Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment, also referred to as dual credit, is when high school students earn college credit while sitting in their high school class. If you’re a qualified high school student, and you are interested, talk with your guidance counselor today.

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Student Resources

Explore student resources that can greatly help students in their academic pursuits.

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How Do Students Benefit from PNW Concurrent Enrollment?

  • Smooth transition from high school to college
  • Time and money saved
  • Opportunity for a more productive senior year
  • Introduction to college policies and procedures
  • Confidence to succeed in higher education
  • Access to university tutoring, labs and library
  • Generate an official Purdue Northwest college transcript
  • Scholarships available for PNW concurrent enrollment students who attend PNW

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CEP Course Offerings

  • Affordable access to higher education for motivated students
  • Presence of college-going culture
  • Strengthened transition between high school and college
  • Collegiate atmosphere in the high schools
  • Increase of qualified educators receiving ongoing support, professional development, and collegial interaction
  • Collaboration with professionals in same field of study
  • Access to university resources
  • Scholarships available for continuing graduate education at PNW

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NACEP Awards Accreditation to 19 Concurrent Enrollment Programs

The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) Accreditation Commission granted accreditation to 19 concurrent enrollment programs at colleges and universities nationwide.

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Anne Gregory

Anne E. Gregory, Ph.D.

Executive Director

Anne Gregory earned her Ph.D. from Purdue University in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Early Literacy.