Concurrent Enrollment

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

 

Concurrent enrollment allows outstanding juniors and seniors in high school to take college courses at Cameron University while still in high school.

 

AM I QUALIFIED FOR CONCURRENT ADMISSION TO CAMERON?

  • SENIORS:  ACT composite score of 20 or higher (SAT score of 940)

-OR-

3.0 GPA AND rank in the 50% of high school graduating class

  • JUNIORS:  ACT composite score of 23 or higher (SAT score of 1050)

-OR-

3.5 GPA

 

HOW DO I GET STARTED AS A CONCURRENT STUDENT?

Students meeting the above admission requirements must submit the following documentation:

  1. Application for admission and $15 application fee
  2. Official high school transcript and ACT/SAT scores
  3. High School Verification Form

 

ARE THERE ANY SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES?

Concurrently enrolled SENIORS in Oklahoma may receive a tuition waiver scholarship for up to six credit hours of college course work per semester while concurrently enrolled.

Concurrently enrolled JUNIORS in Oklahoma who achieve a minimum ACT composite score of 26 (SAT score of 1170) AND have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher may receive a tuition waiver scholarship for up to six credit hours of tuition per semester while concurrently enrolled.  To continue to receive the waiver in subsequent semesters, students must maintain a 3.0 college GPA.

Students receiving a tuition waiver are responsible for all other costs including mandatory fees, books, parking permit, student ID, and any other associated expenses.  Students receiving a tuition waiver and taking courses in excess of six credit hours will be responsible for the full cost of the courses taken over six credit hours.

For more information, visit http://cameron.edu/admissions/concurrent.

 

 

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