Corequisite Support Models
There are many ways to implement corequisite support. Choosing the model that best serves your students depends on the constraints and preferences of your college or district.
Interactive Evaluation Tool
There are four main corequisite support models. This tool will help you choose which is best for you, based on your needs and preferences. Use the slider below each question to indicate your response. Based on your responses, the tool will calculate a relative favorability for each model. A higher favorability indicates a better match between the model and the provided responses. Select the “Show Impacts” button to see how the question relates to each model.
Academic Support Services
Extended Instructional Time
In this model, students requiring the corequisite enroll in just one course, but that course includes additional instructional time compared to the transfer-level course without corequisite support. The support is delivered as classroom instruction, and most of the coursework comes from the transfer-level course. In most cases, the same instructor teaches the transfer-level course and corequisite support. This model can be cohorted or commingled with students for whom corequisites are optional, registering for the transfer-level course without additional instructional time.