Whether you are a school counselor, principal, or a classroom teacher you are already a difference maker. By partnering with the Collegiate Connection Dual Credit Program, you can make a difference in a new way: helping high school students begin their college experience early by earning dual credits. Below you will find resources that can help you start or expand your school offerings.
As an instructor you will have the opportunity to directly impact your student's post secondary opportunities by offering college level instruction that will help them earn college credit. But you won't be alone, each instructor is appointed a department representative to help guide them in the process of making sure their course is PFW equivalent. After meeting the criteria to become a Purdue Fort Wayne–approved instructor, you will be able to teach dual credit students in the classroom of a participating high school, during the regular school day.
We have a wide variety of subject areas where you can exercise your skills, and you will enjoy many benefits from this fulfilling and challenging teaching experience.
Familiarize yourself with the details of dual credit teaching, and take the first step toward furthering the interests of students who are ready to commit to their college education now. Make sure you understand our administrative polices and procedures [PDF] as well.
For more information, contact Jonathan Baker at 260-481-0748 or [email protected]
- Administrative Policies and Procedures
- Process and Criteria for becoming a New Collegiate Connection Teacher
- New Teacher Application
New Teacher Application
Our program is accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) standards, and we are a member of NACEP.