Graduate Degree Type
Education-Higher Education (M.Ed.)
College of Education
Dr. Karyn Rabourn
Dual enrollment is a college acceleration program that allows high school students to take college classes while still in high school. This program as it exists today prepares students for the academic rigors of college, but it does not adequately develop the social or psychological skills they need to succeed in a college environment. Dual enrollment programs also do not include information about transfer credits, financial aid, or support services, all of which are necessary for students to transition from high school to a higher education institution. This project proposes a nine-week seminar to complement the academic preparation dual enrollment students receive. The seminar will provide guidance on how to navigate a college environment as well as how to develop the necessary social-psychological skills for success. Improved preparation and support for dual enrollment students will benefit them, their families, and their schools.
Robinson-Stevens, Paulie, "The Social-Psychological Development of Dual-Enrollment Students" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 353.