Concurrent Enrollment

Juniors and seniors in high school throughout the state of Oklahoma can take college classes and earn college credit while completing their high school diploma.


  • High School Seniors: Qualified Oklahoma high school seniors are eligible for a tuition waiver for up to 18 credit hours total, including the summer term after their junior year, as well as the fall and spring semesters of their senior year.
  • High School Juniors: Qualified Oklahoma high school juniors are eligible for a tuition waiver for their first six (6) credit hours, during the summer before or fall or spring semesters of their junior year.
  • Students are responsible for fees, books and other supplies required for a specific course. 

Admission Requirements

Concurrent high school students must be eligible to satisfy the high school curricular requirements for college no later than the spring of their senior year. A high school student may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses per semester, not to exceed a seven (7) class period schedule as long as the college course(s) are included in the high school schedule. For purposes of calculating workload, one-half high school credit course shall be equivalent to three semester credit hours of college work. A high school student must meet the following requirements for admission:
  • an unweighted 3.0 GPA OR 
  • a 19 composite ACT score (National or Residual ACT, including “superscore” as calculated by ACT, and pre-ACT acceptable) OR 
  • a 990 total SAT or PSAT score

Course Placement

Option #1 Automatic Placement
To register in a credit-bearing course, the student must have
  • a 19 ACT / pre-ACT sub-score or a 501 SAT / PSAT sub-score or a passing Accuplacer score in the area of enrollment AND meet the Admission Criteria
Option #2: Specific Subject Placement
To register for a course that is NOT Mathematics or English or Science (such as History, Psychology, Speech, Humanities, etc.), the student must have
  • an unweighted GPA of 3.0

To register for a credit bearing Mathematics course, the student must:
  • be reading proficient 19 ACT / pre-ACT sub-score OR
  • 510 SAT / PSAT sub-score OR Accuplacer Score)* have an unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 or higher, AND
  • have completed three Math classes, one of which being Algebra II, with grades of B or better
*Due to COVID-19, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education have waived the testing requirement at this time.

To register for an English Comp I course, the student must:
  • be reading proficient (19 ACT/pre-ACT sub-score OR 510 SAT/PSAT sub-score OR Accuplacer Score)*
  • have an unweighted high school GPA of 3.0, AND
  • have completed three years of English, with grades of B or better
*Due to COVID-19, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education have waived the testing requirement at this time.

To register for a Science course, the student must:
  • satisfy both Mathematics and English Subject Placements AND
  • meet any potential prerequisites.

Enrollment Requirements

All concurrent students are required to meet with an EOSC academic adviser each semester before the student may enroll in classes. Concurrent High School Students must submit the following credentials to EOSC for full-admission prior to enrollment:
  1. Completed EOSC Application for Admission
  2. Official High School Transcript
  3. Acceptable Admission Exam
  4. Concurrent Enrollment Consent Form (submitted new each semester)
  5. Current High School Class Schedule (submitted new each semester)
  6. Immunization Records (visit our Getting Started webpage to learn more)
  7. Permission to Disclose Records Form 
  8. Concurrent Course Overload Request Form (if applicable)
Mail or deliver all completed documents together to:

Eastern Oklahoma State College
Jennifer Labor, Registrar
1301 West Main
Wilburton OK 74578

Phone: 918.465.1828
Fax: 918.465.4435
E-Mail: jlabor@eosc.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

Are concurrent classes free?
No. Concurrent students are awarded a tuition waiver. High School Juniors receive a waiver for 6 hours and High School Seniors receive a waiver for 18 hours per year. Students are required to pay for the fees incurred for each class. You may also be required to purchase a textbook (paper or electronic) and/or a digital access code for each course.

Can concurrent students take Remedial or zero-level Courses?
No. If a student’s subject ACT score or placement test score is below the required cut score to take a college level course, they are not permitted to take the remedial course until they have graduated high school. For example, if a student would like to take Freshman Composition I, they must have a score of 19 or higher on the English subject ACT or the required Writing score on the Accuplacer in order to take an English course.

Are Concurrent courses transferable?
Yes. During your enrollment appointment, please inform the academic advisor of your intended major and the institution you wish to attend after high school. You and the advisor can work together to choose which courses work best for your major.

How many credit hours can I take concurrently?
Students generally take between 3 and 9 credit hours a semester. The number of hours a concurrent student can take is determined by the high school counselor or principal. The Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education limits the number of combined credit hours a concurrent student can take between their high school and college courses.

I received a high school schedule that includes a college class. Am I enrolled in that class?
No. You are not enrolled in concurrent courses until you communicate your wish to enroll with an EOSC Academic Advisor.

How can I get a copy of my college transcript?
Current students can view/print unofficial college transcripts through their WebAdvisor account. Students can request official transcripts through the Registrar's Office. Please note: your balance must be paid in full in order to request an official transcript.

What are the expectations of a concurrent high school student?
  • In college, you are treated as an independent adult. Your grades are the result of your efforts. 
  • College courses are often more difficult than those in high school. 
  • Print out the syllabus and course schedule – note the assignment due dates. 
  • Log into Blackboard and your college email account a few times every week. 
  • Attend every class without exception and be in your seat before the class begins. 
  • Pay attention during class time! Turn off your phone and put it away. Take notes. 
  • Complete assignments and submit them ahead of the due date. 
  • Contact the instructor promptly if you don’t understand something or if you have a problem such as an absence. 
  • Pay attention to your 7-week grade in Self Service. This tells you if what you’re doing is good enough for the grade you want. 
  • Pay attention to your 11-week grade in Self Service. This helps you decide whether or not to withdraw from a class if your grade is too low and cannot be salvaged.