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Tompkins Cortland Community College's Concurrent Enrollment program has been working with its partner high schools since 1989 to provide college courses for high school students. Concurrent Enrollment can help students with college admissions, save money or create flexibility in college, and ease the transition from high school to college level expectations by building students' skills and confidence. In the 2017-18 academic year, we helped 4,991 students in 66 partner schools earn over 37,000 college credits.
We are pleased to offer concurrent enrollment courses at no cost to students. In-state tuition for concurrent enrollment coursework is $70 per credit. Students receive a scholarship that covers the in-state (resident) tuition. A Certificate of Residence for each students is required annually to ensure this in-state tuition rate. (Students without an active certificate of residence on file are responsible for the non-resident tuition charge of $70/credit.)
We also make online and campus courses, taught by College faculty, available to juniors and seniors in our partner high schools. Take a look at examples of how online courses are working already, and to learn how your juniors and seniors can take advantage of this opportunity now. Through TC3.Biz, students, families, and educators may take non-credit courses and workshops.
Thank you for participating in Concurrent Enrollment – thanks to you we have a high quality program that provides a valuable service to area high school students.
For more information on Concurrent Enrollment contact Rhonda Kowalski at email@example.com