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DUAL ENROLLMENT INFORMATION

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School juniors and seniors can dual enroll to earn college credits while still earning high school credits. For 2021-2022, LCMHS is partnering with Lamar State College-Orange and with Lamar University. See your high school counselor or Ms. Brown in the Counselors' Office to see if these courses fit into your college plans.

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2021-2022 Information

How do I find out if I need this course for my major in college?
Visit the college website and in the catalog you should find the courses required by your college to graduate with your major. Look to see if the courses from the transfer information above are required. Usually, courses in history, English, math, science, and government are needed by most college graduates. If your major specializes in one of these areas, you may want to be sure the course(s) below are the correct science, math, etc., you will need FOR YOUR MAJOR. You may prefer to take the course in high school as an honors course to get a foundation so you will be more successful in the advanced courses in your field. College catalogs with degree plans for several colleges can be found here.

Will these DE courses transfer to “my” college (or complete a specific course requirement in my degree plan)?
To see if a different college gives credit for or has a different number for one of the following courses through Lamar State College-Orange, Lamar University, Stephen F. Austin State University, and/or The University of Texas at Tyler, please check the Texas Common Course Numbering System here. If you choose Compare Schools, and put either Lamar State College-Orange, Lamar University, Stephen F. Austin State University, or The University of Texas-Tyler in one box and the college you are wanting to attend in the other, the grid will show you what will transfer to your college of choice. The left column shows the state Common Course. If the middle and right columns have courses, then they are transferable/replace a specific course in your degre plan. If no courses are listed, please check with your college to be sure they will accept these credits. The credits that don’t replace a specific course may be used as elective courses in your degree plan.

Some colleges/universities (listed below) have an online transfer course webpage. Be sure to check to see if these courses will replace a course at your intended receiving institution. If no courses are listed, please check with your college to be sure they will accept these credits.

See your Counselor or Ms. Brown in the Counselors’ Office if you have any questions!

Marcia Brown, Higher Ed Coordinator
(409-886-5821, ext. 1152) (mbrown@lcmcisd.org)

 


 

JOIN COMMUNICATION GROUP TO STAY CONNECTED – REMIND CAN NO LONGER BE USED for Dual Credit Communications as it has changed its policies. Students and Parents will need to join BAND.
If you need to create your account, go to http://band.us/home.
If you already have one, please join one or both of these:

Please go to your Settings and turn ON notifications for text and/or email.
Receive reminders about tuition, drop dates, last day to withdraw, etc., and other information applicable to students/parents.
See Getting Started – Please turn ON notifications (text and/or email) in the App settings (see pg 12 of link in Getting Started document).



TUITION PAYMENTS:

Lamar State College-Orange –  LSCO Fall 2021 tuition is due Wednesday, August 18 (or an installment plan set up). LSCO has lowered their tuition from $50/credit hour to $45/credit hour!!  Pay in person at LSCO Cashier’s Office on the 3rd floor of the Ron E. Lewis Library building, by phone to Cashier’s Office at (409) 882-3371, by mail, by epay, or **NEW** online –Current Students – Pay Your Bill (bottom left) – Click on Students and Staff (Use Student R800#). Unpaid classes will be dropped. LSCO Fall 2021 classes begin Monday, August 23.

Buy One Class, Get One FREE (up to two free classes) for Fall 2021 at LSCO! (Students MUST register here!) You pay the tuition amount and then a refund will be applied either August 30 (for 8-week classes) or September 8 (for full-semester classes).

I acknowledge that funds will be applied to my account no later than the first business day after census for the Fall 2021 term in which I am enrolled.

LSCO Installment Payment Information – An installment plan is available—it requires half of the tuition payment plus a $20 service charge due by first payment date on August 18, with two equal remaining payments due later in the semester (September 22, 2021, and October 20, 2021).

 

Lamar University Lamar University Fall 2021 tuition is due Monday, August 16. (Half of the balance must be paid to prevent being dropped.)  Full balance must be paid by Friday, August 27LU classes begin Monday, August 23.

  • Online through your LU student payment account using MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express. (A convenience fee of 2.00% will apply if you choose this payment method.)
    • Set up an Authorized User through your student payment account to make payments on and have access to your account. Select the "Authorized Users" tab to add the contact information.
  • Web Check – no fees associated (when students log into the Student Payment Account portal, they should select "make payment" then enter the amount they want to pay, then they will be prompted to select payment method and they can pay by electronic check.)
  • In person at the Cashier Office in the Wimberly building, Room 114 using a debit card, personal check, cashier's check, money order, cash, and/or wire transfer.
  • Mail payment (at least 10 working days prior to the due date to allow for sufficient processing time) to:
    • Lamar University Cashier Office
    • PO Box 10183
    • Beaumont, TX 77710
      • Remember to include the student's Lamar ID# on the check.
      • NOTE: Post-dated checks or checks containing a restrictive or qualified endorsement will NOT be honored. Include the student's Lamar ID# when mailing any correspondence, scholarship checks, financial aid papers, or other paperwork.
      • All returned checks, drafts or orders, both paper and electronic, are subject to the maximum service charge allowed by Texas law.

Because tuition for LU dual credit courses is greatly reduced, payment/installment plans for students’ dual credit balances are unavailable.

LU Incentive for Exemplary Grades: Students who earn final grades of A’s or B’s in their Fall 2021 dual credit courses will receive a discount on tuition for Spring 2022 dual credit courses. A final grade of an A or B in a Fall dual credit course will result in a 50% tuition reduction in a Spring dual credit course. This is a course-for-course incentive, and the financial benefits of this incentive are only applicable to the subsequent Spring semester and will not carry over to future Summer, Fall, or Spring semesters.
 


LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-ORANGE
2018-2022

Lamar State College-Orange's Dual Credit High School website has more information about applying. 

Helpful Links:

LCM
High School DE Course

Sem.
Tuition

College Course

College Credits

PreReqs
(See below)

Anatomy & Physiology 2 (DE)
(LCM instructor)

Fall
$180
$200

BIOL 2401 - Anatomy & Physiology 1 (lecture+lab)
(was BIOL 2301 + BIOL 2101)

4  
Spring
$180
$200

BIOL 2402 - Anatomy & Physiology 2 (lecture+lab)

(was BIOL 2302 + BIOL 2102)

4 C (70) in
BIOL 2401

Biology 2 (DE)
(LCM instructor)

Fall
$180
$200

BIOL 1406 - General Biology 1 (lecture+lab)

(was BIOL 1306 + BIOL 1106)

4

 

Spring
$180
$200

BIOL 1407 - General Biology 2 (lecture+lab)

(was BIOL 1307 + BIOL 1107)

4

C (70) in
BIOL 1407

Chemistry 2 (DE)
(LCM instructor)
Fall
$180
$200
CHEM 1411 – General Chemistry 1 (lecture+lab)
(was CHEM 1311 + CHEM 1111)
4 TSI Math
(or exempt)
Spring
$180
$200
CHEM 1412 – General Chemistry 2 (lecture+lab)
(was CHEM 1311 + CHEM 1112)
4 C (70) in
CHEM 1411
College Algebra (DE)
(LCM instructor)
Spring
$135
$150
MATH 1314 – College Algebra 3 TSI Math
(or exempt)
College Precalculus (DE) (LCM instructor) Fall
$135
$150
MATH 1314 – College Algebra 3 TSI Math
(or exempt)
Spring
$135
$150
MATH 1316 – Plane Trigonometry 3 TSI Math
(or exempt)
Emergency Medical Tech (DE) (at LSCO) Fall
$225
$250
EMSP 1501 – Emergency Med Tech-Basic 5  Meningitis*
Spring
$45
$50

EMSP 1160 – Clinical EMT – Basic

1  
English 4 (DE)
(online)

Fall 2020 only

ENGL 1301 – Composition I 3  
Spring
2021 only
ENGL 1302 – Composition II 3  

Health Science (DE)
(at LSCO)

$180
$200

VNSG 1323 – Basic Nursing Skills
VNSG 1160 – Clinical Lab

4

 Meningitis**

$270
$300
BIOL 1322 – Principles of Nutrition
PSYC 2314 – Lifespan Growth & Develop.
6 TSI English
(or exempt)

Process Operations 1 (DE) (at LSCO)

Fall
$315
$350

PTAC 1302 – Intro to Process Tech

PTAC 1408 – Safety, Health & Env

7

 Meningitis**

Spring
$360
$400

PTAC 1410 – Process Tech I – Equipment

PTAC 1432 – Instrumentation

8

 

Process Operations 2 (DE) (at LSCO)

Fall
$315
$350

PTAC 2314 – Principles of Quality

PTAC 2420 – Process Tech II - Systems

7

 

Spring
$360
$400

PTAC 2438 – Process Tech III – Operations

PTAC 2446 – Process Troubleshooting

8

 

U.S. Government (DE) (online) Spring
$135
$150
GOVT 2305 – Federal Government 3 TSI English
(or exempt)

College-Readiness Prerequisite TSI Scores and exemptions explained below.

** Meningitis Info – Students who take a dual credit course which meets on a college campus (LSCO) will be required to submit proof of vaccination against Bacterial Meningitis.  The vaccine must have been administered within the past five years. 


 

LAMAR UNIVERSITY
2021-2022

Lamar University’s Dual Credit website has more information about admission requirements, enrollment procedures, deadlines, student resources, etc.

Helpful Links:

LCM
High School
DE Course

Sem.
Tuition

College Course

College Credits

PreReqs
(See Info Below)

English 4 (DE)
(online)

Fall
$150

ENGL 1301 – Composition I

3

TSI English
(or exempt)

Spring
$150

ENGL 1302– Composition II

3

C (70) in
ENGL 1301

U.S. History 2 (DE)
(LCM instructor)

Fall
$150

HIST 1301 – U.S. History I

3

TSI English
(or exempt)

Spring
$150

HIST 1302 – U.S. History II
 

3

TSI English
(or exempt)

College-Readiness Prerequisite TSI Scores and exemptions explained below.


 

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY
2018-2021

LCM High School DE Course

SFA College Course

College Credits

Semester

College Speech (DE) SPCH 1315 – Public Speaking (COM 111) 3 Spring
Economics (DE) ECO 232 – Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 2302) 3  

English 4 (DE)
 

ENG 131 – Rhetoric & Composition (ENGL 1301)

3

Fall

ENG 132– Research & Argument (ENGL 1302)

3

Spring

Theater Appreciation (DE) DRAM 1310 – Theater Appreciation (THR 161) 3 Fall

U.S. Government (DE)

GOVT 2305 – Federal Government (PSC 141)

3

Spring

U.S. History 2 (DE)

HIST 1301 – U.S. History I (HIS 133)

3

Fall

HIST 1302 – U.S. History II (HIS 134)

3

Spring

 



THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER
2016-2018

LCM High School DE Course

College Course

College Credits

Semester

Biology 2 (DE)

BIOL 1306 - General Biology 1
BIOL 1106 - General Biology 1 lab

4

Fall

BIOL 1307 - General Biology 2
BIOL 1107 - General Biology 2 lab

4

Spring

Chemistry 2 (DE)

CHEM 1311 – General Chemistry 1
CHEM 1111 – General Chemistry 1 lab

4

Fall

CHEM 1312 – General Chemistry 2
CHEM 1112 – General Chemistry 2 lab

4

Spring

College Algebra (DE)

MATH 1314 – College Algebra

3

Fall

College Calculus (DE)

MATH 2413 - Calculus 1

4

Fall

College Precalculus (DE)

MATH 2312 – Precalculus

3

Fall

English 4 (DE)

ENGL 1301 – Composition 1

3

Fall

ENGL 1302 – Composition 2

3

Spring
Mass Media/Society MCOM 2307 – Mass Media & Society 3 Spring
Music Appreciation MUSI 1306 – Music Appreciation 3 Fall

Government (DE)

POLS 2305 – Intro to American Gov’t

3

Fall

U.S. History 2 (DE)

HIST 1301 – U.S. History 1

3

Fall

HIST 1302 – U.S. History 2

3

Spring

 

LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-ORANGE
2017-2018

LCM High School DE Course

College Course

College Credits

Anatomy & Physiology (DE)

BIOL 2301 - Anatomy & Physiology 1

BIOL 2101 - Anatomy & Physiology 1 lab

4

BIOL 2302 - Anatomy & Physiology 2

BIOL 2102 - Anatomy & Physiology 2 lab

4

Emergency Medical Tech (DE)

EMSP 1160 – Clinical EMT – Basic

EMSP 1501 – Emergency Med Tech-Basic

6

Health Science (DE)

VNSG 1323 – Basic Nursing Skills
VNSG 1160 – Clinical Lab

4

BIOL 1322 – Principles of Nutritioin
PSYC 2314 – Lifespan Growth & Develop.
6

Process Operations 1 (DE)

PTAC 1302 – Intro to Process Tech

PTAC 1408 – Safety, Health & Env

7

PTAC 1410 – Process Tech I – Equipment

PTAC 1432 – Instrumentation

8

Process Operations 2 (DE)

PTAC 2314 – Principles of Quality

PTAC 2420 – Process Tech II - Systems

7

PTAC 2438 – Process Tech III – Operations

PTAC 2446 – Process Troubleshooting

8

 


 

 

COLLEGE-READINESS SCORES

Scores on the TSI Assessment determine if a student is ready to take college-level courses. If college ready, a student may enroll in any related entry-level college course without having to take developmental courses or interventions.
 

College-Ready
TSI Scores

For Dual-Enrolled Courses,
students are EXEMPT from individual areas of TSI testing
if any ONE of the following is met:

Jan 2021 =
ENGLISH (ELAR)
a 5+ on essay
AND 945
OR
if below a 945, a 5 on the Diagnostic

Before Jan 2021 =READING
351

SAT: Reading & Writing (EBRW) 480
ACT: Composite 23 with English 19
STAAR (for dual-enrollment): End-of-course English II 4000
PSAT (for dual-enrollment): Reading & Writing (EBRW) 460
 

Before Jan 2021 = 
WRITING
340 and a 4 on essay
OR
if below 340, a 5 on essay and 
a 4 on ABE Diagnostic
Jan 2021 =
MATH
950
OR
if below a 950, a 6 on the Diagnostic

Before Jan 2021 =
MATH
350

SAT: Math 530
ACT: Composite 23 with Math 19
PSAT (for dual-enrollment): Math 510 

 


COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT REQUEST

When you apply for college, you can request your “current” college transcript through the links below. You will not have grades on your college transcript if you are still taking the class – grades are posted to the college transcript when the class is completed.

After you graduate from high school, after your final COLLEGE semester grades are posted, you will also have to submit a transcript request to the college that gave you dual-enroll college credit (LSCO, SFA, LU, and/or UT Tyler) to send your official FINAL college transcript to the college(s) you plan to attend after graduation:

  1. LSCO – official transcripts  (Option 1 – through Blackboard, Option 2 – LSCO login, Option 3 – Request via Email)
  2. Lamar University – official transcripts
  3. SFA – official transcripts 
  4. UT Tyler – official transcripts (Click on National Clearinghouse link in paragraph – then the Order-Track-Verify button at right on top menu)

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