Dual Enrollment Programs

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    Programs that allow qualifying high school students (generally juniors and seniors) to take more rigorous, college-level courses and, in many cases, earn both high school and postsecondary credit for those they successfully complete. Dual enrollment programs may be offered at a high school or local community college, or taught through distance education; and may include courses with a technical/vocational focus as well as those that are more academic. Dual enrollment options must either be legislated by the state or be established through a written agreement between the high school and the postsecondary institution.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Admissions & Advisement Center / Northeastern Junior CollegeOffers a variety of services for students pursuing further study.Logan CountyNortheastern Junior CollegeNortheastern Junior College
    Concurrent Enrollment - Aims Community CollegeConcurrent Enrollment is a program allowing high school students the opportunity to simultaneously earn credit toward a college degree or certificate. It also counts as credit toward a high school diploma. Our college classes are offered on the college campus, online and at participating high schools. Students must be approved through their high school counselor. Classes are part of the student's permanent college transcript.Weld CountyGreeley - Aims Community CollegeAims Community College
    EGTCProvides funding for qualified high school students to earn transferable college credits and elective high school credits at Emily Griffith Technical College (EGTC). Students could also earn industry recognized certificates and skills for future employment or to make them employable while they are still in high school. Denver CountyEmily Griffith Technical CollegeEmily Griffith Technical College
    High School Diploma and College Credits - Pueblo Community CollegeGateway to College serves students, ages of 17-20, who have dropped out of school and are returning to earn a high school diploma and potentially college credits towards an associates's degree or certificate.Pueblo CountyPueblo Community College's Outreach ResourcesPueblo Community College

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