High School/University Concurrent Enrollment Program
Student Registration Forms (New Non-Degree Students Only) are available here for the students to complete and return to you. If you want to see if a class is still available, visit the Registrar's site at www.shepherd.edu/register/schedule.html. This Web page will give you up-to-the-minute availability. If there is a class with five or fewer openings please, instruct the students to include an alternative section or class on their registration forms.
This is the new policy for this program:
High School/University Concurrent Enrollment
Students may choose to be enrolled in both high school and college simultaneously. After the completion of their sophomore year in high school, students are eligible to submit an application for special admission to the University to enroll in freshman level course work, provided the student is concurrently enrolled in high school.
Students applying for concurrent enrollment must submit the following documentation for consideration by Admissions staff:
Completed nondegree application;
Official copy of high school transcript indicating an academic grade point average of a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale);
Composite ACT score of 21 and/or SAT score of 1000 based on critical reading and mathematics (PLAN or PSAT equivalents will be accepted); and
Written recommendation from high school principal.
Students registering for Summer II classes (begin July 2) and Fall classes (begin August 20) should have the registration forms to you by June 1, and then to Shepherd by June 3. If you would like an admissions counselor to come to your school and pick up the registration forms, please contact the Office of Admissions at 304-876-5212.
Please note: students applying for Summer II should be prepared to come to Shepherd to pay their bill right away; students applying for the fall semester will have a bill sent to their homes some time in mid-July.
Thank you for your assistance in registering your students for the High School/ University Concurrent Enrollment Program.