December 04, 2023
New Blog Post: NACEP Hits a GrandSlam
It’s the ninth inning. The bases are loaded. Everyone is in position. The crowd is watching as their team’s best batter approaches the plate. The pitcher is sweating profusely on the mound. He fights through fear to deliver his best pitch and…CRACK!read moreabout New Blog Post: NACEP Hits a GrandSlam
October 30, 2023
NACEP Receives Grant to Address the Fundamental Challenges Faced by States in Ensuring Equitable Access to Quality
NACEP is proud to announce new work studying state policy in dual enrollment program quality. The result of this work, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will provide the states with adaptable options to craft a more equitable and effective dual enrollment policy landscape.read moreabout NACEP Receives Grant to Address the Fundamental Challenges Faced by States in Ensuring Equitable Access to Quality
September 05, 2023
Planning to Apply for Accreditation or Re-Accreditation in the Upcoming Cycle?
NACEP’s Letter of Intent for the 2024-2025 NACEP accreditation cycle is available for programs seeking initial accreditation or re-accreditation for our Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP) endorsement and the College-Provided Faculty Model (CPF) endorsement. Programs must complete the Letter of Intent in the academic year in which they plan to submit an accreditation application to notify NACEP.read moreabout Planning to Apply for Accreditation or Re-Accreditation in the Upcoming Cycle?
June 01, 2023
NACEP Accreditation Welcomes Seven New Institutions and a New State to the Concurrent and Dual Enrollment Community!
The Accreditation Commission granted initial accreditation to seven and re-affirmed seven dual and concurrent enrollment programs at colleges and universities nationwide. This brings the total number of NACEP-accredited programs across the country to 133, spanning 26 states.read moreabout NACEP Accreditation Welcomes Seven New Institutions and a New State to the Concurrent and Dual Enrollment Community!
The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) works to ensure that college courses offered by high school teachers are as rigorous as courses offered on the sponsoring college campus.
As the sole accrediting body for concurrent enrollment partnerships, NACEP helps these programs adhere to the highest standards so students experience a seamless transition to college and teachers benefit from meaningful, ongoing professional development.
As the only national membership-based organization representing concurrent and dual enrollment partnerships, NACEP’s member institutions collectively engage in collegial interaction and support, program and professional development, research and advocacy.
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December 12, 2023
Dual enrollment has the potential to be transformational. But how can you ensure your program is equitable, purposeful, and effective, particularly among high school students who might otherwise not be on track to attend college? In this webinar from Parchment and NACEP, John Fink, Aurely Garcia Tulloch, and Sarah Griffin from the Community College Resource Center (CCRC) will review their latest research on the potential of dual enrollment and present a research-based framework for reform called ‘dual enrollment equity pathways’ or DEEP.view details
January 24, 2024
Over the last six years, the College in High School Alliance (CHSA) has supported the field of policymakers and practitioners in conceptualizing and supporting the implementation of policies to expand access to dual enrollment programs nationwide, grounded in the principles of improving equity of access, ensuring high-quality, and promoting student success.view details