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  • All students are required to submit an online concurrent application prior to registration in their first class. 
  • All students are required to complete College Opportunity Fund to supplement tuition costs. Students who do not will be responsible for covering that portion of the tuition. This is only required prior to a student’s first class.
  • Students are expected to earn a “C” or higher. Those who do not may be required to reimburse their school district for the tuition for the unsuccessfully completed class, subject to the school or district’s policies.

Other expectations

  • College classes are different than high school classes. College faculty expect that students will do work outside of the classroom and come to class prepared.
  • There may be other college students in the same classes as concurrent learners.
  • Concurrent students are subject to privacy laws and standards regarding post-secondary students as set forth by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

How to Become a Concurrent Student