Concurrent Enrollment

Fall 2017 Concurrent Enrollment Next Steps

Please complete the following checklist by May 1, 2017. Please direct questions to the college representative listed below.

Concurrent Enrollment Next Steps Presentation - Fall 2017

Concurrent Enrollment classes taught at Mead High School – Fall 2017

  • Aims Community College
  • CRJ 110 – Intro to Criminal Justice (3 credits)
  • CRJ 125 – Policing Systems (3 credits)
  • Front Range Community College
  • ASL 121 – American Sign Language 1 (5 credits)
  • COM 115 – Public Speaking (3 credits)
  • Complete Your College Application for Admission - Students must apply for admission to the college.  Yes, the classes are taught at Mead HS, but they are offered by Front Range CC or Aims CC.   You will need to complete an application for admission to FRCC or Aims CC in order to get college and high school credit.  Deadline: May 1


  • AIMS CC ONLY – After you’ve submitted your online application for admission, you’re done.  Aims CC will register you for your classes.
  • FRCC ONLY - Sign up for the College Opportunity Fund - The College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend pays $75/credit hour directly to the institution at which you are enrolled.  You only need to apply once, and you can apply through the FRCC application. When you complete the stipend application you create an account with 145 available undergraduate hours. You can receive stipend funding for these hours at any participating college in the state of Colorado if you meet the eligibility requirements.  You should use your social security number to apply, however if you apply without using your Social Security Number you must notify the college so your account can be manually linked to the college.  If you do not sign up, you are responsible to pay the college for $75/credit hour the COF usually covers.  The District does not pay for COF.
  • FRCC ONLY - Register for your Course(s) at Front Range Community College  - Yes, you’re taking college classes at Mead HS, but you also need to register for your college classes through the college they are being offered from. Once you’ve applied for admission, you will receive information on how to setup your eWolf (FRCC) account. After setting up one of these accounts, you will then need to register for your classes through the college. You will use your eWolf account to register for the college classes you plan to take at Mead HS.
  • FRCC Class Registration (eWolf) steps
  • Payment - The District will pre-pay your tuition minus Colorado Opportunity Fund (FRCC only) up to two courses per semester. The District is not responsible for payment of any additional fees other than tuition.  The student is responsible for all additional fees (textbooks, etc.) and must be paid directly to the college. Any student receiving a D or F, withdrawals after the drop date, or an Incomplete, will be held responsible (along with parent/guardian) for payment of tuition.


Front Range Community CollegeAims Community CollegeMead High School
Jaime BertrandPhong TramAnthony Elliott