As of February 1, 2024 there have been significant changes to the SLCC Concurrent On-Campus registration processes and rules. Be sure to read the information on this page carefully before participating in this program. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call our office.
The Concurrent On-Campus program offers high schools students from participating high schools in the Salt Lake Valley the opportunity to take a limited selection of concurrent enrollment courses on any physical SLCC campus and online at the cost of $5/credit hour plus any applicable textbook and material fees. Concurrent On-Campus classes are mixed classes with both high school concurrent students and regular adult college students. Students receive both college and high school credit for the courses offered through Concurrent On-Campus.
STEP 1: Review the Concurrent On-Campus class schedule below and identify between 1 to 3 classes that you are interested in taking.
STEP 2: Take the list of classes you've selected to your high school counselor AND CE coordinator to make sure that (1) it will work with your high school schedule and (2) that you meet all high school and SLCC eligibility requirements to take those courses.
STEP 3: You and your parent or guardian sign the Concurrent On-Campus MOU and complete the registration form provided by the high school CE coordinator.
STEP 4: The high school CE coordinator scans those signed and completed forms and submits them to SLCC electronically.
STEP 5: The SLCC CE Office then receives the forms and reviews the request to verify that all eligibility requirements are met.
STEP 6: If you meet eligiblity requirements and there are seats available in the classes you have requested, SLCC registers you in those classes and notifies your CE coordinator. If there are no seats available your CE coordinator will also be notified and can communicate that to you or you can check your MySLCC account following the instructions above to check for yourself.
AT END OF THE SEMESTER: The CE office sends the high school a grade report at the end of each semester and the high school records that grade on your high school transcript.
Class schedule is typically available around the beginning of April for Fall Semester and the first of November for Spring semester