Students who participate in the Dual Enrollment program are considered to be “Non-Degree Seeking” because they have not graduated from high school. In most cases, Dual Enrollment students are minors, who require direct parental and school involvement in their academic affairs. Therefore, the Dual Enrollment Office requests the involvement of all parent(s), guardian(s) and school counselors to ensure that each student is set up for success while participating in the program.
- For partnerships with School District and/or High School’s, it is the responsibility of the Designated School Official to notify the Dual Enrollment Office of any changes to a student’s status in the Dual Enrollment Program.
All coursework taken at the undergraduate level applies to a dual enrollment student’s CGPA, whether applicable to their future ERAU degree plan or not. When a change of grade or the conversion of the grade “I” changes a dual enrollment student’s academic status, the previous academic status of warning, probation, or suspension is removed and does not become part of the dual enrollment student’s permanent record.
The University reserves the right to suspend or dismiss a student at any time, and without further reason if the student exhibits the following undesirable conduct:
A Dual Enrollment Student whose cumulative GPA falls between 1.00-1.99 for a term will be placed on academic warning.
- Any Dual Enrollment Student whose term GPA falls below 2.00 may be placed on warning.
A Dual Enrollment Student on academic warning whose cumulative GPA remains between 1.00-1.99 for an additional term will be placed on academic probation.
- Any dual enrollment student whose term GPA falls below 1.00 may be placed on probation.
A Dual Enrollment Student on academic probation whose cumulative GPA remains between 1.00-1.99 for an additional term will be suspended from the University.
- Any dual enrollment student whose cumulative or term GPA falls below 1.00 may be suspended from the University.
For Dual Enrollment Students who have been academically suspended from the University, a written petition for readmission must accompany the application for admission. Suspended Dual Enrollment Students are eligible to reapply for admission after completing a minimum of 12 high school semester hours of academic credit with a CGPA of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale or higher.
- Unless readmitted to the University, suspended Dual Enrollment Students will not be permitted to take any further courses with the University.
- Students who are placed on warning, probation, or suspension should speak with the Dual Enrollment Office, who will work with the Registrar’s Office if status adjustments are available.
- All Dual Enrollment Students returning to the University will automatically be placed on Provisional Admission Status. Dual Enrollment Students on Provisional Admission Status should refer to the Dual Enrollment Provisional Admission guidelines provided in the Admissions Policy section.
Active student status is maintained through continued enrollment beyond the drop period in at least one Dual Enrollment course.
- Students remain in Active Student Status unless they
- Voluntarily Dis-Enroll from the Dual Enrollment Program
- Are academically or administratively dismissed/suspended from the Dual Enrollment Program
If a student is not enrolled in an approved Dual Enrollment course for a period of one academic year, they will become discontinued from the Dual Enrollment program.
If a student who has been discontinued from the Dual Enrollment Program wishes to return, they may contact the Dual Enrollment Office and provide a written request for Readmission. To be readmitted to the Dual Enrollment Program, the student will be required to submit a new Dual Enrollment Application and provide updated High School Transcripts.
- Courses previously taken with the Dual Enrollment Program will not re-qualify the individual as an active Dual Enrollment Program Student.