Concurrent/Dual Enrollment (CEPA) at Rifle
Start taking college course now at your school including Rifle, Coal Ridge and Grand Valley High Schools
Colorado Mountain College (CMC) partners with school districts within each region to provide opportunities for students to accelerate their education and earn college credit while still in high school. Find out more about how qualified high school students can “jump start” their college degree program or their career before graduation and without leaving their high schools and communities.
Parents and Students
Congratulations on your decision to begin your college courses while still in high school. You have the opportunity to complete college courses, get high school credit and save lots of money toward a college degree or career training. If this is the right fit for you, we will be excited to have you join our team and prepare for your future.
How do I become a Dual Enrollment (CEPA) student?
- Meet with your high school counselor to determine if this is a good fit for you.
- Provide college ready test results – either through ACT or Accuplacer testing (see passing scores below).
- Complete the CEPA Enrollment Form and Credit & Non-Credit Class Registration Add/Drop Form with any payment for tuition or fees (if required).
- Return your paperwork to your counselor. He/She will pass it to the CMC Advisor after your courses have been approved. (It is possible to register online following your first semester; however, you must discuss the courses with your high school counselor before beginning the course in order to receive dual credit.)
- The advisor will register you into your courses and send information for books, how to access Canvas, etc.
- Order textbooks prior to the start of class, if required.
- Work hard the entire semester to achieve the highest grade possible on your college work.
Required placement score minimums (All students)
|English/Verbal||18||440||95||For Academic Courses, except math|
|Math||23||460||85*||For Any Math Course|
|Reading/Verbal||17||430||80||For Academic Courses, except math|
Every course has different requirements, or prerequisites. Ask your college advisor for requirements of the course you want to take or consult the CMC College Catalog.
Forms and ResourcesDownload the CMC Admissions Application Download the CEPA Enrollment Form
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