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Concurrent enrollment is a special designation within UCCS' Non-Degree Seeking admission policy.
A Non-Degree Seeking student is an Office of Admissions classification for a student that is not enrolled in a UCCS degree program and catalog year. Students admitted with this designation are admitted on a special set of criteria different from our standard admission policies. Below are ways for a student to concurrently enroll with UCCS:
High School Concurrent Enrollment
High school students, often in the junior or senior year, will enroll concurrently at UCCS and take college classes while completing their high school coursework. Participating school districts will have individualized rules and policies for how this is implemented for students in that district. Apply with this application.
Ascent Concurrent Enrollment
High school students who have completed all graduation requirements but are remaining with their high school for a 5th year. These students will complete and submit the State of Colorado Ascent paperwork and UCCS non-degree application for special enrollment. Call UCCS Extended Studies at 719-255-3498 for more information.
UCCS has partnered with a number of Colorado school districts to provide college-level coursework in specific high school classes. Learn more by going to our CU Succeed information. Learn more here.
Colorado Community College Dual Enrollment
UCCS has specific programs with Colorado Community Colleges for dual enrollment/concurrent enrollment for RN-to-BSN Nursing programing. Learn more here.
UCCS/PPCC Engineering Concurrent Enrollment
UCCS and Pikes Peak Community College have a special partnership specifically for concurrent enrollment for Engineering majors. Learn more here or by contacting UCCS Extended Studies at 719-255-3498.