Higher Eds

Postsecondary institutions are encouraged to submit proposals to offer courses through Teach Dual Credit Indiana. Tuition, books, and materials for these courses will be offered at no cost to teachers in Indiana by utilizing the funds granted to CELL and made available from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education by INvestED to pay colleges and universities for tuition, books, and materials. All payments are made to higher education institutions on a reimbursement basis when the course is completed.

Announcements: Course proposals for all courses through 2023 are due February 19, 2021.

Proposal Information

Graduate courses will be offered in the following semesters: Winter/Spring 2021, Summer I & II 2021, Fall 2021, Winter/Spring 2022, and Summer I & II 2022, Fall 2022, and Winter/Spring 2023 as funding allows. Courses may be offered in an Online Only (synchronous or asynchronous), Hybrid (Online & In-Person), or In-Person Only approach. Since teachers from all regions of Indiana are eligible to apply for this funding opportunity, an Online Only course format for graduate level courses is the preferred method of course delivery for teachers due to their various locations, time zones, and school schedules. Priority will be given to Online Only course formats for all semesters.

All non-profit higher education institutions in Indiana may submit proposals. Campuses are encouraged to promote collaboration within departments for one submission; therefore, only one proposal from each campus per discipline area will be considered.

The ICHE annual report on the status of Indiana dual credit teachers in non-STEM fields may be helpful for higher education institutions to determine the offerings that will be proposed for inclusion into Teach Dual Credit Indiana.

 

Proposal Instructions

The Request for Proposal Documents (RFP) are available below. Please note that the RFP Form is in PDF format. This form should be downloaded and saved directly to your computer. Once saved, open it directly from the saved location on your computer to complete it. Do not use an internet browser window to attempt to complete it. Once it is completed and saved, submitting it using the Submit button in the top right-hand corner of the form is preferred. If you are unable to submit it using the Submit button, please email it to wlodarcyzkt@uindy.edu. 

The Course Description form is also available below as a Word document. Please send the completed Course Description form along with Syllabi for Summer 2021 courses by email to wlodarcyzkt@uindy.edu.

A list of frequently asked questions is available as a PDF by clicking on the Proposal FAQs button.

 

Higher Education Timeline

All dates are for reference purposes only and are subject to change.

October – November 2020: First Higher Education Proposal Window

October 19 – 30, 2020: Questions can be submitted via email to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu

October 26 – November 13, 2020: Proposals for courses which will begin in Winter/Spring 2021 may be submitted via the HE Proposal PDF form

November 13, 2020: Proposal forms and syllabi for Winter/Spring 2021 must be submitted via the Submit button on the HE Proposal form by 4:30 PM EST to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu

November 23, 2020: Higher Ed Institutions notified of courses accepted into Teach Dual Credit Indiana beginning in Winter/Spring 2021

December 2020: Planning for Winter/Spring 2021

December 14 – December 17, 2020: Teach Dual Credit Indiana application and course registration open for teachers

December 17, 2020: Course registration lists sent to Higher Ed Institutions for Winter/Spring 2021

December 18, 2020 – January 8, 2021: Campus Liaisons contact teachers with additional course details for Winter/Spring 2021

January – May 2021: Winter/Spring 2021 Courses

January – May 2021: Invoices and Course Completion Lists due at conclusion of each Winter/Spring 2021 course

February 2021: Second Proposal Window

February 1 – 19, 2021: Proposals for courses which will begin in Summer 2021 or after may be submitted via the HE Proposal PDF form or via email to wlodarcyzkt@uindy.edu

March 5, 2021: Higher Ed Institutions notified of courses accepted into Teach Dual Credit Indiana beginning or after Summer 2021

February – April 2021: Planning for Summer 2021

February 19, 2021: Course description forms and syllabi for all Summer 2021 courses must be submitted by 4:30 PM EST to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu

March 15– April 2, 2021: Summer 2021 Teach Dual Credit Indiana course registration open for teachers

April 7, 2021: Course registration lists sent to Higher Ed Institutions for Summer 2021

April 8 – 16, 2021: Campus Liaisons contact teachers with additional course details for Summer 2021

May – August 2021: Summer 2021 Courses

May – August 2021: Invoices and Course Completion Lists due at conclusion of each Summer 2021 course

June – July 2021: Planning for Fall 2021

June 11, 2021: Course description forms and syllabi for all fall courses must be submitted by 4:30 PM EST on June 11, 2021 to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu 

June 29 – July 16, 2021: Fall 2021 Teach Dual Credit Indiana course registration open for teachers

July 20, 2021: Course registration lists sent to Higher Ed Institutions for Fall 2021

July 21 – August 13, 2021: Campus Liaisons contact teachers with additional course details for Fall 2021

August – December 2021: Fall 2021 Courses

August – December 2021: Invoices and Course Completion Lists due at conclusion of each Fall 2021 course

November – December 2021: Planning for Winter/Spring 2022

Dates TBD: Course description forms and syllabi for all Winter/Spring 2022 courses must be submitted by 4:30 PM EST to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu

Dates TBD: Winter/Spring 2022 Teach Dual Credit Indiana course registration open for teachers

Dates TBD: Course registration lists sent to Higher Ed Institutions for Winter/Spring 2022

Dates TBD: Campus Liaisons contact teachers with additional course details for Winter/Spring 2022

January – May 2022: Winter/Spring 2022 Courses

January – May 2022: Invoices and Course Completion Lists due at conclusion of each Winter/Spring 2021 course

March – April 2022: Planning for Summer 2022

Dates TBD: Course description forms and syllabi for all Summer 2022 courses must be submitted by 4:30 PM EST on TBD to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu
Dates TBD: Teach Dual Credit Indiana course registration open for teachers
Dates TBD: Course registration lists sent to Higher Ed Institutions

May – August 2021: Summer 2022 Courses

May – August 2022: Invoices and Course Completion Lists due at conclusion of each Summer 2022 course

June – July 2022: Planning for Fall 2022

Dates TBD: Course description forms and syllabi for all Fall 2022 courses must be submitted by 4:30 PM EST to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu
Dates TBD: Teach Dual Credit Indiana course registration open for teachers
Dates TBD: Course registration lists sent to Higher Ed Institutions

August – December 2022: Fall 2022 Courses

August – December 2022: Invoices and Course Completion Lists due at conclusion of each Fall 2022 course

November – December 2022: Planning for Winter/Spring 2023 Courses

Dates TBD: Course description forms and syllabi for all Winter/Spring 2023 courses must be submitted by 4:30 PM EST to wlodarczykt@uindy.edu
Dates TBD: Teach Dual Credit Indiana course registration open for teachers
Dates TBD: Course registration lists sent to Higher Ed Institutions

January – May 2023: Winter/Spring 2023 Courses

January – May 2023: Invoices and Course Completion Lists due at conclusion of each Winter/Spring 2023 course

Financial Information

Tuition
Graduate course tuition payments will be paid at the conclusion of each course to the business office of each institution.

Books and Materials
All books, materials, lab fees, etc. will be paid to the college/university at the conclusion of each course or workshop.

University Administrative Service Fee
Upon the conclusion of each course, universities and colleges will be reimbursed up to $1,000 per course to offset administrative expenses.

Campus Liaison
Upon the conclusion of each course, a payment of up to $200 per course for a campus liaison will be provided to the college/university. Each campus must designate a campus liaison who will coordinate efforts and serve as the main point of contact for the institution’s Teach Dual Credit Indiana courses.

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