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Community College Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment

High School students may be admitted as special part-time students, based on a recommendation by their high school that they are able to benefit from advance scholastic and/or vocational coursework, excluding physical education courses.
Students must have the written recommendation of their principal/superintendent and written parental approval.  The recommendation form can be obtained from high school counselors.  The form is also available online (see link below).

The $20 per unit enrollment fee has been waived.  Students only pay a $6 student services fee each semester.  Students are responsible for the purchase of the textbook.

Concurrent Enrollment is subject to the following requirements:

  • students wanting to register for math, reading or English courses will be required to take the college placement test;
  • students are required to enroll in college-level coursework (courses numbered 1-99);
  • students are required to fulfill the minimum daily requirements at their high school;
  • charter or home-schooled students must present a copy of the affidavit submitted to the State or County Office of Education to document the student’s involvement in an educational process.