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The college credits earned through dual enrollment are the same as college credits earned by a regular college student. As such, academic college credits are readily transferable throughout the state. Students may be issued an LDCC transcript that indicates the college credits earned and the college course numbers.
The Louisiana Board of Regents articulation matrix facilitates the transfer of credits to colleges and universities within Louisiana. Depending on the out-of-state institution college credits earned through dual enrollment may transfer to meet specific degree requirements or as elective credits. Students who plan to attend college outside of Louisiana should check with the university they plan to attend to find out how the school transfers college credits earned from other colleges and universities.
A student who wishes to withdraw from the course should contact the instructor for assistance if needed. Log into LoLA to withdraw/drop courses. Failure to be attentive to drop dates and withdrawal deadlines established could damage the student’s permanent college record.
Dual Enrollment students will be charged reduced tuition for college courses. Students will be billed based on the number of credit hours for which they are registered. Students will be responsible for purchasing textbooks.
Delta wants your student to succeed, and we want to involve parents and guardians in the education process. Please review the course expectations and how college standards are maintained in the Dual Enrollment Program.
Student success at the college level requires the involvement of the parent/guardian in order to understand college standards and course expectations in the dual enrollment program.
Delta courses offered on high school campuses are college courses; therefore, they make greater demands on students’ abilities to conceptualize, understand implications, and draw conclusions from their reading and research than most high school courses. These courses go into greater depth, often take more time and work, and enable students to reach new levels of accomplishment. Students accept these challenges when they register for a college course. Similarly, parents should understand that their high school student will experience appropriately stringent college grading standards