About College Courses for High School Students
Concord is here to help you start your journey towards a degree before you earn your high school diploma! Many college students ease their transition to college and achieve their educational goals quicker by taking advantage of college-level courses at a reduced tuition rate while in high school.
Concord University’s classes for high school students are rigorously designed to support student success. All courses are taught by skilled college professors or well-qualified teachers in designated high schools. Courses are offered online, in-person, or during the regular school day at participating locations.
Regardless of how a course is taken, high school students have access to tailored, one-on-one support services, including advising, tutoring, & career exploration, at no additional cost.
Who is eligible?
To enroll, students must meet the following qualifications:
- Be a junior or senior in high school
- Have a 3.0 minimum overall high school GPA
- Written recommendation letter from their high school principal or guidance counselor
- Submit an application and required documentation for enrollment
How much do classes cost?
All classes are offered at $25 per credit hour, or $75 per 3-credit course. Most courses are 3-credit hours. The Provost’s office works directly with students to ensure that any required books and supplies are low or no-cost.
What types of courses are available?
Check out the options below to see which types of courses work best for you: