20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog
6. ADMISSIONS OFFICE
6.9. Concurrent Enrollment
High school juniors or seniors may be admitted to Bacone
College provided they meet the following requirements:
Meet the published criteria of Bacone College for admission.
- Be enrolled in fewer than 6 credit courses per semester at their high school, which can be validated by their high school principal.
- Be eligible to complete requirements for graduation from their high school no later than the spring of their senior year, which can be validated by their high school principal.
- Junior and senior high school students are required to have a composite ACT score of 18, or a combined SAT I score of 860, or a 3.00 cumulative high school GPA.
A high school student who is admitted to Bacone College as a Concurrent Enrollment Student may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses for each semester. Their full-time college and high school workload cannot exceed 19 college semester credit hours. To calculate the total workload, each high school credit is the equivalent of 3 college semester credit hours. Add up the college semester credit hours and the high school equivalent credits together to find the total.
An exceptional student who meets the above criteria may enroll in a maximum of 6 credit hours during a summer session or the term following the junior year in high school without being concurrently enrolled in high school during the summer term.
Students who have participated in a concurrent program other than Bacone College, must provide an official College transcript to the Office of the Registrar before credits can be transferred.