- Last Day to Withdraw from classes with a letter grade W: May 11 2020
Have questions about classes at KCKCC and/or KCKCC TEC? The College and Career Facilitator at every high school is available through email, ready to help you navigate any issues that may arise. Weekly Zoom sessions have also been created at each high school.
College and Career Facilitators:
Mr. Herrington, email@example.com (FL Schlagle HS)
Ms. Lindahl, firstname.lastname@example.org (JC Harmon HS)
Mr. Taylor, email@example.com (Sumner Academy)
Ms. Metoyer, firstname.lastname@example.org (Washington HS)
Mr. Hofmann, email@example.com (Wyandotte HS)
What is Dual/Concurrent?
The Concurrent Enrollment Partnership Program provides secondary schools with the opportunity to expand their curriculum by scheduling KCKCC courses in conjunction with their regular class offerings. Students have the advantage of taking their classes at the high school.
Courses taught at the high school have identical course content to that of courses offered on campus and are evaluated by an Instructional Dean at the College before being implemented at the high school. Faculty are evaluated and must meet the same criteria as instructors who teach on campus.
Students interested in participating in the program should contact their high school counselor for additional information and details on the enrollment process.
Concurrent and Dual Enrollment Defined
The Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) encourages high school students to take advantage of postsecondary education opportunities by enrolling in college courses while still in high school. The statute is commonly known as concurrent enrollment of high school students in eligible postsecondary institutions. Different types of enrollment can be included under the statute.
- Concurrent Enrollment
- Classes taught at a high school at which approved high school teachers teach college credit during the normal school day. (KBOR 8b.1.i)
- Dual Enrollment
- Classes in which the high school student travels to the college campus to take courses prior to graduation during the academic year or in summer – (KBOR 8b.1.vii)
- Classes in which college faculty travel to the high school to teach separate courses to the high school students. (KBOR 8b.1.vii)
- Students complete and submit a free admissions application to Kansas City Kansas Community College found online at kckcc.edu.
- The student’s KCKCC ID number is emailed to the address listed on the student’s admissions application. Student also receives email with instructions to log into WebAdvisor.
- Student completes the ACCUPLACER and/or ACT placement test.
- Students complete the Concurrent/Dual enrollment form and submit to the High School Counselor.
- The form is forwarded to the KCKCC High School Partnership Coordinator or KCKCC TEC Advisor.
- Copies of the forms should be forwarded to the High School Point of Contact.
- The High School Partnership Coordinator/TEC Advisor verifies student admission and minimum placement test scores and enrolls a student in the courses indicated on the form.
- High School Counselors are notified of any issues preventing enrollment and work with KCKCC to resolve the issues.
- Go to WebAdvisor on KCKCC web page
- Select “Prospective Students” or “Current Students”
- Under “Admissions Information, select “Search for Sections”
- On the drop down menu next to “Term”, select the appropriate semester. (Example: if you are enrolling for fall courses, you would select “FALL 2020 All classes”)
- Scroll to “Location” and select your school.
- You will then see a list of classes for your school.
Time Management Tips for Online Classes:
- Make the course a priority
- Set aside one hour a day to work on the course
- Make a study plan
- Make a calendar or schedule
- Get rid of distractors
- Jump ahead and do what you can when you can
- Ask for help