Concurrent Enrollement

Concurrent Enrollment 

Concurrent Enrollment (CE) provides prepared high school students with a challenging and rigorous college-level experience in their last two years of high school.  The program allows students to become better prepared for the world of work or to complete selected college courses corresponding to the first year of coursework at a Utah public college or university.  Students enroll in college classes at their high school taught by high school teachers who meet adjunct qualifications at the sponsoring university.  Students earn both credit at high school and also credit on a college transcript.  All concurrent courses lead to a university degree, either fulfilling general education requirements or designated elective requirements in specific areas of study.  

Currently, Davis School District partners with the following higher education institutions to provide CE opportunities for our students:

Davis School District Concurrent Enrollment


See Christy Perkins, CTE Coordinator if the following applies to you.

Set Yourself Up for SUCCESS

  • A 3.0 cumulative GPA is recommended for all General Education courses.
  • A 2.0 cumulative GPA with a 3.0 GPA in the content area is recommended for all non-general ed CTE courses.

WSU General Studies Overview for Concurrent Enrollment Students

WSU Concurrent Enrollment:  Your Guide to Success with General Education Courses



Did you know?

We have our very own Weber State Representative that comes to Woods Cross High School every TUESDAY. Make an appointment to make sure that you are taking the correct courses to count toward your University Transcripts.

Not planning on attending WSU? Ashley will still meet with you and help you with the whole process.

Ashley Stewart
Academic Advisor
Dual Enrollment


Additional Resources:

Certificate of Completion

AP vs. CE: What's the Difference?

Davis School District Concurrent Enrollment Page

How to Earn College Credit in High School

How do my credits transfer?