Concurrent Enrollment FAQ

Concurrent Enrollment of High School Students

* Concurrent Student Enrollment is designed to prepare high school students for the collegiate experience, Concurrent Students must submit national ACT scores for admission.

 

I am a high school senior:

 

A twelfth grade student enrolled in an accredited high school may be admitted to CASC concurrently if he/she:

 

  • Has participated in a national ACT;
  • Has achieved a composite national ACT test score of at least 19 or a high school GPA of 3.0; Is eligible for spring graduation from high school including curricular requirements for college admission;
  • Has submitted the Application for Concurrent Enrollment, permissions form, high school schedule, official high school transcript, immunization compliance form, copy of their social security card and driver’s license, and petition for overload.

 

1.)  Application for Admission for Concurrent Enrollment

 

To apply you can visit the Concurrent Enrollment Application page.

 

2.)  Getting Started

 

Interested in taking classes concurrently at CASC? High school juniors and seniors can take classes at CASC for college credit while receiving dual credit at their high school! This is a great way for high school students to get a jump start on college. The process generally is this:

 

  • Complete the Application for Admission for Concurrent Enrollment.

 

  • Submit national ACT scores, high school schedule, petition for overload, immunization compliance form, permissions form, high school schedule, official high school transcript, copy of their social security card and driver’s license.

 

  • Wait for a letter!

 

  • Enroll for classes!

 

  • Students must establish their VikeConnect account and obtain Username & Password to access BLACKBOARD & student email. Students can view their course schedule and final grades on-line through their VikeConnect account. Grades are not postal mailed. To set up your VikeConnect account, first, know your CASC issued ID number and then, go to carlalbert.edu and click on VIKECONNECT- Reset Password. Follow pop-up instructions for Username. Questions? Call Admissions 918-647-1300

 

3.) What else?

Now that you have been admitted and enrolled, what else?

 

  • Fill out for a parking decal in the Business Office located in Hemphill Hall.

 

  • Buy your textbooks.

 

  • The Learning Resource Center is available to students. It has an English and Writing Lab, Math Tutoring, and Supplemental instruction resources. Located in the Ollie Center Room 1318.

 

  • Getting my CASC ID. Visit the Enrollment Center located in Hemphill Hall.

 

4.) Tuition & Fees

 

High school seniors who are residents of Oklahoma and are U.S. citizens are eligible for a concurrent tuition waiver. The waiver is applied to general tuition for up to 6 (six) credit hours per semester for high school seniors. Students will still be responsible for fees, books, and other education expenses associated with the application and enrollment.

 

  • Students are responsible for the remaining balance of their bill. Student accounts balance must be paid to re-enroll.

 

  • Seniors taking more than 6 credit hours will be responsible for the tuition and fees associated with the credit hours beyond the initial 6 credit hour concurrent waiver.

 

  • Visit our Cost of Attendance Estimator webpage for more information on tuition and fees.

 

5.) Getting my transcript

 

We hope that you join us at CASC as a first time freshman once you graduate from high school. However, there may be a variety of reasons you need your CASC transcript.

 

  • How to Request a Transcript– Transcripts can be obtained in one of three ways: online through VikeConnect, fax or email, or in person.

 

  • All indebtedness to CASC must be paid before an official transcript will be issued.

 

6.) Who should I contact?

 

For questions regarding admissions to the Concurrent Enrollment program contact The Office of Admissions at 918-647-1300

 

 

7.) Frequently Asked Questions

 

  • Q: How many credit hours can I take concurrently?

 

A: Concurrent students generally take between 1 and 9 credit hours as determined by their high school counselor. Your high school counselor/principal will determine the amount of hours you can take through the Permission form/Petition for Overload. The State Regents limits students to 19 credit hours per semester combined between their high school and CASC enrollment. CASC considers each class taken at the high school as 3 credit hours. This means that if you wanted to take 6 hours at CASC (generally 2 classes) you could take no more than 4 classes at the high school.

 

  • Q: The tuition waiver is for up to 6 credit hours, what if I want to take 7 or more?

 

A: There are several reasons a student may take 7 hours of class. Usually students taking 7 hours will be taking a 4 credit hour class such as: a lab science. The tuition waiver is applied to the first 6 hours of class. This means that students are responsible for both the tuition and fees for the 7th hour. Tuition is approximately $105 per credit hour. Fees total approximately $35 per credit hour. See the “Tuition & Fees” section above for more details.

 

  • Q: If I come up to CASC, can I get admitted and enrolled on the same day?

 

A: YES!

 

  • Q: Do I need to apply for concurrent enrollment every semester that I am in high school?

 

A: Yes. Returning students must submit for each term of enrollment: Permissions For for Returning Concurrent Enrollment Students, course schedule for term of concurrent enrollment, petition for overload, and have a 2.00 college GPA and a zero account balance.

 

  • Q: What is VikeConnect?

 

A: VikeConnect is your online portal for all things CASC. It’s not only where you enroll in class but also check your CASC email, request transcripts, check CASC grades, access online portions of class… and more!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am a high school junior:

 

An eleventh grade student enrolled in an accredited high school may be admitted to CASC concurrently if he/she:

 

  • Has participated in the national ACT
  • Has achieved a composite national ACT test score of at least 21 or a high school GPA of 3.5
  • Has submitted the Application for Concurrent Enrollment, permissions form, high school schedule, official high school transcript, immunization compliance form, copy of their social security card and driver’s license, and petition for overload.

1.)  Application for Admission for Concurrent Enrollment

 

To apply you can visit the Concurrent Enrollment Application page.

 

2.)  Getting Started

 

Interested in taking classes concurrently at CASC? High school juniors and seniors can take classes at CASC for college credit while receiving dual credit at their high school! This is a great way for high school students to get a jump start on college. The process generally is this:

 

  • Complete the Application for Admission for Concurrent Enrollment.

 

  • Submit national ACT scores, high school schedule, petition for overload, immunization compliance form, permissions form, high school schedule, official high school transcript, copy of their social security card and driver’s license.

 

  • Wait for a letter!

 

  • Enroll for classes!

 

  • Students must establish their VikeConnect account and obtain Username & Password to access BLACKBOARD & student email. Students can view their course schedule and final grades on-line through their VikeConnect account. Grades are not postal mailed. To set up your VikeConnect account, first, know your CASC issued ID number and then, go to www.carlalbert.edu and click on VIKECONNECT- Reset Password. Follow pop-up instructions for Username. Questions? Call Admissions 918-647-1300

 

3.) What else?

Now that you have been admitted and enrolled, what else?

 

  • Fill out for a parking decal in the Business Office located in Hemphill Hall.

 

  • Buy your textbooks.

 

  • The Learning Resource Center is available to students. It has an English and Writing Lab, Math Tutoring, and Supplemental instruction resources. Located in the Ollie Center Room 1318.

 

  • Getting my CASC ID. Visit the Enrollment Center located in Hemphill Hall.

 

4.) Tuition & Fees

 

High school juniors who are residents of Oklahoma and are U.S. citizens are eligible for a concurrent tuition waiver. The waiver is applied to general tuition for up to 6 (six) credit hours per semester for high school seniors. Students will still be responsible for fees, books, and other education expenses associated with the application and enrollment.

 

  • Students are responsible for the remaining balance of their bill. Student accounts balance must be paid to re-enroll.

 

  • Seniors taking more than 6 credit hours will be responsible for the tuition and fees associated with the credit hours beyond the initial 6 credit hour concurrent waiver.

 

  • Visit our Cost of Attendance Estimator webpage for more information on tuition and fees.

5.) Getting my transcript

 

We hope that you join us at CASC as a first time freshman once you graduate from high school. However, there may be a variety of reasons you need your CASC transcript.

 

  • How to Request a Transcript– Transcripts can be obtained in one of three ways: online through VikeConnect, fax or email, or in person.

 

  • All indebtedness to CASC must be paid before an official transcript will be issued.

 

6.) Who should I contact?

 

For questions regarding admissions to the Concurrent Enrollment program contact The Office of Admissions at 918-647-1300

 

 

7.) Frequently Asked Questions

 

  • Q: How many credit hours can I take concurrently?

 

A: Concurrent students generally take between 1 and 9 credit hours as determined by their high school counselor. Your high school counselor/principal will determine the amount of hours you can take through the Permission form/Petition for Overload. The State Regents limits students to 19 credit hours per semester combined between their high school and CASC enrollment. CASC considers each class taken at the high school as 3 credit hours. This means that if you wanted to take 6 hours at CASC (generally 2 classes) you could take no more than 4 classes at the high school.

 

  • Q: The tuition waiver is for up to 6 credit hours, what if I want to take 7 or more?

 

A: There are several reasons a student may take 7 hours of class. Usually students taking 7 hours will be taking a 4 credit hour class such as: a lab science. The tuition waiver is applied to the first 6 hours of class. This means that students are responsible for both the tuition and fees for the 7th hour. Tuition is approximately $105 per credit hour. Fees total approximately $35 per credit hour. See the “Tuition & Fees” section above for more details.

 

  • Q: If I come up to CASC, can I get admitted and enrolled on the same day?

 

A: YES!

 

  • Q: Do I need to apply for concurrent enrollment every semester that I am in high school?

 

A: Yes. Returning students must submit for each term of enrollment: Permissions For for Returning Concurrent Enrollment Students, course schedule for term of concurrent enrollment, petition for overload, and have a 2.00 college GPA and a zero account balance.

 

  • Q: What is VikeConnect?

 

A: VikeConnect is your online portal for all things CASC. It’s not only where you enroll in class but also check your CASC email, request transcripts, check CASC grades, access online portions of class… and more!

 

 

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