Christian Halls International (CHI)


Students will receive college credit for English Composition from a selected CHI University Partner.


SEU Fall 2024 Important dates:
Student registration opens April 1, 2024
Student enrollment deadline: August 8, 2024
Students given access to class content: August 14, 2024
Class start date: August 21, 2024
Add/Drop deadline: August 27, 2024
Course withdrawal deadline: October 18, 2024
Last day of classes: December 10, 2024
Final grades due: December 17, 2024

SEU Spring 2025 Important dates:
Student registration opens: November 4, 2024
Student enrollment deadline: December 10, 2024
Students given access to class content: January 8, 2025
Class start date: January 15, 2025
Add/Drop deadline: January 21, 2025
Course withdrawal deadline: March 14th, 2025
Last day of classes: May 6, 2025
Final grades due: May 13, 2025

Donnelly Fall 2024 Important dates:
Enrollment deadline for fall courses: August 7, 2024
Class start date: August 14, 2024
Add/drop deadline: August 23, 2024
Withdrawal deadline: November 1, 2024
Last day of class: November 21, 2024
Final grades due: December 17, 2024

Donnelly Spring 2024 important dates:
Enrollment deadline for fall courses: January 15, 2025
Class start date: January 22, 2025
Add/drop deadline: January 31, 2025
Withdrawal deadline: April 24, 2025
Last day of class: May 8, 2025
Final grades due: May 12, 2025





Amy Shearer

Amy is one of Andrew Pudewa’s former students from the level B classes during the filming of the Structure and Style for Students (SSS) program, but she’s currently taking IEW SSS classes again—this time through dual enrollment—from Christian Halls International (CHI).

We contacted Amy to get a student’s-eye view of what it’s like to get college credit for her IEW classes.

Why did you decide on dual enrollment for your IEW classes this year?

I think dual enrollment is cheaper than going to college. I decided to go with IEW classes because Comp 1 and Comp 2 are required. Why not take a course where you’re going to get quality education so you can use it in other places?

Does CHI give you any support as you turn in your IEW classwork?

We turn in the assignment at the start of the week and they (the CHI graders) tell us what they liked in what we did and how we could do better for the next week.

Would you recommend this program to other students?

Absolutely! I feel like IEW takes an approach that other college courses don't take, and I can use what I learn there in other courses. I'm taking psychology right now, and I'm using IEW in my papers there.

Has dual enrollment been a simple process for you?

There was a learning curve, like learning how to turn things in online. I've only learned directly from Mr. Pudewa where we turned things in during class, so it's different working with someone else, but those issues were pretty much resolved at the beginning of class.

Do you have any advice for other people considering dual enrollment?

Don't leave an assignment until the last minute to turn it in. Figure out the due date and set yours a few days in advance. I once had a panic when the internet went out at my house when I needed to turn in a paper. That wasn't good! But it all worked out.

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