Concurrent Enrollment (CE) is a program for college-bound students seeking degrees and certificates or students who simply want to earn college credit while still in high school. CE enables high school-aged students to take college classes at PPCC and earn high school and/or college credit. Students have the opportunity to enroll in any courses for which they meet the prerequisites. In general, high schools will not pay for developmental courses.
To participate in CE, students must obtain permission from a parent or guardian, high school counselor and/or district administrator and must apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF). Some school districts have a cooperative agreement with PPCC and may reimburse the tuition, fees and books for qualifying courses. Contact your high school counselor for more specific information. Home-schooled students are also welcome to participate. Contact the High School Programs Office at 719-502-3111 for more information.