High school students take college courses at their high school. There is no tuition cost to students and their families.
Through MSU Denver’s College Credit in High School Program, high school students can earn college credit while still in high school. Students can get a jump start on college, saving families money and students time.
Students may save an average of $1,200 per class compared to traditional MSU Denver tuition and fees, and students can take 3-18 credit hours per semester.
The classes are taught by approved high school teachers or MSU Denver faculty. The program is open to any qualified student and school district in Colorado.
High school students can now take concurrent and dual enrollment classes at MSU Denver for the exact tuition as Colorado community colleges. This change applies to students taking classes online or at MSU Denver. High schools may pay the tuition at this reduced rate, saving families time and money.
Concurrent enrollment is run as a state-funded College Opportunity Fund (COF) eligible program at MSU Denver. Dual enrollment is a cash-funded program.
My concurrent enrollment experience was the best thing I have ever enrolled in during high school. I wouldn't change anything — keep it growing in every high school so they can experience the same thing and have the same opportunity to further their education.
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Denver, CO 80217-3362