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1 Concurrent Enrollment Enriching Your High School Curriculum with College Credit Opportunities

2 Guidelines Effective Guidelines established by Legislature, Local school board and College. Increased student access to concurrent enrollment opportunities. – Early Scholars Program – High School Scholars Program – Technical Scholars Program

3 Options for enrollment Early Scholars – Concurrent a College campus – General Education courses (generally) – Course selection is limited High School Scholars – Concurrent High School campus – General education courses (generally) Technical Scholars – Concurrent WCCC – Technical and career education courses

4 Early & High School Scholars Eligibility – Students in 10 th /11 th /12 th grades – GPA – Test scores Process – First Time Students 1.Application 2.Registration 3.Transcripts 4.Test Scores 5.College Opportunity Fund (COF) Process – Returning Students 1.Registration

5 Academic Eligibility Grades o GPA = 3.0 or better Test Scores Meet deadlines to counselor – For fall classes: June 5 th – For spring classes: November 1 st No GPA or test score minimums for Technical Scholars Test/SubjectACTSATAccuplacer Reading/Verbal For all courses English/Verbal For any English course Math For any Math course

6 What if I don’t meet test requirements? If you don’t meet the minimum test score, you can register for the Accuplacer test. Fill out Testing form Call for CMU Prometric Test Center or check with your counselor $17/test or $51 for all three Select the correct tests; no refund policy

7 Expectations Early Scholars, High School Scholar & Technical Scholars Meet qualifications Approval from HS official or WCCC instructor Limited to 2 courses per semester District billed for all tuition (up to 2 courses per semester) Student pays for books and student fees

8 Responsibilities Student – Complete Application/Registration process – Work to College-level expectations – Successfully complete course or reimburse district for tuition Counselor – Advise & registration guidance – Submit paperwork to WCCC Instructor – Teach college course to college expectations so you get a great education… regardless of the course location.

9 Costs Two (2) courses per semester paid by district regardless of location. What would student pay to take additional courses? – High School Scholars – high school campus Tuition = paid by school district Fees = $0 Books = $0-$100/course – Early Scholars – university campus Tuition = standard CMU tuition $210/credit hour (estimated) Fees = $30/credit hour (estimated) Books = $50-$100/course – Technical Scholars- WCCC campus Tuition = paid by district Fees = $0 Books = $0

10 What’s Next Early Scholars Apply for admission & COF Complete registration form with counselor – selecting course from online course listings Register for New Student Orientation upon acceptance notification. Purchase course resource materials MavCard $15 (optional) High School Scholars Apply for admission & COF Complete registration form with counselor Purchase course resource materials MavCard $15 (optional)

11 Apply for Admission – new students only Select a username & PIN (6-digit number) you can remember

12 Apply online Select Option 4 – Concurrent Enrollment

13 Print out application confirmation & give to your counselor Print this page

14 Apply for COF Select “Apply for Stipend”. You will need your SSN & Driver’s license # or State ID #

15 What Else? Disperse to computer labs Follow the steps…. Questions? – Contact Your high school counselor WCCC Office of Student Services


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