Concurrent Enrollment at CMC Salida

What is Concurrent Enrollment?

  • Concurrent Enrollment Programs Act (CEPA) is a program by the state of Colorado that allows high school students to take credit bearing college classes that also satisfy high school graduation requirements.
  • Courses usually consist of general education, transferable courses.
  • Earning college credit while in high school helps students:
    • Get ahead towards completing a 2-year or 4-year college degree, saving money and time
    • Gain the training and/or industry certificate needed for a future career
    • Build confidence and develop essential academic and career skills
  • Concurrent Enrollment courses become part of a student's permanent college transcript. It is important to do well in these courses.

For more information visit Colorado Department of Education - Concurrent Enrollment

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