High School Juniors and Seniors
Like Oklahoma University and Oklahoma State University
A student must meet one of the following
|Pre-ACT (10th Grade)||24|
|PSAT 10 OR PSAT/NMSQT||11602|
|GPA and Class Rank||3.0 (unweighted) and top 33.3 percent|
Like Southeastern University, East Central University, Southwestern University-4yr colleges
A student must meet one of the following
|Pre-ACT (10th Grade)||20|
|PSAT 10 OR PSAT/NMSQT||10302|
|GPA and Class Rank||3.0 (unweighted) and top 50 percent|
like Eastern, Carl Albert State College, (2 yr colleges )
A student must meet one of the following
|Pre-ACT (10th Grade)||19|
|PSAT 10 OR PSAT/NMSQT||9902|
|GPA and Class Rank||3.0 (unweighted)|
All concurrent students must have a signed statement from the high school principal or counselor stating that they are eligible to satisfy requirements for graduation from high school (including curricular requirements for college admission) no later than the spring of the senior year and must also provide written permission from a parent or legal guardian. A high school student may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses per semester not to exceed a full-time college workload of 19 semester credit hours. For purposes of calculating workload, one-half high school unit shall be equivalent to three semester credit hours of college work.
Also, concurrent students may not enroll in remedial (zero-level) course work offered by colleges and universities designed to remove high school deficiencies.
STUDENTS THAT ARE TAKING ON LINE COURSES ARE REMINDED THAT CARL ALBERT WILL WAIVE MORE TUTION PER SEMESTER FOR JUNIORS AND THE FEES ARE MUCH LESS . CHECK IT OUT. MR EVERETT AND MR KELLOGG HAVE THE CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT APPLICATION PACKETS .
Nov 5, 2018, 5:19 PM (3 days ago)
In order for any Concurrent student to enroll, they must have a copy of their high school schedule, a copy of their high school transcript (although it usually does not change between the Fall and Spring terms) and a new Concurrent Student Enrollment Form with the signature of one parent and the high school Principal and Counselor. These items are required each semester for all Concurrent students. Please remember that Concurrent students are now required to have a completed Concurrent Overload Request Form on file if they will be in more than 19 hours (combined high school and Eastern courses) each semester.
Also remember that any student that will physically be on (any) campus taking classes must now submit immunization records. If the student is currently concurrent and has already submitted their immunization records, they do not need to submit them again.
Jennifer Labor RegistrarEastern Oklahoma State College Library room 1081301 West Main Wilburton OK 74578918-465-1828 phone918-465-4435
REMINDER: Current Concurrent students who graduate High School in May 2020, can enroll on New Student Enrollment day for both summer and Fall, as they will be considered first time freshman.
Concurrent students are required to complete a Concurrent enrollment packet including the items described above. Please let me know if you have any questions. E-mail is the best way to contact me.
Cherokee Nation College Resource Center918-453-5000 EXT: 5254
PLEASE communicate with the potential students that there are costs involved in concurrent enrollment including the fees and the cost of books. Reminder: We do not accept payments at the McAlester campus. They can pay via WebAdvisor, Phone or by mailing a check to the Wilburton campus.
Please direct all inquiries to Kelly Bogard, the Executive Assistant in the front office, at 918.302.3603, email@example.com. You may also contact the Academic Advisors: Sandra Robertson, 918.465.1751 firstname.lastname@example.org or Tina Ray 918.465.1810, email@example.com.
Have a wonderful day!
Anne Brooks, M.A.
McAlester Campus Dean
Eastern Oklahoma State College
1802 E. College Ave.
McAlester, OK 74501
SEE MR. EVERETT FOR AN ENROLLMENT PACKET. ALL DOCUMENTS ARE ALSO LOCATED ONLINE FOR EASTERN AND OTHER COLLEGES.
Taking credit hour college courses while still in high school has its benefits. Not only do these students sweep past their peers while in college, they can save money as well. High school seniors who meet eligibility are qualified for tuition waivers for up to six hours a semester. This is only a tuition waiver, other fees/books/etc. are not paid by the waivers. MANY OF OUR SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS ARE TAKING CONCURRENT CLASSES.
Concurrent enrollment is offered at local colleges, but some Oklahoma higher education institutions offer these college classes at the high schools themselves. Online concurrent classes are also an option. Classes offered at the McAlester Eastern Campus also include East Central--Southeastern Universities. Applications to those schools will be necessary.
What’s the added bonus? The college classes a junior or senior takes count as high school credit too. Oklahoma law eliminates the need to take a college course that’s similar to the high school course, which may account for an increase in concurrent enrollment. Check with your counselor or principal if you have any questions about concurrent classes that can count for High School classes.
MANY OF OUR STUDENTS ARE TAKING COLLEGE COURSES LIKE ENGLISH COMPOSITON 1 AND ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2 SO THEY WILL NOT HAVE TO TAKE ENGLISH 4 THEIR SENIOR YEAR---SOME ARE TAKING GOVERNMENT AND OTHER BASIC COURSES SUCH AS COLLEGE ALGEBRA. STUDENTS CAN TAKE SOME COLLEGE COURSES ON LINE HERE IN ONE OF OUR CLASSROOMS AS A PORTION OF THEIR SCHEDULE.
The Choctaw Nation will pay $200.00 for one Concurrent class and $400.00 for two Concurrent classes. Contact the Choctaw Nation Making a Difference Program for more information. 580-924-8280 Lori Wells. Check for deadlines.
As part of the State Regents’ Cooperative Alliance Project, some colleges and universities are in partnership with Oklahoma’s career technology centers, allowing high school students to enroll in tech programs and courses. This opportunity is available at the Kiamichi Tech center in McAlester.
Interested Junior or Senior students should visit www.okcollegestart.org for concurrent enrollment standards (click “Prepare for College” then click “Concurrent Enrollment”.
COLLEGES HAVE STANDARDS FOR THOSE WANTING CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT:
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY REQUIRES AN ACT SCORE OF 24 OR HIGHER OR AN SAT SCORE OF 1,090. STUDENTS CAN ENROLL IF THEY HAVE A 3.0 GPA OR RANK IN THE TOP 33 % OF THEIR CLASS.
THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA REQUIRES AN ACT SCORE OF 24 or AN SAT SCORE OF 1,090. STUDENTS MUST ALSO EARN A 3.O GPA AND RANK IN THE TOP 50% OF THEIR CLASS OR HAVE A 3.0 GPA AND RANK IN THE TOP 30% OF THEIR CLASS.
HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS--25 ACT OR 1130 SAT OR 3.50 GPA -- APPLY AT ou.edu/ce CALL 405-325-5050
ALL OTHER REGIONAL UNIVERSITIES (SOUTH EASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY--EAST CENTRAL UNIVERSITY-SOUTH WESTERN UNIVERSITY-NORTH EASTERN UNIVERSITY ETC..)REQUIRE AN ACT SCORE OF 20 OR AN SAT SCORE OF 940 OR STUDENTS MUST HAVE A 3.0 GPA AND RANK IN THE TOP 50 % OF THEIR CLASS. (SOSU, ECU, NSU ETC...)
COMMUNITY COLLEGES,Two year colleges,example,(EASTERN COLLEGE) REQUIRE AN ACT SCORE OF 19, SAT SCORE OF 900 OR A 3.0 GPA. AND A 19 IN THE CONCURRENT SUBJECT TAKING.
ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF 19 IN THE SUBJECT AREA OF THE CLASS THEY PLAN TO TAKE.
OKLAHOMA STATE AND OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY REQUIRE AN ACT SCORE OF 25 ON THE ACT, A 1,120 ON THE SAT OR A 3.5 GPA.
ALL OTHER REGIONAL UNIVERSITITES-SOUTHEASTERN, EAST CENTRAL ETC.. REQUIRE A 23 ON THE ACT, A 1,050 ON THE SAT OR A 3.5 GPA.
COMMUNITY COLLEGES-EASTERN.. REQUIRES A 19 ACT SCORE, A 980 SAT SCORE OR A 3.0 GPA AND A 19 IN THE AREA OF ENROLLEMENT.
For more information , visit www.okhighered.org/concurrent-enrollment
Southeastern Oklahoma State Univeristy:
Concurrent enrollment – High school seniors who have a 20 ACT or have a 3.0 GPA and ranked in the top ½ of their class are eligible to participate in our concurrent courses. Students must have at least a 19 in the subject they plan to take. More importantly, seniors are able to take advantage of free tuition (students pay fees) for up to 6 hours during their senior year. This equates to a LARGE SAVINGS for 6 hours. Students need to make application for admissions and provide a high school transcript, ACT scores, class schedule for the spring semester, and have a permission slip signed by the school and parents. For more information, go to: http://www.se.edu/future-students/admission-requirements/concurrent/
2.Scholarships – Over the past couple of weeks, we have reworked a few of our new freshman scholarship programs. We have done away with the Regents Tuition Waiver Scholarship and the Freshman Alumni Tuition Waiver Scholarship which were both one year awards. In place of these scholarships, we have developed two new scholarships that are 4-year awards and created a new one-year scholarship award. The details are below:
a.Academic Excellence – ACT 24 & above with a 3.5 GPA; award amount $2,000 per year = $8,000
b.Academic Merit – ACT 22 & above with a 3.25 GPA; award amount $1,000 per year = $4,000
c.Academic Achievement – ACT 20 & above with a 3.25 GPA; award amount $1000 for one year
Students must be admitted to the University in order to apply for these scholarships using our General Scholarship Application. The scholarship deadline for these scholarships as well as any Southeastern Foundation scholarships is March 1. http://www.se.edu/future-students/scholarships/
The scholarships associated with the President’s Leadership Class and the Honors Program have not changed. The deadline for these scholarships is January 31.
Kyle J. Stafford
Vice President, University Advancement
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
1405 North Fourth Avenue PMB 4187
Durant, Oklahoma 74701-0609
Phone: (580) 745-3079
Fax: (580) 745-7468