Cameron University encourages high school student participation in concurrent enrollment program

Cameron University encourages high school student participation in concurrent enrollment program
Cameron University (CU) recently highlighted its concurrent enrollment program, which allows high school students to take up to six hours of classes per semester through tuition waiver scholarships, encouraging high school students to sign up for the spring 2017 semester.
 
The concurrent enrollment program is open to high school seniors with an ACT composite score -- or a similar SAT score -- of 20 or higher, or a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students must also be in the top half of their class.
 
“Concurrent enrollment is an excellent opportunity for high school students who want to get an early start on their college career," Cameron Enrollment Management and Student Success Vice President Jon Horinek said. "We believe that ‘Graduation Starts Today’ from the minute a Cameron student takes his or her first class toward a degree. High school students who participate in concurrent enrollment can accelerate their college degree and truly start on the path toward graduation.”
 
Students accepted into the program can take classes CU’s main Lawton campus, at CU-Duncan or online. While the tuition waiver scholarships cover tuition costs, students must cover other costs such as fees, books, parking permits and student IDs.

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