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Concurrent Enrollment

College Credit Options for Fort Collins High School Students

Concurrent Enrollment: 

Upcoming dates:

Campus Select:

Front Range Community College (High School Select, Campus Select & Career Pathways)

Concurrent Enrollment PowerPoint

  1. Front Range Community College: College Now: Career Pathways, High School Select, Campus Select, ASCENT
  2. AIMS Community College: High School Programs
  3. CU Succeed: Students can earn credits through approved classes offered in high school and deemed equivalent in content and academics standards to courses taught on the CU Denver campus.
  4. CSU Ready: CSU Ready is the only formal concurrently enrollment offering for student wishing to take CSU courses as part of their high school curriculum. 
  5. AP Exams: Successful score on AP Exam (varies by College)

College Opportunity Fund:

Students are asked to complete the College Opportunity Fund Application. If they opt out of completing this application, student are responsible to pay this portion of their tuition.  Website: https://cof.college-assist.org/

Individual Career & Academic Plan:

ICAP is a multi-year process that intentionally guides students and families in the exploration of career, academic and postsecondary opportunities. With the support of adults, students develop the awareness, knowledge, attitudes, and skills to create their own meaningful and powerful pathways to be career and college ready.

Every student will work towards completion of goals as they complete their coursework to earn their high school diploma.

Concurrent Enrollment students are asked to complete the ICAP checklist to ensure the classes they are taking are align with their post-secondary workforce readiness (PWR) goals. The tasks on the checklist need to be completed on Naviance and reviewed with their counselor.

ICAP Checklist: ICAP Checklist for Concurrent Enrollment

Colorado Career Cluster Model

Front Range Community College: College Now

The College Now Department at FRCC is proud to offer concurrent enrollment opportunities to Poudre School District high school students.  Concurrent enrollment allows students to earn both high school and college credit for FRCC courses, at no tuition cost to the student.  All courses are college-level and students are expected to meet college-level expectations and course prerequisites.  Students may be responsible for the cost of textbooks, fees, and/or course materials. 

FRCC College Now allows students to experience college courses that fall in line with their Individual Career and Academic Plans (ICAPs) while still in high school.  Whether exploring career and technical fields or taking general education or transfer courses, FRCC College Now can help you get a jump start on your future!

Many FRCC courses are guaranteed to transfer to all public institutions of higher learning in Colorado.  Visit www.frontrange.edu/guaranteedtransfer for more info about the Colorado guaranteed transfer program.  All FRCC courses can apply toward FRCC certificate and degree programs.  Visit www.frontrange.edu/Academics/College-Catalog/ for more info on certificates and degrees.

Interested?!  Talk to your high school counselor today for more information about the application and enrollment process.

FRCC College Now: Career Pathways

Program Overview: Career Pathways

Available Programs:

Program Details: FRCC Pathway Guide Information

Career Pathways Application

FRCC College Now: High School Select

Program Overview: High School Select

Potential classes at FCHS for 2016-2017 academic year may include

FCHS Course Number

FRCC Course Prefix/#

Course Name

Department

Course Description - see Curriculum Guide

1831CEFRCC

ACC 101

Fundamentals of Accounting

Business

Page 42

1767CEFRCC CWB130

Web Design 2

Business

Page 43

2221CEFRS1

CAD 101

Computer Aided Drafting 1 Tech Ed Page 95

2221CEFRS2

CAD 255 Solidworks Tech Ed Page 95

2210CEFRCC

EGT 101 Technical Drafting 1 Tech Ed Page 95

9325CEFRCC

ENG 121

English Comp I

English/ Language Arts

Page 59

9330CEFRCC

LIT 115

Intro to Literature I

English/ Language Arts

Page 59

7631CEFRCC

CUA 101

Food Safety & Sanitation

Family & Consumer Science

Page 50

7635CEFRCC

CUA 125

Introduction to Food

Family & Consumer Science

Page 50

High School Select Application

FRCC College Now: Campus Select

Program Overview: Campus Select

Available Classes:

Most students enroll in classes that are not offered at their high school, such as advanced math or foreign language classes, or specialized classes. Students are expected to select classes with their high school counselors, but the College Now department can help provide course information, degree requirements, etc. Class lists are usually available mid-semester the semester prior to starting. Students can choose Campus Select courses from the FRCC catalog.  For a complete list of offerings, visit www.frontrange.edu/Academics/Catalog-and-Course-Schedules/

FRCC College Credit PSD High School Credit
1 credit 1 credit
2 credits 2 credits
3-5 credits 5 credits

Campus Select Application

FRCC CAMPUS SELECT PROGRAMS

Featured program:

HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING

All Academic Campus Select Programs

For additional information on the Concurrent Enrollment program, guidelines for participation and registration information, see your counselor or log onto www.psdschools.org or www.frontrange.edu/collegeno

FRCC College Now: ASCENT

Accelerating Students through Concurrent Enrollment

ASCENT allows students to remain enrolled at their home high school for a fifth year, and take all classes at FRCC.

Program Overview: ASCENT Fact Sheet

AIMS Community College

Program Overview: AIMS

Available Classes:

7583 – Engineering Drafting 1 (Computer Aided Drafting CAD 101)

  • College Credits: 3
  • High School Credits: Fine and Applied Arts, 5 credits
  • Grade Level: 11, 12
  • Pre-requisite: Preferred any engineering class

Focuses on basic computer aided drafting skills using the latest release of CAD software. Includes file management, Cartesian coordinate system, drawing set-ups, drawing aids, layer usage, drawing geometric shapes, editing objects, array, text applications, basic dimensioning, and Help access.

7611– 3D Modeling –Engineering Drafting 2 (Solidworks/Mechanical CAD 255)

  • College Credits: 3
  • High School Credits: Fine and Applied Arts, 5 credits
  • Grade Level: 11, 12
  • Pre-requisite: Engineering Drafting 1 (Computer Aided Drafting 1 CAD 101)

Introduces basic non-parametric 3D concepts to build confidence in 3D thinking and progresses to three-dimensional parameters. The student learns to construct, modify, and manage complex parts in 3D space as well as to produce 2D drawings from the 3D models.

AIMS: Fire Science Technology Program

Program Overview:  Fire Science Program

AIMS: Emergency Medical Services Program

Program Overview: EMS Program

For more information about AIMS, please visit our website at http://www.aims.edu/prospective/concurrent-enrollment/index.ph

AIMS Application:

CU Succeed:

Program Overview: CU Suceed
Available Classes:

  • College Algebra
    • College Credits: 3
    • Tuition: $225
  • College Trigonometry & Analytic Geometry
    • College Credits: 3
    • Tuition: $225
  • Pre-Calculus
    • College Credits: 6 (3 College Algebra & 3 College Trigonometry)
    • Tuition: $450
  • Calculus III
    • College Credits: 4
    • Tuition: $300
  • Classical Humanities
    • College Credits: 3
    • Tuition: $225
  • Students requesting transcript or credit information from the University of Colorado should contact the CU Registrars Office* at (303) 556-6140.

*See your teacher for more information.

For more information about CU Succeed, please visit our website at http://www.ucdenver.edu/cusucceed
 

CSU Ready

At this time, CSU collaborates with the Poudre School District to offer upper division foreign language courses within the Concurrent Enrollment program.

Tuition and Fees:

PSD will cover the current Community College Rate of tuition for up to 2 courses per semester at either FRCC or CSU.  Students will be responsible for the cost of fees, books and any tuition above the Community College Rate of tuition for each course.

  • PSD covers only the cost of approved college level courses.  If a student chooses to take a developmental course, the student must pay for the course.
  • Students will be responsible for transportation to and from their college classes.

Application: not available at this time

For more information about CSU Ready, please visit our website at http://registrar.colostate.edu/concurrent-enrollment-csu-ready

There are a variety of options for Fort Collins High School student to obtain college credit while they are still enrolled at FCHS. This information is also available in Spanish. These include:

Advanced Placement courses– testing spring of each year, scores 3 and above can be accepted by most of the nation’s colleges and universities.

CSU Ready - CSU Ready is the only formal concurrent enrollment offering (for students wishing to take CSU courses as part of their high school curriculum). Students need to complete the (Concurrent Enrollment Agreement and Registration Formto register for these courses.

Students requesting transcript or credit information from Colorado State University should contact the CSU Registrars Office* at (970) 491-7148.