Concurrent Enrollment (CE)
The purpose of Concurrent Enrollment (CE) is to provide a challenging college-level experience for students in their last two years of high school. Course offerings in Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, Fine Arts, Humanities, World Languages, Career and Technical programs, and Education have been implemented in high schools throughout the state. Last year, more than 27,000 high school juniors and seniors in our state earned over 188,000 college level credit hours.
To register for concurrent enrollment courses, students must meet with a high school counselor. Registration for concurrent enrollment is a two-part process. First, students need parental permission to register for a CE course. That documentation must be provided to their high school. Secondly, students will be required to complete an application for the institution of higher learning that is offering the course. There may be a one-time application fee charged by the institution. This fee will not have to be paid a second time should a student choose to attend this institution as a higher education student after graduation.
Students who need additional assistance with the CE application process should speak to their high school counselor or CE course instructor.
Utah CE Handbook (2016-2017)
Annual Reports (AR)
Annual CE Expenditure Report (2015-2016)
CE Assurance Statement (2016-2017)
CE Course Submission (2017-2018)
Human Sexuality Law and Policy
Process for Creating a Concurrent Enrollment Course
Right of First Refusal Agreement for CE for Academic (2017-2018)
Course Master Lists
Meetings and Conferences
Degree Pathways: Career & College Building Blocks
Degree Pathways: Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways
General Education Pathway: Recommended First Year College Experience
Higher Education Timeline
Participating Higher Education Institutions
Question and Answers for Counselors
Rules and Codes
Concurrent Enrollment of High School Students in College Courses
Title 53A, Chapter 15, Section 101
Higher Education Courses in the Public Schools