Required Concurrent Enrollment (for High School Students)
Concurrent enrollment is offered to exceptional high school students who have completed at least their sophomore year of high school. Students may begin their college education as non-degree students as early as the summer session between their sophomore and junior years in high school. Eligibility for enrollment requires that the student submit a completed Application for Concurrent/Dual Enrollment and nonrefundable application fee. The Associate Dean, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management will review applicants on an individual basis.
Students are required to submit the following:
- Evidence of US Citizenship, a current Permanent Resident Card or a current 1-551 card from the Department of Immigration and Naturalization Services.
- Evidence of all immunizations and/or health information required by the College.
- Completed Consent to Release form allowing Cabarrus College to perform a sanctioned background check and pay applicable fee.
- Official high school transcript showing completion of sophomore year of high school, and a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
- Recommendation for enrollment by the high school principal or counselor.
Students may choose to enroll in any general education course with approval from the Chair of General Education. To continue enrollment, students must attain a minimum grade of "B" in each course and must be re-approved by a high school official and Cabarrus College of Health Sciences’ Associate Dean, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management each semester.