Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment allows students to receive both high school and college credit for certain career/technical education courses taken through an Alabama Community College System (ACCS) institution while enrolled in high school. Dual enrollment credit is available to students attending, public, private, parochial or church/religious schools pursuant to §16-28-1 of Code of Alabama 1975, or who are receiving instruction from a home school/private tutor pursuant to §16-28-5 of the Code of Alabama. Dual enrollment credit in career-technical education is awarded under State Board of Education Policy 801.03 and 801.04. Scholarship opportunities may be available to students that meet the eligibility requirements to participate in the dual enrollment program.
Alabama future workforce initiative (AFWI)
For tax years commencing January 1, 2015, and thereafter, the AFWI (Act 2014-147) allows a taxpayer who files a state income tax return (and is not a dependent of another taxpayer) to claim a tax credit for donating to the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education in support of Career-Technical Education Dual Enrollment Program. The donor may be eligible to receive up to 50 percent of the total donation back in the form of a tax credit. 
AFWI is designed to help fill the unmet workforce needs of Alabama employers by providing additional scholarship opportunities for dual enrollment credit in career-technical education programs through the ACCS institutions across Alabama. This initiative has the potential to create up to $10 million annually in scholarship funds for students to participate in Career-Technical Education Dual Enrollment Program. 
For more information or to contribute to the initative see the links below:
DUAL ENROLLMENt Programs and Documentation
The documents below show the priority of CTE and Health Science dual enrollment programs course numbers as determined by the colleges and Workforce Regional Councils.  These are  based on the Alabama Workforce Training Council CTE Dual Enrollment master listing for scholarship eligibility.  
 CTE programs Eligible for Workforce Development Dual Enrollment Funding
  Region 1 (Updated 4-21-15)
  Region 2 (updated 5-15-15)
  Region 3
  Region 4 (updated 4-13-15)
  Region 5
  Region 6 (Updated 4-21-15)
  Region 7 (Updated 7-30-15)
  Region 8
  Region 9
  Region 10
Best Practices
Below are listed ideas and best practices from colleges.
General Dual Enrollment Documents
 Student Application - To be completed by the student
  Dual  Enrollment Scholarship Eligibility
The documents below show the CTE, General Studies, and Health Science program course number crosswalk between the ACCS and ALSDE courses currently available for dual enrollment for 2015 - 16 academic year.  Select the area of interest to see the course numbers and descriptions.
  Career and Technical Education
  General Studies
  Health Sciences


The following documents are for the WIA Dual Enrollment Grants:

  Dual Enrollment Funding Memo - Guidelines and program information
  Enrollment Eligibility Checklist - To review before enrolling
  Approval to Participate - To be completed by community college
  Customer Information Sheet - To be completed by the student

  Applicant Statement of Family Status - To be completed by the student