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Concurrent Enrollment

What is Concurrent Enrollment?
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Spring 2021 Semester:
Art 1010
PSY 1010
Spring Semester 2021 Registration for Dugway students starts on November 18th, 2020.
Click on the Snow College logo above for more information. 
Steps to enroll in Concurrent classes:
1.  Apply to Snow College here
2. Click on Concurrent Enrollment
3.  Set up a Badger Account
4.  Pay admissions fee
5.  Register for a course at Dugway High School
 (either Art 1010-401 or Psy1010-400)
6.  Pay for course
7.  Make sure you sign the parent permission form online
8.  Pay for any books (check with Mrs. Roquemore to see if any used ones are available in the library)
9.  Meet with Mrs. Ernst to adjust your Dugway School schedule
Once a student completes admissions and pays the one-time admission fee ($30), they will receive a college identification number. It is the responsibility of the student to then register for the individual classes they will be taking. Tuition for concurrent enrollment is $5.00 per credit.  Most CE classes are 3 credit hours. Students will need to pay for any books/supplies required for the class as well.  
Important CE Information
  • Concurrent Enrollment classes are college classes. The grade a student receives in concurrent enrollment will become part of their official college transcript. 
  • A student will receive a grade only at the end of the semester and it will be worth 1 full high school credit. For example, if a student receives a B in their concurrent enrollment class, it is equivalent to receiving 4 B's in a high school class for GPA computation.
  • Concurrent Enrollment is open to high school juniors and seniors with a minimum of a “B” grade point average and/or an ACT composite score of 22 or higher. 
  • Concurrent enrollment classes at Dugway are broadcasts originating at another location. Students are responsible for using the equipment and participating even when their instructor is off-site.
  • If a student receives a D or F in concurrent enrollment, they are no longer eligible to take future CE classes. In addition, students must pass (with a C) 66% of their college classes to be eligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA) - this includes Pell Grants and Federal Student Loans.
  •  Students who are on an IEP or 504 plan, must make arrangements through the college disability center for any accommodations needed.
  • It is the responsibility of the student to know due dates, the syllabus, and communicate with the instructor if there are any questions or concerns about the class.  Students may also contact Mrs. Ernst and Mrs. Roquemore.   
  • Withdrawal from a CE class after the registration deadline will result in a 'W' on a student's college transcript. Students who drop college classes must meet with Mrs. Ernst.