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Welcome to Concurrent Enrollment 

Concurrent Enrollment in District 11 is a broad term used to describe many distinct programs that offer immediate access to college coursework and college credit at no cost or minimum cost to our students. Students in every school may choose to enroll in various Concurrent Enrollment opportunities offered on our high school campuses through our partner institutions:

Pikes Peak State College (PPSC)

Western Colorado University (WCU)

Colorado State University Pueblo (CSUP)

University Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS)


For more general information about Concurrent Enrollment and updates from the Colorado Department of Education - CDE CE Website

Concurrent Enrollment provides an opportunity for students to challenge themselves during the school year by taking college-level courses at post-secondary state institutions. The school district will pay tuition costs up to the community college rate. 

To be considered eligible for this program, a student must meet the following conditions:  

  1. Meet prerequisites for college-level courses. 
  2. Require no remedial coursework at the college level. 
  3. The course must be directly related to an educational or career decision, and be in line with your plan of study on your ICAP (Individual Career and Academic Plan).

 


Selecting Guaranteed Transfer Courses

Where to begin when choosing Concurrent Enrollment courses, Colorado Department of Higher Education identifies the GT Guaranteed Transfer Pathways General Education Curriculum from Written Communication, Mathematics, Arts & Humanities, and Natural & Physical Sciences.

GT Pathways courses, in which the student earns a C- or higher, will always transfer and apply to GT Pathways requirements in AA, AS, and most bachelor's degrees at every public Colorado college and university. GT Pathways does not apply to some degrees (such as many engineering, computer science, nursing, and others listed here).

You should always seek advising from the appropriate advisor at the college or university you plan to attend to ensure you are selecting the appropriate coursework for your degree and that it will apply to those degree requirements, This checklist and these guidelines can help high school students plan Concurrent Enrollment courses.    Browse All GT Pathways Courses

TYPES OF COURSES

College & Career Counselors

Achieve Online
Kimberly McMillan
kimberly.mcmillan@d11.org

Bijou
Kristyn Gray
kristyn.gray@d11.org 

Go to coronado.d11.org

Coronado HS 
Cody Eden
cody.eden@d11.org

Digital
Rebecca Leslie
rebecca.leslie@d11.org  

Go to doherty.d11.org

Doherty HS 
Andrew Huggins
andrew.huggins@d11.org

Go to mitchell.d11.org

Mitchell HS
Latisha Donaldson
latisha.donaldson@d11.org

Go to palmer.d11.org

Palmer HS
Maria Briones
maria.briones@d11.org

Tesla 
Vicki Glaser
victoria.glasier@d11.org  

Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator
Kristen Miller, (719)-328-2054, kristen.miller@d11.org