Learner Support Services
High School Student Information
On Campus Concurrent Student Enrollment
Do you qualify?
A student admitted under concurrent enrollment admission is one who is currently enrolled in high school, grades 9-12, and enrolling for classes on the NWACC campus.
- 3.0 cumulative high school GPA. For general education, transfer classes, (2.0 for Career and Technical Classes Leading to an Associate of Applied Science Degree or Certificate). A student may request a waiver if the GPA is below 3.0
- Placement test scores. For concurrent students: ACT, PLAN, PSAT, or Compass test scores are acceptable. (Course which do not require placement test scores)
- High School Counselor approval. Parent approval also if the student is under eighteen at the time of registration.
HOW TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION AND REGISTER
- Complete the online Application for Admission - $10.00 fee.
- Once you have applied for Admission, you will need to complete a Concurrent Packet. You may either download and print the packet or you may pick one up from the Bentonville Campus or the Washington County Center.
- Meet with your high school counselor/home school primary instructor to review your transcript and discuss the courses you would like to take at NWACC.
- Submit placement test scores (ACT, PLAN, PSAT or Compass) in the subject area in which you would like to take a class.
- Complete the Concurrent Student Registration form (included in Concurrent Packet). Obtain all required signatures.
- Submit a copy of your high school transcript.
To schedule your required appointment contact:
Admissions in Bentonville at 479-619-4167
Washington County Center at 479-936-5131 or 479-927-3330
- Students will not be eligible to participate in institutionally or federally funded financial aid programs.
- Concurrently enrolled high school students will be expected to earn a grade of “C” or better, in each college course attempted, in order to continue concurrent enrollment.
- Continuing concurrent students must submit the Concurrent Student Registration form prior to each semester of concurrent enrollment. An updated transcript is also required every semester.
- NOTE: On Campus Concurrent students are limited to enrolling in seven credit hours, including college courses taken on the NWACC campus and at your high school. The student may request a waiver to take more than seven credit hours.
- An appeal to the NWACC Vice President for Learning may be submitted by those students who have a grade point average slightly below 3.0 and/or would like to take more than seven (7) college credit hours during a given semester. A high school student may also appeal a grade received in order to continue in the Concurrent Enrollment Program and/or to retake the class.
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