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If you’re a high school student interested in concurrent enrollment at SWOSU, you will need to meet admission requirements and complete the application. Here are the easy steps to follow and the requirements you need to meet to enroll.
|Step 1||Complete the Undergraduate Application for Admission|
Complete and return the Concurrent Enrollment Signature Form and obtain required signatures.
Send this completed form along with your ACT scores and transcripts to the appropriate campus:
Admissions & Recruitment Office
100 Campus Dr
Weatherford, OK 73096
409 E. Mississippi Ave
Sayre, OK 73662
|Step 3||Be sure to provide SWOSU with an official high school transcript.|
|Step 4||Be sure to provide SWOSU with ACT or SAT scores and score updates.|
All concurrent students must obtain a 19 ACT subject score (or SAT equivalent) in English, mathematics, and/or science reasoning to enroll in coursework in the respective subject area. You must score at least a 19 in reading to enroll in any collegiate course outside the subject of mathematics. (SAT Reading/Writing must be at least 480. SAT Math must be at least 530.)
Your first semester of enrollment can be the summer before your junior year.
(Only high school seniors are eligible for the concurrent tuition waiver.)
- Option 1: Minimum of 20 ACT or 1020 SAT
- Option 2: 3.0 minimum GPA and class rank in the top 50%
You must demonstrate college readiness in a particular subject area to be eligible to enroll in a college-level course in the corresponding subject area. If you can’t demonstrate college readiness in science reasoning, mathematics, or English, you will not be permitted enrollment in the corresponding college subject area. If you are unable to demonstrate college readiness in reading, you will not be permitted enrollment in any other collegiate course (outside the subjects of science, mathematics, and English). Concurrent enrollment students are prohibited from enrolling in any form of a developmental education course that is embedded within a credit bearing course.
College readiness is demonstrated by
- Attaining the requisite subject score on an acceptable ACT exam;
- Attaining the requisite subject score on an acceptable SAT exam; or
- Satisfying an entry-level assessment and course-placement measure that is in accordance with the institution’s State Regents’ approved assessment plan.
Tuition Waivers for High School Seniors
In March of 2006 the State Regents approved a permanent policy for the tuition scholarship for concurrently enrolled high school seniors. It defines a “high school senior” as a student who has completed their junior year but has not yet graduated. Theoretically, a student could use the wavier for a total of 18 hours of college credit during the summer before their senior year along with the fall and spring semester of their senior year. Once a total of 18 hours is reached, in any combination during the three senior semesters, the waiver is complete. There are no family income limits or restrictions to qualify for the waiver. The waiver does not cover other mandatory fees (activity fees, facility fees, library fees, technology fees, etc.) or the cost of books.
There are no family income limits or restrictions to qualify for the waiver. The waiver does not cover other mandatory fees (activity fees, facility fees, library fees, technology fees, etc.) or the cost of books.
Concurrent students must obtain a 19 ACT subject score in English, mathematics, and/or science reasoning to enroll in coursework in the respective subject area. You must score at least a 19 in reading to enroll in any other collegiate course outside the subjects of English, mathematics, and science.
Concurrently enrolled students are limited in the number of college credit hours they are allowed to enroll in per semester. A high school student may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses per semester not to exceed 19 semester credit hours. For the purposes of calculating course load, one-half high school unit shall be equivalent to three semester credit hours of college work. Non-academic high school units are excluded from the workload calculation. Concurrent students may enroll in a maximum of 9 semester hours during any summer term.
Each semester’s maximum course load can be determined according to the following formula.
? Number of high school credit courses this semester
x3 (multiply by 3) 19
= Total high school course load (subtract from 19 hours) - ?
Maximum College Semester Hours Allowed =
You are enrolled in 5 high school classes for the semester. 5 x 3 = 15; 19 - 15 =
Your maximum college course load is 4 semester hours.
"Continuing" Concurrent Students
High school students concurrently enrolled in college courses may continue concurrent enrollment in subsequent semesters if they achieve a college cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above on a 4.0 scale.
If you are currently enrolled as a concurrent student at SWOSU and wish to continue your concurrent enrollment for the next semester you must submit a new Concurrent Enrollment Signature Form. It is necessary to verify your new high school semester schedule and receive permission from parents/guardians for you to enroll. You should also submit a new transcript and update ACT/SAT tests scores. You are not required to submit a new Application for Admission.
If you are applying for an initial enrollment in a summer term you are required to submit the documents listed below. The Concurrent Enrollment Signature Form is required, with the exception of the high school schedule.
All concurrent questions should be directed to the:
Admissions & Recruitment Office