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High School College Now Concurrent Enrollment

The College Now program provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credits through concurrent enrollment while completing their high school requirements.


College Now students taking an architecture class

Before applying, be sure to check the eligibility requirements.

Step 1 - Apply

  • If you have not previously taken College Now courses while in high school, you will need to apply for admission to JCCC. Select the term you plan to be taking courses (i.e. Summer or Fall term for first semester or Spring term for second semester).
  • You only need to apply once, so if you have already applied or taken College Now courses, skip this section and move to step 2!

Start an Application 


Step 2 - Test (complete placement test only if required)

  • Placement testing/ACT scores are only required for certain College Now courses (e.g. English, math, science, CNA, etc.)
  • If placement test/ACT scores are required, it is noted on the College Now schedule for your high school as a prerequisite.
  • Not sure whether you need ACT scores or a JCCC placement test? Visit with your high school counselor.

Learn more about testing 


Step 3 - Enroll

  • Meet with your high school counselor to discuss your course selections.
  • View your high school's class schedule to get your five-digit CRN.
  • You may enroll online, by phone or in person.
  • View the High School Concurrent Enrollment Guide.

Learn more about how to enroll 


Step 4 - Pay

  • Tuition is due at the time of enrollment and can be paid online, in person or by mail.
  • There are certain career and technical courses where tuition is waived for high school students who meet residency requirements. This is designated as "Excel in CTE" on the College Now Schedule of courses for your high school

Learn more about paying tuition