2024 Concurrent Enrollment Webinar Series-Webinar 3

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About the Webinar Series

Explore how states in the MHEC region are implementing the recommendations from the January 2024 Community College Research Center (CCRC) and College in High School Alliance report, “How States and Systems Can Support Practitioner Efforts to Strengthen Dual Enrollment.” This five-part webinar series showcases practical examples of states operationalizing the report's three key recommendations: expanding access to dual/concurrent enrollment, strengthening dual/concurrent enrollment pathways, and building and sustaining access, quality, and success through robust partnerships. Join us to learn how states and systems in the MHEC region are translating these recommendations into effective practices to enhance dual enrollment.

Indiana's Blueprint for Strengthening Dual and Concurrent Enrollment Pathways

Join us for an engaging webinar on dual enrollment pathways, including meaningful course sequences, credit transfer alignment, and advising and navigational support models. We will begin with an overview of challenges and opportunities in the dual/concurrent enrollment pathways landscape, both nationally and in the Midwest. Attendees will then learn from Indiana's experience developing and implementing its general education and CTE pathways, the Indiana College Core (ICC) and Next Level Programs of Study (NLPS). Presenters will also touch upon Indiana's efforts to support students in completing the FAFSA and strengthening the quality of instruction. Don't miss this opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of dual enrollment pathways and discover innovative practices to support and expand these opportunities for students.


  • Jenny Parks, Vice President, MHEC
  • Jennifer Zinth, Founder and Principal, Zinth Consulting, LLC
  • Tari Lambert, Director of Curriculum Initiatives and Transfer Pathways, Ball State University; and Former Director, Transfer Indiana, Indiana Commission for Higher Education