What is Concurrent Enrollment
Concurrent enrollment is for current high school students who would like to get a head start on college by earning college credits while still in high school. High school juniors and seniors who meet policy requirements can participate in the program. Completing college coursework while still in high school demonstrates an ability to successfully manage the academic rigor that college demands and can be an advantage in competing for scholarships and admission to four-year universities.
Why Rose State
If you decide to pursue concurrent enrollment, even for just one class, you will find that Rose State College has all the programs in place to support your success. We have small class sizes (average 21 students) for even introductory college classes, so you will feel right at home. No mega class sections like at big universities. Our faculty focus on teaching, not research, and you will find a dedicated and supportive staff. The campus is easily accessible too, right off I-40 at Hudiburg Drive, just a few minute drive from downtown Oklahoma City.
Is There a Cost
Each high school student who meets the eligibility requirements is entitled to a tuition waiver equivolent to the amount of resident tuition for up to six (6) credit hours per semester. Students are responsible for any other related college fees.
Dual enrollment classes are college level classes that provide both high school and college credit. While students earn college credits they also earn high school credits, thereby reducing duplicated classes.
Hear from a concurrent student on her experience at Rose State.