College Connection Concurrent Enrollment Program
The College Connection Concurrent Enrollment Program is an enrichment program designed to provide current high school students, who are enrolled in the 9th grade or above, the opportunity to get an "early start" on their college education. Students will receive college credit for all coursework successfully completed while still in high school, and in some courses, you can earn both high school and college credits.
Students interested in concurrent enrollment must complete the Five Steps to Enrollment:
Step 1: Enroll at Skyline College
Enroll at the Skyline College using a California Community Colleges OpenCCC account. OpenCCC is a service of the California Community Colleges Chancellors Office. The information in your account is kept private and secure.
Step 2: See Your High School Counselor
Meet with your high school counselor for course recommendations, to discuss which courses are eligible for credit towards high school graduation, and to receive your counselor’s approval. Most courses are available to high school students. Find a listing of restricted courses here.
Step 3: Take Placement Test (If Required)
Prior to enrolling, you must meet course prerequisite requirements based on placement test scores. Each class has unique course requisites. You can check the WebSchedule for specific course prerequisites (just search for the class you're interested in) and visit the Assessment/Placement webpage to view the testing schedule and schedule an appointment to take a placement test.
Step 4: Submit Course Request Form and High School Transcript
Submit via scanned email, mail, fax or in person the completed and signed College Connection Course Request Form and a copy of your High School Transcript to the Office of Admissions and Records, Student Services Center, Building 2, 2nd Floor.
Phone: (650) 738-4251
Address: Skyline College, Office of Admissions and Records, Bldg. 2-2225, 3300 College Drive, San Bruno, CA 94066
Step 5: Register for Courses on or After Your “Registration Appointment Date”
Once you submit your Course Request Form, you will immediately be issued a detailed registration letter (issued in person if you deliver the request form to the Admissions Office, via email if you scan and email the request form, or via US mail if you mail or fax the form in). The letter will contain your “Registration Appointment Date” and information you will need to successfully register for classes on WebSmart.
Important Spring Registration Dates
- Spring Semester 2015 Registration Appointments will be assigned starting in November 2014
- Classes begin on January 22, 2015