Thank you for your interest in Concurrent Enrollment!
Juniors – Class rank in the upper one-third of their class or a score at or above the 70th percentile on a nationally standardized, norm-referenced test.
Seniors – Class rank in the upper one-half of their class or a score at or above the 50th percentile on a nationally standardized, norm-referenced test.
Juniors and Seniors – Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above OR indicate college readiness by achieving college level Accuplacer scores in the area of reading and sentence skills.
PSEO concurrent enrollment exceptions: A high school that wishes to have a college or university offer a PSEO concurrent enrollment course to its students, but cannot generate sufficient enrollment to offer that course only to 11th and 12th grade students who meet the eligibility requirements may:
- Request approval for an exception from the college president or university to allow 9th and 10th grade students who rank in the upper one-tenth of their class or attain a score at or above the 90th percentile on a nationally standardized, norm-referenced test, or have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Students will register for a Concurrent Enrollment class during their class time at the high school.
Note: Anoka Tech students are expected to adhere to the policies and guidelines set forth in the Student Handbook. The student handbook covers important policies such as academic integrity, prerequisites, data privacy, support services available, and much more.
Students taking Concurrent Enrollment courses should be aware that technical education courses differ from general education courses. Technical education courses are typically specific to that institution and it is up to the receiving institution to decide if the credit will be accepted. Students wondering about transferability should check Transferology. Transferology allows students to check if there are course transfer agreements set up between colleges.
Welcome to Anoka Technical College’s Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP)! You are in integral part of our learning community, and we are excited for you to join our program and look forward to a strong partnership that is mutually beneficial.
In order to teach in the Concurrent Enrollment Program, a high school instructor must complete an application and be approved by the college. CEP instructors must meet the college minimum credentials for faculty members. Credentials needed to teach courses in the Minnesota State system are determined at the system level. All high school instructors teaching CE courses with Anoka Tech must meet the credentials for their field. After receiving credentialing approval, high school instructors will be assigned a faculty liaison at the college, and attend a mandatory New CE Instructor Orientation to complete an onboarding process. Please review the Staff Handbook for additional information.
CEP Staff Handbook
The Concurrent Enrollment Program Staff Handbook serves as a guide for all high school instructors, high school staff, faculty liaisons, and college staff to ensure all parties know the roles and responsibilities expected of them. Anoka Tech processes must adhere to the policies and procedures set forth by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (Minnesota State), Minnesota legislation, and the National Alliance for Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). Therefore, Anoka Tech’s partner high schools must abide by these policies as well. Anoka Technical College expects the requirements set forth in this handbook be followed in order to remain in compliance. Along with this handbook, you are encouraged to review other resources that are available to you: NACEP and Minnesota Department of Education.