Your high school student can earn college credits and fulfill LAU’s graduation requirements simultaneously when they enroll in Concurrent Enrollment (CE) classes at UTU. This program is open to students in grades 10-12. Special consideration will be made for students in grade 9 who did exceptionally well in middle school.
Students interested in participating in the UTU Concurrent Enrollment program should discuss this with their LAU school counselor before enrolling at UTU.
Upon LAU approval, students should work directly with UTU to enroll. Students are required to meet all application and admission guidelines as outlined by LAU and on the UTU website.
Note: There are a limited number of seats available for CE students. Register early, if possible, and add your name to the waitlist if needed.
*Early College is synonymous with “Concurrent Enrollment” or “HSUP Dual Enrollment” at other LAU college partners.
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