For more than a decade, Cameron University has provided concurrent enrollment opportunities for high school juniors and seniors in addition to providing tuition waivers for most participants. Since August 2018, more than 350 high school students participated in concurrent enrollment on the Lawton or Duncan campus, earning more than 1,800 college credits.
“Nationally, concurrent enrollment has demonstrated that participation positively impacts student success in post-secondary education”, said Jerrett Phillips, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success. “Cameron University has offered this opportunity to qualified high school applicants for over 10 years. During that time, we provided tuition waivers to juniors as well as seniors and helped them afford high quality, college-level courses while in secondary school.”
Cameron University is proud to announce that the following high school junior and senior students participated in concurrent enrollment during the last academic year (August 2018 – July 2019). Students who authorized publication of their names are listed below by high school.
Apache High School: Nikolas A. Craig, Joely M. Lindsey
Bray-Doyle High School: Katlyn D. Hampton, Mark C. Kilbourn, Justin A. Miller
Cache High School: James S. Austin, Mica R. Bookout, Kaylee C. Brue, Zack A. Campain, Kaden G. Clemmer, Madeleine E. Cordray, Morgan Cox, Tayler J. Cox, Kadin Cress, Larissa E. Devasconcelos, Antoinette J. Falkenstein, Shemar J. Fernandes, Raya Ferrara, George R. Fisher, Grant L. Goodman, Anna Greenwood, Alexis N. Hall, Amiyah E. Hancock, Thalia G. Hawkins, Hannah L. Heidebrecht, Jessica N. Hines, Anna M. Hollander, Sofia Juarez, Phoenix L. Medina, Chloe P. Mellott, Kyle B. Mullen, Joshua Neace, Chloe M. Nevarez, Taylor N. Price, Kyle D. Ross, Selena R. Schmidt, Mariah C. Simpson, Brianna R. Taylor, Hollie L. Winslett, Scott R. Yeager, Ethan Zarraga, Sara K. Zimmerman, Kai A. Zlatnik
Central High School: Haleigh B. Bradley, Victoria D. Gibbs, Aiden M. Martin-Teakell, Richart K. Morita, Lauren M. Perry, Garrett R. Thornton, Katelynn R. Vandever
Chattanooga High School: Daylen Kilgallon
Comanche High School: Bethany P. Bailey, Mide K. Cassaday, Emily J. Foraker, Ethon M. Hamrick, Kylee E. Harris, Sara N. Haws, Hayley B. Holstead, Madison J. Leveille, Colton W. Martin, Nikolas B. Newton, Savannah N. Porter, Caylee G. Ralls, Joseph Roberts, Taylor A. Robinson, Emily G. Roden, Brooke M. Stephens, Ryleigh S. Watkins, Alyssa L. Williams, Ryleigh A. Woody
Duke High School: Austin T. Smith
Duncan High School: Bryce C. Albin, Rebecca J. Bailey, Mora B. Bivens, Brooklyn N. Bostick, Aubrey L. Bowden, Derek L. Bridges, Joshua E. Bumgarner, Riley A. Butler, Steven A. Cox, JaiVion D. Dangerfield, Hunter A. DeVoe, Madelynn J. Girod, Madelyn S. Harper, Lauren A. Hennan, Samantha S. Hurley, Tayler L. Janz, Celia M. Jones, Carson L. Kinnaird, Ian N. McEntire, Sam T. McGough, Devin D. Moore, Evan G. Moore, Emma L. Morris, Braden C. Mowdy, Stephanie M. Munoz, Ashlynn M. Pharaoh, Karliegh D. Ramirez, Liberty R. Redden, Jacob G. Riley, Katelyn D. Samuels, Roderick D. Standokes, Braylen K. Sullivan, Connor M. Thaxton, Creed C. Watkins, Preston H. Weaks, Katelyn E. White, Kara M. Whitt, Katy E. Whitt
Eisenhower Senior High School, Lawton: Brennan M. Allen, Glen H. Archer, Lawrence J. Bonano, Sarah E. Chappell, Luke A. Churchwell, Salin T. Dao, Cole W. Dornewass, Mariam Drissi, Alexis J. Durham, Melody M. Garton, Tatiana C. Gonzalez, Brayden M. Halberg, Marquise L. Haliburton, Marc Hanna, Carmen R. Head, Tristan-David L. Howeth, Madison P. James, Joshua B. John, Kylee B. Kerr, Alison Lingle, Mariah R. Malloy, Blakelee M. Marco, Lilly S. Markham, Preston M. Meek, Ashley L. Payne, Abigail K. Phelps, Allison M. Porter, Sydney G. Price, Matthew G. Roberts, Chase A. Scott, Avani Vasquez, Darian E. Ward, Caiton A. Wilmoth
Elgin High School: Chloe D. Ahtone, Wyatt A. Barrier, Holden M. Bartosovsky, Travis D. Burk, Isabella L. Bushong, Michael Christensen, Julessa F. Colong, Liv G. Cummins, Sean K. Draheim, Yannik J. Gruenwald, Haley P. Guin, Hunter Hampton, Victoria R. Harper, Vance Haywood, Keeley J. Kendall, Cade A. Kennedy, Kekoa K. Lake, Mariah S. Latimer, Abrial Lowe, Allison McClung, Kersten F. McKenzie, Holly E. Monostori, Sarah E. Moore, Mikalyn D. Moreland, Madeline Morgan, Paige S. Pendley, Conner T. Pennington, Megan V. Pratt, Samantha L. Pratt, Braelyn R. Ringwald, Kaylynn A. Risley, John E. Roberts, Allison B. Rose, Cali D. Rowland, Ki M. Smith, Davi Trueblood, Austin M. Tuck, Colton T. Tysdal, Cole K. Underhill, Jazmyne S. Williams, Michael D. Williams
Empire Consolidated High School: Remington T. Hunt, Cash C. Robinson, Cindy Y. Santos, Kevin P. Womack
Epic Charter School: QueeneAmenon S. Billy, Caitlyn N. Hill, Georgia R. Vester
Geronimo High School: Wyatt M. Johnson
Home Schooled: John A. Bachelor, Hope M. Chambers, Logan W. Dennis, Corbin A. Martinez, John Miracle, Chloe G. Patterson, Austin A. Price, Kali F. Treat, Merribelle M. Wharton
Lawton Christian School: Trinity J. Sutherland, Kallista M. Willigar
Lawton High School: Raven A. Bussinger, Miracle K. Chatman, Anika K. Cole, Gavin Frazier, Dante R. Gaither, Rebecca R. Gallagher, Anjelica L. Gonzalez Aponte, Lawrence D. Gray-Hudson, Robert F. Hillis, Teresa A. Leday-Mauney, Jaida M. Mathews, Rachael Sarmiento, Aiyana J. Scott, Kylee A. Sohl
MacArthur High School, Lawton: Austin Aguilera, Michelle F. Artzberger, Brianna M. Barnett, Makayla M. Berry, Bailey A. Blount, Ryan A. Bolin, Joshua L. Boothe, Kira M. Carter, Andrew M. Celedon, Jonathan A. Choquette, Hannah J. Fannin, Kelsey A. Ferguson, Kinsley E. Ferguson, Sydney G. Gunter, Christopher A. Hanna, Brianna Heckert Smith, Allyssa M. Herron, Brandon V. Ho, Terrence-Yujin D. Jackson, Logan Kappel, Makinley A. Kennedy, Jada J. Lawson, Meagan M. Markham, Natalie C. Martin, Macklayne D. Miles, Ciara B. Murray, Robert L. Owens, Chloe B. Philpott, Charleigh C. Rivera, Jasmine X. Schara, Kayleigh Schulze, Christopher E. Smith, Quinton Smith, Trinity R. Snider, Dakota G. Strawn, Jacob Swedlund, Shyanne M. Taunah, Carter S. Thorne, Forest A. Weeden, Brandon Wilk, Jalen M. Williams
Marlow High School: Kale R. Baker, Madison B. Baker, Macey K. Bateman, Matthew B. Branum, Matthew A. Cobbs, Chassidy J. Dixon, Ryan M. Ford, Joshua B. Gibbs, Owen R. Howard, Kobey B. Kizarr, Mikahla L. Lavey, Tyler L. Lavey, Cole C. McDonald, Mia Meshell, Ryder C. Mitchell, Meagan P. Morriston, Lindley R. Newberry, Cole Y. Newport, Chloe R. O'Conner, Alli S. Spurlock, Jaci D. Strickland, Lauren B. Wade, Valhana B. Woods
Mt. View-Gotebo High School: Mackenzie C. Payne
Oklahoma Connections Academy: Cadence LeBoeuf, Alex Walrond
Ryan High School: Holland N. Carter, Laken N. DeBoard, Sondra E. Marquez, Keylee R. Switzer
Snyder High School: Brittney N. Woodward
Walters High School: Dylyn Anderson, Kelsi D. Carroll, Ely H. King, Halee B. Piatt, Calli J. Ray, Cheyenne Rodgers, Lake J. Rudd, Chloe E. Ulm
Waurika High School: Gatlin E. Black, Alexandria Jennings, Aaron P. Nitka, Madison T. Roberson
CU encourages high school juniors and seniors throughout southwest Oklahoma to apply for concurrent enrollment. To qualify, students must meet the academic standards established by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. If a student attends an accredited high school, they must have a minimum 20 A.C.T. composite score (S.A.T 1020 / 940 (depending upon year taken)) OR a 3.0 high school GPA and class rank in the top 50% of their class. If a student is homeschooled or attends an unaccredited high school they must meet the same ACT (or SAT) requirement as stated above AND complete high school coursework equivalent to an individual classified as a junior or senior at an accredited high school. National ACT, Pre-ACT, Residual ACT, SAT, or PSAT test scores may be utilized.
Once a student is granted admission for concurrent enrollment, Cameron has a tuition waiver program to help with the affordability of the academic experience. High school seniors can receive waivers up to 18 credit hours of tuition per year (year begins with the summer preceding the senior year). Effective in the Fall 2019 semester, a policy change allows all admitted high school juniors to receive waivers up to nine credit hours per year (year begins with the summer preceding their junior year). To recognize exceptional academic performance, this year’s high school juniors with an ACT composite of 26 or higher qualify for six hours of tuition waivers per semester.
“Through concurrent tuition waivers, Cameron University will invest up to $2,826 into each student participating in the program this academic year,” says Phillips. “Last year, the university awarded $471,788.00 in high school junior and senior concurrent tuition waivers.”
Families are responsible for fees, books and other educational expenses. Concurrent enrollment is a great program that allows high school students to earn credits on a college transcript and complete a Cameron University associates or bachelor’s degree in less time. General education credits earned through concurrent enrollment at Cameron are transferable to other Oklahoma colleges and universities.
Cameron University begins fall classes on Monday, August 19.
Additional information about Cameron University’s Concurrent Enrollment Program can be found at http://www.cameron.edu/admissions/concurrent.
August 12, 2019