Students who take several dual enrollment classes during their junior and senior years of high school may even amass enough credits to be considered a sophomore—or nearly so—when they set foot on their college campus. Per a high school counselor for the UNC Dual Enrollment Program:
“The junior and senior years need to be more meaningful and more rigorous. The dual credits get students on a path of more college preparedness and shows them that they can do it. I feel like we’re doing a good job of that here.”
- WHS counselor
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Give your students the jump start they're seeking. With course costs substantially lower than the campus-based courses at most any college or university (including community colleges), dual enrollment lowers their eventual degree cost as well.
Director of Professional Development
Email: Aimee Rogers
"Among the many Eaton High School dual enrollment success stories, I am particularly proud of one of our first-generation female students. She has taken six credits each semester and is now a confident college student because of the exposure and opportunities provided by UNC's Dual Enrollment Program."
– Marcy Sanger, Eaton High School Counselor