Frequently Asked Questions about earning College Credit while still in High School. PDF Version
- What is Concurrent Enrollment?
- Who is eligible to take Concurrent Enrollment classes?
- What Concurrent Enrollment classes are offered at my high school?
- Are CE classes different from regular high school classes?
- Why aren’t all high school classes taught as Concurrent?
- What do I need to do to get signed up for Concurrent classes?
- How do I know what CE classes to register for?
- How many CE classes can I take? Should I register for as many as I can?
- How much does CE cost?
- What about grades?
- What if I don’t want to attend the university where the credit is being offered?
- What is the difference between Concurrent Enrollment (CE), Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and Early College (EC)?
- Can I get my associate degree while still in high school?
- What is the EDGE Scholarship?
- What is the New Century Scholarship?
- Can I use concurrent classes to fulfill the requirements for the Regents Scholarship?
Bottom Line……CE is a great WIN-WIN
For more information:
Your CTE Coordinator is your Site Representative for all CE programs offered at your school.
Your school counselor can help guide you with appropriate class selection.