Concurrent Enrollment Students & Parents Page
Step 4: Take Classes
Many concurrent enrollment classes require placement testing. Placement testing helps determine whether or not you are adequately prepared to take certain college level courses. Before taking a placement test student must have completed the online admission application, paid the $40 admission fee, and then wait at least two days after completing the application. Early Enrollment students are the only ones who can test before they apply.
Talk with your high school teacher or counselor to make sure you have the appropriate placement scores on file before you register for concurrent enrollment classes. If you have taken the ACT or SAT exam, you can use your scores to meet the testing score requirements. You can also take the Accuplacer exam which is available at several SLCC campuses and in some high schools.
For additional details, testing locations, and times visit www.slcc.edu/testing.
Setting Up Your MyPage Account
Before you can register for classes you first need to set up a MyPage Account. MyPage is the college's student portal for registering for classes, paying tuition, accessing grades, ordering transcripts, getting news about what is going on at SLCC, and other important information. A complete list of tutorials on how to set up and access different features of your MyPage Account can be found on the MyPage Overview & Tutorials page.
Registering for Classes
Registration is the process of choosing and signing up for college classes. Before you register for classes you must first become an SLCC student. Each term when you start a new class, you will need to go through the registration process. Before you choose your CE classes, you will need to work with your high school counselor to carefully choose classes that you are qualified to take and that will help you reach your academic goals.
Your high school will place you in your CE high school class. You also need to register yourself online for the CE class at SLCC. Registration at SLCC should be done within the first week of class. See the Register for Classes tutorial for step by step instructions on how to register.
As part of the registration process it is your responsibility to follow instructions carefully, and to meet all deadlines. After you have registered for your courses visit the "My Courses" tab in MyPage to make sure you are registered for the right courses.
Problems Registering for Classes
Problems will arise with your registration if:
- required test scores are not in the SLCC system.
- you owe money to SLCC.
- you have an incorrect social security number on file.
- you have a campus restriction.
- you did not take a CE course for a year or a semester.
Your CE teacher will work with the SLCC CE office 801-957-6344 to help you resolve the issue.
Pay Partial Tuition
The $5.00 per credit hour tuition ($15 for a 3 credit hour class, $20 for a 4 credit hour class, etc.) may be paid at the time of registration or before the deadline. The deadline generally falls about a week after the semester begins. Check the Concurrent Enrollment calendar for the exact deadline. You can pay the partial tuition online, by phone (801-957-4868), or in person (at a SLCC Cashier’s Window) using a credit card or a checking or savings account.
At the end of the semester students will receive a statement for any outstanding tuition that needs to be paid. Students who fail to pay their tuition, will receive a hold on their academic transcript, meaning that they will be unable to transfer their records to another institution, or receive a copy of their transcript. If the amount of tuition due exceeds $100 students will be unable to register for classes until the past due balance has been paid in full.
For step by step instructions on how to pay online using MyPage see MyPage Tutorials.
Salt Lake Community College
Concurrent Enrollment (HTC)
3491 W 9000 S
West Jordan, UT 84088
High Technology Center (HTC)
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