSC catalog at http://phsc.edu/programs
3. Students enrolled in dual enrollment courses through PHSC may enroll in a maximum of 16 credits in
each of the fall (Term I), spring term (Term II) and a maximum of eight (8) credits in the summer (Term
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III). Dual enrollment students may enroll in face-to-face or online sections of courses in Term I or Term
II.
Students in grades sixth through ninth, if eligible may only enroll in dual enrollment courses held on a
high school campus.
Tenth grade students eligible to take dual enrollment classes can take up to seven (7) hours of their 16
hr. maximum course load at PHSC campuses or online.
A dual enrolled student is not allowed to earn more than 49% of his or her college degree in dual
enrollment courses taught on the high school campus.
Eleventh and twelfth grade students eligible for the dual enrollment program may enroll in courses on
the high school, online through PHSC, or any PHSC campus.
All first time in college students at PHSC enrolling in an online course must take and complete the
Online Readiness at PHSC course to receive clearance for enrollment. The student will access this
course by logging into myPHSC (Canvas) and selecting the "Online Readiness at PHSC" course
(phsc.instructure.com/courses/1284104) from their Courses menu. The student will need to work
through all five modules and obtain a score of 80% or higher on the final assessment to complete the
course successfully. Once completed, the hold from the account will be removed within 1-2 business
days. Please contact your advising office (https://phsc.edu/services-student/academic-advising)
with any questions concerning this requirement.
Eligible secondary students who are not withdrawn from HCSD schools may seek Early Full-time Dual
Enrollment (minimum 12 credit hours per semester) at PHSC in courses that are creditable toward the
high school diploma and the Associate Degree. (FS 1007.271)
Students who take AP classes and achieve a passing score on the AP exam are not allowed to take the
same course as dual enrollment for a grade. These students must provide PHSC with an official AP
transcript showing the passing AP scores to have these scores included on their official PHSC
transcript.
A student will be permitted one attempt per dual enrollment course including credit-by exam (CLEP).
Credit earned by exam, will not count in the student’s GPA. A grade of “T” will be recorded on the
student’s transcript.
A withdrawal from a dual enrollment course will count as an attempt at a course and will be reflected
on the student’s college transcript.
Students electing to withdraw from a DE course (on either a PHSC or high school campus) after the
drop/add period will not be permitted to re-enroll in the course until after graduating from high
school.
Dual enrollment students will not be permitted to audit any dual enrollment course on either high
school or college campuses.
Dual enrollment students are not permitted to grade forgive.
A dually enrollment student must comply with PHSC's and the HCSD procedures, timelines and
guidelines for adding, dropping, or withdrawing from dual enrollment courses. Students who drop or
withdraw from a dual enrollment course are subject to:
i.
Being placed in a high school campus course, or
ii.
Possible non-approval for future dual enrollment courses
Seniors who will graduate at the end of the high school second semester are not eligible for dual
enrollment participation during Terms III and IIIA of the year in which they graduate (FS 1007.271 (2)).
Graduating seniors who wish to attend PHSC in Terms III or IIIA are responsible for the costs of tuition,
fees, textbooks and required materials for these summer classes and must do the following:
i.
Seniors who have participated in PHSC’s dual enrollment program must complete a PHSC
Application for Readmission available (SAR-70). There is no charge to the dual enrollment
student for the readmission application.
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Obtain and bring to any PHSC Admissions and Student Records Office a statement from their
principal (or designee) on high school letterhead indicating that the student is scheduled to
graduate at the end of the high school second semester.
iii.
Complete and submit the PHSC Credit Bank Permission Form (SAR-4) with the high school
principal's signature and the PHSC Application for Admission: Credit Bank Form (SAR-58).
These seniors will be required to meet common placement test score requirements and all
course prerequisite requirements prior to enrollment. Credit banking cannot be used for
dual enrollment courses previously attempted.
iv.
Seniors who have not participated in PHSC’s dual enrollment program should visit
http://www.phsc.edu to apply for admission to PHSC and obtain information regarding
college placement testing, academic advisement, orientation, registration and payment for
classes. There is a $25.00 admissions application fee.
19. Students disruptive to the learning environment may be denied dual enrollment opportunities. All dual
enrollment students must agree to abide by all PHSC policies and procedures including, but not limited
to, the HCSD Code of Student Conduct. Students understand that if they violate any items in either the
PHSC or HCSD Codes of Student Conduct, they may be denied participation in dual enrollment on both
PHSC campuses and HCSD high school campuses.
SPECIAL NOTE: Students may select colleges or universities other than those that have interinstitutional agreements with the school District of Hernando County. However, the
parent(s)/guardian(s) and/or student will be responsible for payment of fees. All other rights and
privileges will be afforded these students as those under dual enrollment agreements.
Credit earned in an accredited post-secondary school, not a part of the dual enrollment program
agreement, will NOT be included in GPA calculations.
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II. COURSE EQUIVALENCY AND SEQUENCING
A. Recommended Course Sequence
The district uses the Dual Enrollment Course- High School Subject Area Equivalency List to determine what
courses satisfy high school graduation requirements and credits to award. Any course not listed will be
awarded at least 0.5 high school elective credits. DOE – Dual Enrollment Equivalency List
Note: Students who take AP classes and achieve a passing score on the AP exam are not allowed to take the
same course as dual enrollment for a grade. These students must provide PHSC with an official AP transcript
showing the passing AP scores to have these scores included on their official PHSC transcript.
English
HS Credit Awarded
1
1
1
1
College Course
ENC 1101: English Composition I
ENC 1102: English Composition II
LIT 2110: World Lit.: Ant. World to Ren.
LIT 2120: World Lit.: Ren. To Modern Era
Recommended Sequence:
English I Honors
English II Honors
English III Honors, AP Language or ENC 1101 or 1102
English IV Honors, AP Literature or LIT 2110 or 2120
Hernando County High School Course Equivalent
English III or IV
English III or IV
English IV
English IV
Grade 9
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
Social Studies
HS Credit Awarded
.5
College Course
AMH 2010 History of the US I
Hernando County High School Course
AP U.S. History *
.5
AMH 2020 History of the US II
.5
.5
.5
.5
ECO 2013 Macroeconomics
ECO 2023 Microeconomics
POS 2041 American Federal Government
PSY 1012 Introduction to Psychology
AP U.S. History *
AP Macroeconomics
AP Microeconomics
AP US Government & Politics
AP Psychology
Recommended Sequence:
AP Human Geography
Grade 9
World History Honors, AP World History
Grade 10
U.S. History Honors, AP American History, AMH 2010/AMH 2020
Grade 11
U.S. Government Honors, Economics Honors, AP US Government &
Politics, AP Macroeconomics AP Microeconomics, POS2041/ECO 2013/ECO 2023
Grade 12
* Students who successfully earn the minimum AP test score to earn college credit satisfy the scholar designation
requirement without having to take the US History EOC assessment.
Science
HS Credit Awarded
College Course
1
BSC 2010/BSC 2010L Biology I/LAB
1
BSC 2011/BSC 2011L Biology II/LAB
.5
1
1
1
1
BSC 1020 Human Biology
BSC 1085/BSC 1085L Human Ant. & Phys. I/LAB
BSC1086/BSC 1086L Human Ant. & Phys. II/LAB
CHM 2210C Org. Chemistry
CHM 2211C Org. Chemistry II
Hernando County
High School Course
AP Biology (Semester 1) *
AP Biology (Semester 2) *
Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy & Physiology Hon.
Anatomy & Physiology Hon.
No Aligned Course
No Aligned Course
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1
1
1
.5
.5
.5
CHM 2045/CHM 2045L General Chem. I/LAB
CHM 2046/CHM 2046L General Chem. & QAII/ LAB
PHY 1053/PHY 1053L General Physics I/LAB
PHY 1054/PHY 1054L General Physics II/LAB
BSC1050 Intro to Environmental. Science
OCE 2001 Introduction to Oceanography
AP Chemistry (Semester 1)
AP Chemistry (Semester 2)
Physics I Honors
AP Physics B
AP Environmental Science
Marine Science Honors
Recommended Sequence for Science Majors
1. BSC 2010 & BSC 2010L (Major Bio) (Fresh. or Soph.)
HS Prerequisites
One year of high school Biology and
one year of high school chemistry
2. BSC 2011 & BSC 2011L
BSC 2010 & BSC 2010L
3. CHM 2045 & CHM 2045L
One year of High School Chemistry
4. CHM 2046 & CHM 2046L
CHM 2045 & CHM 2045L
* Students who successfully earn the minimum AP test score to earn college credit satisfy the scholar designation
requirement without having to take the Biology EOC assessment.
Recommended Sequence for Non-Science Majors
BSC 1005 (Semester 1), BSC 1020 (Semester 2)
CHM 1025, CHM 1025L
BSC1050, OCE 1001
World Languages (Foreign Languages)
Scenario I for students who begin study in high school
FL I
Grade 9
FL II
Grade 10 will satisfy the World Language two year requirement
FL III
Grade 11 (.5 weight each semester, full year course)
FL IV
Grade 12 (.5 weight each semester, full year course)
Scenario II for students who begin study in high school
FL I
Grade 9
FL II
Grade 10 will satisfy the World Language two year requirement
SPN 2200
Grade 11: Semester 1 (1.0 weight each semester) (Equivalent to FL III)
SPN 2201
Grade 11: Semester 2 (1.0 weight each semester) (Equivalent to FL IV)
FL/AP Lang.
Grade 12
Scenario III for students who begin study in high school
FL I
Grade 9
FL II
Grade 10 will satisfy the World Language two year requirement
FL III
Grade 11 (.5 weight each semester, full year course)
SPN 2200
Grade 12: Semester 1 (1.0 weight each semester) (Equivalent to FL III)
SPN 2201
Grade 12: Semester 2 (1.0 weight each semester) (Equivalent to FL IV)
For students completing Spanish I in the middle school, the following may be considered:
Spanish II
Grade 9
Spanish III
Grade 10
Spanish IV -or- SPN 2200/SPN 2201
Grade 11 (DE course only - 1.0 credit each semester)
Spanish AP
Grade 12
NOTE 1: Students initially entering a Florida College System institution or state university in 2014-2015 and
thereafter are required to demonstrate successful completion of 2 credits of sequential high school foreign
language instruction. (FS 1007.25, FS 1007.262 and Rule 6A-14.0303)
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Note 2: Effective 2016-2017 high school graduates with a standard diploma (18 or 24) credits will receive the
Gold Seal or Silver Seal of Biliteracy if the student attains the following:
a. Four foreign language course credits in the same foreign language with a cumulative 3.0 grade point
average or higher on a 4.0 scale or
b. A qualifying score on a foreign language assessment. (Rule 6A-1.09951 provides a list of approved
assessments and required scores)
Examination (Proctored)
SAT Subject Test ($52.00)
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Level 1 Language
Exam ($80.00 + admin fee)
International Baccalaureate Language Exam ($270.00)
Advanced Placement Language Exam ($93.00)
American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI)
($185.00)
ACTFL Latin Interpretive Reading Assessment (ALIRA)
($20.00)
Score or Performance
Level – Silver Seal
600 or higher
Spanish 50-62
French 50-58
German 50-59
4 or higher
3 or higher
3 or higher
Score or Performance
Level – Gold Seal
700 or higher
Spanish 63 or higher
French 59 or higher
German 60 or higher
5 or higher
4 or higher
4 or higher
I-2 or higher
I-5 or higher
Note: Exam fees are subject to change.
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III. ENROLLMENT PROCESS
A. Dual Enrollment Checklist
Pasco-Hernando State College
Student Development Spring Hill Campus
450 Beverly Court
Spring Hill, FL 34606
(352) 688-8798
Pasco-Hernando State College
Student Development North Campus
11415 Ponce De Leon Blvd. (US 98 North 98)
Brooksville, FL 34601
(352) 796-6726
Before you return your Dual Enrollment Forms(s) to the PHSC advisors (for classes on the PHSC campus) or to
your certified school counselor (for classes on a high school campus), please review these procedures carefully.
FIRST-TIME APPLICANTS
CONTNUING PARTICIPANT
1.______ Listen for school announcement regarding
dual enrollment. Meet with your high school
school counselor to determine whether you
qualify to participate in the Dual Enrollment
or Collegiate program, select a program of
study, and obtain all necessary forms (SAR57 or SAR-88 & GPA verification).
1.______ Listen for school announcement regarding dual
enrollment. Meet with your high school
counselor to determine whether you still
qualify to participate in the Dual Enrollment
program,
2.______ Obtain Parent /Guardian information and
signatures on the Application for Admission
(SAR-57 or SAR-88 ).
3.______ Arrange to take the P.E.R.T with your
certified school counselor.
4.______ If you qualify, your school counselor will
assist you in selecting courses and
completing the Dual Enrollment Request
form (SO-SS-049). Obtain parent signature.
5.______ If your course(s) will be taken on a PHSC
campus, submit the SAR-57, and SO-SS-049
forms and GPA to your PHSC advisor.
6.______ If your course(s) will be taken on a high
school campus, submit the documents to
your high school counselor.
7. ______ If enrolling in the Collegiate program, submit
the documents to your high school counselor
who will forward them to the district.
8. ______ Obtain a copy of the textbook distribution
schedule. Follow all timelines shared with
you.
2.______ If you continue to qualify, your school
counselor will assist you in selecting courses
and completing the Dual Enrollment Request
form (SO-SS-049).
Attach a copy of GPA verification.
3.______ Obtain Parent /Guardian signatures on the
Dual Enrollment Request (SO-SS-049) form.
4.______ If your course(s) will be taken on a PHSC
campus, submit the SO-SS-049 form and GPA
to the PHSC advisor.
5.______ If your course(s) will be taken on a high school
campus, submit the documents to your high
school counselor.
6. ______ If enrolling in course through the Collegiate
program, submit the documents to your high
school counselor who will forward them to the
district.
7. ______ Obtain a copy of the textbook distribution
schedule. Follow all timelines shared with you
IMPORTANT NOTE TO STUDENTS
1. If you choose to drop a course, you must complete the PHSC SAR-5 form, obtain the school
counselor’s signature and submit it IN PERSON to the PHSC Student Development Office by the
appropriate deadline. Your high school counselor may fax the properly signed form to PHSC.
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2. If you chose to withdraw from a course, you must complete a PHSC SCN-3 form, obtain the school
counselor’s signature and submit it IN PERSON to the PHSC Student Development Office by the
appropriate deadline. Your high school counselor may fax the properly signed form to PHSC.
3. Grades earned in dual enrolled courses will become part of your permanent high school and college
records.
4. Students electing to withdraw from a DE course (on either campus) will not be permitted to reenroll in the course until after graduating from high school.
B. Forms
1.
Enrollment Application Form:
This is the process of applying to the College’s Office of Admissions
and Records to be considered for Dual Enrollment. The application
process should begin well in advance of the intended term of
enrollment. Applications should be submitted at least 2 weeks
prior to the start of any term to maximize enrollment possibilities.
To apply for admission an aspiring dual enrollment student must:
a. follow deadline dates published in the academic calendar
located in the PHSC College Catalog/Student Handbook at
http://phsc.edu/catalog;
b. obtain a PHSC Application for Admission form (SAR-57) from
the high school certified school counselor;
c. provide evidence of the minimum grade point average (GPA)
and placement test scores;
d. submit the completed Application for Admission form with the
required signatures (parent/guardian and student) to a PHSC
academic advisor at a Student Development Office before the
published deadline date; and
e. keep a copy of the form for his or her records.
2.
PHSC Application for Admission – SAR-57
Enrollment Request Form:
This is the process of selecting what course(s) a student would like
to enroll in each term.
To enroll in courses, a dual enrollment student must:
a. follow deadline dates published in the academic calendar
located in the PHSC College Catalog/Student Handbook at
http://phsc.edu/catalog;;
b. obtain a Dual Enrollment Request form (SO-SS-049) from the
high school certified school counselor. For courses on the PHSC
campus, students will complete a separate (SAR-5) form
(Appendix D ) at PHSC;
c. provide evidence of the minimum grade point average (GPA);
d. submit the completed and signed (parent/guardian and
student) Application Form to a PHSC academic advisor at a
Student Development Office before the published deadline
date; and
e. keep a copy of the form for his or her records.
Note
Although the student and counselor are responsible to check that
the courses meet graduation and program of study requirements,
PHSC will verify all grade and prerequisite requirements for
courses. Students who do not meet the criteria will not be
permitted to enroll in the college-credit course.
HCSB DE Enrollment Request Form - SO-SS-049
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3.
Drop/Add Form:
This is the process of adding and/or dropping a course from a
student schedule. A course can only be added before the first
class meet
To drop or add a course, a dual enrollment student must:
a. follow deadline dates published in the academic calendar
located in the PHSC College Catalog/Student Handbook at
http://phsc.edu/catalog;
b. Obtain signed approval on a completed PHSC Registration
form (SAR-5) from the high school guidance counselor;
c. submit the completed and signed Registration Form to a PHSC
academic advisor at a Student Development Office before the
published deadline date by which to drop or add the course(s);
d. keep a copy of the form for his or her records.
Note
• Students may not be added to a course without the
signature/approval from the high school guidance counselor.
• Courses removed before the end of the drop/add period do not
remain on the student’s PHSC transcript and do not count as an
attempt. (NOTE: If a student drops a course, he/she must return
his/her DE textbook in accordance with the textbook return
policy. Failure to do so will result in the student having to pay
for the book.)
4.
PHSC Drop/Add Form – SAR-5
Withdrawal Form
This is the process initiated by a student wishing to withdraw from
a course after the drop/add period has ended.
To withdraw from a course a dual enrollment student must:
a. follow deadline dates published in the academic calendar
located in the PHSC Catalog/Student Handbook available at
http://phsc.edu/catalog;;
b. notify the high school certified school counselor and obtain
signed approval on a completed PHSC Withdrawal Request
Form (SCN-3);
c. submit the completed and signed Withdrawal Request Form to
a PHSC academic advisor at a Student Development Office
before the published deadline date published in the online
PHSC College Catalog/Student Handbook; and
d. keep a copy of the form for his or her records.
Note
• Dual Enrollment withdrawal within the published PHSC deadline
will result in a “W” on the college transcript.
• Students electing to withdraw from a DE course (on either
campus) will not be permitted to re-enroll in the course until
after graduating from high school. A student who elects to
withdraw from a second course will not be eligible to enroll in DE
courses the next semester following the withdrawal.
PHSC Student Initiated Withdrawal Request
Form - SCN-3
Audit: Dual enrolled students are not permitted to audit a course.
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5. Dual Enrollment Request Form (SS-SO-049)
STEP 1: Provide/indicate the student’s
district student number and Social
Security number. The Social Security
number is important to PHSC. The
college does not use district student
numbers for tracking purposes. Students
should be asked to supply their Social
Security number. Do Not Leave Blank
STEP 2: Indicate student’s name, school
of attendance, include name of high
school and current grade level.
STEP 3: Fill in student’s intended college
program of study. Do Not Leave Blank
STEP 4: Provide PHSC course numbers.
These numbers consist of three-letter prefix
and a four-digit number. Example:
ENC1101. Refer to PHSC Catalog and
Student Handbook for correct course
number and title.
Provide section number. This is the four
digit number which precedes the course
number in the schedule of classes at PHSC.
Indicate campus and term. Check the
appropriate location for each course.
Provide the number of courses to be
completed on the high school campus.
STEP 5: List alternative courses in the
order that a student wishes to take them in
the event the primary choices are not
available. If a primary course is not
available, the student will be registered in
the alternative course. If no alternative
courses are appropriate for the student, the
high school counselor should write
“NONE” through the lines in this section
STEP 6: Review the Counselor
Certification Area to ensure that the
appropriate boxes and necessary
documentation to recommend the student
for Dual Enrollment are included. PHSC
will not accept the Request Form
unless it contains the counselor’s
signature with appropriate boxes
checked.
STEP 7: Parent section: Obtain parent or
guardian signature. By signing this section,
the parent/legal guardian understand the
benefits and ramifications of enrolling their
student in a DE course. If this section is
left blank, OHCC will be unable to
accept the form. “Independent” students
(18 years of age and not living at home) are
not required to have a parent signature, but
they should sign the form themselves.
Student must provide proof of age to
PHSC. The high school counselor should
indicate “independent student” in the
parent signature box if this is the case.
STEP 8: If a student is registering for courses held on the PHSC campus, the student will take the top two copies of the
Dual Enrollment Request Form, together with required documentation, to the PHSC campus to register. Students must
call in advance of submitting the paperwork to schedule an advisement appointment with a PHSC academic advisor.
STEP 9: PHSC Academic Advisor section (FOR PHSC USE ONLY): Provide the form to a PHSC academic advisor who
will review it for completeness. The PHSC academic advisor will also review the form to ensure that the student has met all
applicable eligibility and prerequisite requirements.
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C. Textbook and Materials - Check-out/Drop-off
Textbooks and materials assigned for use within dual enrollment courses are made available to dual
enrollment students from Florida public high schools free of charge. Textbook and materials purchased by
the district school board on behalf of dual enrollment students are the property of the district school
board. (FS 1007.271)
The TDC personnel will check-out textbooks materials at the TDC on the advertised dates and times.
Student enrolled in DE courses will be required to provide written proof of enrollment in the courses to
check-out textbooks and materials.
Dual enrolled students are required to check out and return the textbook and material at the Textbook
Distribution Center (TDC) during the advertised check-out and drop-off dates. FAILURE TO CHECK-OUT THE
TEXTBOOKS/MATERIALS DURING OPERATING HOURS ON THE DESIGNATED DATES WILL RESULT IN THE STUDENT
HAVING TO INCUR THE COST OF PURCHASING THE TEXTBOOKS/MATERIALS. Failure to return instructional
material to the TDC on scheduled dates will result in a $2.00 fine per day for each textbook/material
returned late. The student will be responsible for paying the fine before he/she will be allowed to
checkout additional textbooks or materials. A notice of obligation will be issued for any fines not paid and
the notice will remain on the student’s record until the obligation is met.
Voucher
Textbooks and materials will first be issued from the
inventory. If unavailable, the student will be issued a voucher
(SO-SS-126) to purchase the textbooks and materials at the
PHSC Bookstore free of charge. The student will need to take the
top two copies of the form and the PHSC ID card to the PHSC’s
College Bookstore to redeem the voucher for the authorized
books. The voucher or materials are for the sole use of the student
to whom it was issued. An unused voucher must be returned to the
depository.
NOTE: The dual enrollment student must be present when
redeeming a textbook voucher. PHSC’s Financial Aid Office
staff is authorized to set up an AUXIL account for students
only and are not permitted to set up this account for the
student’s parents without the student being present.
Dropping a Course
A book received through the PHSC Bookstore with a voucher must be returned to the PHSC College Bookstore along
with the receipt before the drop/add date expires so that the district is not invoiced. After such time the
textbooks/materials or voucher must be returned to the Hernando County Textbook Depository at 900 Emerson Rd.
on the last check-out date which is scheduled after the Drop/Add date. Failure to return the materials or voucher
will result in a fine for the full cost of the materials listed on the voucher until the district can verify that the
voucher was not redeemed. The student will not be permitted to check out additional books until such time.
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Hernando County Dual Enrollment Textbook Location and Schedule
CHECK-OUT Location: 900 Emerson Rd. Brooksville, FL 34601
DROP-OFF Location: 900 Emerson Rd. Brooksville, FL 34601
Drop-Off Schedule
Check-Out Schedule
Hernando Education Foundation Office
900 Emerson Rd. Brooksville, FL 34601
Directions to the Dual Enrollment Textbook Site
Take US 41 North to Cortez/FL-50. Make a right onto Cortez Blvd/FL-50. Turn left
unto Emerson Rd. then turn left into the parking lot.
Hours:
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Fall
2017
Classes Begin
Check-Out
Spring
2018 Classes Begin
Check-Out
Hernando Education Foundation Office
900 Emerson Rd..
Brooksville, FL 34601
Directions to the Dual Enrollment Textbook Site
Take US 41 North to Cortez/FL-50. Make a right onto Cortez Blvd/FL-50. Turn left
unto Emerson Rd. then turn left into the parking lot.
Hours:
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
August 21, 2017
August 10 (WWHS & CHS)
August 15 (HHS & NCTHS)
August 16 (SHS & Late Registration)
August 28 (Drop/Add)
January 8, 2018
December 14 (WWHS & CHS)
December 15 (HHS & NCTHS)
December 19 (SHS & Late Registration)
January 16 (Drop/Add)
Summer
2018 Classes Begin
Check-Out
TBD
TBD (All schools)
TBD (All schools)
Dual Enrollment Textbook Contact:
(352) 797-7000 or (352) 797-7051
(Term I)
(Term II)
(Term III)
Fall
2017
Classes End
Drop-Off
Spring
2018 Classes End
Drop-Off
Summer
2018 Classes End
Drop-Off
December 8, 2017
December 11 (All schools)
December 12 (All schools)
(Term I)
April 30, 2018
May 2 (All schools)
May 3 (All schools)
(Term II)
TBD
TBD (All schools)
TBD (All schools)
(Term III)
Dual Enrollment Textbook Contact:
(352) 797-7000 or (352) 797-7051
PHSC College Store: http://bookstore.phsc/edu
Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.,
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(Closed Fridays during the summer)
Financial Aid Office Locations at PHSC: www.phsc/edu/financialaid/contacts/php
Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.,
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(Closed Fridays during the summer)
North Campus A-Building, 11415 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Brooksville (352) 797-5008
Spring Hill Campus A-Building, 450 Beverly Court, Spring Hill (352) 340-4812
Financial Aid North Campus in Brooksville – Building A, Room #103 (352) 796-5020
Financial Aid Spring Hill Campus in Spring Hill – Building A, (352) 340-4814
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Dual Enrollment Textbook Distribution/Collection Procedures and Locations
ELIGIBLE STUDENTS: Students enrolled at a Hernando County District High Schools.
Hours of Operation: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Textbook Check-Out
Students enrolled in a Dual Enrollment course on a PHSC and/or a school campus
must bring their PHSC schedule and high school schedule to check-out books or
obtain a voucher for Dual Enrollment textbook during operating hours at:
900 Emerson Rd. Brooksville FL 34601
FAILURE TO CHECK-OUT THE TEXTBOOKS DURING OPERATING HOURS ON THE
DESIGNATED DATES, WILL RESULT IN THE STUDENT HAVING TO INCUR THE COST
OF PURCHASING THE TEXTBOOK(S) FROM THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE.
STEP 1:
The textbook coordinator will check the inventory. If the textbook is available, it will
be issued to the student. If the textbook is not available, the student will be issued a
Hernando DE Textbook Depository Voucher to purchase the textbook(s) from PHSC
at no cost to the student.
STEP 2:
The student will proceed directly to the nearest PHSC College Book Store to redeem
the voucher. College student ID is required. Retain the receipt for personal records.
The School District will be billed for the total amount of the purchase(s).
NOTE: PHSC staff will only issue the PHSC books/materials to the student
to whom the voucher was issued. The student will be required to have a
PHSC ID in order to go through the financial aid process at the college.
Parents will not be permitted to do this transaction without the student
being present.
STEP 3:
Return all purchased or issued materials to the Hernando County School District on
the published drop-off dates and location.
Textbook Drop-Off
At the end of the term, the students must return all textbooks including those
purchased with a voucher during operating hours to:
900 Emerson Rd. Brooksville FL 34601
FAILURE TO DROP-OFF THE TEXTBOOKS DURING OPERATING HOURS ON THE
DESIGNATED DATES WILL RESULT IN THE STUDENT HAVING TO PAY A FINE FOR
LATE RETURNS.
FINES/FEES
A fine is assessed for damaged or late returns as follows:
1. Late returns - A fine $2.00 per day per item (weekends and holidays not included)
or a notice of obligation to remain on the student’s record until the obligation is
satisfied
2. Lost or damaged – A fee for the full cost of the replacement or a notice of
obligation will remain on the student’s record until the obligation is satisfied
A student will not be permitted to check out additional DE textbooks until all
textbooks (including those purchased with a voucher) have been returned and
fines paid. Fines are payable in cash or check only. Make the check payable to
HCSB
Dropping a Course
A book received through the PHSC Bookstore with a voucher must be returned to
the PHSC College Bookstore along with the receipt before the drop/add date expires
so that the district is not invoiced. After such time the textbooks/materials or
voucher must be returned to the Hernando County Textbook Depository at 900
Emerson Rd. on the last check-out date which is scheduled after the Drop/Add date.
Failure to return the materials or voucher will result in a fine for the full cost of the
materials listed on the voucher until the district can verify that the voucher was not
redeemed. The student will not be permitted to check out additional books until
such time.
Appendix G
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III. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Students and Parents
1. Aspiring dual enrollment students are encouraged to use the Dual Enrollment (DE) Checklist to assist
with the application and registration process.
2. Dual enrollment students must meet with their certified school counselor at their high school to
confirm that they meet eligibility requirements for the dual enrollment program and for program
planning. The completed dual enrollment application (SAR-57) must be submitted to PHSC’s
Admissions and Student Records Office at least two weeks prior to the start of any term to maximize
enrollment possibilities.
3. Dual enrollment students should check with their certified school counselor at their high school to
ensure that courses taken will meet all requirements for high school graduation and Bright Futures
scholarships. Students should discuss with a PHSC advisor their selection of college courses as it
pertains to meeting PHSC degree requirements and transferability to other institutions.
4. Each dual enrollment student must meet with a PHSC academic advisor and/or a certified school
counselor at their high school prior to registration at least once during the semester in which the
student plans to enroll in dual enrollment courses. Students are advised of the expectations for
continued dual enrollment eligibility during these advising sessions.
5. Dual enrollment students can take only those courses in their chosen program of study. Upon
completion of the initial program of study a student may take further courses in an additional
program of study under the dual enrollment articulation agreement. For additional information on
program(s) of study, please refer to Academic Programs in the current PHSC catalog at
https://phsc.edu/programs.
6. Students must maintain good academic standing, which is defined as a 2.0 cumulative grade point
average (GPA), for all hours attempted at PHSC and a 3.0 GPA at the high school. “Attempted” means
all credit hours in which students are enrolled after the drop/add deadline date. PHSC evaluates
students for academic progress at the end of fall, spring and summer semesters. Students who do not
maintain good academic standing will be notified in writing by PHSC through the U.S. mail. PHSC’s
Director of Management Information Systems will send an electronic report to the Hernando County
Information Services Department designee at the School Board Office. In determining academic
progress, college credits will be included. Those students who do not maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA
in all PHSC dual enrollment courses will not be permitted to continue participating in the dual
enrollment program with PHSC.
7. To the extent permitted or required by law, qualified students with disabilities who wish to receive
accommodations must request such by PHSC and provide appropriate documentation relevant to the
student’s disability that meets PHSC’s published guidelines available at http://phsc.edu/servicesstudents/disabilities-services to the College’s Disabilities Services Coordinator prior to registering for
dual enrollment courses at the PHSC campuses The dual enrollment student has the responsibility to
meet with the Disabilities Services Coordinator, who will review the documentation provided,
determine whether the student is eligible to receive accommodations and will then arrange for
approved accommodations to be provided.
8. Dual enrolled students are required to attend class. Students who miss more than one class period
may suffer grade penalties which cannot be made up.
9. All dually enrolled students are expected to adhere to PHSC's Student Code of Conduct as stated in
the online PHSC College Catalog/Student Handbook available at http://phsc.edu/catalog
It is the student’s responsibility to communicate with his/her certified school counselor at their high
school and PHSC Advisor, and to know and follow the procedures and timelines.
Note: Graduating seniors are not eligible to enroll in summer classes as dual enrollment students.
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B. Certified School Counselor
1. Certified school counselors and or career technical education specialists together with PHSC academic
advisors, will provide academic advisement services (i.e. individual and/or classroom guidance, college
workshops and college days/nights) on dual enrollment, college majors, and course and program
prerequisites, and weighting systems to students. In addition, the certified school counselors and/or
career technical education specialists will assist dual enrollment students with consideration of future
educational and career planning.
2. The certified school counselors at the high school should inform students and parents of college-level
course expectations. Advising should include, but is not limited to, information indicating that
registration, add/drop, and withdrawal dates may not be altered; that two to three hours of homework
are expected for each hour spent in class, that assignment deadlines are firm, that General Education
courses require completion with a grade of "C" or higher and that all grades, including withdrawals, will
become part of the student's permanent collegiate academic transcript. It should be noted that the
curriculum offered is a college credit curriculum. Course descriptions are available in the online PHSC
College Catalog/Student Handbook at http://phsc.edu/courses
3. Verify that the student meets the GPA requirements. (FS 1007.271(3)
4. Verify that the course(s) is/are creditable toward a high school diploma. (FS 1007.271(14)
5. Ensure that students take only those courses in their chosen program of study. Upon completion of the
initial program of study a student may take further courses in an additional program of study
under the dual enrollment articulation agreement. For additional information on program(s) of study,
please refer to Academic Programs in the current PHSC catalog at http://phsc.edu/courses
6. Advise students needing P.E.R.T. testing to schedule an appointment for testing.
7. Assist in the coordination and administration of the P.E.R.T. to students that meet the eligibility
requirements as stipulated in the articulation agreement and Florida statute.
Review and approve student DE Request forms (SO-SS-049) for courses recommended for enrollment on
both the high school campus and at PHSC. Assist students in securing needed documentation of GPA and
test scores from TERMS. Registration forms (SAR-5 and SO-SS-049) for the dual enrollment courses held at
the high school must be returned to the appropriate PHSC campus by 9:00 a.m. on the last day of
drop/add as listed on the PHSC college calendar.
8. Ensure that no student is permitted to attempt more than 49% (29 credits) of his or her college degree in
dual enrollment courses taught on the high school campus.
9. Post and communicate the Textbook Depository Pick-Up and Drop-off schedule.
10. Submit the school’s dual enrollment course request form to the district.
11. Submit the students’ Collegiate High School application form to the district no later than the second
Friday in February.
12. Ensure that registration forms for the dual enrollment courses held at the high school are returned to the
appropriate PHSC campus by 9:00 a.m. on the last day of drop/add as listed on the PHSC college calendar.
13. Approve and sign the Student Initiated Drop/Add or Withdrawal/Audit Request Forms (SAR 5 and PHSC
SCN-3) by the designated PHSC withdrawal date when a student is withdrawing from a course taken as a
dual enrollment student and mail the student initiated withdrawal parent notification letter.
14. Monitor dual enrollment students’ progress.
15. Review grade reports provided at the end of each semester to make program/course and continued
enrollment decisions.
16. Discuss with students and parents course content for less traditional classes as course selection is being
made. College course materials and class discussions will be appropriate for college-level instruction and
may reflect topics not typically included in secondary courses. Courses will not be modified to the high
school level to accommodate variations in student age and/or maturity. It is strongly recommended that
the background and maturity level of the student be considered prior to registration.
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C. School Based Administrator
1. Recommend qualified personnel to teach dual enrollment classes held on the high school campuses. These
instructors will be mutually agreed upon by the high school principal (or district designee) and the
appropriate academic dean and the Spring Hill Associate Provost or the North Campus Provost. All dual
enrollment instructors from Nature Coast, Central and Hernando high schools must submit appropriate
documentation of master’s level education in the subject area to PHSC’s Associate Dean at the North
Campus. Dual enrollment instructors from Springstead and Weeki Wachee High Schools must submit
appropriate documentation of master’s level education in the subject area to PHSC’s Spring Hill Campus
Associate Provost. Advise new DE teachers of paperwork requirements for employment.
Step 1
Identify potential DE instructor and review PHSC Faculty Credential Manual.
Step 2
Submit an unofficial transcript (copy both sides of the pages) for approval to:
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Reggie Wilson, Associate Dean - North Campus [email protected]
(Hernando, Central & Nature Coast Technical)
Jim Thigpen, Associate Provost - Spring Hill [email protected]
(Springstead & Weeki Wachee)
Step 3
Once an instructor has been approved, then official transcripts must be submitted with an
employment application to be kept on file in PHSC’s Office of Human Resources. Complete
and print the PHSC employment application (Appendix K) or online application form at:
http://phsc.edu/jobs
Step 4
Upon receipt of the Dean's emails confirming approval, complete and submit the DE High
School Form (Appendix I) listing DE course offerings to the Curriculum Supervisor by the last
week of April. Updates for the Spring are due by October.
Step 5
Schedule the course offerings on master schedule.
Provide information utilizing the HSCB DE Course Request Form (Appendix I) regarding anticipated courses to
be held on high school campus and assigned instructors to the HCSD Supervisor of Secondary Programs who
will then provide the information to the Assistant Dean of Instructional Services by July for the upcoming Fall
and Spring semesters.
Ensure that dual enrollment high school teachers enter grades into PHSC’s Consortium Student Records
System (CSRS) using PHSC’s defined procedures by PHSC’s designated dates for Dual Enrollment.
Oversee data entry procedures dual enrollment courses into the TERMS system.
Review grade reports provided at the end of each semester to make program/course and continued
enrollment decisions.
Oversee the curriculum and instruction of the high school DE courses for alignment with course learning
outcomes and textbook requirements.
Inform each instructor, prior to being assigned a dual enrollment class, that he/she will be involved in an
evaluation process conducted by PHSC and that this process will not be used to determine the HCSD
employment status of the instructor. Coordinate with PHSC evaluator and instructor how and when the
evaluation will be implemented.
Credentials of Eligible Dual Enrollment Instructors
Qualifications and Selection of Instructors
In accordance with Statement of Standards F1, Faculty Credentials, all faculty teaching dual enrollment courses
must meet Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Commission on Colleges requirements/guidelines
for post-secondary instructors in the discipline. PHSC is responsible for ensuring that all dual enrollment courses
are taught by qualified faculty and that official postsecondary transcripts are on file at PHSC prior to any
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instructional assignments being made. An electronic copy of the PHSC Faculty Credentials Handbook will be
provided to the Department of Curriculum and Instructional Services at the School Board.
To qualify as an instructor for academic credit courses, a masters’ degree from a regionally accredited institution
in the teaching discipline or a masters’ degree from a regionally accredited institution and 18 graduate hours in
the teaching discipline is required. Additional detailed information regarding instructor qualifications is
available in the PHSC Faculty Credentials and Qualifications Manual. In the event an approved instructor for a
dual enrollment course offered at the high school is unable to continue teaching the course to which he/she is
assigned, the high school principal (or district designee) must notify the Vice-President of Instruction/Provost,
West Campus within three (3) business days of awareness of the instructor’s inability to meet his/her course
assignment. It is the responsibility of the high school principal (or district designee) to provide a qualified
instructor per the SACS requirements/guidelines for postsecondary instructors in the discipline for approval to
replace the previously assigned instructor. The Vice-President of Instruction/Provost, West Campus must give
final approval regarding the academic credentials of the new instructor prior to his/her appointment. If the
school district cannot identify a qualified instructor to complete the dual enrollment course, then PHSC will
attempt to provide a qualified instructor at the expense of the school district. If an approved, qualified instructor
cannot be identified in a timely manner, then the course will not be taught as a dual enrollment course.
If an agreement cannot be reached about any faculty member assigned, the course will not be taught as a dual
enrollment course.
PHSC Academic Deans:
Billie Gabbard, Dean of Nursing and Health Occupations
10230 Ridge Rd, New Port Richey, FL. 34654 727-816-3313/ Fax 353-340-4967 [email protected]
Dental assisting, dental hygiene, EMS/paramedic, human services, medical coder/biller, medical record transcribing, medical
administrative specialist, nursing (RN/PN), nursing assistant, nutrition, phlebotomy, health unit coordinator, and radiography
Sonia Thorn, Dean of Arts and Sciences
10230 Ridge Rd, New Port Richey, FL. 34654
727-816-3313/ Fax 727-816-3300 [email protected]
Adult education, anthropology, art, biological science, chemistry, child development and early childhood education, college prep
English, mathematics and reading, drama/theater, education, English, environmental science, foreign languages, GED
preparation program, geography, global education, history, honors courses, humanities, interdisciplinary courses, international
studies, teaching-learning centers, mathematics, mathematics lab, music, Peace and Social Justice Institute, philosophy, physical
education, physical science, physics, political science, psychology, reading, religious studies, service-learning, sociology, and
speech
Edwin Goolsby, Dean of Workforce Development
10230 Ridge Rd, New Port Richey, FL. 34654 727-816-3264/ Fax 727-816-3301
[email protected]
Applied welding, business administration and management, computer programming and analysis, corrections, criminal justice,
drafting and design technology, fire science, geographical information systems technology, industrial technology, information
technology security, internet services technology, law enforcement, networking services technology, office administration,
paralegal, real estate, technical credit certificates, continuing education and corporate training
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D. Instructors
1. Attend applicable organizational meetings. One such meeting will be an orientation session for adjunct
faculty to be held at the beginning of each semester at any PHSC campus. All dual enrollment instructors
will be required to attend an adjunct faculty orientation session each semester. As indicated in the
Statement of Standards F3, Faculty Handbook, all adjunct faculty members will be provided with an
electronic copy of the Full-Time Faculty and Adjunct Faculty Handbook.
2. Abide by all applicable College rules governing attendance, classroom management and record keeping while
conducting courses on the high school campus.
3. Enter grades into the Consortium Student Records System (CSRS), using PHSC’s defined procedures by 9:00
p.m. on PHSC’s designated dates for Dual Enrollment and submit a copy to the school's Data Specialist.
4. Enter grades into the district electronic gradebook as follows:
a. Quarter 1 and 3 - Grades must reflect the student progress at the midpoint of the college schedule
(equivalent to 40 days of instruction)
b. Quarter 2 and 4 - Grades must match the grade submitted PHSC (equivalent to 80 days of instruction)
5. Send syllabi for each Dual Enrollment course taught to the appropriate academic dean at PHSC before the
first class meeting.
6. Monitor dual enrollment students’ progress.
7. Teach according to the approved PHSC college calendar, Master Course Outline, course syllabus template
which are provided at http://phsc.edu/courses for use by each dual enrollment instructor, as noted in
Statement of Standards C2, Course Plan and Objectives.
8. Send a copy of the final exam to the appropriate academic dean at PHSC.
9. Abide by the conditions of the Articulation Agreement.
Note: For additional information please refer to the PHSC Faculty Handbook.
Grades, Grade Collection and Change of Grades
Students must meet minimum grade requirements in some courses in order to register for other courses. It is
important that grades be recorded in the PHSC Consortium Student Records System (CSRS) as soon as the term
ends. Grades for courses taught at the high school must be entered by the DE teacher via the Internet by the
date designated on the Dual Enrollment Timeline.
General Information:
1. PHSC will send tentative class rolls to the high schools prior to the end of the drop/add period.
2. PHSC will send finalized class rolls to the high schools two weeks following the last day to drop/add.
3. Electronic grade rosters should be checked by instructors to ensure that:
i. All students attending the course are on the final grade roster.
ii. Students who have officially withdrawn by the PHSC deadline date. A “W” should appear on the
electronic grade roster for such students.
Note: Instructors are not permitted to enter a “W” on the electronic class roll. Dual Enrollment teachers
with discrepancies should contact a PHSC Student Development Office. High school counselors should
immediately contact their PHSC Student Services Development advisor for help with any student registration
or grade issues.
4. Instructors must utilize my PHSC learning management system as the only form of electronic
recordkeeping for dual enrollment courses. Grades must be submitted by the DE instructor via Internet on
the designated dates on the Dual Enrollment timeline.
5. Grades must be submitted in “letter” format (A, B, etc.) and not numeric (86, 95, etc.).
6. PHSC’s Director of MIS will expedite grade delivery via electronic processing directly to the District School
Board TIS Department. Upon receiving the grades, District School Board TIS contact will enter into TERMS
and then send the grades to the high schools. Students will need to access their grades by visiting the PHSC
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website at www.phsc.edu or by visiting www.floridashines.org
7. Change of Grades: DE teachers who need to
amend a grade must do so on PHSC Change of
Grade Form IIN-16 (Appendix H). This form
may be requested directly from the PHSC
Office of Admissions and Records or any
Student Development office. Change of Grade
forms must be completed in their entirety and
signed in ink by the DE teacher.
Documentation should be included to justify
the change of grade.
The DE contact person should forward this
form to the Assistant Dean of Student
Development, who will forward it to the
appropriate academic division at PHSC for
approval and signature.
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APPENDICES
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Appendix A – HCSD DE Program Agreement
Appendix B – PHSC Application for Admission – SAR-57
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Appendix C – HCSD Course Request – SO-SS-049
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Appendix D – PHSC Registration Form – SAR-5
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Appendix E – Student Initiated Withdrawal Parent Notification Letter
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Appendix F – Student Initiated Withdrawal Request Form SCN-3
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Appendix G – Instructor Initiated Withdrawal Request Form SCN-11
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Appendix H - (For TDC Use Only)
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Appendix I – PHSC Change of Grade Form – IIN-16
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Appendix J – HCSD Dual Enrollment Course Request Form
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Appendix K – PHSC Employment Application Form
(Complete online)
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