Dual enrollment allows high school students to simultaneously earn credit toward a high school diploma and a post-secondary degree or certificate. Central Texas College works closely with high schools to deliver college courses that are identical to those offered on the college campus. Credits earned in a dual enrollment course become part of the student’s permanent college record.
Dual Enrollment instructors provide a vital service by helping students bridge the gap between high school and college. Some of the ways in which this is done include establishing a rigorous standard comparable to university courses in difficulty, expecting more independence from students, conforming to policies and procedures of CTC, and explaining about student life at college.
Thank you for your interest in teaching CTC's dual enrollment courses. We appreciate your hard work. Please click on the sections below:
Annual training was held August 12, 2015. Please email your CTC point of contact for materials.
Did you miss our annual training? Please reach out to your department chair to schedule an individual meeting. Feel free to download the materials below:
Please note the student holidays and early release days. All students may not have access to the course from home; most students will work predominately from the classroom. Do not have due dates on weekends or school holidays. Avoid exams on early release days.
Download cert roll instructions here.
At the top of the grade book, type in the course information, for example, GOVT2305 TMD06 93758. You can obtain this information from the cert roll you received at the beginning of the course or within the grade book request email.
If a student is no longer in your course per the high school roster, but is showing up in WebAdvisor, please do not assign an F. Give the student a W and put the last day of attendance in a box to the right of the grade. Please contact your CTC dual enrollment point of contact if a student falls into this category.
If you are teaching a semester long course, all courses except GOVT and ECON, please make sure to send the entire 16 weeks of your grade book.
An email confirmation will be sent once your grade book has been received.
You will also need to enter your final grades into Webadvisor. Please do this by the deadline. Your grades in your grade book and in Webadvisor must match.
Download Blackboard grade book instructions here.
Download non-Blackboard grade book instructions here.
Download Webadvisor grade submission instructions here.