High school students in college: Where the classes are

Data on dual-enrollment program locations provide roadmap for boosting enrollment
By: | Issue: April/May, 2019
November 25, 2019

A one-size-fits-all option does not exist for dual-enrollment program locations, U.S. Department of Education data reveals. In urban areas, high school students may have easy access to one (or more) college campuses to take classes for college credit; students in rural areas could be limited to classes offered in their own high schools or online. Here’s what campus administrators of such programs need to know to help boost enrollment. (Click on image to view infographic.)

Dual-enrollment program location impacts access and enrollment. (Click on image to enlarge infographic.)

Dual-enrollment program location impacts access and enrollment. (Click on image to enlarge infographic.)