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Once you know what program you would like to enroll in, the first step is to apply to the college.
Once you know what course you would like to enroll in, the next step is to register and pay online.
If you aren't yet sure what program or course is right for you, head over to our programs and courses area and explore our offerings, or see an academic advisor to discuss your options.
The Concurrent Enrollment Program is for those 16 or older who wish to take courses from the college while still enrolled in high school or an approved home school program. Students must be high school seniors or, if in an approved home school program, provide documentation of the completion of junior-level work. High school juniors may be eligible for participation provided they are 16 years of age and have completed all high school coursework in a particular field with a 2.50 cumulative grade-point average and a 3.00 in the field in question.
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Credit courses and programs prepare students for transfer to four-year institutions or for entry directly into the workforce. Credit students are able to earn degrees and certificates in traditional and cutting-edge disciplines such as nursing, teacher education, business, criminal justice, information security, and more than 60 other areas.
If you are interested in learning a new skill or trade, gaining entry level skills, or exploring a new hobby or interest, then noncredit courses, also known as Workforce Development and Continuing Education courses, are for you! Noncredit courses cover a wide range of topics designed to meet the needs of our diverse community. These courses are not designed to count towards a college degree, but instead to count towards your success in your career and in life. Whatever your interest or desire there is a noncredit course or program for you!
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