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Concurrent Enrollment

WHAT IS CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT?

Concurrent Enrollment -- Students enrolled in concurrent enrollment courses offered by the University of Kansas earn actual college credit by successfully completing these courses at their high school. Courses are about one third of the cost of regular KU tuition.

HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT THAN AP AND DUAL ENROLLMENT?

Advanced Placement -- Courses are special sections of high school courses designated by the high school to prepare students for national Advanced Placement tests. Students may earn college credits for these courses that are recognized at colleges and universities across the country based upon their scores on these tests. Generally, students must earn scores of at least 3 and often higher, (on a scale of 1 to 5) on these national exams to earn college credit.

Dual Enrollment – Dual enrollment courses are taught on the KU campus by KU faculty. Tuition and fees for dual enrollment courses are charged at regular KU rates. A wider variety of courses are available to take as dual enrollment.

 

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Application deadlines for concurrent enrollment:

 

Fall 2018: August 22, 2018 with all signatures completed

Spring 2019:  December 14, 2018 with all signatures completed

Tuition deadline for concurrent enrollment:

Bills will generate and an eBill will be sent to your KU email account on or around the dates below.   If no KU e-mail is available then the bill will go to the home e-mail account listed on the application.  KU does not mail paper bills and bills will not be emailed to your parent/guardian, so be sure to check your email periodically. The deadline to pay the bill is listed below. Bills that are not paid by the deadline will receive late fees.

Bill Generation Bill Due Date
Fall - September 21 Fall - October 15
Spring - January 21 Spring - February 15
Student Information

Why should I participate in concurrent enrollment?

By taking concurrent enrollment courses, you will earn both college and high school credit at the same time, gain early experience with what classes are like at the college level, and save yourself some money while doing so.

 

What classes can I take?

Lawrence High School Free State High School
English 101 (Composition 1) English 101 (Composition 1)
Math 101 (College Algebra) Math 101 (College Algebra)

 

How do I know if I am eligible for concurrent enrollment classes?

For Math 101 College Algebra students must have:

  • Passed Algebra II or Advanced Algebra II and
  • Have a score of 22 or higher on ACT in mathematics or
  • Have permission from High School counselor to take course

For Engl 101 Composition students must have:

  • Completed 9th and 10th grade English with a grade of A or B and
  • Be entering or in their senior year
Student FAQ's

What does it cost?

Courses are offered at $103 per credit hour, or $309 per class.

 

What are my next steps?

When you get your letter of acceptance with your ID number in it, you will need to set up your KU online ID, KU email address, and your password. If you would like to give your parent or guardian access to view your course schedule, grades, and/or bills (including bill pay access) you may do so by setting up Delegate Access. The videos below will guide you through the process of setting up your KU account. You can also find step-by-step instructions under the FAQs.

 

Can my parents see my account?

Only if you grant them delegate access. There are two places where delegate access can be awarded. The first is Enroll & Pay. Delegate access within Enroll & Pay allows your parent or guardian access to view your course schedule, grades, and/or financials. Setting up Delegate Access is also necessary if you would like to give KU permission to release information about your record to your parent or guardian over the phone. The second is in Touchnet. This is where payment is actually made for your bill.   

 

How to set up Enroll and Pay Delegate Access:

  1. Login to Enroll & Pay at https://sa.ku.edu/
  2. Click on Student Delegation
  3. Click on Set up Delegates. This will take you to a screen which displays anyone who has already been set up as a delegate. If no one is listed or you would like to add additional delegates, continue to the next step
  4. Click on Create New Delegate
  5. Read and accept the privacy statement, then click OK
  6. Enter the email address, name and relationship of your delegate, then click Next
  7. Select the information you would like your delegate to have access to, then click Next
  8. Complete your part of the process by clicking Send Email. After sending the email, your delegate will need to complete their steps, listed under the Parent section.

How to set up Payment Delegate Access:

  1. Click the Home link in the upper right hand corner then select Campus Finances
  2. Click Make Payment - Recharge KU Card link
  3. Click the green "Pay Tuition, Housing and Other Charges" button. You may need to select your Campus Identity Provider (Univ. of Kansas - Lawrence) *if your computer is using pop-up blockers, these will need to be turned off to continue.
  4. Login with username and password you just created
  5. Click Payment Delegates
  6. Click the arrow next to "Add Payment Delegate"
  7. Enter the email address of the delegate
  8. You can chose to let them see your account history (in regards to the TouchNet side only). If you choose "no" to this question, the delegate will only be able to make payments to your account.
  9. Click the "continue" button
  10. Read the "Agreement to add Payment Delegate" and click the "I Agree" checkbox, then select continue

*Note, the process of setting up delegate access is not complete until your parent/guardian has completed their portion of the process.  These steps can be found under the Parent section.

How can I pay my bill?

If you have given your parent/guardian delegate access, they can make the payment through their delegate account. If you are paying the bill yourself, you can do so through your Enroll & Pay account.

Bill Payment Instructions

  1. Login to account
  2. Click on Campus Finances
  3. Click on Make Payment—Recharge KU Card (make sure pop-ups are allowed for the site)
  4. Click the green Make a Payment button
  5. Click on Make Payment
  6. Click Pay in the Student Account box
  7. Enter amount and account information
  8. Once the payment is processed, you will see a receipt. Please print it for your records.

 

What if I already applied to KU?

If you have completed a Freshman or Non-Degree application already, e-mail processing@ku.edu and give them your name and date of birth, the school where you are taking concurrent enrollment classes during the Spring or Fall term, and a statement that you have already applied.  With this information your application will be updated.

 

What if I need to drop the course?

Concurrent Enrollment students cannot withdraw from their KU class(es) without approval from the student’s teacher or counselor. If you decide to drop a course or leave the program, you must notify both your high school and KU of your intentions to drop. At the request of your teacher or counselor, KU will withdraw you from class(es) as long as the withdraw is prior to the withdrawal deadlines.

 

What are the withdrawal deadlines?

 
ENGLISH 101        
Term Last Day to Cancel Last Day to Withdraw Last Day for 100% Refund Last Day for 50% Refund
Fall September 10, 2018 November 14, 2018 August 24, 2018 September 17, 2018
Spring February 11, 2019 April 22, 2019 January 28, 2019 February 18, 2019

 

MATH 101        
Term Last Day to Cancel Last Day to Withdraw Last Day for 100% Refund Last Day for 50% Refund
Fall October 10, 2018 March 18, 2019 August 30, 2018 October 23, 2018

 

Will the withdraw show on my transcript?

If you withdraw on or before the last day to cancel, the course will not be recorded on your KU transcript. If you withdraw after the last day to cancel, a W will be recorded on the KU transcript, as long as you withdraw on or before the last day to withdraw.

Your high school transcript will record two semester grades for Math 101, but your KU transcript will only record one grade for the entire year. If you complete the first semester of Math 101 at your high school and then choose to withdraw, you will receive a W on your KU transcript, as long as you withdraw on or before the last day to withdraw.

Parent FAQ's

What is delegate access?

Delegate access allows other people (parents/guardians/etc.) to access a student’s account.  There are two places where delegate access can be awarded, Enroll & Pay and Touchnet. 

What can I see if I have delegate access?

Delegate access within Enroll & Pay allows you to access to view your student's course schedule, grades, and/or financials.  Students can select any combination of the three when setting up their delegate access.  Setting up Delegate Access is also necessary to give KU permission to release information about your student’s record to you over the phone.  Delegate access in Touchnet is where payment is actually made for your student’s bill.   

Next steps:

You will receive 3 emails to set up your delegate access.   You can follow the steps listed below as well as use the videos for reference to establish delegate access.

How to complete set-up for delegate access

Setting up Enroll and Pay Delegate Access:

To set up Enroll & Pay Delegate Access, you will need the login ID and temporary password found in the email you received from registrar@ku.edu.

  1. Login to the Enroll & Pay Delegate system at http://www.delegate.ku.edu/
  2. If this is your first time logging in, create a new password on the Password Options tab
  3. On the PIN Configuration tab, you may create a 4 digit PIN of your choice or use a system generated PIN. You will need to provide this PIN number anytime you call or visit with questions about your student’s account.
    • To create a system generated PIN, click the Generate PIN button
    • To create a PIN of your choice, enter the 4 digit PIN in the New PIN and Confirm PIN fields, then click Submit Change
  4. On the Security Questions tab, select and answer three security questions, then click Submit Security Questions

You can find detailed instructions including screenshots of the pages you need to navigate by going to http://sis.ku.edu/delegate-access.

To set up Payment Delegate Access, you will need the login ID and temporary password found in the emails you received from stu.account@ku.edu. The username and password are sent in separate emails, so be sure to find both.

  1. If you are not already logged into the Enroll & Pay Delegate system, go to http://www.delegate.ku.edu/ and log in using the ID and password from the previous steps.
  2. Select Campus Finances
  3. Click on Make Payment—Recharge KU Card
  4. Click the green “Pay Tuition, Housing and Other Charges” button (make sure pop-ups are allowed for the site)
  5. Login to the TouchNet Payment Delegate system with the username and temporary password found in the emails from stu.account@ku.edu
  6. Enter the information on the profile page and click save

What does it cost?

Courses are offered at $103 per credit hour, or $309 per class.

 

How can I pay my students bill?

If you have been given parent/guardian delegate access, you can make the payment through your delegate account.

Bill Payment Instructions

  1. Login to Enroll & Pay account
  2. Click on Campus Finances
  3. Click on Make Payment—Recharge KU Card
  4. Click the green “Pay Tuition, Housing and Other Charges” button (make sure pop-ups are allowed for the site)
  5. Login to the TouchNet Payment Delegate site with the password you created when setting up Payment Delegate Access.
  6. Click Make Payment in the Student Account box
  7. Enter amount and account information
  8. Once the payment is processed, you will see a receipt. Please print it for your records.

How will I be billed?

Bills are e-mailed to students through their KU email or personal e-mail.  No physical bill will be mailed to either student or parent.  The deadlines for billing are as follows: 

Bill Generation Bill Due Date
Fall - September 21 Fall - October 15
Spring - January 21 Spring - February 15

 

Contact

KU- Casey Fraites-Chapes, fraitesc@ku.edu

Free State High School- Bryan Duncan, bduncan@usd497.org

Lawrence High School- Kelsey Buek, kbuek@usd497.org

Application Deadlines

Fall 2018: August 22, 2018 with all signatures completed

Spring 2019:  December 14, 2018 with all signatures completed