High School Concurrent Enrollment
Before applying, talk to your parent or guardian and your high school counselor about your interest in the High School Concurrent program. When you are ready, be sure to follow the specific application process outlined by your school district as well as the following steps:
In order to enroll in Summer Session classes, students must get written approval from a parent or guardian and a high school official. To apply for Summer Session, fill out High School Concurrent application and a memorandum of understanding.
The priority deadline to submit summer application materials is March 1.
- Complete the online High School Concurrent application (application materials available on March 13, 2017)
- When starting the online High School Concurrent application, be sure to select:
- “Undergraduate” for Career
- “Non-Degree UGRD Fall 2017” for Program
- “High School Student Fall 2017” for Field of Study
- Complete the Enrollment Memorandum of Understanding
- Public school students applying for financial assistance must complete additional paperwork provided by their individual school district. Financial assistance application deadlines will by district. Please contact your high school counselor for additional information.
The deadline to submit the online application and the Enrollment Memorandum of Understanding is August 1, 2017.
After your completed application is processed, you will receive an invitation to enroll from CU-Boulder. The invitation will include all the information you need to enroll in courses via MyCUInfo, CU’s online student portal.
You can search course listings online prior to enrolling.
Some courses at CU, including mathematics, engineering, language and all graduate-level courses, may be restricted and will require either proof of completed prerequisites or departmental permission to enroll. Please contact email@example.com with any questions you have about the course you intend to take.
High School Concurrent Enrollment in Summer Classes
High school students may enroll in summer courses, however, district-sponsored tuition assistance is only available during the fall and spring semesters. Participation requires written permission from both a parent/guardian and a high school counselor/principal (home school students require parent permission only).
MyCUInfo and IdentiKey
MyCUInfo is the online campus portal and an important tool. It gives you access to credit course enrollment, your CU student email account, campus announcements, semester schedule, tuition bill, book lists, clicker registration, posted assignments, your final grades, and more.
You’ll need an Identikey, or a unique username, to log in to and access MyCUInfo. An Identikey allows you to register for CU courses and provides you with access to online services and campus computing facilities. Use your student identification number to activate your IdentiKey at cuidm.colorado.edu.
If you have questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-5148.