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Concurrent Enrollment

Early Scholars / Courses on college campus

  • Qualified students enroll in a WCCC course on a CMU campus while still enrolled in high school.
  • Available to qualified 10th -12th grade students.
  • Students must meet program and course requirements to enroll.
  • School districts determine the number and content of the courses for which they will pay tuition. Limited to two courses per semester.
  • Students may take additional courses for which they qualify and are financially responsible.
  • Early Scholars students are financially responsible for applying for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend to offset their tuition.
  • Cost: Standard undergraduate in-state tuition rate - Participating students must register for COF to apply state funds to tuition charges.
  • Early Scholars students should meet with their high school counselor to determine eligibility and select courses from the on-campus WCCC/CMU course offerings.

High School Scholars / General Education courses in the high school

  • This program provides qualified students the opportunity to take WCCC general education courses in their high school.
  • The courses are taught by high school instructors approved as WCCC adjunct faculty.
  • Available to 10th -12th grade students in participating high schools.
  • The courses are offered for both high school and college credit.
  • Students may enroll in no more than four courses per semester.
  • Participating school districts are obligated to pay for no more than two courses per semester.
  • High School Scholars students are financially responsible for applying for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend to offset their tuition.
  • Apply through high school counselor.

Technical Scholars / Career & Technical Education courses in the high school

  • This program provides qualified students the opportunity to take WCCC career & technical education courses in their high school or at WCCC.
  • The courses are taught by high school instructors approved as WCCC adjunct faculty.
  • Available to students in participating high schools enrolled in specific CTE courses.
  • The courses are offered for both high school and college credit.
  • Students may enroll for college credit and earn credit by meeting specific course competencies.
  • Participating school districts are obligated to pay for no more than two courses per semester.
  • Technical Scholars students are financially responsible for applying for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend to offset their tuition.
  • Apply through high school counselor or WCCC instructor.

ASCENT Program

The ASCENT program permits eligible students to participate in a "5th year" of high school while enrolled in college courses. ASCENT program participants are counted as high school students for funding purposes, but take all classes at the participating college. Student tuition is then paid by the school district for the ASCENT year.

Students are eligible for this program if they meet the following pre-requisites:

  • Be on track to complete all graduation requirements and Higher Education Admission Requirements (HEAR).
  • Be on track to earn at least 12.0 college credits by the time of anticipated graduation.
  • Apply for and be approved by high school administration for ASCENT program.
  • Eligible students must not be in need of basic skills coursework.
  • ASCENT program students must complete a separate application process - see high school counselor for details.

Questions?

Contact Student Services 970.255.2670

Email: concurrent@coloradomesa.edu

Links

Online Application

Concurrent Enrollment Registration Form

Drop/Withdrawal Form

Official Transcript Request

Undergraduate Application to CMU or WCCC