Concurrent/Dual Enrollment for High School Students
Qualified students in grades 9-12 can take college courses while still in high school in one of three ways:
1. At your high school
Select courses are now available through live video with a qualified ASU instructor! Connect with an ASU instructor and students from other local schools to earn dual credit.
Adams State University Extended Studies offers a wide variety of online courses that will allow you to earn dual credit:
3. On the ASU Campus
Come to the Adams State University campus to take a course:
To participate in concurrent/dual enrollment, students must be currently enrolled in high school (public, private, or home-school) and meet all of the following requirements in order to be considered:
- 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average;
- ACT reading core of 18 or higher;
- ACT English score of 19 or higher; or SAT Verbal score of 470 or higher; and
- ACT Math score of 19 or higher; or SAT Math score of 470 or higher.
- Permission of high school counselor/official.
- Students who have not yet taken the ACT or SAT can take the English Placement or Math Placement exam. Talk to your high school counselor for more information.
- Students who complete 15 or more credits as a high school student can earn a $1,000 scholarship to Adams State University as a first time student.
- Tuition for concurrent/dual enrollment courses TBA for fall 2016. Plus a $53.40 technology fee for video or online courses. Some online courses have additional fees. Your school district may pay tuition for these courses.
Some school districts can partner with ASU Extended Studies to offer University level courses utilizing qualified high school faculty. School districts interested in this option should contact ASU Extended Studies.