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Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

Traditional Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment allows students to earn high school and college credit at the same time. The College at Southeastern offers on-campus and online dual enrollment course options to high school students who are at least 16 years old. We have seats available for dual enrollment students in certain core undergraduate courses. Please reach out to dualenrollment@sebts.edu for more information regarding which courses are available.

 

Students can apply to enter the Dual Enrollment Academy through the Traditional Dual Enrollment Application. After the application is accepted, students can then register for classes through self-service.

 

Dual Enrollment cost: $295 per course
Contact us: dualenrollment@sebts.edu or (919)761-2303

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Fall Semester
  • College Algebra
  • English Composition I
  • World History I
  • American History I
  • Old Testament Survey
  • British Literature
Spring Semester
  • Intro to Computers
  • English Composition II
  • World History II
  • American History II
  • New Testament Survey
  • American Literature
  • Intro to Philosophy

*Additional online classes are offered each semester in addition to the online classes that are rotated each semester. For on campus courses and additional online courses, please email dualenrollment@sebts.edu for a full list of current course offerings.

What are the requirements to be a dual enrollment student?

Dual enrollment is open to high school students who are at least 16 years old. (Students must be 16 years old by August 31st to enroll in the fall semester and 16 years old by January 31st to enroll in the spring semester.)

Is financial aid available for dual enrollment students?

Dual enrollment courses are offered at a reduced rate of $295 per class. This is a fraction of The College at Southeastern’s standard tuition cost. Because dual enrollment courses are offered at a significantly reduced rate, no further financial aid can be offered.

How do I register for a dual enrollment class?

Students will register for classes through self-service. Further instructions will be given in your acceptance email.

How do I know which classes are available for registration?

For a list of available on-campus courses, please reach out to dualenrollment@sebts.edu or check the self-service catalog and enter “sdea” in the search box to view dual enrollment courses.

How do I get my textbooks?

You may order your textbooks on the "Textbooks" tab on CampusNet. Your course syllabus also lists the course’s required textbooks.

How do I view the class syllabus?

Once your class becomes available on CampusNet, professors will upload their syllabi before the beginning of class.

How many dual enrollment courses can I take?

You may take up to 30 credit hours.

Do I have to come to campus?

It depends on the course option in which you enroll. We have on-campus and/or online options.

Is there a prerequisite policy?

Yes, English Composition I and II must be completed before enrolling in British or American Literature.

Is there a suggested course track?

DEA students are not required to follow a specific degree completion plan. However, you should take classes that you believe will align with your college aspirations and general education requirements.

Is the College at Southeastern Accredited?

The College at Southeastern is accredited by the Southern Associate of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Partnership High School

Through established partnerships with high schools and organizations, high school students can receive college credit concurrently for the work done in their high school classes, under Southeastern-approved high school instructors. Through concurrent enrollment, students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college while remaining in their supportive high school environment. Additionally, concurrent enrollment students who successfully pass their courses will earn college credit on their transcripts.

Concurrent enrollment partnerships differ from other models of dual enrollment because concurrent enrollment classes will be taken on the campus of partnering high schools and will be taught by qualified high school instructors.

Students will register for courses through the “Concurrent Enrollment” Application. Students will receive access to this application through their high school guidance counselor. If you are unsure whether your high school is a partnering school with The College at Southeastern, please reach out to your school guidance counselor.

  • Alamance Christian School 
  • Bradford Academy 
  • Burlington Christian Academy 
  • Christian Heritage Academy 
  • Classical Conversations 
  • Crossroads Christian School 
  • Fayetteville Christian School 
  • First Academy 
  • Gaston Christian School 
  • Grace Christian School 
  • Hickory Grove Christian School 
  • High Point Christian Academy 
  • Neuse Christian Academy 
  • North Raleigh Christian Academy 
  • Riverbend Academy 
  • Roanoke Valley Christian School 
  • Thales College 
  • The King’s Academy 
  • Wayne Christian School 
How does it work?

Dual enrollment partnerships allow high school students the opportunity to take high school classes for both high school and college credit, exposing students to the rigors of college-level work while remaining in their supportive high school environment.

Classes offered through dual enrollment partnerships have been approved by The College at Southeastern as college-level material and are taught under Southeastern-approved high school teachers.

How can a school partner with The College at Southeastern for dual enrollment?

If you are involved in administration within high school setting and interested in leveraging your student’s work for college credit, please reach out to dualenrollment@sebts.edu.

How do I know if my student is eligible to participate in dual enrollment through a High School/Partnerships?

To participate in dual enrollment your student:

  1. Must be at a school that is partnered with The College at Southeastern
  2. Must be enrolled in a high school class that has been approved by Southeastern for dual credit.

Please reach out to your student’s school to determine if dual enrollment is an option for your student.

How can students access their official college transcripts?

To order an official transcript to transfer credits to another school, you can fill out our transcript order form.

The website above explains the options you will have regarding how the transcript will be sent to the college or individual of choice.

Please be sure to select the option given to wait until grades are submitted to receive transcripts.

When filling out the form, it will request a student ID number. However, if you do not know your student ID number, you can enter the student’s social security number instead.

When you file your request, there will be an option to place where you would like the transcripts sent.

My student is at a school/organization that partners with The College at Southeastern. How do I register them for dual enrollment?

Please reach out to your school guidance counselor for access to the “Concurrent Enrollment Application".