Concurrent Enrollment

Welcome to the College Credit in High School (CCHS) program at Pine Technical and Community College!

What is Concurrent Enrollment? 

Concurrent Enrollment Programs and partnerships provide high school students the opportunity to take college credit-bearing courses. Students registered for a Concurrent Enrollment course are able to take college level courses taught by their own high school teachers without having to leave their high school. Students receive a high school and a college grade for their Concurrent Enrollment course.  

There are many benefits to students taking advantage of Concurrent Enrollment options while in high school: 

  • Get a jump start on a degree at PTCC or transfer the credit to another college.
  • Explore future careers, and in some cases, earn industry-recognized certifications and credentials.
  • Receive “dual credit” to apply toward both their high school diploma and their future college degree.
  • Opportunity to earn a certificate, diploma, or degree from PTCC before they graduate from high school.
  • Experience the rigor of college curriculum at no cost to students and their families.
  • Have a smoother transition when entering college or the workforce after high school graduation.

 

Concurrent Enrollment Resources for: 

 

Questions? Contact us!

Kierstan Peck
Director of Student Success
Kierstan.Peck@pine.edu
320-629-5180
Jodie Klinkhammer
K-12 Partnerships Coordinator
Jodie.Klinkhammer@pine.edu
320-629-5117