Students must be able to work independently and be working at grade level, able to complete college level work daily. Parents and students need to understand that failing college classes will permanently affect their college transcript and must be avoided at all cost. Students who are not ready to do the work content and work load should wait another year before beginning dual credit classes. The first few classes typically do not require the TSI for entrance, but eventually students will need to pass an entrance exam to prove readiness before moving on with dual credit classes.
Students in dual credit will need a laptop that comes with them to ACE with access to the internet and be comfortable communicating with their professors and other students on a regular basis. Students will be taught to use a planner but keeping up with assignments and budgeting their time is ultimately their responsibility. 4-6 hours of homework PER WEEK/PER DUAL CLASS is to be expected.
Parents of dual credit students are responsible for the payments of ACE enrollment fees and monthly tuition, Dallas College tuition fees, books and supplies needed to complete classes.
Note: High school students are not required to participate in the dual credit program and will have high school science, history, english and electives available. The same level of commitment and work readiness will be required for these classes. Students should be working at grade level and able to complete 2-3 hours of homework on their off days. As co-educators, parents are expected to monitor and oversee that students are staying on task and assist if they need additional help with homework.
This class is designed to prepare students for their dual credit career
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