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Concurrent High School Admission - Students may apply to be concurrently enrolled at Wayland following the completion of or the enrollment in two-thirds of the required credits for high school graduation. Students must be at least 16 years old by their first day of concurrent classes.  Applicants must submit:

A completed application for admission
An official high school transcript showing completion of required credits
Official ACT or SAT scores
A completed concurrent enrollment agreement, which can also be obtained from the Office of Admissions. This agreement will require the signatures of the student, parent, high school principal or high school counselor, WBU provost, and the registrar.

Concurrent Registration Form Due Friday, October 30, 2015

Registration for Spring: Tuesday, December 1 - Wednesday, December 2nd.

Costs for concurrent enrollment will include appropriate tuition and all stated
course fees for the classes taken.

Concurrently enrolled students must abide by all university placement policies based
on ACT, SAT , and Accuplacer reading test scores. Enrollment under this option is also
subject to the approval of the instructor.

Students admitted under the concurrent high school admissions category may enroll
in a maximum of eight semester hours in any fall or spring and a maximum of four semester hours in any microterm. Enrollment is restricted to lower-level courses (courses
designated as freshman or sophomore level). At Wayland, these are indicated by a "1"                 or  "2" in the initial digit.

Students receiving a grade of “D” or “F” in a concurrent class will not be allowed to
enroll in a concurrent class the following regular semester. Students desiring to be readmitted into a concurrent class must reapply to the university and supply a letter of appeal to the admission committee. A transcript of college work will not be established until high school graduation is verified by transcript and all university admissions requirements are met.