Hutchinson Community College's Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (CEP) policy is the approved policy of the Kansas Board of Regents.
Concurrent enrollment partnership student means a person who enrolled in classes at a high school at which approved high school teachers teach college credit classes during the normal school day. He/she is also in either of grades 10,11 or 12, or who is gifted and is acceptable or has been accepted for enrollment at an eligible postsecondary education institution.
Concurrently enrolled students must meet institutional enrollment requirements, follow institutional procedures regarding assessment/placement, and satisfy course prerequisites. The CEP policy offers more information about student eligibility.
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