Why Concurrent Enrollment?
Concurrent Enrollment gives students an opportunity to get college credit for the courses they are taking during high school. This can not only save time, but it also saves money. Concurrent enrollment credits are directly transferable to in-state Universities as well as some Universities out-of-state. Even if the credits aren’t directly transferable, the credits can count for elective credits – which are required for most universities.
How To Get College Credit
- Sign up for one of the high school classes that offer concurrent enrollment (see link above)
- Make sure you qualify for any course prerequisites
- Prerequisite Information
- You must have at least a 3.0 GPA for academic courses (Math, Language Courses, etc.) and at least a 2.0 GPA for CTE courses (Financial Lit., Digital Media, etc.)
- If you didn’t include UVU as one of your schools when taking the ACT. You will need to submit those scores.
- Also any AP scores needed a a prerequisite.
- Complete the application and registration steps. Click on these links to get help completing this process.
- Apply to UVU Concurrent Enrollment program. You will receive an email with your UVU student ID 24 to 48 hours after.
- Register for your CE Class
- Pay tuition.
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