Director: Guillermo Caldera
Associate Director: TBA
Concurrent Enrollment is a Utah Valley University High School partnership program, where qualified high school students can earn college credit prior to high school graduation.
These classes are taught at the high school campuses during the normal school day. Courses are taught by UVU-approved, high school instructors who meet the same academic requirements for faculty teaching at UVU. Students officially apply to UVU and subsequently register for courses available at their high school campus. Students pay a one-time admission fee and partial tuition based on the amount of registered credit hours. All courses are the same as those taught on the UVU campus including applicable prerequisites, course syllabus, course curriculum, modes of instruction, and assessment. An official high school transcript and a permanent college transcript are generated for all Concurrent Enrollment courses.
A site coordinator is provided at each high school to assist students in course selection and the registration process.
Many courses are delivered by interactive television and internet from UVU classrooms and faculty to high school sites throughout the state. These courses are broadcast during the normal school day. Students officially apply to UVU and register for Live-interactive courses available at their high school campus. Students pay a one-time admission fee, lab and textbook fees,and partial tuition based on the amount of registered credit hours.. Students are held to the same standards of achievement as those expected of students in UVU campus sections. An official high school transcript and a permanent college transcript are generated for all Live-interactive courses.