Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (CEP) consists of an agreement between an eligible postsecondary institution and a school district for the purpose of offering college-level learning to students who have been accepted for concurrent enrollment partnership, which approved high school teachers teach during the normal school day.

For more information, contact your local high school. Policies are found in Chapter III, Section A of the Policy Manual.

Concurrent Enrollment Partnership Report

Participation in CEP has consistently grown in Kansas since the creation in 1993 by state statute. While various forms of dual enrollment are available to high school students to earn college credit, Board policy applies only to Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships. 

The CEP Report for AY 2018 summarizes CEP course enrollments by headcount, credit hours, and includes a subset of System Wide Transfer (SWT) courses offered through CEP which includes completion rates and percentage of qualified faculty teaching those courses.

An additional report, High School Students Enrolled in Postsecondary Courses (Any Type), shows Headcount and Credit Hours for high school students enrolled in any type of college course, and includes both CEP and non-CEP courses, for Academic Years 2013 through 2018.