Concurrent High School Program
Students who are still in high school may apply to earn college credit by attending Tech during summer sessions or on a part-time basis during the regular academic year, concurrent with enrollment in high school.
- Complete eighth grade at a public high school or accredited nonpublic secondary school
- Minimum subcomposite ACT score of 19 or equivalent test score in reading. Math,
English and science classes require an additional minimum subcomposite ACT
score of 19 or equivalent test score in the respective subject area.
- Cumulative high school GPA of 2.0 or greater on a 4.0 scale.
- A student MOU, signed by your legal guardian and secondary school official, must be on file with our office.
* High school students are not eligible to enroll in developmental courses in reading, mathematics and English. Concurrent students must reapply when changing admission status, for example, from concurrent to entering freshmen. High school students, who are taking concurrent courses without any additional high school coursework, may enroll in a maximum of 15 hours of concurrent courses per term. High school students, who are taking high school coursework in addition to concurrent coursework, may enroll in a maximum of 12 hours of concurrent courses per term.
Please note: You must apply online for the High School Concurrent Program. Choose the High School Concurrent application. If you have questions, please contact our Associate Director for Concurrent Enrollment, Jessica Brock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a high school senior applying for undergraduate admission, please complete the Undergraduate Freshmen Application for Admission.