Corraleno Posted July 26, 2016 Share Posted July 26, 2016 I spoke with Kristin today in the homeschool department regarding whether online dual enrollment classes were scrutinized the same way as online high school classes (with restrictions as to "approved providers"), and she said that as long as a transcript is sent directly from the college, there would be no problem with getting approval regardless of whether they are online or in person. I also spoke with someone in the legal department (didn't get his name, sorry) to ask about restrictions on college classes during a gap year. He said that auditing classes would be no problem at all, and even taking classes P/T for credit would not cause problems, as long as the college he eventually enrolls in and competes for does not have a problem with it. In DS's case, I wouldn't want to jeopardize his ability to apply as a freshman, so he would only audit during his gap year, but it's good to know that he can do that with no effect on NCAA eligibility. I think it might also be possible to do something like the EdX/ASU courses, where you can take the MOOC and then later pay to convert it to college credit without actually being "enrolled" in ASU, but I would want to double-check that with whatever college he ends up signing with. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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