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Counselor Pre-Approval

All courses must be pre-approved by the student’s high school counselor and by College and Career Services to qualify for Concurrent Enrollment, and students will be directed to course opportunities at their home high school first. In all circumstances, only in-person UCCS or PPSC courses will be approved for Concurrent Enrollment. Online courses are approved at MSUD.

Courses that are listed on the state’s GT (guaranteed transfer) list are generally approved for concurrent enrollment as long as they align with a student’s ICAP plan. The courses on this list are subject to change, and courses not listed may transfer to certain institutions. It is important that students research how individual courses may benefit them in their postsecondary endeavors.

Concurrent Enrollment Considerations

  • At the time of your application, you will need to know which, specific course(s) at UCCS, MSUD, or PPSC you intend to take.

  • After the application closes, you will be notified via email as to the status of your application. If you have been accepted into a course or program, it is your responsibility to follow through with applying for the relevant course or program at the college or university.

  • Please note that the grades you earn in your classes will be recorded on both your high school and college transcripts, and that college courses will impact your high school GPA. If you receive a D, F, or W in a college course, you will be responsible for repaying any books, fees, or other non-tuition expenses that the district has covered on your behalf.

Additional Information

UCCS Concurrent Enrollment/Non-Degree Application

Concurrent Enrollment or Dual Enrollment at MSUD

PPSC High School Programs

PPSC Placement Test Preparation Resources

Academy District 20 Administrative Policy IHCDA: Concurrent Enrollment