Early Enrollment (EE) allows eligible high school juniors and seniors to attend Salt Lake Community College prior to high school graduation. EE provides these students the opportunity to take college level courses to supplement their high school curriculum. EE is designed for motivated students who have completed the highest level of course work offered by the high school (i.e. honors, A.P., concurrent enrollment courses) and wish to further their education in those areas. EE is not designed to substitute high school curriculum, it is designed to supplement it. Credits earned through EE may be applied toward both college and high school graduation. Students should work with their high school counselor for acceptance of college credits toward a high school diploma.
Students who are approved and admitted for EE will pay regular tuition for the courses in which they enroll. EE students will be admitted as non-degree seeking and will not be eligible for financial aid or scholarships through Salt Lake Community College until they (or their class) graduate from high school.
Students who have graduated early from high school (within one month of the first day of the semester), received their G.E.D. or whose class has already graduated are not considered EE students and may follow regular admission procedures.
Please be aware that in some SLCC programs, there may be age minimums for taking licensure exams. For more information please contact the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing or the academic department.