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Registration Deadlines:

ISU Early College Program requires students to be 16 or have completed half of their high school graduation requirements and have a 2.7 unweighted GPA.

Fall 2023

  • Registration and Drop Deadline without “W” and no assessed fee: Friday, October 6, 2023
  • Drop deadline to withdraw from Fall courses, no refund: Friday, October 27, 2023

Spring 2024

  • Registration and Drop Deadline without “W” and no assessed fee: Friday, February 16, 2024
  • Withdraw deadline (drop course with a “W” on transcript) from Spring courses Friday, March 15, 2024

ISU Contact Info

Suzanne Peck

Senior Dual Credit Coordinator

pecksuza@isu.edu

208-557-9566


Early College Program

ecp@isu.edu 
208-282-6067

Meet the ISU Staff

ISU Registration Checklist

  • Talk to your parents and your school Site Coordinator/Counselor about dual credit courses offered through IDLA. Be sure to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of college credit available through a dual credit course.  A full list of course offerings can be found on the IDLA Course Catalog.
  • Be sure you meet any prerequisite requirements for the course prior to registering for the course.
  • Work with your Site Coordinator to register for the course through IDLA.
  • Check your registration confirmation email for the course start date and other important information.
  • Apply to the Early College Program – Go to apply.isu.edu(opens in a new tab) and select the Early College application. Note: You only need to apply once to the Early College Program. If you have already been admitted, please skip this step and proceed to class registration.
  • Submit Signed Consent Form via DocuSign – Found at isu.edu/ecp/forms/ 
  • Get MyISU username and password – Once you are admitted, please check your email for “Claim Account” information from iam@isu.edu. Set up your MyISU username and password. For additional assistance call the ISU IT Help Desk at 208-282-4357. 
  • Register for classes:
    • Login to MyISU (my.isu.edu) – Call the ISU IT Help Desk for login assistance (208-282-4357).
    • Click on the Main Menu – 3 horizontal lines in the top left-hand corner.
    • Click on Discover
    • In the Find Cards search bar type Early College Program (bookmark this tab for the future)
    • In the Early College Program box, click the Register for Classes link.
    • Add emergency contact information and agree to the Student Financial Agreement. (If needed)
    • Select the appropriate term in the drop-down menu and click submit.
    • Click on the Enter CRNs tab near the top of the screen.
    • Type in the 5-digit CRN(s) for the IDLA course(s) in which you are enrolled for the dual credit from Idaho State University.
    • Click the gray Submit button on the bottom right under the Summary tab. The status will turn from Pending to “Registered”.
  • Talk to your parents and your schoolSite Coordinator/Counselor about Advanced Opportunities funds provided by the State of Idaho. Determine whether or not to use these funds to pay for the cost of your college credits.
  • Using Advanced Opportunity funding? Work with your school Site Coordinator/Counselor to register through the state Advanced Opportunities portal.
  • Not using Advanced Opportunity funding?
    • Payment can be made via an online check or a credit/ debit card via MyISU for courses and fees not covered by Advanced Opportunity funding. Please be aware that payments with a card are charged a 2.75 percent convenience fee.

Students who register for a class and decide not to take it for ISU credit, will need to login to MyISU and either drop or withdrawal from the course by the appropriate deadline (please see course syllabus). If the course is not dropped by the deadline, the student is obligated to pay the course tuition to the university.  Deadlines are strictly enforced and high school and college registrations are separate.

NOTE: If the students fails to drop or withdraw through BengalWeb they will remain registered at the university for the course.  Should they not complete the course, a failing grade will be posted to their permanent college transcript. If a student does not successfully complete their course (fail, quit attending, or withdraw), for which the state had paid a reimbursement, the student must pay for and successfully earn credit or complete one course before the State Department of Education may pay any further courses for the student.  

  • Dropped Classes: The class that is dropped will not appear on a student’s transcript and the student will not owe the university tuition for the course.
  • Withdrawn Classes:  The class that the student withdraws from will appear on the student’s transcript with a “W” and the student will still owe the university for the course

IDLA Program Pathways: ISU Dual Credit Education

The Dual Credit Education roadmap is a sequence of courses for students interested in working in the education field. Students progressing through this sequence of courses will learn about topics such as the historical background on the U.S. educational system, relationships between school, family, and the community, and developmental characteristics of learners at all grade levels. Students completing the full sequence will earn 10 university credits towards an Idaho State University education degree.

This course sequence is supported by a partnership between IDLA and Idaho State University. Courses are articulated for dual credit, enabling students to earn both high school and university credit through the same course. Information about course registration and use of Fast Forward funds available through the State Department of Education can be found on the Advanced Opportunities page.

Program Pathway:

  • Dual Credit Foundations of American Education (ISU)
  • Dual Credit Families, Communities, and Culture (ISU)
  • Dual Credit Development and Individual Differences (ISU)
  • Dual Credit Education Field Practicum (ISU)

If you are interested in pursing this pathway, work with your counselor or site coordinator to build the pathway into your course plan.

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