• Dual Enrollment Presentation and Q&A Session (9/24/20)

     

             

        

    Dual Enrollment Program

    Introduction

    Exeter Township Senior High School has a dual enrollment agreement with Reading Area Community College enabling students to earn college credit for classes they take at ETHS.  RACC Dual Enrollment Video - this 2 minute video provides a quick overview.

     Particulars about the program include:

     

    • DUAL ENROLLMENT – participating students will receive credit from both ETHS and RACC.

     

    • DUAL ENROLLMENT COURSES – Spring 2021

     

    RACC Course/Section #’s

    RACC Course

    # of

    EHS Course

     Credits

    ACC 105-3501

    Financial Accounting

    3

    (H) Accounting II

    ART-111-3501

    Drawing I

    3

    (H) Fine Arts I

    ART-121-3501

    Painting

    3

    (H) Fine Arts II

    MAT-210-3501

    Statistics

    3

    (H) Probability & Statistics / AP Statistics

    COM-121-3502

    English Composition

    3

    AP Language & Composition

    HIS-110-3501 & HIS-115-3513

    US History I & II

    3 or 6

    AP US History

    MAT 221-3502

    Calculus II

    4

    AP Calculus BC

    PSY-130-3501

    General Psychology

    3

    (H) Psychology

      

    • APPLICATION PROCESS

     

     

    • Please alert your parent/guardian to expect an email from RACC to confirm your course registration.

     

    • APPLICATION DEADLINE 3:00 PM on Friday, February 5, 2021.

    Students must complete the application and registration process by 2/5/21.  Parent confirmation is also required by 2/5/21.

     

    • 2020-2021 RACC TUITION (fees are waived)

    $297.00 (3-Credit Course)

    $396.00 (4-Credit Course)

    Do not include payment with your registration. You will receive a bill directly from RACC.  Fall semester bills will be due on April 1, 2021.

      

    • TRANSFERABILITY – Since these courses would be traditional college freshman selections, the transferability factor is extremely high. Students should contact the registrar’s office of colleges they plan to make application to in order to confirm that the transfer credits will be accepted.  Students should also be aware that some colleges may not give credit to courses that are used to fulfill high school graduation requirements.  In addition, typically a grade of “C” (70%) or higher is required to transfer credits.  It is the student’s responsibility to verify the transfer credit policy at the college that they wish to attend to find out how dual enrollment credits will be accepted.     

     

     

    • Please Note: Once a student has registered for a course, should he/she decide to withdraw from the course, he/she must see Mrs. Freese immediately to complete a withdrawal form. Please be advised student may be responsible for the full tuition for that course depending upon the date that RACC receives notice of the intended withdrawal.

     

    • QUESTIONS???

     

     

    • Join a Dual Enrollment Q & A Session with RACC. Sessions will be offered from 12PM to 1PM on the following dates:  9/10, 9/17, 9/24 and 10/1. 

     

    • Contact Kristen Marcinko, Asst. Director of Community & Academic Partnerships, RACC, kmarcinko@racc.edu, 610-372-4721 x5127

     

    • Contact Jodi Corbett, Associate VP of Community and Academic Partnerships, RACC, jcorbett@racc.edu, 610-607-6219

     

    RACC Campus Portal Guide for 1st Time Users - Once your account is set up, you can confirm your registration, review your academic history and request a transcript. 

    20-21 Dual Enrollment Student Handbook