Concurrent Enrollment

Are you a high school student interested in getting a jump on your career and educational goals? You could earn a certificate through Emily Griffith Technical College and receive college credits for FREE through our concurrent enrollment program. 

How to get started

Step 1: Apply!

  • Submit your free online Admissions Application.
    • Information you may need for your application: 
      • Social security number
      • Colorado Driver’s License or Colorado ID Card information
      • If you are under 23, you may need some information from a parent or guardian
  • Want help? Contact Admissions at 720-423-4700.

Step 2: Complete Emily Griffith’s Online New Student Orientation

  • Watch the videos and the Clery Act presentation here.

Step 3: Meet Program Requirements

Are you ready for Emily Griffith? If you are starting a Career and Technical Education program, you will need to meet certain requirements for your program. 

Chances are, if you have a high school diploma and a 2.5 unweighted GPA or GED scores of 145, you will not need to take an additional test. Here’s how to find out:

  • Visit the Emily Griffith Assessment page and confirm your program’s requirements. If you have the educational or testing background you need for your program, please submit your unofficial transcripts, test scores or diploma via the application. If not:
  • Sign up for the EdReady Learning Paths at Emily Griffith. This program will help you practice the skills necessary for your program and prepare for classwork at Emily Griffith. Once you meet your program’s target score, you are ready to go. 
  •  If you would rather, you can take the TABE entrance test. Learn more about the TABE here. 

Step 4: Complete the Concurrent Enrollment Agreement form

You will need to complete and sign the Concurrent Enrollment Agreement form in order to enroll as a concurrent enrollment student. This form must be approved by your school district or principal. Once you have the form complete, please send it to admissions@emilygriffith.edu

Step 5: Meet With Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator

Your concurrent enrollment coordinator will help you complete your enrollment and register for classes. 

  • Schedule an appointment by emailing admissions@emilygriffith.edu
  • Check-in for advising with a photo ID at the 6th floor Welcome Desk at 1860 Lincoln St., Denver, Colo.

Step 6: Get your ID

  • After you have registered for classes, stop by the Treasurer’s office to pick up your Student ID. You must have your photo ID and a copy of your current Emily Griffith schedule in order to get your ID. 

Step 7: Review and Complete Your Program Checklist

  • Make sure you have your program checklist. Program checklists are available from your adviser and on the web page for your program. 

Step 8: Buy Books and Supplies

  • You can see your book list on your schedule. You can buy your books online at EmilyGriffith.Textbookx.com. You must have your books for the first day of class. Books ordered online can take up to 10 business days to arrive. 
  • If you need help with buying textbooks, talk to us about the possibility of borrowing books. 

Step 9: Go to Class!

Moodle is Emily Griffith’s online learning platform. It will be your go-to for everything from course materials and online classes to announcements and your Student Handbook.

  • Access course materials in Moodle at moodle.emilygriffith.edu. Your username is your student ID number and your password is our student portal password (both are included on your student schedule). Classes are inactive in Moodle until the class start date. 
  • Enjoy your experience at Emily Griffith!

Questions? 

Reach out to us at admissions@emilygriffith.edu