Concurrent Enrollment

  • Program Overview

    What is Concurrent Enrollment (CE)?

    It is the simultaneous enrollment of a student in both a high school and a higher education institution in one or more courses.  Educators who are endorsed in both college and 6-12 institutions teach these tuition-free concurrent enrollment courses.  Upon successful completion of a course, students will receive college-level credit and meet the high school graduation guidelines.  

    Important Information

    • To qualify, a student may need to complete prerequisites, which may include
      • an introductory course completion
      • GPA requirements 
      • submission of ACT or SAT scores
      • or the passing of an AP exam
    • A student must achieve a final grade of “C” or higher to be eligible for concurrent enrollment credit.
    • Students will also receive high school graduation credit for their CE course.
    • Students must be enrolled in this class for the entire semester or year and finish with a grade of C or higher to earn
      concurrent credit.
    • Students are required to complete all necessary Community College of Aurora or Arapahoe Community College
      paperwork in order to qualify for credit. This paperwork includes:
      • Application to the appropriate institution (CCA or ACC)
      • Registration for COF (College Opportunity Fund); credit earned will be deducted from the COF
        lifetime account (145.0 credit hours).
      • Completed Course Agreement form for EACH course prior to established deadlines.
    • The college credit will be awarded through Community College of Aurora or Arapahoe Community College.
      Students should check with their transferring institution regarding the transferability of the course.
    • Students may enroll in courses without earning college credit.


    ** Concurrent Enrollment college credit is subject to course and teacher approval and completion of all required registration steps within the designated semester deadline. Courses are subject to cancellation for Concurrent Enrollment college credit due to unforeseen circumstances. Prerequisites to courses may change at any time.

  • CT's Concurrent Enrollment Courses

    Business

    • Accounting 2
    • Computer Applications

    Engineering Technologies and Computer Science

    • Engineering Design
    • Computer-Aided Design

    English

    • English Composition 121
    • English Composition 122
    • English Literature

    Health Sciences

    • Medical Careers

    Social Studies

    • Intro to Criminal Justice
    • Crime Science
    • CE History 101 & 102

    Math

    • College Algebra
    • College Trigonometry
    • Survey of Calculus
    • Statistical Analysis
    • Calculus

    Performing Arts

    • Advanced Acting

    Science

    • Weather and Climate

Staff

CE Forms and Files

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