The Concurrent On-Campus program offers high schools students, from participating high schools, the opportunity to take a limited selection of concurrent enrollment courses on any physical SLCC campus at the cost of $5/credit hour. Concurrent On-Campus classes are mixed classes with both high school concurrent students and regular adult college students. Students receive both college and high school credit for the courses offered through Concurrent On-Campus.
Qualifications to Participate
- Student must be counted in the Average Daily Membership of a participating high school (a participating high school is a school that has a contract with SLCC to offer concurrent enrollment).
- Student must have a 2.5 or higher cumulative GPA.
- Students must be a Junior or Senior. No Sophomore appeals are allowed.
- Student must complete SLCC admissions and meet any course and class status pre-requisites listed on the CE Course Offerings page, as well as meet any high school pre-requisites outlined by the high school.
- Students are strongly encouraged to meet with a SLCC academic advisor before participating in CE@SLCC.
Registration windows and deadlines (add, drop, withdrawal) for Concurrent On-Campus classes mirror SLCC windows and deadlines. Those are listed here: http://www.slcc.edu/academiccalendar/.
Students are limited to 3 Concurrent On-Campus classes per semester, no exceptions. Additional classes must be taken through Early Enrollment.
Only the courses listed on the Concurrent On-Campus class schedule are available for the reduced tuition of $5.00/credit. Students who register for an Early Enrollment section of a Concurrent On-Campus course WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY FULL TUITION, so it is very important that students carefully follow the registration process listed below. After the registration deadline has passed we do not move students from early enrollment sections to concurrent enrollment sections. Additionally registration exceptions are not granted by the Concurrent Enrollment Office for students who have sat in the class but did not register themselves by the deadline. STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT OFFICIALLY REGISTERED IN THE CLASS SHOULD NOT ATTEND CLASS. If you have questions about how to ensure that you don't register for the wrong courses please contact the SLCC Concurrent Enrollment Office.
Each course will have a limited number of seats available, once the seats are full students are welcome to put themselves on a waiting list when they attempt to register. Please note that if you put your name on a waiting list you will be notified via your Bruinmail email if a seat becomes available. If a student has email forwarding set up through their Bruinmail account please note that notifications for waiting lists WILL NOT FORWARD from your Bruinmail email. Students will need to make sure to check their Bruinmail email several times a day to see if a seat opens up. Once a student is notified through email that a seat has opened up, that student will have 24 hours to register. If they do not register themselves during that period they will have to put themselves back on the waiting list and will be placed at the end of the line.
The waitlist closes at 11:59 PM the day before the first day of the term. Students who are on the waitlist will be dropped from the list at that time.
STEP 1: Students review the PDF list of courses available through Concurrent On-Campus which can be found on the SLCC Concurrent Enrollment website and identify between 1 to 3 classes that they are interested in taking.
STEP 2: Students take that list of classes to their high school counselor AND CE coordinator to make sure that (1) it will work with their high school schedule and (2) that they meet all high school and SLCC eligibility requirements to take those courses.
STEP 3: The high school CE coordinator completes and submits an electronic course request form for the student. If the student or parent submit the form the request will be denied.
STEP 4: The SLCC CE Office receives the form, reviews the request to verify that all eligibility requirements are met, and then removes the registration lock on the requested classes so the student can self-register for those classes.
STEP 6: The student self-register for the class(es) if seats are available. Typically the student is able to self-register after 48 hours of the CE coordinator submitting the request form.
AT END OF THE SEMESTER: The CE office sends the high school a grade report at the end of each semester and the high school records that grade on the student’s high school transcript.
For instructions on how to register visit our MySLCC Course Registration Tutorial on our MySLCC Tutorials Page.
For instructions on how to see how may credits you have earned visit our MySLCC Tutorial on How to View Your Grades.
To understand how to use the class schedule below you can download our Concurrent On-Campus class schedule guide.