Dual Enrollment Instructors
ENMU instructor qualifications may vary from course to course, but instructors are generally required to have:
Dual enrollment instructors are also required to submit midterm and final grades to the dual enrollment coordinator upon request. They must also teach from ENMU syllabi for their courses and maintain regular communication with the Dual Enrollment Coordinator and their area administrators.
Please see dual enrollment deadlines and important dates for a schedule of when grades are due:
Instructor Application Process
Before applying to be a dual enrollment instructor, please confirm the following:
If you are a high school teacher and you wish to be considered for ENMU's dual enrollment program faculty, you should prepare the following:
Submit applications to the Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Shaun Banther, by email:
Forward official transcripts to:
Applications from potential dual enrollment instructors are reviewed both by the appropriate ENMU academic department faculty and by the dual enrollment administration. You will be notified whether or not you have been approved to teach dual enrollment courses for ENMU.
Registration for classes offered for dual credit in the high schools are scheduled after faculty, syllabi and course offerings have been approved by ENMU. The ENMU approval process takes place during the semester prior to courses beginning. Please submit applications for credentialing one semester in advance of when your school wishes to offer the course.
If you have a student in your classroom interested in taking a dual enrollment course, please view the Course Registration Checklist for application instructions.
Important Note: If you do not instruct for a semester, you must resubmit this paperwork. You must also communicate with ENMU regarding completing all required HR paperwork to receive compensation for your work.
Facilitator Application Process
A select number of AG courses are offered online at high schools in an online-hybrid format. Facilitators assist the ENMU instructor of record with course delivery. Facilitators work with the campus Department of Agriculture faculty to offer hybrid-online experiences for students at a distance. These facilitators must maintain regular communication with the ENMU instructor of record and the ENMU coordinator.
To apply as a facilitator:
Important Note: If you do not facilitate for a semester, you must resubmit this paperwork. You must also communicate with ENMU to complete all the required paperwork to receive compensation for your work.
For questions or information contact:
Coordinator of Dual Enrollment
Office of Distance Learning
ENMU Station 32