High School Concurrent Enrollment Program

Earn college credit at UW-Fond du Lac while still in high school!

What is Concurrent Enrollment?

Concurrent Enrollment courses allow you to earn college and high school credit at the same time.

You will develop college study skills and graduate from high school ahead of the game while learning in the familiar setting of your high school - from an instructor you already know.


All college freshmen and sophomores, regardless of their major, need to take certain general education requirement courses.

Compare Costs

Concurrent Enrollment students pay half the cost of UW-Fond du Lac tuition, which is already the lowest tuition in the UW System. The money you save by taking these courses will definitely help with your future college expenses. 

Table comparing the cost of a 3 credit class with UW-Fondulac having the lowest tuition. The lowest tuition is cut in half for concurrent enrollment.

FAQs

My intended major doesn’t require these classes. Why should I take them for college credit?


Actually, all the classes offered through our Concurrent Enrollment Program fulfill general education requirements that are part of every college degree.


Will the college credits I earn transfer?


Yes. As a transfer institution, UW-Fond du Lac has worked hard to ensure our credits transfer easily and successfully to public and private universities. Check out the transferability to UW System schools through the Transfer Information System (TIS).

Fast Fact

A recent Columbia University study showed that students enrolled in programs like ours had earned higher college GPAs and more college credits than their peers who had not taken such courses.

Next Steps

Find out from your high school guidance counselor what Concurrent Enrollment classes are available to you.

More Information

Parents/High School Students

Fond du Lac High School Concurrent Enrollment Courses

Teachers/administrators

To find out more about having a Concurrent Enrollment program at your high school, contact UW-Fond du Lac Associate Dean Khaled Hussein at khaled.hussein@uwc.edu