To be admitted as a concurrently enrolled student you must meet one of the performance requirement options listed below and be able to satisfy all 15 curricular and graduation requirements no later than the last semester of your senior year.
All concurrent students must obtain a 19 ACT subject score in English, mathematics, and/or science reasoning to enroll in coursework in the respective subject area. Students must score at least a 19 in reading to enroll in any collegiate course outside the subject of mathematics.
Your first semester of enrollment can be the summer before your senior year.
Option 1: Minimum of 20 ACT or 940 SAT
Option 2: 3.0 minimum GPA and class rank in the top 50%
Your first semester of enrollment can be the summer before your junior year.
Option 1: Minimum of 23 ACT or 1060 SAT
Option 2: 3.5 minimum GPA
In March of 2006 the State Regents approved a permanent policy for the tuition scholarship for concurrently enrolled high school seniors. The policy authorizes the waiver for up to six credit hours per semester or summer term. It defines a “high school senior” as a student who has completed their junior year but has not yet graduated. Theoretically, a student could use the wavier for a total of 18 hours of college credit -- 6 in the summer following their junior year, 6 in their senior fall semester, and 6 in their senior spring semester. There are no family income limits or restrictions to qualify for the waiver. The waiver does not cover other mandatory fees (activity fees, facility fees, library fees, technology fees, etc.) or the cost of books.
Concurrent students must obtain a 19 ACT subject score in English, mathematics, and/or science reasoning to enroll in coursework in the respective subject area. Students must score at least a 19 in reading to enroll in any other collegiate course outside the subjects of English, mathematics, and science.
Concurrently enrolled students are limited in the number of college credit hours they are allowed to enroll in per semester. A high school student may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses per semester not to exceed 19 semester credit hours. For the purposes of calculating course load, one-half high school unit shall be equivalent to three semester credit hours of college work. Concurrent students may enroll in a maximum of 9 semester hours during any summer term.
High school students concurrently enrolled in college courses may continue concurrent enrollment in subsequent semesters if they achieve a college cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above on a 4.0 scale.
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