Concurrent Courses updated September 2021

UA Little Rock is proud to partner with local high schools to help students earn college credit. This is a great way to get an early start on your college education!

Concurrent Enrollment Program

The UA Little Rock Concurrent Enrollment Program is a nationally accredited program and provides the opportunity for high school students to earn college and high school credit simultaneously.

Through the CE Program, qualified students in participating high schools earn college credit while in their supportive high school environment. Students take UA Little Rock courses that count for both high school and university credits.

Sometimes called “dual credit,” “dual enrollment,” or “college in the high school,” concurrent enrollment partnerships differ from other models of dual enrollment, because high school instructors teach the college courses.

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.

Students enrolled at partnering high schools may be eligible if they meet the academic requirements for admission to UA Little Rock. If selected, the 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.