Welcome to the concurrent enrollment program at Boise State University
Through the Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP), Boise State University and high schools work together to offer university courses to high school students so they can get an early start on their college career. Started in 1998 with legislative support, the Boise State University Concurrent Enrollment Program has provided thousands of Idaho students the opportunity to complete college-level courses while still in high school. The Boise State Concurrent Enrollment Program’s success is based on the partnership between qualified high school instructors and Boise State University academic departments. Boise State University takes pride in the opportunity to play a significant role in the education of top-performing students in Idaho.
Concurrent Enrollment Program Benefits
- Provides high school students the opportunity to experience the rigor and intellectual challenge of university classes and earn a letter grade on a college transcript while still in high school.
- Aids students in gaining confidence for college success.
- Increases enthusiasm and motivation among high school students and teachers.
- Provides an opportunity for university faculty and high school teachers to work together and share methods, ideas and experiences.
- Provides support for classrooms and access to University academic resources to ensure a congruent classroom experience.
- Provides professional development opportunities for high school instructors to improve instruction methods and increase academic rigor.