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Students will need to submit an online application if they haven’t already, there is a one-time $20 application fee at the time of enrollment in courses.  

High School Juniors and Seniors qualify for concurrent by

  1. Earning an ACT composite of 19 or higher

  2. OR having a high school grade point average of 3.0

  3. Additionally, students must have earned an ACT subscore of 19 in the curricular area in which they wish to enroll or take appropriate Accuplacer tests and score high enough to place into college level courses.

To better serve our concurrent students we will change our normal processes to help with social distancing while continuing to meet requirements for documentation.

1) The student should write out his/her request on a piece of paper and include the following:

  • Student Name
  • Semester of Enrollment
  • Courses to be enrolled
  • Student signature
  • Parent signature

2) Take a picture/scan your request and email to your counselor.

3) The high school counselor will then forward the student's email with this additional information from their official school email account.

  • Grade Level
  • Graduation Year
  • Semester of Enrollment
  • High School GPA
  • Copy of ACT scores
  • Copy of HS transcript

We will be accepting the student requests in lieu of a verification form.  The request will need to have signatures of both the student and the parent. The request will then need to be sent to your counselor. Your counselor will forward the documentation to or

We will email financial aid to increase or decrease the concurrent waiver amounts as needed.

Summer enrollment starts April 20th.  Fall enrollment starts June 8th.  Please send your request for summer and fall enrollments if you have them.

Western will process summer enrollments starting April 20th and any fall paperwork we have when fall enrollment starts.  Admissions will email the counselor with any issues we have with these requests.

If a student needs Accuplacer testing, they will click this link and request testing.   Summer enrollment needs will take priority over fall.