1818 ACC Program: Impact Study
May 12, 2014
St. Louis, MO -- Saint Louis University's 1818 Advanced College Credit Program has released an impact study to learn more about the effect the dual credit program has on participating students and schools.
The study will work to understand how SLU's dual credit programs has impacted students and schools. The survey will be distributed to program alumni who graduated in 2013, alumni who graduated in 2008-2009, and high school administrators.
Members of each group will be contacted by email with a link to their respective survey, and will subsequently be reminded by email and by mailed postcard to complete the survey before Wednesday, June 4, 2014.
The impact study surveys will be completely confidential and individuals who choose to respond will remain anonymous. The data will be used to better understand how the 1818 ACC Program impacts student learning, college readiness, and the quality of current courses offered in the program. A final report will be released on the 1818 ACC website for public review.
Individuals wishing to learn more about the impact study should contact the 1818 ACC Program office.
About 1818 ACC
The 1818 Advanced College Credit Program provides an opportunity for qualified high school juniors and seniors in partner high schools to begin experiencing the academic rigors of college course work while still in high school. In addition to receiving credit toward high school graduation for selected academic courses, students may opt additionally to dual enroll in courses approved for college credit through Saint Louis University.
To learn more about the 1818 ACC Program, visit the website at 1818.slu.edu