Concurrent enrollment offers exciting opportunities for students to work on their Associate in Science degree and their bachelor's degree at the same time. It puts students on a quicker and more cost-effective pathway to achieving their educational goals.
What is concurrent enrollment?
Students attend Southern Union and a 4-year institution simultaneously.
What are the benefits of participating in concurrent enrollment?
Students earn college credits at the community college and university levels concurrently.
Students save time and money as they are more likely to complete their bachelor's degree within four years.
Students qualify for automatic admission to a 4-year university.
Students are eligible to apply for scholarships specifically for concurrent enrollment participants.
Most of the concurrent enrollment agreements allow for Southern Union's tuition and fees to be charged for all courses for which students register during the semesters of concurrent enrollment which means huge savings to the students.
The available degree pathways are outlined on the following concurrent enrollment pages for each of the 4-year institutions in which Southern Union has a concurrent enrollment agreement.
Each of the agreements between Southern Union and the universities is unique and program-specific.
For additional information, contact Tyler Laye, Director of Academic Programs, at email@example.com.