Students and Parents
The focus of the Boise State University Concurrent Enrollment Program is to provide students with rigorous academic courses taught by highly qualified high school instructors, all in a familiar high school environment.
Through the Concurrent Enrollment Program, high school students can earn Boise State University and high school credit simultaneously for collegiate-level courses offered at their high school. Credits are transferable to most other accredited colleges and universities across the United States. Concurrent enrollment instructors use Boise State curriculum, books, and grading scales. This academic alignment helps create a true university educational experience.
By taking advantage of concurrent enrollment, Idaho students will gain access to university courses, build confidence in their academic ability to do university coursework, and gain an early start on their college degree while still in high school.
Learn more about the benefits of concurrent enrollment classes for students and parents by exploring our student handbook using the button below. We can also mail you a hard copy of the handbook if requested by email.