About Concurrent Enrollment
- Concurrent Enrollment is when you take college courses while you are still in high school and receive college credit for successfully completed work. Credits are recorded on your permanent college transcript. You can also check with your high school counselor to see if the units will be counted toward your high school graduation requirements.
- Concurrent Enrollment Brochure
- High school students who plan to attend a four-year college or university may gain a competitive advantage over their peers during the admissions process if they have completed college courses while still in high school. Saddleback College offers numerous course options to help college-bound students get a running-start to their post-secondary education.
- Guide for Students and Parents