The Four Pillars for Student Success in College Classes, developed by MCNC practitioners and strategic partners and supported by research, are proven strategies for implementing Dual Enrollment and improving student outcomes. They include:

  • Deep sustained collaboration with college partners
  • Aligned academic programs from the 9th grade through 60 credits
  • Student support appropriate to the needs of the students and the demands of the college
  • Professional development focused on the boundary spanning roles of high school and college staff who sustain the collaboration

Utilizing these strategies to support dual enrollment experiences for all students can help schools achieve the high student outcomes and college readiness that are expected from all schools. MCNC can offer a customized school improvement program that takes into account local practice and culture.

Contact us to customize your program. A customized school improvement program may include, but is not limited to: