C.R.S. Section 22-35-113
Concurrent enrollment

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By July 1, 2020, the department of education and the department of higher education, with advice from the state board, shall make available to the public a concurrent enrollment website to provide information to students, parents, and legal guardians concerning concurrent enrollment options and requirements. The departments must ensure that the website is clear, easy to navigate, and generally user-friendly. In addition, the website must at a minimum:


Clearly explain, differentiate, compare, and contrast concurrent enrollment; dual enrollment programs; early college; the ASCENT program; the TREP program; p-tech high schools, as defined in section 22-35.3-102; international baccalaureate programs; and advanced placement courses;


Explain and differentiate the challenges, benefits, and costs of participating in the programs listed in subsection (1)(a) of this section;


Provide information concerning concurrent enrollment in course work related to apprenticeship programs or internship programs, including the postsecondary credit available for completing the course work;


Provide information concerning the eligibility requirements and the general procedure to apply to participate in concurrent enrollment and, where available, links to information on local education provider websites concerning participation in concurrent enrollment;


Provide information concerning concurrently enrolling in postsecondary courses as online or blended learning courses, including the postsecondary courses available through the statewide supplemental online and blended learning program described in section 22-5-119;


Provide information concerning the payment of the costs of concurrent enrollment, including tuition, which is not chargeable to the student or the student’s parent or legal guardian, fees and books, which may be chargeable to the student or the student’s parent or legal guardian, and transportation;


Explain the transferability of postsecondary credits earned through concurrent enrollment, including any limits on transferring the credits;


Provide information concerning the costs of enrolling in postsecondary education, including career and technical education courses and certificate programs, following high school graduation;


Provide a link to information provided by the Colorado workforce development council concerning apprenticeship programs, internship programs, and the annual Colorado talent report produced pursuant to section 24-46.3-103; and


Provide a link to information concerning average wages for graduates from different programs at different institutions of higher education.

Source: Section 22-35-113 — Concurrent enrollment - website, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-22.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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