Earn college credit while you're still in high school!
The Concurrent Enrollment Program Act of 2009 is legislation which permits high school students that meet eligibility requirements to enroll in post secondary institutions while still in high school. It allows you to take courses at a college or university, and your high school district will reimburse your tuition for these classes (up to the current community college resident rate). You just pay any additional tuition costs, student fees, books, and transportation.
Contact your high school counselor to determine the procedures and the approval required by your high school.
And the CU Denver High School Concurrent Enrollment Program
allows you to take college courses on your own which are not considered
toward high school graduation requirements, but do count toward your
Learn more with CU Succeed.
For more information about the High School District Concurrent Enrollment Program or about enrolling as a concurrent high school student, contact Laura Hager in the K-12 Outreach Office at (303) 315-2622 or e-mail Laura.Hager@ucdenver.edu.
The Enrollment Application and Concurrent Enrollment/Registration Form (from your HS counselor) both need to be submitted by:
- January 5 for Spring semester
- May 15 for Summer semester
- July 15 for Fall Semester
Concurrent Enrollment/Registration Form
- The Concurrent Enrollment Agreement and Registration form can be obtained through your high school counseling office and needs to be approved by the high school counselor and completed by both the parent or legal guardian and the student.