Please be aware that approval from your school district does not automatically ensure approval from Carroll University. Registration for new students generally begins in November for spring classes and in March for fall classes. Your approval memo will indicate the start date for registration; you must follow the directions on the approval memo from Carroll University to be added to a class.
In some cases, a class may be full/closed by the time a student is allowed to register. Please contact the dual enrollment coordinator, Linda Sklander at firstname.lastname@example.org, if that occurs, for options. As well, it is the responsibility of the student to verify when the class is offered. While there may be multiple sections of a class offered for some courses, others may offer only one option. Timetables are typically not published until after the October 1 or March 1 Department of Public Instruction (DPI) form submission deadlines for the school district. Therefore, it is recommended more than one option is listed on the approval form.
In most cases, the high school guidance counselor will assist the dual enrollment student with adjusting their high school schedule to accommodate the college course. In some cases, this may not be possible. For this reason, students are encouraged to list multiple options for potential courses. (See potential course selections for dual enrollment students.) As soon as the student receives the approval form back from their district office with appropriate signatures, it should be sent to the dual enrollment office at Carroll University for approval, signatures and registration materials.
Please refer to the registration approval memo for more information about campus tours, email and login information, syllabi and parking. A bill should not appear for a Youth Options or Course Options student, unless the student has not gained appropriate approval from their district or if the student has not met the requirements for withdrawal or insufficient academic progress by the school district.