Boise State’s Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP) is accredited through the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). NACEP works to ensure that college courses offered by high school instructors are as rigorous as courses offered on college campuses, such as Boise State, and that all postsecondary concurrent enrollment programs adhere to high standards. NACEP works alongside Boise State to provide the highest standards so students experience a seamless transition to college and instructors benefit from meaningful, ongoing professional development. The Boise State CEP strictly adheres to NACEP policies and procedures.
Student Code of Conduct - Academic Honesty
The Student Code of Conduct and the processes of its administration and enforcement serve to maintain the standards of the university community. This community extends to high school concurrent enrollment classrooms. The university may impose disciplinary sanctions against students when their conduct significantly interferes with the educational objectives of Boise State and its members. Read over the Student Code of Conduct for details on misconduct reports.
Boise State Curriculum Used for Concurrent Enrollment Courses
An instructor may not teach the same class/section for multiple institutions. The high school and approved instructor teaching for Boise State agree to adopt the Boise State curriculum for the Concurrent Enrollment course. By adopting the Boise State curriculum, it verifies that Boise State owns the course. This complies with Boise State policy and NACEP accreditation requirements. As long as the Boise State curriculum is being taught, teachers have the academic freedom to add more content to their course. In a few cases, schools may combine AP and Concurrent Enrollment courses in the same class. Students will choose to sign up to earn credits through Boise State or to take the AP test offered in May.
Instructors are required to submit an updated class syllabus by email to their faculty liaison and the Concurrent Enrollment Office annually before school starts. This ensures the academic department and the CEP have the latest curriculum changes on file. This is a requirement for NACEP accreditation and ensures accessibility for students and other institutions when requested.
INSTRUCTORS – PLEASE ADD THIS TEXT TO YOUR SYLLABUS. ALL SYLLABI MUST HAVE THIS LANGUAGE AND LINK:
“Student Code of Conduct – Please note that high school students are held to the same student standards found in the Boise State University Student Code of Conduct, which can be viewed at boisestate.edu/policy/student-affairs/code-of-conduct/. Definitions of cheating, plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty as well as policies and procedures for handling such cases are included.”