BYU-I Concurrent Enrollment2019-01-02T08:58:26+00:00

BYU-Idaho Concurrent Enrollment

Earn BYU-Idaho College Credit While in High School

BYU-Idaho has opened all its courses to qualified high school students. Local high school students can attend campus classes. Non-local high school students can enroll in online classes.

 Is the BYU-Idaho Concurrent Enrollment Program Right for You?

Junior or Senior

You must be in your junior or senior year of high school and at least 16 years old to be eligible for BYU-Idaho Concurrent Enrollment.

Academically Ready

While good grades in concurrent enrollment can help with college admissions, bad grades can hurt! Be sure you’re ready for the rigors of concurrent enrollment courses.

How Much Does It Cost?

If you take any courses on campus, you are considered a campus student. If you take all your course online, you are considered an online student. On-campus student’s cost per credit hour is $65 and online student’s cost per credit hour is $30.

*** Students will be responsible for initial payment.  All students will be required to bring in a receipt of payment to the counseling office and Mrs. Saunders will help them set up an Advanced Opportunity Account and request funding for reimbursement***

How You Can Apply Today

To fill out the application, visit apply.lds.org.

You will also need:

  • $35 application fee
  • Submit ACT/SAT Score(s)
  • High school/home school transcript

APPLICATION PROCESSING TIME: 1 WEEK.

  • Concurrent enrollment students need to be in their junior or senior year of high school and at least 16 years old.
  • Concurrent enrollment students are limited to six credit hours per semester.
  • BYU-Idaho Student Housing is not available to concurrent enrollment students.
  • Submit ACT or SAT score(s). For more information on how we use ACT and SAT scores, please see our Academic Transitions webpage.

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT COURSES:

All BYU-Idaho classes are available to concurrent enrollment students as long as the appropriate prerequisite requirements are met. Students are responsible for working with their high school counselor to ensure that the BYU-Idaho courses they select also meet high school credit requirements for graduation.

ONLINE

View byui.edu/online for detailed information on each course.

Frequently Asked Questions:

HOW WILL MY BYU-IDAHO CREDITS TRANSFER TO OTHER SCHOOLS?

Transfer of credit is determined by the school receiving the credit. We encourage you to contact the registrar’s office of the school(s) you’re interested in attending to find out how they handle transfer work from BYU-Idaho.

I HAVE CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT CREDIT FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL. WILL BYU-IDAHO ACCEPT IT?

You can view BYU-Idaho’s transfer credit matrix. You may also want to refer to the course catalog to review BYU-Idaho’s graduation requirements.

IS THERE A GPA REQUIREMENT TO ENROLL IN CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT?

There is no specific GPA requirement, but you should counsel with your parents and your high school counselor to make sure that you are ready to take college-level classes.

CAN I TAKE CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT CLASSES DURING SPRING SEMESTER WHEN MY HIGH SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION?

Yes, but check with your high school counselor to ensure credits will count towards high school graduation.

ARE CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT CLASSES RUN ON A SEMESTER SCHEDULE OR CAN I DO IT AT MY OWN PACE?

Concurrent enrollment courses run on BYU-Idaho’s semester schedule. Deadlines, participation in scheduled chats, and other time-sensitive requirements are part of all BYU-Idaho courses.

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