There will be new procedures for the dual credit classes beginning with the new school year in 2019 – 2020. CEC will continue to partner with the University of Louisville for dual credit classes in English 101 and 102, IWU for Business and Personal Finance, and JCTC for Macroeconomics. Due to changes in requirements, students who take these classes MUST choose the dual credit option and pay the college for the credit. In addition, students must include a complete transcript demonstrating a 3.0 GPA at the time of registration. More details to come about JCTC fees and process.
*Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) provides scholarship money to cover the cost of the UofL dual credit class for Kentucky residents. It does not apply for Indiana residents. This does not apply for the IWU classes.