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Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment

Want to try out college before leaving high school? Consider signing up for concurrent enrollment. If you're in 11th or 12th grade and have made good grades throughout school or scored well on the ACT or SAT, you might consider taking credit-earning college courses while still in high school. Visit the Admission Requirements page to learn what it takes to be admitted as a concurrent student. Then visit the Course Placement page to learn what scores are needed to enroll in certain classes.

High school seniors who meet the eligibility requirements are entitled to receive tuition waivers for up to 18 credit hours and high school juniors can receive tuition waivers up to 9 credit hours, subject to available funding.

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Concurrent Enrollment Toolkits

Developed by experienced professionals from high schools and colleges, these resources aim to aid counselors, principals, admission staff, parents, and students in understanding concurrent enrollment and developing effective programs. Please select an option below to access content developed just for you.

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Concurrent Enrollment Navigator

The Oklahoma Concurrent Enrollment Navigator tool is a chart that lists commonly taken college courses along with their corresponding high school unit equivalencies. This guidance was developed through collaboration between the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

Concurrent Navigator


Early College High School Programs

Early College High School (ECHS) programs are partnerships between individual high schools and local colleges and universities to provide the opportunity for high school students to earn a meaningful college credential, such as an associate degree or academic certificate, while completing their high school curriculum.

Not all Oklahoma high schools have ECHS programs and for those that do, programs vary greatly. Admission to ECHS programs depends on the individual program, and typically requires application between the 8th and 10th grade years. Contact your high school counselor or partner institutions to learn more about a specific ECHS program. You may also email Angel Icenhour, Director of Concurrent Enrollment Programs, at for general inquiries about ECHS programs in the state.

Below is a list of current ECHS program partnerships in the state:

Connors State College
Muskogee Public Schools

Murray State College
Ardmore Public Schools
Dickson Public Schools
Fox Public Schools
Kingston Public School
Madill Public Schools
Plainview Public Schools
Sulphur Public School
Tishomingo Public Schools
Wilson Public Schools

Oklahoma City Community College
Capitol Hill High School (OKCPS)
Classen SAS (OKCPS)
Crooked Oak Public Schools
Douglass High School (OKCPS)
John Marshall High School (OKCPS)
Moore Public Schools
Northwest Classen High School (OKCPS)
Santa Fe South Pathways Middle College
Santa Fe South Schools
Southeast High School (OKCPS)
U.S. Grant High School (OKCPS)
Western Heights Public Schools

Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Yukon Public Schools

Tulsa Community College
Broken Arrow Public Schools
Charles Page High School (in Sand Springs)
KIPP Tulsa University Prep High School
McLain High School (TPS)
Memorial High School (TPS)
Union Public Schools

University of Central Oklahoma
Edmond Public Schools


Private Colleges and Universities

Independent or private institutions, which are not state supported and may operate as nonprofits, have different requirements for concurrent enrollment. Check with the institution you want to attend for specific information.

Interested in taking the next step? For more information about concurrent enrollment, contact your high school counselor or email Angel Icenhour, Director of Concurrent Enrollment Programs, at


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