Are you in High School but would like to take a college course? Concurrent Enrollment gives students the opportunity to take courses on the college campus with other college students. That experience, of being on a college campus, enrolled in a college course, can prepare a student for continuing their college career after high school.
Is Concurrent Enrollment right for you? Check out the FAQs below. If you’re ready to get started, click on the “I’m Ready” button to begin!
Concurrent Enrollment offers you an opportunity to get a jump-start in college by taking courses that apply to a two-year and four-year degree while completing your high school education. Concurrent Enrollment gives students an opportunity to take college courses with other college students on the college campus. This opportunity gives students full exposure to what college life will be like after high school graduation.
Dual enrollment is when students are taking college-level courses at their high school with fellow high school students. The high school instructor teaches the course.
Concurrent enrollment gives students the opportunity to take the course on the college campus with other college students. Students will receive the whole experience of taking a college course, preparing them even more for their college career after high school.
Tuition is more affordable at a community college than at public or private colleges and universities. View the Tuition fee schedule. *In-county tuition subject to changes by the State Community College Board, $15 registration fee required. Some courses, such as labs, require additional fees. Books are purchased separately.
You will be dropped from your class and still owe! If you don’t pay your tuition by the due date, you will be dropped from your class with a debt still owed to the college. If you withdraw after the 100% refund period you will still owe a debt to the college and you will receive a grade of “W” on your transcript. Sign up for a payment plan.
It is your responsibility, not the instructor’s, to officially withdraw from SMCC! If you withdraw after the 100% refund date you will still be responsible for paying your tuition.
Note: Notifying your instructor that you no longer want to take the course is not officially withdrawing from the course.