FAQs

Concurrent Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions

I'm still in high school. Can I earn college credit now?
Yes. Whether you want to jump-start your college career or you're looking for a way to enhance your high school or personal achievements, high school students may attend ACC. High school students who successfully pass ACC courses (with C or better) can use the ACC coursework for both high school and college credit. Discuss concurrent enrollment options with your high school counselor and visit ACC's Student Recruitment and Outreach.

How can I sign up for Concurrent Enrollment?

  • Apply for admissions
  • Submit ACT/SAT scores or take the accuplacer test
  • Meet with a Recruitment Specialist to discuss scores and register for courses
    • If you are under 17, you must petition for Underage Admissions through Student Recruitment and Outreach
  • If you are seeking high school credit, complete the Concurrent Enrollment form

 

I'm still in high school and have completed everything, why can't I register for courses through myACC?
High school students must meet with a Recruitment Specialist for advising of courses and registration.

I'm only taking one course at ACC and the rest of my courses are at my high school. What services are available to me?
You are still considered an ACC college student, therefore, all of our Student Services and Resources are available to you, at no cost at all.

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