Northeast Bradford School District partners with Mansfield University, Clarion University and Lackawanna College to offer college courses to high school juniors and seniors*. These courses are designed for highly-motivated, academically successful students who plan to attend college after graduation. Through the dual enrollment program, students have the opportunity to earn college credits while they earn high school credits.
*Sophomore students who are identified as gifted may also participate in Mansfield and Clarion courses.
Students in grades 11 and 12 are eligible to participate in dual enrollment courses. (Students identified as gifted in grade 10 may also participate in courses offered by Mansfield and Clarion.)
To participate, students must meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the district’s Dual Enrollment Policy:
- Satisfactorily completed the appropriate units of credit for his/her grade level.
- Have an 89% average or better in all district classes.
- Meet district attendance criteria.
- Pass the university’s placement examination(s).
- Maintain a minimum grade of an 80% in each dual enrollment course.
Students may pursue dual enrollment credit for up to four Lackawanna College courses per school year. In addition, students may schedule a total of two courses per semester from Mansfield and/or Clarion.
Dual enrollment instruction through Clarion takes place at NEB under the direction of Clarion professors and is supervised by a high school faculty member. All courses are offered in an online or video-conferencing format. The courses meet Clarion’s general education requirements, and are designated as electives at NEB.
Upon successful completion of the course, students earn 0.65 weighted credit through NEB, and 3 credits through Clarion.
Dual enrollment instruction through Lackawanna College is provided through a number of Northeast Bradford courses using the classroom teacher as an adjunct professor. Enrolled students may opt to take the course for college credit or as a standard high school course; the curriculum is identical.
When taking dual enrollment courses, students earn standard credit through NEB, and 3 or 4 credits through Lackawanna, depending on the course.
Dual enrollment instruction through Mansfield takes place at NEB under the direction of Mansfield professors and is supervised by a high school faculty member. All courses are offered in an online or video-conferencing format. The courses meet Mansfield’s general education requirements, and are designated as electives at NEB.
Upon successful completion of the course, students earn 0.65 weighted credit through NEB, and 3 credits through Mansfield.
Tuition Costs & Savings
The price of one online dual enrollment course is approximately $345, plus a one-time fee of $50 for participation in the dual enrollment program. Textbooks must be purchased separately for each course.
Students are permitted to take one course at the discounted rate per semester. (The price for a second course in the same semester is the standard tuition rate of $1,400. To take advantage of the savings offered by the dual enrollment programs, students are recommended to take only one Clarion course per semester.)
The price of one online dual enrollment course is $300 for a 3-credit course and $400 for a 4-credit course, averaging $100 per credit. Textbooks are provided by NEB.
The price of one online dual enrollment course is approximately $300, about $100 per credit. Textbooks must be purchased separately for each course.
There is no limit to the number of dual enrollment courses a student can take at the discounted rate each semester.
By participating in dual enrollment courses, students pay 25% of regularly priced college courses. By completing the coursework in high school, they forego the additional costs of room and board, meals, parking, etc. A student can easily graduate high school with a year’s worth of college for $3,250, instead of $25,000 (an average year at Mansfield University).
Enrollment for fall courses takes place the prior spring. Enrollment for spring courses takes place in the fall. During the enrollment period, the school counselor holds formal registration sessions for students.
Each January, the school counselor hosts an informational session in the evening for all interested parents and students eligible to participate the following year.
Dual Enrollment Courses
Spring 2019 courses will be posted when available.
|Course||Credits||Corresponding NEB Course|
|ACC 105 Principles of Accounting||3||Accounting 1|
|CHM 120 General Chemistry I (with lab)||4||Chemistry II or AP Chemistry|
|COM 125 Effective Speaking||3||Presentation Literacy|
|ECO 105 Macroeconomics||3||Economics|
|ENG 105 College Writing||3||AP Literature and Composition|
|ENG 110 Intro to Literature||3||Contemporary Literature Survey|
|MAT 120 College Algebra||3||Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus or Calculus|
|MAT 135 Intro to Statistics and Data Analysis||3||AP Statistics|
|PSY 105 Intro to Psychology||3||AP Psychology|
|PHY 120 General Physics I (with lab)||4||Physics|
|SPN 101 Elementary Spanish||3||Spanish III/IV/V|
View or download course descriptions, starting on page 18: Course Catalog 2018-2019
Spring 2019 courses will be posted when available.