Concurrent Enrollment Students Page
Students enrolled in a public high school may take CE classes regardless of residence status. A social security number is not required to take a CE class, but a social security number is required to take classes after high school graduation. See the SLCC web site for more information at www.slcc.edu/enrollmentservices/residency.asp.
SLCC complies with the residency policies established by the Utah State Board of Regents and the laws of the state. (Utah State Code 53 B-8-102 and 106 and Utah State Board of Regents Policy and Procedures R 512) Residency Requirements for Utah:
- Live in Utah continuously for 12 continuous months OR
- Live in Utah for 3 years as a student OR
- Complete 60 semester hours as a non-resident at a Utah postsecondary institution.
- Student is not claimed as a dependent for tax purposes by anyone out of state.
Students who are transitioning from concurrent enrollment classes to regular college classes must make sure that all of their residency documentation is current and correct. Otherwise, they may be classified as a non-resident and be charged non-resident tuition. The students can check and update their residency status by contacting Enrollment Services 801-957-4298 or at the SLCC web site link, www.slcc.edu/enrollmentservices/residency.asp.
The following guidelines can help students ensure that their residency is correct.
- This residency status is used for tuition rate only.
- If students don't complete the residency section of the form they will be classified as non-residents.
- All students must have a Utah driver license (DL) or Utah ID to be classified as residents. This information must be on the application form.
- Students who don't list the DL or State ID number on the form will be classified as non-residents and must provide the DL or State ID number to be eligible for resident tuition. This applies to students who are too young to drive when they apply for concurrent admission. Before they register for classes on campus they must take a Utah driver license or State ID card to SLCC enrollment services and request a change in residence status.
- All students must list the number of years they have lived in Utah and their citizenship status.
- On the Admission application form, non-US citizens must answer "No" to the question "Are you a US citizen?"
- US citizenship is required to be eligible for the lower tuition rates, however immigrants with INS permanent resident status may be considered for resident tuition.
- The law requires 12 consecutive months of living in Utah to qualify for instate tuition, which is approximately 1/3 the amount of non-resident tuition.
- Students who attend high school in Utah for three or more years and receive a Utah high school diploma or equivalent are eligible for resident tuition.
- Enrollment Services has residency counselors to help students with the process. Contact 801-957-4298 for an appointment with a residency counselor.
- Concurrent Enrollment courses do not count towards the 60 semester hours required for Utah Residency. The required hours begin once a student enrolls in college as a non-resident.
- Students who have been claimed as a dependent on the income tax of a person who lives out-of-state are classified as non-residents.
International students are eligible to participate in concurrent enrollment provided the student is counted in the average daily membership of the public high school. The student must meet all the eligibility requirements of concurrent enrollment. Schools should consult with their district to see if the district has any policies regarding international students and concurrent enrollment.
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