Concurrent Enrollment Students Page
Sophomore (10th grade) Appeals:
Utah Board of Regents Policy states that students must have junior or senior standing, with sophomores by exception, to take Concurrent Enrollment classes. SLCC policy is the same. As a sophomore, you will complete the 10th Grade Appeal Form seeking an exception to the rule.
As a sophomore, you must meet course prerequisites. The concurrent course must align with your SEOP. Completing an advanced secondary program such as ALP or honors classes does not guarantee an appeal will be approved. SLCC academic departments reserve the right to designate particular Concurrent Enrollment courses to be open only to 11th or 12th grade students, without exception. Sophomore students seeking approval for math courses may appeal to the Concurrent Enrollment math liaison by submitting official Accuplacer, SAT, or ACT qualifying score and letters of recommendation from the Concurrent Enrollment math instructor and previous math instructor.
To make an appeal, on the form you will write the reasons you feel you are academically and socially ready and should be allowed an exception to the rule and then add your signature. You will obtain the CE teacher’s recommendation and signature. And, you will obtain the CE coordinator or counselor’s signature.
You may submit sophomore appeals several months before taking the course. If you have already been admitted to SLCC (become an SLCC student) please include your S number on the appeal form (admission is not required for submitting the appeal form).
Salt Lake Community College
Concurrent Enrollment (HTC)
PO Box 30808
Salt Lake City, UT 84130-0808
High Technology Center (HTC)
3491 W 9000 S
West Jordan, UT
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM