Regents May Consider Boosting Dual Credit Course Costs

(WNAX) — The South Dakota Board of Regents discussed dual credit courses at their meeting in Sioux Falls last week. Those courses are offered to high school juniors and seniors, at a cost far below the on-campus costs.  Paul Turman, Vice President for Academic Affairs, says the costs have increased since the program started in 2014…

Turman says each university has a different situation…

Turman says to break even, the dual credit costs would have to go up quite a bit…

The Board will discuss possible changes at a future meeting.