Currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SSC is accepting emails as well as signatures for approvals for concurrent enrollment paperwork. 

 

Students/parents are responsible for the payment of fees, books and required supplies. SSC waives the tuition costs of up to 18 credit hours for concurrent high school seniors and up to 9 credit hours for juniors. The tuition waiver for juniors is subject to state funding and may be stopped accordingly.

 

 

1. Student must complete an  Online Application for Admission to SSC.

 

2. Student must submit a Concurrent Enrollment form signed by the high school principal or counselor, parent/legal guardian, and the student.

 

3. Student must submit an official high school transcript (with high school GPA calculated by high school) and ACT (or SAT) scores.

 

 

Forms can be obtained either from the Registrar's office or you may download them below.  If parents want access to billing information, please complete the FERPA form.

 

Concurrent Enrollment formFERPA form

 

To download forms, you must have ™Adobe Acrobat Reader to display and print the forms, if you do not have acrobat reader download a free copy here, ™Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 

 

 

 

 

ELIGIBILITY & POLICY INFORMATION

 

TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT, A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR* MUST:

 

1. Have taken the ACT and scored a minimum composite of 19 OR 900 on the SAT OR have a high school GPA OF 3.0.

 

2.  At minimum, concurrent students shall demonstrate college readiness in a particular subject area to be eligible to enroll in a college-level course in the corresponding subject area. A high school student not demonstrating college readiness in science reasoning, mathematics or English will not be permitted enrollment in the corresponding college subject area. A student who is unable to demonstrate college readiness in reading 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 developmental education, including any configuration in which developmental education is embedded within a credit-bearing course

 

A concurrent student will be eligible to enroll based on the criteria detailed in the chart below.

 

Curricular Area ACT Pre-ACT (10th Grade) Residual ACT1 SAT2 PSAT 10 or PSAT/NMSQT2 Other

English

(meet one of the requisite English measures)

19 English 19 English 19 English 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing Satisfy an English assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

Math

(meet one of the requisite math measures)

19 Math 19 Math 19 Math 510 Math 510 Math Satisfy a math assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

Reading

(meet one of the requisite reading measures)

19 Reading 19 Reading 19 Reading 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing Satisfy a reading assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

Science

(meet one of the requisite science measures)

19 Science 19 Science 19 Science

N/A

(there is no SAT science section)

N/A

(there is no PSAT science section)

Satisfy an assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

 1Only one residual ACT per year (from Nov. 1 to Oct. 31) is valid for admission and course placement.

 2This score is valid on SATs, PSAT 10s, and PSAT/NMSQTs administered on or after March 5, 2016. It is subject to change.

Have a minimum sub-score of 19 on the ACT (or equivalent SAT) before being allowed to enroll in a college level course in the sub-score subject area. For example:

    19 in the English ACT sub-score to enroll in English courses;

    19 in the Math ACT sub-score to enroll in math courses;

    19 in the Science ACT sub-score to enroll in science courses; and

    19 in the Reading sub-score are to enroll in other college courses

     

3. Be eligible to satisfy requirements for graduation from high school (including curricular requirements for college admission) no later than the spring of the senior year, as stated by the high school principal or counselor.

 

4. Have a combined high school and college course load of no more than the equivalent of 19 semester credit hours in a regular semester (1/2 high school unit equals 3 college semester credit hours).

 

5. Have the signed approval form, recommendation of the high school counselor, and the signed permission of the parent/legal guardian (see form above).

 

 

TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT, A HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR * MUST:

 

1. Have taken the American College Test (ACT) and scored a minimum composite of 19 OR 900 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) OR have a high school GPA of 3.0.

 

2.  At minimum, concurrent students shall demonstrate college readiness in a particular subject area to be eligible to enroll in a college-level course in the corresponding subject area. A high school student not demonstrating college readiness in science reasoning, mathematics or English will not be permitted enrollment in the corresponding college subject area. A student who is unable to demonstrate college readiness in reading 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 developmental education, including any configuration in which developmental education is embedded within a credit-bearing course

 

A concurrent student will be eligible to enroll based on the criteria detailed in the chart below.

 

Curricular Area ACT Pre-ACT (10th Grade) Residual ACT1 SAT2 PSAT 10 or PSAT/NMSQT2 Other

English

(meet one of the requisite English measures)

19 English 19 English 19 English 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing Satisfy an English assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

Math

(meet one of the requisite math measures)

19 Math 19 Math 19 Math 510 Math 510 Math Satisfy a math assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

Reading

(meet one of the requisite reading measures)

19 Reading 19 Reading 19 Reading 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing 510 Evidence Based - Reading and Writing Satisfy a reading assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

Science

(meet one of the requisite science measures)

19 Science 19 Science 19 Science

N/A

(there is no SAT science section)

N/A

(there is no PSAT science section)

Satisfy an assessment and course placement measure that is in accordance with the institution's State Regents'-approved assessment plan

 1Only one residual ACT per year (from Nov. 1 to Oct. 31) is valid for admission and course placement.

 2This score is valid on SATs, PSAT 10s, and PSAT/NMSQTs administered on or after March 5, 2016. It is subject to change.

Have a minimum subscore of 19 on the ACT (or equivalent SAT) before being allowed to enroll in a college level course in the subscore subject area. For example:

    19 in the English ACT subscore to enroll in English courses;

    19 in the Math ACT subscore to enroll in math courses;

    19 in the Science ACT subscore to enroll in science courses; and

    19 in the Reading subscore are to enroll in other college courses

     

3. Be eligible to satisfy requirements for graduation from high school (including curricular requirements for college admission) no later than the spring of the senior year, as stated by the high school principal or counselor.

 

4. Have a combined high school and college course load of no more than the equivalent of 19 semester credit hours in a regular semester (1/2 high school unit equals 3 college semester credit hours).

 

5. Have the signed approval form, recommendation of the high school counselor, and the signed permission of the parent/legal guardian.

 

 

HOME SCHOOL CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT ELIGIBILITY:

 

A student receiving home-school instruction is considered a senior at 17 years of age or older and a junior at 16 years of age. Their eligibility criteria are based only on ACT (or SAT) scores.

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

For continued enrollment at SSC as a high school student, a minimum of 2.0 college GPA must be maintained. Every student should stay aware that collegiate level classes taken and grades received as a high school concurrent student are part of the calculation to determine your financial aid status and eligibility. If a student receives a failing grade or withdraws from classes, he or she potentially becomes ineligible for financial aid when starting college. Should students have struggles arise while enrolled in classes, they should reach out to instructors immediately. Students will receive an email at the end of each semester detailing financial aid’s requirements and his or her financial aid status.

 

For specific information, or assistance in concurrent enrollment contact one of the following:

Financial Aid finaid@sscok.edu 405-382-9247

Admissions admissions@sscok.edu 405-382-9230

Advising advising@sscok.edu 405-382-9797

Recruitment Specialist Britney Honsinger b.honsinger@sscok.edu 405-382-9751.

 

 

Payment plans can be set up for payment of concurrent class charges.  Please contact SSC Cashier's Office for more information  at 405-382-9238.

 

Before coming to SSC to enroll in classes, use the following Checklist to ensure you have everything you need

 

Upon high school graduation, if you wish to continue your studies at SSC, you MUST complete a new SSC Admission Application online !

 

04/20/2020