Crafton Hills College's Dual Enrollment Program is an excellent opportunity for high school and adult school students to take college-level courses and benefit from a wide range of educational opportunities. By participating in this program, students can enjoy a variety of benefits, including the following:
- Earning college credit
- Easier transition to college
- Enrollment fees waived
- Earning a college degree in less time
- Exploring potential career paths before high school graduation
- Access to the numerous resources and services provided by Crafton Hills College
- Enrolled in an adult school program leading to a high school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D. or C.H.S.P.E.)
- The recommendation of the adult school principle or designee
- The recommendation of the high school principal, counselor, or designee
- The consent of a parent or guardian (if student is a minor)
- Demonstrated adequate preparation in the discipline to be studied
Dual Enrollment Steps
Dual enrollment applicants must apply as a Special Admit student. Once your application is processed, you will receive a welcome email that includes your student ID number, student email, and WebAdvisor username. Students typically receive the welcome email within a business day of submitting the application.
Note: If you were enrolled as a dual enrollment student in the immediately preceding semester, you do not need to submit a new application for the current term.
Log in to WebAdvisor by entering your username and temporary password you received from Crafton Hills College located in the welcome email.
Your User ID is formatted: f.lastname####
- f is the first character of your first name.
- lastname is your last name (up to 20 characters).
- #### is the last four digits of your Student ID.
Password: Your default password is "Temp" and your 6-digit date of birth (TempMMDDYY).
You will be prompted to create a permanent password.
The Online Placement is mandatory for all students to be eligible to register for courses and is used to place students in college level Math and English. You can complete your online placement by logging in to WebAdvisor.
Submitting a dual enrollment request is a multi-step process.
- To participate in dual enrollment, you must submit a Dual Enrollment Request each semester you are enrolling as a dual enrollment student.
- After a student submits the request, the parent or guardian (if the student is a minor) will receive the request via email and have seven (7) days to sign it.
- After the parent/guardian has signed, the request will be sent to the high school/adult school designee who will then have seven (7) days to either recommend or deny the request.
- When all parties have signed, the dual enrollment request will be forwarded to the Admissions & Records Office for review and processing. Please note that it may take up to one business week from the date the request is received in Admissions & Records for the request to be fully processed.
All applications for dual enrollment will be carefully reviewed by the Director of Admissions & Records or a designated representative. Upon approval, students may proceed with registering for the approved courses during the open registration period. However, it is important to note that enrollment in courses without prior approval may result in an administrative withdrawal without refund.
Crafton Hills College reserves the right to restrict the admission and/or enrollment of high school students during any session, based on factors such as age, grade level completion, and eligibility for instruction according to the college's placement methods and procedures. Additionally, all high school students who wish to enroll in college courses must demonstrate the maturity and capability to function effectively on a college campus. Ultimately, the Director of Admissions & Records has final authority in determining the eligibility of all students for dual enrollment.
The Online Orientation is recommended for students to complete. You can complete your online orientation by logging in to WebAdvisor.
You can access Canvas after creating a permanent WebAdvisor password. However, you will not have access to your courses until you have registered, and the instructor has published their courses. The instructor will typically publish a course before the course commences. Before reaching out to an instructor about a course not displaying on Canvas confirm you are registered for the course. You can confirm your registration by reviewing your Registration Statement on WebAdvisor.
To access Canvas, follow the steps below:
- Click on Logins at the top of the web page
- Select “Online Classes/Canvas”
- Once logged in, you can review your courses