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Concurrent Enrollment

Student Guide

Welcome to the CE Student Guide. Below you will find a list of pages that include important information for you to know as a concurrent enrollment student. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the SLCC Concurrent Enrollment Office. 

At times, extenuating circumstances arise that prevent students from following established SLCC Concurrent Enrollment deadlines, processes, or rules.

More about Appeals

SLCC academic department have established grade limit recommendations for certain classes based on several factors in order to ensure student success . . .

More about Class Status Recommendations

Personal responsibility is one of the key attributes of a successful college student. Concurrent enrollment students assume the responsibility to fulfill their academic obligations in a responsible and honest manner. 

More about the Code of Student rights and Responsibilities

There are several small costs associated with concurrent enrollment. When compared to the full cost of college, concurrent enrollment is a real bargain.

More about Costs

The grades you receive in your concurrent enrollment classes will be recorded on both your high school transcript as well as your permanent college transcript and will follow you throughout your college career.

More about College Grades & Transcripts

Many concurrent enrollment courses have prerequisites or requirements that need to met before you are eligible to take the course. Counselors, coordinators, and teachers will help you know if you are qualified for courses at your high school.

More about Course Prerequisites

The Utah State Office of Education allows high school students to take a maximum of 30 credit hours of concurrent enrollment classes per year, including classes from different colleges and universities .

More about Credit Limits

If you are unable to continue your Concurrent Enrollment class, you must follow the proper procedure to drop or withdraw from the class. Failure to do so may result in a failing grade on your permanent college transcript that will affect your SLCC GPA. Failing or withdrawing from a class may also affect your eligibility for financial aid in the future.

More about Dropping & Withdrawing

It is now a requirement in all General Education courses for students to create and maintain an ePortfolio that contains their significant assignments and reflections about those assignments. 

More about ePortfolios

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 prohibits Utah State University from releasing certain personally identifiable information from a student's record to a third party (e.g. parent, spouse, etc.) without the student's explicit consent.

More about FERPA

Planning on finishing your Certificate of Completion or associates degree before high school high school graduation? Find out what you need to know about graduation from SLCC here.

 More about Graduation

In order to participate in concurrent enrollment students and parents are required to sign a parent permission form each year. Student should log into their MyCE account at the link below or if they are having problems logging in they can complete the parent permission form below the login link.

Sign Parent Permission Form

Review Form Content

Placement testing helps determine whether or not you are adequately prepared to take certain college level courses and are a prerequisite for several concurrent enrollment classes.

More about Placement Testing

MyCE is your SLCC Concurrent Enrollment Portal for creating your college academic plan.

More about MyCE

MySLCC is Salt Lake Community College’s portal for registering for classes, accessing grades, ordering transcripts, getting news about what is going on at SLCC, and other important information.

MySLCC & Other Tutorials 

As a registered SLCC Concurrent Enrollment student, you are eligible to purchase a SLCC Concurrent Enrollment Student ID Card (OneCard) for $5.00. 

More about the SLCC Student Card (OneCard)

For classes offered on an SLCC campus, the DRC will coordinate reasonable accommodations. For classes offered at your high school, the school district is responsible to provide a plan to meet your educational needs.

More about Students With Disabilities

After being admitted to Salt Lake Community College, you are assigned a Student ID or S Number, which is different from your high school number. 

More about S Number

Finish at SLCC after high school graduation, or at another college or university.

More about Transition to College

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 . 

More about Utah Residence

Salt Lake Community College

4600 South Redwood Road
Salt Lake City, UT 84123
801-957-SLCC (7522)

From May 17 to July 26, 2024, the college will follow a summer schedule and close all physical locations on Fridays.

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