|How state funds participating postsecondary institutions|
|Alabama||Not defined. Determined on institutional basis.|
|Arizona||Equal, for courses taught by postsecondary faculty. For community college courses taught by high school faculty on the high school campus, the amount of state aid that the community college would otherwise receive for that student is reduced by 50%.|
For community college districts offering courses in high schools, the agreement or contract between the community college district and the school district or chartering organization must identify the amount received in full-time student equivalent funding, the portion of funding distributed to the district board or charter school, and any amount subsequently returned to the community college district by the school district or charter school.
|Arkansas||Equal, for credit-bearing courses. Public school students in grade 12 who are enrolled in remedial/developmental education courses are not counted for public higher education funding purposes.|
|California||Equal, with qualifications. A community college may include high school students in the district’s report of full-time equivalent students only if the class is open to the general public, and is advertised as such in the college catalog, and/or the regular schedule of classes, and/or an addendum to the college catalog or regular schedule of classes. An exception is provided for a class offered at a high school after the regular schedule of classes is published.|
Dual enrollment students funded at a higher level for special full-time students at a community college. A college is credited with additional units of average daily attendance for these students.
A community college district may not receive state apportionments for special part-time and full-time students enrolled in physical education courses in excess of 5% of the district's total reported full-time equivalent enrollment of special part-time and full-time students.
|District of Columbia||Equal. Postsecondary institutions are funded based on actual student costs. The state Dual Enrollment Fund will pay unmet tuition, fees, and books for participating dual enrollment students upon receiving an invoice from an eligible postsecondary institution.|
|Georgia||Dual Credit: Unclear|
Joint Enrollment: Equal
Move on When Ready: Equal, with qualifications. Department pays institution the lesser of, less a records fee of $200.00 for administration costs of the local school system:
|Indiana||Postsecondary Enrollment Program: Equal|
|Minnesota||Postsecondary institutions may be (but are not required to be) funded at a higher level for courses offered on the postsecondary campus. If a course is offered at a secondary school and taught by secondary teacher, the postsecondary system or institution must not require a payment from the school board that exceeds the cost to the postsecondary institution that is directly attributable to providing that course.|
|New Hampshire||Dual enrollment students are funded at a higher level|
|Ohio||Equal, with qualifications. The institution receives from the state the lesser of:
*Program currently inactive due to inadequate state funds*
|Rhode Island||Not defined|
|Texas||Equal, with qualifications. A college may only claim funding for students earning college credit in core curriculum, career and technical education, and foreign language dual credit courses.|
For a junior college offering a course through an agreement with a school district or private high school, the contact hours attributable to the high school student’s enrollment are included in the contact hours used to determine the junior college's proportionate share of the state money appropriated and distributed to public junior colleges, unless it is a physical education course.
|Utah||Indeterminate – dependent on the state allocation for the concurrent enrollment program, which is based on a formula established in 53A-17a-120.5.|
|Washington||Running Start: Reduced funding. The college receives 93% of basic education funding for the portion of eligible FTE, with 7% retained by local school districts to offset program-related costs.|
College in the High School: Not specified
|West Virginia||All programs: Equal|
|Wisconsin||All programs but 118.55(7r): Not defined|
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