Teachers - LSU College Readiness/Dual Enrollment Program


High school teachers play a crucial role in the LSU Dual Enrollment (DE) Program. They facilitate the delivery of course content and assess their high school students. They collaborate closely with the LSU faculty member who serves as the Instructor of Record for the course.

DE Teacher Benefits

  • Receive training and certification in the course content of the DE course from LSU.
  • Gain a greater understanding and knowledge of the course content required for success in college courses.
  • Learn new and effective delivery models.
  • Form a professional network with other teachers who participate in the DE program.

DE Teacher Requirements

  • Complete the Summer Training Institute to become certificated to participate in the program and facilitate the LSU courses.
  • Facilitate the LSU courses in your classrooms using the (unaltered) course materials, syllabi, assessments, and grading scales provided by LSU.
  • Follow all policy guidelines from the LSU Instructor of Record.

2023 DE Summer Training Institute

Department For New Facilitators For All Facilitators/Refresher
Art May 31–June 14 May 30
Chemistry June 5–9; June 26–27 July 1

June 5–8; June 12–23;
June 26–29

English June 13–16; July 25–28 July 25
History June 5–9 May 26
Math June 6–9; June 26–29 July 10
Music & Computer Science June 16–30 June 15
Spanish May 30–June 1 June 27

For all inquiries, please email caincenter@lsu.edu.

Dual Enrollment Information

Participating Schools

Department Contacts