Concurrent Enrollment (CE) classes are college level classes offered to high school students for both high school and college credit. College credits are recorded on a permanent college record and transcript; high school credits are recorded on the high school transcript. Courses taught at the high school are the same courses taught at the college site. Instructor qualifications, syllabi, assignments, textbooks, exams and grading requirements are equivalent. CE classes taught at Bingham are from Salt Lake Community College and Weber State University.
If you have questions about Concurrent Enrollment, please contact Pepper Poulsen
Students wanting to take Concurrent Enrollment classes will first need to register with the college.
The Certificate of Completion in General Education is official proof that a student has completed the general education requirements of an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree. Once awarded, it will appear on your transcript and is considered part of your permanent record. Many of the concurrent enrollment classes are actually taught at Bingham High School. However, there will be some concurrent on campus classes that students will need to travel to SLCC campus. This is a great opportunity for high school students to take college classes at a cheaper price ($5 per credit hour).
To begin this process, students will first need to meet with an Academic Advisor at SLCC. Click HERE to find out more information..
Please refer to the checklist below, or visit the concurrent on campus enrollment page at SLCC for more information HERE.
Several CE classes require a qualifying score that demonstrates proficiency in math or reading. Students can use their ACT scores or take an Accuplacer test at SLCC. Please contact the Testing Services to schedule an Accuplacer Test www.slcc.edu/testing/locations-and-hours.aspx
For concurrent enrollment students who plan on transferring to Salt Lake Community College after graduation, you will need to update your status. Please follow the instructions below: