Early Credit

Through UALR’s High School Concurrent Enrollment Program, qualified students in participating high schools earn college credit while attending high school. Students take UALR courses that are taught at the high school campus and count for both high school and university credits.

If you are serious about your education and want to get a head start on your college career, this program may give you the advantage.

Juniors and/or seniors in high school at partnering high schools  may be eligible if academic requirements for admission to UALR are met. If selected,  the CE student will only be awarded a scholarship to cover the majority of the costs per course taken through the CE program. The student is responsible for  a minimal fee per course which is a considerable savings compared with the traditional college tuition and fees.

Your high school concurrent program coordinator or counselor will help you determine if you are eligible for this program. Below is a link to a list of participating high schools, if your high school is not on the list, please talk to your high school counselor about the possibilities of partnering with UALR for your early credit opportunities.