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PROCEDURES FOR ADMISSION OF HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT STUDENTS

  1. Student must complete an Application for Admission to MSC.
  2. Student must submit a Concurrent Enrollment Form signed by the high school principal, high school 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.
Packet and Required Forms

NOTE:

There is no secondary assessment for students who do not meet ACT (or SAT) criteria.
Also, high school students may not enroll in zero-level courses designed to remove high school curricular deficiencies.


ELIGIBILITY & POLICY INFORMATION

***To be eligible for concurrent enrollment, a high school senior* must meet all the following:


1.  Have participated in the American College Testing (ACT) program and scored a minimum composite of 19 or the equivalent on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or have a high school GPA of 3.0.

2.  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 area 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.

4.  Have a workload 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 of the high school principal, signed recommendation of the high school counselor, and the signed permission of the parent/legal guardian.


***To be eligible for concurrent enrollment, a high school junior* must meet all the following:


1.  Have participated in the American College Testing (ACT) program and scored a minimum composite of 21 or the equivalent on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or have a high school GPA of 3.5.

2.  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 area 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.

4.  Have a workload 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 of the high school principal, signed recommendation of the high school counselor, and the signed permission of the parent/legal guardian.

*Note: 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. High school GPA does not apply.

For further information, telephone the Registrar’s Office at 580-371-2371, ex. 108 or e-mail pward@mscok.edu.
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