Concurrent Enrollment (CE) refers to college-credit bearing courses taught to high school students by college-approved
high school teachers at the high school campus. Concurrent Enrollment is different than College Now! (courses which are held at the Allan Hancock College Campus or online after high school hours).
If interested in the College Now! courses click on this link College Now!
The Concurrent Enrollment Plan will support the overall Allan Hancock College (AHC)
mission of providing quality educational opportunities that enhance student learning
and the creative, intellectual, cultural and economic vitality of our diverse community.
View Concurrent Enrollment Classes 2018-2019
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Concurrent enrollment is open to students in grades 11 and 12 enrolling in a maximum of 6 units each semester,
and to students below grade 11 if approved by appeal.
All interested students will be required to submit:
A Concurrent Enrollment / College Now Appeal Form may be submitted for:
- Students requesting to enroll in more than 6 units (this includes units approved via
the College Now! program)
- Students below grade 11, requesting to enroll in courses other than PROD 301
- Continuing Students who have not maintained a 2.00 AHC grade point average
Concurrent Enrollment students shall:
- Be subject to all of the College Now! eligibility standards, which are stated with the Concurrent Enrollment Petition for
- Meet any college prerequisites for the college course.
Students will be assessed using the same methods (e.g., papers, portfolios, quizzes,
labs, etc.) as students in on-campus sections.
APPLYING TO THE PROGRAM
Contact your high school counselor for forms and dates. Request a copy of your high
school transcript from your school counselor. As part of the college experience, once
the paperwork is complete and verified by an AHC Admissions and Records representative,
most students will register themselves, online, and should do so before the first
date of the AHC class.
ENGLISH and MATH PLACEMENT
Multiple Measures are used as an alternative to START testing and as a comprehensive review of Math
and English skill levels based on high school courses completed, grades received and
other educational experiences. It is a California Initiative aimed to increase a student’s
opportunity to take college level English and math early in their college career.
The enrollment fee is waived for most high school students taking a concurrent enrollment
course. However, students may be required to pay for books and/or the Student Health
Fee. (Verify expenses with your high school counselor).
Concurrent Enrollment/College Now Appeal (pdf)
Concurrent Enrollment Petition for Enrollment (pdf)
Privacy Information for Parents (pdf)
Student Authorization to Release Information (pdf)
An updated version of the Student/Parent Handbook will be posted soon.
805.922.6966 ext 3354
Thomas J. Lamica
Project Director, K-12 Partnerships, CWE,
Career Development, Concurrent Enrollment
Career Job/Placement Center Building A, Room A-207 email@example.com
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