Benefit to students:
- Savings of time by completing college courses while in high school
- Savings of money with reduced tuition. Check out your school.
- Dual credit courses meet requirements to earn an Academic Honors diploma
- The challenge of a rigorous course
- Gain confidence about taking a college level course
- Enjoy the benefits of being an IPFW student (free tutoring, library resources, technology privileges, free admission to IPFW sporting & theater events, etc.)
Benefit to teachers:
- Classroom educational materials and professional development
- Purdue employee tuition remission
- Adjunct instructor status at IPFW
- For teachers required to take a course(s), the tuition is fully paid for by IPFW
- Access to IPFW faculty resources, including IPFW Helmke Library and extensive database in the IU database system
- Software discounts at Follett’s Bookstore
Benefit to schools:
- Provide high achieving students with additional course opportunities
- Minimum administrative efforts (IPFW bears full burden of administration)
- Professional development provided for participating teachers
- Classroom materials provided from enrollment funds
- University resources available to participating students
- Completes one of four indicators in the College and Career Readiness Metric requirements per IDOE Dual Credit Frequently Asked Questions
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