Stephen F. Austin State University

Concurrent/Dual Credit

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Stephen F. Austin State University's Concurrent and Dual Credit Enrollment Program is an ideal way for bright, young high school and home school students to earn college credit. This program is a distinctive opportunity for students to experience the challenge of a full four-year institution's curriculum close to home. Not only is there an opportunity to earn both college and high school credit, but these two things can be done at a fraction of the cost. The classes are challenging, the professors are exceptional and the knowledge gained is irreplaceable.

THE PROGRAM
High school students with superior academic ability and achievement may be admitted to SFA and enroll in college courses while completing their high school studies. Students must demonstrate the capability to successfully complete college studies. A permanent college record is established once a student has registered for courses in the program. Continued enrollment in the program is evaluated each semester. The student's academic progress is recorded on a SFA transcript and students who plan on enrolling at another college or university after high school will need to provide this transcript to those schools and check with the receiving institution on how credits will transfer.

DUAL CREDIT
High school students receive dual credit when the grade from an SFA course also is used on their high school transcript for completion of graduation requirements. Students taking courses at Stephen F. Austin State University, who will receive credit for a course at their high school or home-school program, will receive a dual credit fee waiver and pay only $25 per credit hour. Students enrolling in an online course will also pay the online course fee of $25 per credit hour. Students may take 10 hours of courses at this price per semester. Any courses or hours above and beyond will require special permission from the Executive Director of Enrollment Management.

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
This program allows high school and home school students to enroll at Stephen F. Austin State University. The required portion of the student's class load is taken at high school and extra courses are taken at SFA to earn college credit only. Students will not receive credit for the course at the high-school level. Concurrent students will be required to pay full price for the course(s) they wish to take.

Estimated tuition and fees for concurrent enrollment based on hours and semesters:

APPLICATION POLICIES & PROCEDURES

DEADLINES
Summer 1 - Last day to register is June 3.
Summer 2 - Last day to register is July 9.
Fall 2014 - Application must be submitted by August 5th.


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Forward all materials to:
Office of Admissions
Stephen F. Austin State University
P. O. Box 13051, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3051
Phone: (936) 468-2504 or E-mail: dualcredit@sfasu.edu

Dual Credit Coordinator - Jessica Maynard
Dual Credit Coordinator - Janet McLeroy
Dual Credit Assistant Coordinator - Lauren Manzanares

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REGISTRATION

TUITION & FEES (Based on 2014-15 Texas resident tuition rates)
The tuition and fees presented are for Texas residents based upon rates charged for the 2014-15 academic year. Tuition and fees are subject to change by the Texas Legislature and/or the SFA Board of Regents. Students are required to pay all fees at the time of registration.

Tuition and fees are the obligation and responsibility of each student. This includes, but is not limited to, tuition, parking permits and fines (for the students who attend class on campus), student ID cards (optional), property deposits and any technology fees associated with ITV or on-line courses. It will be the responsibility of the admissions office representative to ensure that those receiving dual credit, according to the counselor or home school proctor, will have their fees waived.

BILL PAYMENT

BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
The cost of books and supplies varies from course to course. This cost is the responsibility of student unless their high school has made arrangements to obtain the books themselves. Books can be purchased at the university bookstore on campus or other participating locations. Having the course number and section of the class will enable students to buy the appropriate materials for class.

Additional Procedures for Concurrent Enrollment Students

Grades and Continued Enrollment

The Office of Admissions
Box 13051 SFA Station
Nacogdoches, TX 75962
Phone: 936-468-2504
Fax: 936-468-3849
dualcredit@sfasu.edu