Dual Credit Resources

On this page, you will find a number of resources and links to learn more about Teach Dual Credit Indiana and dual credit credentialing requirements.

Teach Dual Credit Indiana Resources

Teach Dual Credit Indiana Program Overview

  • View a PDF version of a PowerPoint about the Teach Dual Credit Indiana program.

Teach Dual Credit Indiana Flyer

Dual Credit Resources

 Ivy Tech Dual Credit Credentialing Webinar Recording

  • This one-hour webinar is helpful for any current or future dual credit teachers and features Teach Dual Credit Indiana as well as STEM Teach, a similar program which provides graduate courses as well as professional development in STEM fields. The webinar also covers:
    • An overview of how dual credit credentialing is changing as a result of Higher Learning Commission (HLC) guidance
    • Information on the impact of these changes to the state of Indiana and Indiana K-12 schools
    • Information on how dual credit teachers can access FREE graduate programming opportunities

Higher Learning Commission Guidance Document

  • This document outlines the changes that will go into effect for dual credit teachers in 2023.

Indiana Commission for Higher Education Dual Credit Resources

  •  The Indiana Commission for Higher Education website includes a number of links to dual credit resources.

TransferIN Dual Credit Resources

  • The Indiana Commission for Higher Education also maintains the TransferIN website, which includes dual credit resources for educators and students, including the Liberal Arts Priority Dual Credit Crosswalk.

Indiana Early College Credit Report 2021

  • This report, published by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, provides an overview of the benefits of dual credit and pre-college coursework.

Early College High School Model

  • Learn more about Early College High Schools, which allow high school students to graduate with 15 or more college credits in addition to a high school diploma through dual credit courses. In many Early Colleges, students can graduate with the Indiana College Core, an associate’s degree, or a technical certificate. The Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) is the only organization in Indiana authorized to endorse Early College High Schools.

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