High School Concurrent Enrollment and Distance Education courses are a great opportunity for many students. However, please remember that all courses completed are placed on a permanent college transcript and should not be taken lightly.
- All high school seniors and juniors are eligible to take concurrent enrollment classes. If you are a sophomore, you must meet the requirements and fill out a sophomore by exception application which can be found at http://www.uvu.edu/concurrent/docs/concurrentexception1617.pdf
- Associates Degree: For any student interested in obtaining an associates degree from UVU, you must meet with a UVU Concurrent Enrollment Advisor. To make an appointment with an advisor please visit the UVU Concurrent Enrollment Advising webpage: http://www.uvu.edu/concurrent/advisement.html
Concurrent Enrollment UVU
A Utah Valley University-High School partnership program, where qualified students can earn college credit. College classes are taught at the high school by UVU-approved, high school instructors using college curriculum.
Distance Education UVU
Live Interactive Courses high school students can take. Classes are taught on the UVU campus by UVU professors and broadcast to participating high schools in real time.