General Registration Appeals
At times, extenuating circumstances arise that prevent students from following established SLCC Concurrent Enrollment deadlines, processes, or rules. In such cases students may appeal for exceptions to these deadlines, processes, and rules by completing the Concurrent Enrollment Appeal Form available below.
After the completing the form and submitting it to the Concurrent Enrollment Office with the required documentation, the appeal will be reviewed by a committee within 10 business days. The committee will gather additional documentation by consulting with relevant parties such as the high school CE staff, instructor, counselor, etc., and gather data from SLCC systems to verify registration attempts and other information.
After review, the student will receive notification on whether the appeal has been granted or denied via their SLCC Bruinmail account. The high school will also be notified. Decisions made by the appeals committee are final.
Appeal for Students under the age of 15 to participate in concurrent enrollment
Per SLCC Policy, students who “are under the age of 15 are expected to have exhausted all educational resources at the secondary level before petitioning for special status at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC).” For those rare and exceptional circumstances in which a student under the age of 15 has exhausted all educational resources at the secondary level, is motivated, and is academically and socially prepared to engage in college level coursework, this form can be used to petition for participation in concurrent enrollment coursework.
After the completing the form and submitting it to the Concurrent Enrollment Office with the required documentation, the appeal will be reviewed by a committee within 10 business days. After review, the student and high school will receive notification on whether the appeal has been granted or denied via email. Decisions made by the appeals committee are final.
Concurrent On-Campus 3 Course Limit Appeal
Per SLCC Concurrent Enrollment policy high school junior (11th graders) and senior (12th graders) CE students are not allowed to take more than 3 classes per semester on a SLCC campus including online classes. Freshman (9th graders) and Sophomores (10th graders) are not allowed to participate in the SLCC Concurrent On-Campus Program, however they are allowed to take concurrent enrollment classes in any participating high school in which they are counted in the average daily membership. There is no appeal process for Freshman and Sophomores to participate in the Concurrent On-Campus Program.
Students whose academic plan is impossible to achieve without taking more than 3 concurrent enrollment classes on a SLCC campus may appeal to take more than 3 CE classes on a SLCC campus through the Concurrent On-Campus Program using the form below.
Students in concurrent enrollment are not allowed to take more than 18 concurrent enrollment credits per semester and more than 30 credits per year. There is no appeal process for these credit limits.