Department Commitments

Approve Applications

Concurrent Enrollment Office submits new teacher applications to your department chair and selected liaison. Please review and make a decision based upon your departmental criteria. It is encouraged to respond is a timely manner. 

Train New Instructors

Approved CE instructors are required to receive discipline-specific training prior to the first day teaching the CE course. This provides UVU faculty the opportunity to meet with the instructor, to review the course syllabus, and to clarify departmental expectations.

Attend Annual Department Meeting 

Concurrent Enrollment hosts a luncheon to collaborate and discuss program updates. Your attendance, as a department representative, is key to making this partnership a success.

Lead Breakout Session at Conference

One of the distinguishing features of our program is the ongoing professional relationship between university faculty and high school instructors. Our annual concurrent enrollment conference supports instructors in improving and expanding connections to their discipline. Each department hosts a session to offer collaboration, innovative concepts, pertinent strategies, resources and assistance.

Update Course Syllabus

Annually each high school course syllabus is reviewed by the department to ensure content continuity with the corresponding UVU syllabus.

Also, once per year the liaisons update the UVU provided
syllabi to be provided on the CE website.  See liaison handbook for more details.

Site Visit / Virtual Visit

Each department liaison is responsible for annual
visits to each high school CE instructor(s) associated with
their department. See handbook for more details.

Department Liaison

Assign a representative who will have the authority and departmental support to serve as liaison for your department with Concurrent Enrollment and partnering school personnel.

University Benefits

Utah Valley University has developed a strategic inclusion plan that provides an inviting, safe, and supportive environment as well as services for people from a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives. The university provides accessible and equitable education opportunities. Concurrent Enrollment embodies this inclusion plan.

  • Opportunity to recruit motivated students
  • Smaller class sizes in entry-level courses
  • Community partnership with local schools
  • Shared educational expertise
  • Early accelerated interventions to reduce college remediation
  • Students more likely to be involved in campus organizations and activities
  • Better prepared students
  • Strategies to increase college completion rates