Dual Enrollment - Info For Students
Earn College Credit In Your High School
3520 Central Parkway, Room 146 MAIN | Cincinnati, OH 45223
Overview for Students/Parents
Earning college credit while still in high school offers significant academic, economic, and time-to-degree benefits.
Academic: Such students often perform better and graduate at higher rates than high school students without these experiences.
Economic: Students, and their parents, achieve substantial cost savings by completing college course credit through the reduced charges associated with Cincinnati State’s dual enrollment partnerships.
Time-to-Degree: Students who have earned college credit while in high school may graduate in less time. Such credits also give students the luxury of taking reduced course loads without delaying their normal graduation schedules, or give the freedom to explore by taking additional electives.
Each high school partnership has unique specifications, so students should contact their high school teacher and/or guidance counselor for specific information concerning available opportunities. Please consult the Student Handbook for general information regarding eligibility, registration, and transcripts.
3520 Central Parkway
Room 146 MAIN
Cincinnati, OH 45223
Dr. Timothy E. Mott,
(513) 569-1747 (Office)
(513) 569-4988 (Office)
By The Numbers
Over 35 courses in more than 12 disciplines
Approximately 1200 high school students enrolled during the 2013/14 Academic Year
More than 40 certified high school dual enrollment instructors in 21 high schoolsduring the 2013/14 Academic Year
In The News
Local High Schools Partner With Cincinnati State – The Journal News