What is concurrent enrollment?
“Concurrent Enrollment extends affordable university credit opportunities to high school students seeking an early start toward a degree.”
This program is a great opportunity for a high school student to earn college/university credits which will also fill high school requirements for graduation. For example, if a student takes ENGL 1010 through Concurrent Enrollment, it will also meet the student’s Junior or Senior English requirement. It is a state-funded program which covers the majority of the cost, but each student contributes just $5 partial tuition per credit hour. To get started, a student should visit with their high school counselor and make sure that enrollment in university courses is part of their CCR.