Concurrent EnrollmentStudents may take college classes during their junior and senior years of high school. Each high school senior who meets the eligibility requirements shall be entitled to receive a tuition waiver equivalent to the amount of resident tuition for a maximum of six (6) credit hours per semester but must pay for their own fees and books. To enroll, students need to choose the local college they want to attend, meet the GPA/ACT requirements, obtain the required form from their counselor, and return the form to the college.The concurrent enrollment will not be shown on the students schedule at the high school until the student brings their counselor a receipt from the college showing the classes they are enrolled in and that they have paid their fees. Students college courses will be transcribed on their college and high school transcript.If you are a junior or senior in high school, you may enroll in college courses if you meet the admission requirements and other conditions listed below.
Concurrent Enrollment Standards
High School Seniors
Oklahoma State University – Score a 24 ACT or 1090 SAT OR have a 3.0 GPA AND rank in the top 33 percent of your class.
University of Oklahoma – Score a 24 ACT or 1090 SAT AND have a 3.0 GPA or rank in the top 50 percent of your class OR have a 3.0 GPA AND rank in the top 30 percent of your class.
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma – Score a 24 ACT or 1090 SAT OR have a 3.0 GPA AND rank in the top 33 percent of your class.
All Other Regional Universities – Score a 20 ACT or 940 SAT OR have a 3.0 GPA AND rank in the top 50 percent of your class.
Community Colleges – Score a 19 ACT or 900 SAT OR have a 3.0 GPA.
High School Juniors
Research Universities (OSU and OU) – Score a 25 ACT or 1130 SAT OR have a 3.5 GPA.
Regional Universities – Score a 23 ACT or 1050 SAT OR have a 3.5 GPA.
Community Colleges – Score a 21 ACT or 980 SAT OR have a 3.5 GPA.
All concurrent students must have a signed statement from their high school principal stating that they are eligible to satisfy requirements for graduation from high school (including curricular requirements for college admission) no later than the spring of their senior year and must also provide a letter of recommendation from their school counselor and written permission from a parent or legal guardian. A high school student may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses per semester not to exceed a full-time college workload of 19 semester credit hours. For purposes of calculating workload, one-half high school unit shall be equivalent to three semester credit hours of college work.
Concurrent students who are receiving instruction at home or from an unaccredited high school must be 17 years of age and meet the requirements for high school seniors above or be 16 years of age and meet the requirements for high school juniors above.
Additionally, high school students who want to enroll in college-level courses must earn a score of 19 or higher on the ACT subject test for the area(s) in which they want to enroll. Subject tests include English, reading, mathematics and science reasoning. An ACT subject score of 19 in reading is required for enrollment in any subject area other than English, mathematics and science reasoning. Institutional secondary testing may not be used for placement.
Also, concurrent students may not enroll in remedial (zero-level) coursework offered by colleges and universities and designed to remove high school deficiencies.