Concurrent/Dual Enrollment

The Concurrent Enrollment Partnership Program provides secondary schools with the opportunity to expand their curriculum by scheduling KCKCC courses in conjunction with their regular class offerings. Students have the advantage of taking their classes right at the high school.

Courses taught at the high school have identical course content to that of courses being offered on campus and are evaluated by an Instructional Dean at the College before being implemented at the high school. Faculty are evaluated and must meet the same criteria as instructors who teach on campus.

Students interested in participating in the program should contact their high school counselor for additional information and details on the enrollment process.

Concurrent and Dual Enrollment Defined

The Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) encourages high school students to take advantage of postsecondary education opportunities by enrolling in college courses while still in high school. The statute commonly is known as concurrent enrollment of high school students in eligible postsecondary institutions. Different types of enrollment can be included under the statute.

Kansas City Kansas Community College Defines Concurrent Enrollment as: 
Classes taught at a high school at which approved high school teachers teach classes for college credit during the normal school day. (KBOR 8b 1i)

Kansas City Kansas Community College Defines Dual Enrollment as:

  • Classes in which the high school student travels to the college campus to take courses prior to graduation during the academic year or in summer. (KBOR 8b 1 vii)
  • Classes in which college faculty travel to the high school to teach classes for college credit to high school students. (KBOR 8b 1 vii)

Admissions Guidelines

  • High school sophomores, juniors, or seniors or who is gifted and is in grade 9 are eligible for the concurrent and/or dual enrollment program
  • High school students should first consult with guidance counselors to determine eligibility to enroll in courses at Kansas City Kansas Community College while attending high school.
  • Each qualifying student will obtain written permission from the principal to enroll at KCKCC by completing a Concurrent Enrollment/Acceptance Form.
  • In order to enroll, each student will complete an application for admission and be admitted to KCKCC.
  • Students must take the entire placement test. The placement test is available in the Academic Resource Center, the Leavenworth Center, and at some high schools.
  • Students must pay tuition before the semester begins. Tuition for year-long classes will be paid in the fall semester.

In addition, KCKCC must also adhere to guidelines established by the Kansas Board of Regents which may not be listed in this catalog.

Steps to Enrollment

1. Fill out application

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2. Take the College Placement Test

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1. Check with your high school Point of Contact for information on testing.

2. Students must meet the following testing score requirements:

English classes require a Reading scores of 73+ and a Writing Skills score of 45+.

Chemistry classes require a Reading scores of 73+ and an Algebra score of 66+.

College Algebra classes require an Algebra score of 66+.

Pre-Calc classes and above require a College Algebra score of 46+.

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3. Meet with High School Point of Contact

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Point of Contact

  High School   POC
  Bonner Springs   Lisa Terrell, Counselor - 913-422-5121
  J. C. Harmon   Maggi Schoonover, Counselor - 913-627-7050
  Piper   Marge Eckard , Counselor - 913-721-9028
  Schlagle   Michaela Neal, Counselor - 913-627-7518
  Sumner Academy   Jean Allen, Counselor - 913-627-7221
  Tonganoxie   Janie Bennett , Counselor - 913-416-1460 
  Turner   Nicole McDowell913-627-7841
  Washington    Jay Overbaugh  -  913-627-7910 
  Wyandotte     Nancy Hamil, Counselor - 913-627-7667
4. Fill out and return Concurrent/Dual Enrollment Form. Fill out and return permission to enroll form to high school Point of Contact

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5. Instructions to Access WebAdvisor

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  1. Go to WebAdivsor | Help Videos
  2. Select “New to WebAdvisor”
  3. Read instructions for New to WebAdvisor or Password Reset
  4. Click “OK”
  5. Follow instructions for information to log in
6. Pay for Classes (unless on scholarship)

Classes Offered

  • Go to WebAdvisor
  • Select “Prospective Students” or “Current Students”
  • Under “Admissions Information, select “Search for Sections”
  • On the drop down menu next to “Term”, select the appropriate semester. (Example: if you are enrolling for fall courses, you would select “FALL 2018 All classes”)
  • Scroll to “Location” and select your school.
  • You will then see a list of classes for your school.

Concurrent/Dual Enrollment Dates & Deadlines

Fall 2017

April 1, 2017 WebAdvisor is open for enrollment.
August 8, 2017 Applications are due
August 25, 2017 Last day to submit enrollments
September 1, 2017

Last day to drop classes. Add/drop forms must be submitted to Mary Kobe Peterson.

November 14, 2017 Last day to withdraw from class.
November 17, 2017 Spring enrollments are due.
December 20 2017 Grades are due

Spring 2018

December 12, 2017 Applications are due
January 16, 2018 Last day to submit enrollments
January 25, 2018 Last day to drop classes
April 17, 2018 Last day to withdraw from classes
May 23, 2018 Grades due.  (NOTE:  This date is extended from the college date because students are still attending concurrent classes.)

Contact Information

Mary Kobe Peterson -

On-Campus testing

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