Earn college credits or complete a certificate program, while you are in high school, for free (dependent on the program and books and tools are not included).
Denver Public School District Concurrent Enrollment makes funding available for qualified high school students to attend college classes at Emily Griffith Technical College (EGTC). Students earn transferable college credits, elective high school credits, and could possibly earn an industry recognized certificate which is extremely valuable for future employment. This is an exciting education opportunity for many students to earn college credits and skills that will make them employable while they are still in high school.
How to Get Started:
STEP 1: Apply for Admissions to Emily Griffith Technical College.
STEP 2: Complete new student orientation.
STEP 3: Complete the TABE Assessment test (we also accept Accuplacer, ACT, SAT, or MAP)
• The Testing Center hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.; Friday 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
• No appointment necessary
• Students must have a Colorado ID or high school ID
STEP 4: Complete and sign the Concurrent Enrollment Agreement form. You get this from your High School Counselor. Form must be approved by school district or principal and sent to Chivonne Torres before you can meet to register for classes. Enter program and indicate morning, afternoon, or evening section.
STEP 5: Meet with Emily Griffith Concurrent Enrollment staff. Must bring photo ID and test scores to meeting.
• Email Chivonne at Chivonne.Torres@emilygriffith.edu with a couple of days and times you can meet to schedule an appointment.
STEP 6: Register for classes with Concurrent Enrollment staff. Student must have valid photo ID to meet with Emily Griffith staff and/or receive any account information.
STEP 7: Pick up your Emily Griffith Technical College Student ID from Treasurer’s Office
• Students must have a photo ID
• Students must have copy of current Emily Griffith schedule
STEP 8: Buy books and materials.
• Talk to Chivonne Torres about the possibility of borrowing books. See the book list on your schedule and buy books online at EmilyGriffith.Textbookx.com or our preferred vendor. You must have books for the first day of class. Books ordered online can take up to 10 business days to arrive.
QUESTIONS? Please feel free to email us at Chivonne.Torres@emilygriffith.edu or visit our website at https://www.emilygriffith.edu/high-school-concurrent-enrollment for more details.
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