As an ACC faculty, you are not required to do so. The school may devise a way to take attendance before or after class.
Without student consent this would be a FERPA violation. Schools receive grades from the Dual Credit office at the end of the semester for students who have consented.
Start with your campus contact and if needed also contact your DC Specialist.
Begin with the student and follow up with your DC Specialist to ensure appropriate withdrawal procedures and deadlines are met.
Notify your DC Specialist immediately so he/she can work with the school counselor to resolve the issue promptly.
It would be very helpful to share that with your DC Specialist so they can assist students with appropriate withdrawal procedures.
With a student’s written consent or accompanied by the student, you may include a parent in your conversation with a student. These situations can be difficult so you can always cite FERPA.
Please contact the Dual Credit office at 512-223-7355 to let us know. We will be happy to pass the information along to your high school. You can also contact them directly with their contact information listed on your faculty memo.
All Dual Credit classes correspond with ACC’s Academic Calendar. If a Dual Credit class at a high school falls on one of their holidays, high school administration is responsible for having the building open. Please contact the DC Specialist for the high school and we’ll contact them immediately.
No, please contact the DC Specialist for your high school and we can make arrangements to have them available for you.
The Dual Credit office will forward all mail that comes addressed to you to your ACC campus. If you do not have a campus mailbox, mail will be sent to your home address as listed in our system. If you would like us to redirect it elsewhere, please let us know.
All Dual Credit students must be completed with their sophomore year of high school. They must meet the same TSI requirements as traditional students.
No, ACC faculty are not required to take attendance regardless of where they teach. A high school may send a high school representative to take attendance each day. However, you are not obligated to take attendance.