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

  2. Guidelines • Effective 2014-15 • 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 enrollment @ a College campus • General Education courses (generally) • Course selection is limited • High School Scholars • Concurrent enrollment @ High School campus • General education courses (generally) • Technical Scholars • Concurrent enrollment @ WCCC • Technical and career education courses

  4. Early & High School Scholars • Eligibility • Students in 10th/11th/12th grades • GPA • Test scores • Process – First Time Students http://wccc.coloradomesa.edu/hs • Application • Registration • Transcripts • Test Scores • College Opportunity Fund (COF) • Process – Returning Students • Registration

  5. Academic Eligibility • Grades • GPA = 3.0 or better • Test Scores • Meet deadlines to counselor • For fall classes: June 5th • For spring classes: November 1st • No GPA or test score minimums for Technical Scholars

  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 appointment @ 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 High School Scholars Apply for admission & COF Complete registration form with counselor Purchase course resource materials MavCard $15 (optional) • 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)

  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 http://wccc.coloradomesa.edu/hs Follow the steps…. • Questions? • Contact • Your high school counselor • WCCC Office of Student Services