Information for Educators
College Challenge is a definite win-win program for high school educators, students, and Indiana State University. While high school students have the chance to earn college credit before graduation day, high school educators have the unique opportunity to enhance their curriculums and careers through more demanding and intellectually challenging coursework. College Challenge was designed to encourage high school educators to engage in professional development in their respective disciplines and areas of study.
Become a College Challenge Instructor
Indiana State University is always welcoming new instructors and high schools to the College Challenge program. If you are interested in teaching college courses or believe that your high school could benefit from the College Challenge program, then we recommend reviewing our enrollment process to becoming an instructor.
News & Announcements
If you are a current College Challenge instructor, please be aware of the following information regarding courses and registration:
that College Challenge sponsors have been announced to help you prepare.
- The registration process is deadline driven, and it is critical that all deadlines are met to ensure proper and timely processing of all College Challenge student registrations. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the timeline requirements in advance of the next semester.
All high school teachers and ISU department chairs are required to attend an annual summer workshop for certification and accreditation purposes. Details on workshops are sent to teachers by the College Challenge Director. Teachers are paid a stipend for attending the summer workshops to cover travel costs and time of attending the program.
High School Students & Parents:
Please contact your high school counselor for more information about College Challenge. High School Educators:
If you are a high school educator or administrator, please contact the College Challenge director for assistance: