Information for High School Counselors about Nunez Community College Dual Enrollment

Procedures for New Student Enrollment in Dual Enrollment Courses

Process for Credentialing Dual Enrollment Instructors

Taylor Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS) Bulletin (TTES High Demand List)

Student Eligibility Framework

Nunez Community College Dual Enrollment Program

Students may enroll in the Dual Enrollment program in the following ways:

  • Course is taken on the high school campus, during the student's regular high school class period (i.e. English IV – English Composition 1010), with a credentialed high school teacher (Master's with 18 hours in the field)
  • Course is online, with a Nunez instructor on Canvas
  • Student attends course at the Nunez campus – either on his/her own or through a school-sponsored commitment (e.g., may be bused to Nunez during the day)

Counselors or coordinators must be willing to complete the following for students’ enrollment:

  • Collect and submit student application and registration data in an electronic file, to include test scores
  • Have students complete the authorization form and keep in your records
  • Select courses that align with high school credit
  • Determine and disclose funding source information
  • Assure compliance with Board of Regents Policy 2.22 and (if applicable) Tops Tech Early Start requirements

Funding (subject to change):

Some students who participate in the Dual Enrollment program may be eligible to have their tuition reimbursed by LOSFA. To qualify for this tuition reimbursement under the Louisiana TOPS TECH Early Start Program (TTES), the student must:

  • Be in "Good Standing” as an 11th or 12th grade student in a Louisiana PUBLIC high school
  • Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.00 on a 4.00 scale (on all courses attempted)
  • Score at least a 15 on the English and mathematics subsections of the ACT, Aspire, or Pre-ACT or a Silver Level score on the ACT WorkKeys assessment
  • Select courses that are approved as TTES-eligible course as outlined by LOSFA

Students who are not eligible to receive this tuition reimbursement can either pay their tuition and fees on their own or have the school system assist with the costs (e.g. SCA).

For additional questions, please contact Brittney Barras at or call (504)278-6425.