How to Assist Your Dual Enroll Student

We are so excited that your high school or homeschool student is interested in dual enrollment at Cornerstone University! There are so many benefits to dual enroll courses, and we hope that you will share with your student about the impact of getting a head start on college credits. Below are some helpful tips on how you can support your student as they explore the possibilities of enrolling at Cornerstone.

Your Student's Application

It's important for all applications to be an authentic reflection of the work of the applicant. Parents are encouraged to review their students' application and support them in obtaining required information and documentation to complete it. See what documents your student needs using the button below.

Application Process Details

Your Student's Courses

Parents are welcome to get involved with ensuring their student is upholding the academic commitment and integrity that comes with taking dual enrollment courses. Below is a short list of some of the ways you can assist your student during their course:

  • Review your student's syllabus and course expectations with them.
  • Assist your student in obtaining all needed materials for course.
  • Encourage your student to connect with other classmates.
  • Ensure your student has a full understanding of all learning platforms used in their course.
  • Encourage your student to connect with their professor outside of normal class time.

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How to Seek Additional Help

Cornerstone staff are happy to discuss the dual enrollment process with parents. However, one of the goals of our dual enrollment program is to help students prepare for the realities of post-secondary education. Because of this, we encourage students to contact their high school counselor or CU staff, as needed.

If students have questions regarding the dual enrollment process, they should begin by looking at the list of frequently asked questions. If the student still has additional questions, they may follow up in person, via email or phone with CU staff.