Dual Credit Reports

STUDENT ENROLLMENT

Dual enrollment is being overseen by the Office of Advisement Administration. The number of students enrolled has seen a steady increase over the years. Enrollment in multiple dual credit courses has more than quadrupled
over the past six years. Currently 1/5th of the dual enrollment population are taking multiple UNM courses.

Dual Credit Ethnicity

UNM Main campus dual credit students by county

UNM dual credit by gender

Dual credit Age

Average Grades

Breakdown of grades

Incoming Students

Variable Dual Credit Non-Dual Credit
ACT (mean) 23.06 22.35
HSGPA (mean) 3.42 3.31
% female 60.15% 56.24%
% Hispanic 51.19% 49.47%
% American Indian 2.38% 4.57%
% Asian 7.68% 3.18%
% Black 1.46% 2.59%
% White 29.43% 34.34%
% Other 7.86% 5.85%

Largest feeder schools

Top 10 High Schools for Dual Credit Enrollments Top 10 Most Popular Courses
High School Name # students Course # students
Amy Biehl High School 54 SOC101 81
Manzano High School 45 EMS142 75
La Cueva High School 43 EMS113 74
Highland High School 42 PSY105 60
Albuquerque High School 38 MATH121 51
Albuquerque Institute of Math & Science 37 ACAD101 46
Valley High School 34 CHEM123 35
Cibola High School 28 ENGL101 35
Sandia High School 27 CJ130 34
Volcano Vista High School 27 SPAN101 30

Outcomes Comparisson

Variable Dual Credit Non-Dual Credit
% enrolled full-time in Semester 1 98.43% 97.84%
% 3rd semester retention 82.15% 76.12%
Semester 1 GPA* 3.11 2.95
Year 1 GPA** 3.03 2.86
% graduated 0.79% 4.48%
Most recent GPA*** 3.09 2.86
Most popular incoming majors Engineering (12.98%), Biology (8.23%), Nursing (6.58%), Psychology (5.67%), Business (5.12%) Biology (9.43%), Engineering (7.92%), Business (7.84%), Nursing (6.35%), Psychology (5.49%)
% Undecided 14.81% 16.52%
* Difference is statistically significant; t  -2.48, p = .01
**Difference is statistically significant; t = -2.81, p = .005
***Difference is statistically significant; t = -6.38, p < .0001

STUDENT ENROLLMENT (2014-2016)

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New Mexico is among several states that have enacted state legislation designed to help students graduate on time or early. Several of these policies include promoting or expanding dual enrollment programs. Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment is a program designed to provide high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit while still enrolled in high school by taking University courses normally not offered at the high school. Starting with graduates in 2013, seniors must complete an AP, Honors, distant learning or dual enrollment course to meet a state requirement for high school graduation.