Students and Parents
For Concurrent Enrollment -
When you choose to take a concurrent enrollment course, you are beginning your college career and should consider these factors:
- The grade you earn in the course will be on your permanent college transcript and will affect your GPA and attempted credits.
- Your future application for financial aid takes several factors into consideration, but your academic standing based on GPA and attempted credits are among them.
- You should expect to work hard at a college-level course.
If you are struggling, you should consider dropping or withdrawing from the class. These are two different procedures. See Dropping or Withdrawing to see how.