Dual Credit Enrollment Guide

 Dual Credit Enrollment Guide


NCMC Dual Credit Program

Program Contacts

Regional Relations Specialist
Whitney Trump 660-359-3948 Ext. 1318
wtrump@mail.ncmissouri.edu
Responsibilities include:

    • Answering dual credit questions
  • Submitting dual credit rebates
  • Submitting dual credit applications and enrolling students into dual credit courses
  • Approving dual credit adjunct faculty
  • Approving dual credit classes

Student Accounts Officer
Whitney Bingham 660-359-3948 Ext. 1508
wbingham@mail.ncmissouri.edu
Responsibilities include:

  • Answering dual credit questions
  • Billing dual credit students or schools each semester

NCMC Dual Credit Purpose

Dual credit courses enable high school students to simultaneously receive both high school and college-level course credit. Dual credit courses may be taught by full-time or adjunct NCMC instructors. These instructors provide teaching in the high school, online, or through interactive television. However, the majority of dual credit courses will be taught by high school instructors, with supervision by full-time NCMC instructors.

The Dean of Instruction is responsible for certifying to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE) that NCMC is in full compliance with CBHE guidelines on dual credit. Compliance with CBHE standards ensures that dual credit courses will be accepted in transfer to Missouri colleges and universities in the same way as courses taken on campus.

Many high school students in Missouri now take advantage of the opportunity to attend college while in their junior and senior years of high school and – North Central Missouri College is proud to participate in these offerings. By participating in the dual credit program, a high school student can make substantial progress toward a college degree before finishing their senior year of high school.

2018-2019 Dual Credit Timeline

Fall Course Deadlines
August 17 High school deadline for submission of online course enrollment forms & transcripts for Fall and year-long courses.
September 7 High school deadline for submission of dual credit enrollment forms & transcripts for Fall courses and year-long courses.
September 14 Last day to drop with a refund.
November 16 Fall Withdrawal Deadline – no refund.
Spring Course Deadlines
January 7 High school deadline for submission of online course enrollment forms &am; transcripts for Spring courses.
January 18 High school deadline for submission of dual credit enrollment forms & transcripts for Spring.
January 28 Last day to drop with a refund.
April 18 Spring and Year-long Withdrawal Deadline – no refund.

*For more information about Dual Credit, contact the counselor at your high school or the NCMC Dual Credit office at (660) 359-3948, ext. 1318 or wtrump@mail.ncmissouri.edu.

Dual Credit Program Description

WHAT IS DUAL CREDIT?

Dual credit is a program that allows qualified high school students to enroll in college-level classes that earn both high school and college credit. The program is operated jointly by the high school and North Central Missouri College. Students receive credit at both institutions upon successful completion of a dual credit course or courses.

WHAT DUAL CREDIT COURSES ARE USUALLY OFFERED?

NCMC offers a full-range of general education and career/technical courses as indicated in the Dual Credit Course Descriptions found in the Appendix.

HOW ARE DUAL CREDIT FINAL GRADES RECORDED?

Final grades for dual credit courses will be reflected on both the student’s high school transcript and on the college’s permanent record.

WHO PAYS FOR DUAL CREDIT CLASSES?

Each student is billed separately for the classes in which he or she enrolls. Payment must be paid in full to the Student Accounts Office by the deadline. Students will not be eligible to enroll for the next term until all outstanding balances are paid. Students are eligible to set up a payment plan through the Student Accounts Department, 660-359-3948, Ext. 1508.

Dual Credit Payment Deadlines

  • Fall: November 1st
  • Spring: April 1st

Rebates will not be sent for students who pay after the following dates:

  • February 1 for Fall classes
  • June 15 for Spring classes

Student Eligibility for Dual Credit

High school student eligibility to participate in dual credit courses may vary in accordance with NCMC’s admission standards. For all institutions however, all students must have a minimum, non-weighted, cumulative, high school grade-point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or the equivalent, and be recommended by the high school principal or his or her official designee. If your school uses a scale other than 4.0, we will use the following formula for calculating entrance requirements: Divide the GPA by 2.75. Example: 9.2 (on an 11.0 scale) divided by 2.75 = 3.34 (converted to a 4.0 scale.)

High school students must also meet the same requirements for admission to individual courses (e.g., English or mathematics) as those required of on-campus students (e.g., ACT, ASSET, COMPASS, PLAN, or other placement test scores). Specific placement tests may not be required for admission to some college courses.

In addition to the requirements above, students in the 11th and 12th grades interested in dual credit must also meet the additional criteria listed below:

  1. Students in the 11th and 12th grades with an overall minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) are automatically eligible for dual credit courses.
  2. Students in the 11th and 12th grades with an overall grade point average between 2.5–2.99 (on a 4.0 scale) must provide a signed letter of recommendation from their principal or guidance counselor and provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian.

Students in the 9th and 10th grade interested in dual credit must also meet the additional criteria listed below:

  1. Students in the 10th grade must have an overall minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and must provide a signed letter of recommendation from their principal and guidance counselor and provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian.
  2. Students in the 9th grade must have an overall minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale), score at the 90th percentile or above on the ACT or SAT, and provide a signed letter of recommendation from their principal and guidance counselor and provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian.

Transferability of Dual Credit

Dual credit programs are not designed to replace a substantial segment of the academic experience on a college campus, but rather these programs are created to provide high-achieving high school students with opportunities for acceleration. High school students vary in their academic preparedness and in their capacity to complete collegiate-level work while in high school. The number of credit hours successfully completed by a high school student in dual credit programs will be related to their ability level, as well as time commitments and other obligations. Since dual credit programs are predicated on the portability of transcripted college credit, transcripted college credit, students and family members should consider the student’s ultimate academic goals, as well as programs and future institution’s they are considering. Five courses shall be assured in transfer to all public institutions and independent/proprietary signatory institutions. “Equivalence of five courses” means five individual courses, regardless of the credit-hour value of those courses.

Students who wish to transfer more than five dual credit courses should consult their institution to determine if they have a policy regarding dual credit acceptance. All courses presented for transfer shall be evaluated based upon written transfer agreements in force among/between institutions.

Please refer to the MDHE Dual Credit Policy in regards to Transferability of Dual Credit found in the Appendix.

Assessment of Student Performance for Dual Credit

The responsibility for the development of assessment and evaluation measures to assure dual credit quality and comparability resides with the NCMC instructor in the appropriate academic discipline. In general, comparability between the dual credit course taught in the high school and the corresponding NCMC course should be demonstrated by using the same methods of assessment and/or identical testing procedures and by employing the same means of evaluation, which will be graded by the high school instructor or designee and supervised by the appropriate NCMC instructor.

On a periodic basis NCMC instructors will be evaluating the course for quality control. This may include requiring the dual credit instructor to upload required information such as tests, syllabi, etc.

ENROLLMENT AND FEES FOR DUAL CREDIT

Students must comply with all NCMC financial policies. Please refer to the current NCMC Dual Credit Handbook for enrollment deadlines.

NCMC’s Dual Credit tuition rate is $100 per credit hour. Dual Credit Student Applicants who pay by cash or check it is recommended that an initial minimum payment of $50 per credit hour be submitted at the time of application. The NCMC student accounts office will bill them for the remaining balance. Students wishing to pay by credit card will not be required to submit an initial payment instead they will be billed after their application is processed.

NCMC will rebate 30% of the tuition, per course, to the high school. The high school can then choose how to utilize the rebate money. Any outstanding tuition owed by dual credit students will be withheld from the high school rebate. Students who have outstanding debt from previous terms will not be allowed to enroll in current classes until all tuition and fees are paid.

Online courses will not have rebates due to these courses being taught by NCMC’s Faculty.

Dual Credit Payment Deadlines:

  • Fall 2018: November 1st
  • Spring 2019: April 1st

Rebates will not be sent for students who pay after the following dates:

  • February 1 for Fall classes
  • June 15 for Spring classes

Withdrawal Instructions

If a student wishes to no longer take a dual credit course after enrolling they must do one of the following in order to properly withdraw:

  • Fill out a withdrawal card in the Registrar’s Office on the NCMC Campus
  • Send an email to registrar@mail.ncmissouri.edu from the student’s Pirate Email account
    • Student sign and mail a letter requesting to withdraw from the course

Withdrawal Deadlines for 2018-19

  • November 16 for Fall Courses
  • April 18 for Spring and Year-long Courses

View Tuition and Fees: 2018_2019

Dual Credit Faculty Information

Faculty Qualifications

In order to provide your students with quality collegiate-level education and to enhance transferability, the Missouri Department of Higher Education requires all dual credit instructors to meet the following guidelines:

  • Master’s degree in the subject they wish to teach or
  • Master’s degree in any other subject area, with a minimum of 18 hours of graduate coursework in the subject they wish to teach.

Potential dual credit faculty are subject to the following procedures for employment:

  1. Potential Dual Credit faculty must send a current resume and official transcripts to NCMC for approval process.
  2. A letter must be sent to NCMC from the high school principal or counselor stating which dual credit courses will be offered each semester and who will be teaching them.

The NCMC Dean of Instruction may determine that certain exceptions can be made by agreeing to do an 18-hour plan of study, which must be worked out prior to teaching a dual credit class for North Central Missouri College.

All other policy guidelines are listed in the Policy Guidelines for the Delivery & Transferability of Credit Obtained in Dual Credit Programs Offered in High Schools with Clarifying Comments and the NCMC Adjunct Faculty Handbook which are located in the appendix of this handbook.

Roster Verification

All dual credit faculty need to make sure rosters are accurate and report any discrepancies to Whitney Trump before the drop deadline for that term. It is critical that this verification takes place before the drop deadline in order to insure all students are properly enrolled and course tuition has been accurately charged. Failure to verify rosters could result in students missing the drop deadline and paying for a course that they did not intend to stay enrolled in.

Grade Submission

All dual credit faculty must submit their grades for their dual credit courses at the end of the term through SAIL.

In order to submit students’ overall grades for one of your dual credit course sections through SAIL follow the 7 steps listed below:

  1. Select the Classes tab.
  2. Select the Grading menu item.
  3. Select the Overall Grades option.
  4. Select a Year and then view the list of your courses for that year.
  5. Select the Course section for which you want to enter overall course grades.
  6. In the My Grade column, you can change grades for students for whom the Actual Grade has not yet been approved or posted.
  7. Select the appropriate button to record the students’ grades:
    • Save

      If the time period is not open for grading, you will only be able to Save the students’ grades.
      If the time period is open for grading but you are not ready to submit the students’ grades, select Save to just record the grades for now.

    • Submit

      If the time period is open for grading and you are ready to submit the students’ grades, select Submit Final to submit the final grades.

Academic Alert for Students

The Academic Alert program is designed to intercede when issues, outside of subject matter, come in to play (attendance, study strategies, test anxiety, time management, etc.). Students who are struggling with subject matter should be referred directly to the ARC (Academic Resource Center) by the faculty member for assistance in reading comprehension, writing or math. The Academic Alert system is a “wake-up call” to students that action is necessary on their part to succeed in coursework. Faculty are encouraged to contact students directly when they feel the issue is something they are best equipped to address.

Each time you submit a form, an email is auto-generated to the student identification number on this form. Attached within the appendix is a copy of the information the student receives. The email subject line on the email the student receives shows the course the Early Alert was submitted for. Please keep in mind that the notes section on the referral form is available to provide additional information to the dual credit coordinator, for reference when the student makes contact with them. The notes are not visible to the student on the student email. If you meet with a student to discuss the information, please notify the dual credit coordinator for reporting purposes.

Submit Final

If the time period is open for grading and you are ready to submit the students’ overall grades for the course section, select Submit Final.

Non-Compliance Policy and Procedures

In order to ensure course alignment among those teaching, whether it be on campus, online, outreach, or dual credit, communication is critical between the faculty department chair and those teaching alike courses. It is imperative that all instructors comply to the academic rigor and student learning outcomes of the courses being taught. If it is found that an instructor is knowingly not complying with the required responsibilities of teaching the course(s) a written and verbal warning will be given. If the lack of compliance continues then corrective disciplinary action will be taken.

Refer to Adjunct-Faculty Handbook for additional resources

View NCMC’s Adjunct-Faculty Handbook

Dual Credit Application and Course Registration Instructions

Instructions for enrolling personnel:

  • Hand out course information and the Dual Credit Application and Course Registration forms to all students. Discuss dual credit courses and provide course numbers to students.
  • Provide deadline for submission of the forms from students to the high school office. Forms will need to be signed by the students’ parent or guardian before submission if the student is under 18. Explain billing expectations.
  • A minimum of $50/credit hour is recommended (not required) to be included with the Application/Registration form if paying by cash or check.
  • Students with outstanding fees from previous terms will not be allowed to enroll until the outstanding fees are paid.
  • Make a copy of the enrollment form for your records before mailing in.

Instructions for high school office personnel:

  1. Verify pre-requisites for students
    • ACT, ASSET, ASPIRE, or COMPASS test required for Math, National Government, History, Life and Physical Science, and English courses
    • 3.00 non-weighted, cumulative, high school grade point average required.
  2. Forms must be signed by high school principal or counselor. Please do not submit forms to NCMC for students who do not meet the established guidelines.
  3. Attach high school transcripts (including test scores) to the Application and Course Registration forms.
    • You do not need to send a new transcript for returning students in the spring semester unless:
    • Student was borderline on the GPA requirement
    • Student has a new ACT or other Placement exam scores
  4. Mail registration forms, transcripts, and payment to: NCMC
    c/o Dual Credit
    1301 Main
    Trenton, MO 64683

Course rosters will be available on the instructors SAIL account once all registrations have been approved and entered. Any names that do not appear on the roster are NOT enrolled in the dual credit course. Please notify NCMC immediately if there are any changes.

Student Enrollment Check Sheet

Application/Registration form signed by students, parents, and principal/school official
Minimum $50/credit hour is included with Application/Registration form if paying by cash or check
Billing procedures explained
Student meets all requirements and transcripts are attached to enrollment form with verified non-weighted, cumulative, high school GPA of at least 3.0
All students enrolling in College Algebra, English, History or National Government, Life and Physical Sciences must have ACT, PLAN, ASSET or COMPASS scores indicated on their transcripts
Dual Credit Schedule sheet completed

Appendix

CAMPUS SERVICES FOR STUDENTS

Phone (660) 359-3948

Office Extensions

Department Extensions
DUAL CREDIT (Geyer Hall) 1318
ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER (Geyer Hall) 1334
ADMISSIONS (Alexander Student Center) 1414
ADVISING (Alexander Student Center) 1418
BOOKSTORE (Main Street Building) 1506
CASHIER’S OFFICE (Alexander Student Center) 1513 or 1414
COMPUTER HELP DESK 1214
KETCHAM COMMUNITY CENTER 1450
LIBRARY (Geyer Hall) 1335
REGISTRAR (Alexander Student Center) 1206
STUDENT ACCOUNTS (Frey Administrative Center) 1508

To: Dual Credit Counselors and Teachers

From: Dr. Beth Caldarello and the entire Library team
Re: MOBIUS use

Hello and WELCOME to our Library!

MOBIUS is the consortium which enables our dual credit students to have access to 32 million print items, and so much more, from over 60 academic libraries in Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado.

In order for dual credit students to check out materials from academic collections, they will need to have their names, addresses, phone numbers, and student ID numbers loaded into NCMC’s library database. This identifies your students as NCMC students. If you just let me know that you want that to happen, we can perform that magic on our end, so your students are ready to have access to all of our materials. This access also includes all of our amazing electronic databases with reputable sources and citation help.
Our website has changed, so to access the Library Resources use the link below.

http://www.ncmissouri.edu/library/

If you would like any additional information, please contact us! I love speaking to your students and make my presentations specifically for each group. Call if you would like to come visit us! (660-359-3948 ext.1322) or email bcaldarello@mail.ncmissouri.edu

ASPIRE Test Score Guide

Course Test Score Subject ASPIRE Test Score Required
EN101 – English 1 English 433
MT122 – College Algebra Math 435
MT125 – Elementary Statistics Math 435
MT132 – Trigonometry Math 435
PL216 – National Government Reading 425
HI103 – American History to 1877 Reading 425
BI100 – General Biology Reading 425

Placement Score Requirements

 Placement Score Requirements


English

English I
ACT – English ≤10 11-14 15 16 17 18 and up
Compass – Writing ≤19 20-48 49-59 60-66 67-69 70 and up
ASSET – Writing ≤25 26-27 28-29 30-31 32-34 35 and up
WritePlacer 0-1 2 3 4 5-8
H.S. Cumulative GPA
2.5-2.599 Not Qualified for DC English EN101- English I
2.6-2.999 Not Qualified for DC English EN101 – English I
3.0-3.599 Not Qualified for DC English EN101 – English I
3.6-4.0+ Not Qualified for DC English EN101 – English I

Example: A student with a 3.0 can take English I with a Reading score on the ACT of 16

Reading

Reading Score: History, Governement and Biology
ACT 18 and up
Compass 81 and up
Asset 18 and up
Accuplacer 80 and up

*Biology also has a Math score requirement: ACT – 17, Compass – 50, ASSET – Int 48, or Accuplacer – EA 100 or CL 25

Math

Math
ACT – Math 0-11 12-13 14-15 16 17 – 20 21 22-36
Compass NS 0 – 22 NS 23 – 29 NS 30-100 Alg 0 – 49 Alg 50-62 Alg 63-65 Alg 66 – 100
CA 0 – 45
ASSET NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
Int 45 – 47 Int 48 – 53 Int 54 Int 55
Accuplacer Arithmetic
0 – 28
Arithmetic
29-49
Arithmetic
50 – 56
EA 54 – 99
CL 20-24
EA 100 – 110
CL 25 – 36
EA 111-115
CL 37-40
EA 116-120
CL 41-120
H.S. Cumulative GPA
2.5-2.599 Not qualified for DC Math MT110 Int. Alg. & BI-100 Gen. Bio. MT-122 College Algebra
2.6-4.0+ Not qualified for DC Math MT110 Int. Alg. & BI-100 Gen. Bio. MT-122 College Algebra

College Algebra

Example: A student with a 2.6 g.p.a. can take College Algebra with a Math score on the ACT of 21
Example: A student with a 2.6 g.p.a. can take Intermediate Algebra with a Math score on the ACT of 16

H.S. Cumulative GPA

Math Concepts
ACT- Math 0-11 12-13 14-15 16 17-20 21 22-36
Compass NS 0 – 22 NS 23 – 29 NS 30-100 Alg 0 – 49 Alg 50-62 Alg 61-63 Alg 64-100
CA 0-45
ASSET NS 0-17
EA 0-6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
Int 45 – 47 Int 48-51 Int 52-53 Int 54 – 55
Accuplacer Arithmetic
0 – 28
Arithmetic
29-49
Arithmetic
50 – 56
EA 54 – 99
CL 20-24
EA 100-110
CL 25-36
EA 111-115
CL 37-40
EA 116-120
CL 41-120
2.5-2.599 Not qualified for DC Math MT110 Int. Alg. & BI-100 Gen. Bio. MT121 – Math Concepts
2.6-4.0+ Not qualified for DC Math MT110 Int. Alg. & BI-100 Gen. Bio. MT121 – Math Concepts
Elementary Statistics
ACT- Math 0-11 12-13 14-15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22-36
Compass NS 0 – 22 NS 23 – 29 NS 30-100 Alg 0 – 48 Alg 49-51 Alg 52-54 Alg 55-57 Alg 58-60 Alg 61-63 Alg 64-65
ASSET NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
EA 40-43 EA 44-45 EA 46-47 EA 48-49 EA 50-51 EA 52-53 EA 54-55
Accuplacer Arithmetic
0 – 28
Arithmetic
29-49
Arithmetic
50 – 56
EA 54 – 96 EA 97-99
CL 20-24
EA 100-102
CL 25-28
EA 103-106
CL 29-32
EA 107-110
CL 33-36
EA 111-115
CL 37-40
EA 116 -120
CL 41 – 45
Elementary Statistics
2.5-2.599 Not qualified for DC Math MT125 – Elementary Statistics
2.6-4.0+ Not qualified for DC Math MT125 – Elementary Statistics
Contemporary Mathematics
ACT- Math 0-11 12-13 14-15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22-36
Compass NS 0-22 NS 23-29 NS 30-100 Alg 0 -48 Alg 49-51 Alg 52-54 Alg 55-57 Alg 58-60 Alg 61-63 Alg 64-65
ASSET NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
NS 0 – 17
EA 0 – 6
EA 40-43 EA 44-45 EA 46-47 EA 48-49 EA 50-51 EA 52-53 EA 54-55
Accuplacer Arithmetic
0 – 28
Arithmetic
29-49
Arithmetic
50 – 56
EA 54 – 96 EA 97-99
CL 20-24
EA 100-102
CL 25-28
EA 103-106
CL 29-32
EA 107-110
CL 33-36
EA 111-115
CL 37-40
EA 116 -120
CL 41 – 45
H.S. Cumulative GPA
2.5-2.599 Not qualified for DC Math MT119 – Contemporary Mathematics
2.6-4.0+ Not qualified for DC Math MT119 – Contemporary Mathematics

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NCMC Acdemic Calendar

Fall Session 2018
Thursday/Friday, August 16-17 College In-Service
Monday, August 20 Classes Begin
Thursday, August 23 Fall add/drop ends
Monday, September 3 Labor Day – College Closed
Friday, September 28 Fall 1st Session Withdrawal Deadline
Friday, October 5 Fall 1st Session Ends
Monday, October 8 Fall 2nd Session Begins
Wednesday, October 10 Fall 2nd Session Add/Drop Ends
Friday, October 19 Fall Break – College Closed
Friday, November 16 Fall withdrawal deadline
Wednesday-Friday, November 21-23 Thanksgiving – College Closed
Friday, November 30 Last day of regular classes
Monday – Thursday, December 3-6 Final exams

Final Exams Information

December 24-January 1 Holiday Break – College closed
Spring Intersession 2019
Friday, December 7 Classes Begins
Tuesday, December 11 Intersession Add/Drop Ends
Monday, December 17 Withdrawal deadline
Thursday, January 3 End of intersessions

finals

Spring Semester 2019
Friday, January 11 College In-Service
Monday, January 14 Classes Begin
Thursday, January 17 Spring add/drop ends
Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day – College Closed
Monday, February 18 Presidents Day – College Closed
Friday, March 1 Spring 1st Session Withdrawal Deadline
Friday, March 8 Spring 1st Session Ends
Monday, March 11 Spring 2nd Session begins
Wednesday, March 13 Spring 2nd Session Add/Drop Ends
Monday-Friday, March 18-22 Spring Break – College Closed
Friday, March 22 Spring Holiday – College Closed
Thursday, April 18 Spring withdrawal deadline
Friday, April 19 College Holiday – College Closed
Friday, May 3 Spring withdrawal deadline
Monday – Thursday, May 6-9 Final exams

Final Exams Information

Saturday, May 11 Commencement
Dear Student:
I am contacting you about the Early Alert-Student Help and Intervention Plan (SHIP). The SHIP program was developed as a retention tool to support student learning and promote student success. North Central Missouri College faculty report students to the SHIP program for the purpose of informing those who are at risk of failing a course. Contact with the student is made to provide the earliest intervention possible.

You can take the following steps to avoid a failing grade:

  1. Contact your instructor to review what assignments are late or incomplete and determine the best course of action.
  2. Contact the Student Services Assistant at 660-359-3948 ext. 1418 to set up an appointment with a Student Success Advisor to discuss study skills, test taking strategies, time management, academic goals, or take a career assessment.
  3. Visit Study Skills. Thake the Study Skills Checklist and review resources at the bottom of this link and bring results to your Student Success Advising appointment.
  4. Visit the Academic Resource Center (ARC) located in Barnes Hall for assistance with tutoring in your class or classes on the ARC website. Also, check the tutoring hours available at this site.

    Visit the ARC website

If you determine you cannot be successful in the class, please speak to your advisor before you drop the class. Once you drop a class, it may impact your financial aid or student loan and it cannot be undone. Based on financial aid guidlines, you must maintain a 2.0 GPA and complete 67% of your attempted coursework.

Please contact the Student Services Assistant at 660-3503948 ext. 1418 to set up an appointment.

Sincerely,
The Student Success Team
Student Success Academic Advisors
Alexander Student Center
660-359-3948 ext. 1418

 NCMC Dual Credit Schedule Form