Concurrent Enrollment Restrictions

Concurrent students can only enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses not to exceed 19 semester hours.  One high school course will be considered equal to three semester hours of college work.  Any classes taken at other universities or technical/vocational schools will be counted as well.

Students must be able to complete all high school graduation requirements by the end of the Spring semester of their Senior year, including all courses required for college entrance.  Students can only enroll in curricular areas (English, math or science) if they achieve a minimum ACT score of 19 on the corresponding subtest or overall SAT score of 900.  A minimum ACT score of 19 must be achieved on the reading subtest or an overall minimum SAT score of 900 to enroll in any other subject (history, psychology, humanities, speech, etc.).  Furthermore, students must be English Composition I (ENGL 1113) eligible to enroll in U.S. History to 1865 (HIST 1483), U.S. History since 1865 (HIST 1493), and American Federal Government (PS 1113).

The writing section of the ACT and SAT will NOT be included when determining the score required for concurrent enrollment.

Concurrent student cannot enroll in remedial coursework.  Concurrent students MUST maintain a college GPA of 2.0 to enroll in subsequent semesters.

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