Dual Enrollment - State Profile

Dual Enrollment - State Profile - New Hampshire

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This information was collected from state statutes, rules and regulations, and state education agency Web sites. A profile was sent to each state for review and modification, as needed.

Last updated: December 2013

Data compiled by Jennifer Dounay Zinth: 303.299.3689 or jdounay@ecs.org.

Program Basics
Statewide policy in place No
Definition or title of program While there is no statewide policy in New Hampshire, dual enrollment is offered through the Community College System of New Hampshire and Southern New Hampshire University.
Where courses provided Not specified
Postsecondary and/or secondary credit earned Not specified
Students may take developmental/remedial courses through dual enrollment program Not set in state policy
CTE component Not set in state policy
Unique characteristics None identified
Offering mandatory or voluntary No state policy
College partners can be 2-year/4-year/both Not set in state policy
Student eligibility requirements
  • Not specified
Cap on number of credits students may earn Not set in state policy
Students/parents must be notified of dual enrollment opportunities No
Counseling/advising is made available to students Not set in state policy
Who is primarily responsible for paying tuition There is no formal dual enrollment policy, so tuition is the responsibility of the student or the student's parent.
How state funds participating high schools Reduced funding for dual enrollment students
How state funds participating postsecondary institutions Dual enrollment students are funded at a higher level
Ensuring Program Quality
Instructor qualifications component Not set in state policy
Program reporting requirement Not set in state policy
Program evaluation component Not set in state policy
Public postsecondary institutions required to accept credits No

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