The College at Southeastern (CASE) offers two ways for high school students to receive college credit during their junior and senior years. These options will allow incoming college freshmen to start their college experience with credit hours already applied towards their degree.
The Concurrent Enrollment Program at CASE provides high school students the opportunity to take classes for college-credit taught by college-approved high school teachers. Students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college while remaining in their supportive high school environment. Each successfully passed course earns the student transcripted college credit. Concurrent enrollment partnerships differ from other models of dual enrollment because high school instructors teach the college courses. Concurrent enrollment classes will be taken on the campus of partnering high schools with high school teachers.
Please note that the application process for Concurrent Enrollment is different than our regular application process. Click here to learn more about Concurrent Enrollment process.
The Dual Enrollment Program at CASE is offered to juniors and seniors in high school. These students can be in either the public school system or a homeschool setting. The purpose of the Dual Enrollment Program is to offer high school and college credits for the enrolled student. Thus, the student upon completing college classes will receive both high school and college credits. Dual enrollment classes will be taken on The College at Southeastern's campus with The College at Southeastern's professors.