The Early Entry program allows students to take general education or introductory-level (100 or 200 level) CSC courses while still in high school. Students must be either a junior or senior, have a recommendation from a high school official, and must meet at least one of the following academic requirements:
Make sure to read and complete each step outlined below:
Contact the Office of Market Development for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org or 308-432-6469
Students taking Early Entry courses are held to the same regulations as any other CSC student--this includes add, drop and withdraw deadlines and payment deadlines. Students and parents should review these deadlines in advance:
Students who receive one or more of the following benefits may be eligible to receive scholarship funding toward the cost of their Early Entry tuition through the Access College Early (ACE) program.
Students should work with their HS counselor to complete the application and submit required supporting documentation. Check with your HS Counselor for details or visit: Access College Early (ACE) program.
ACE Scholarship funding is not guaranteed. If the student has applied for the ACE scholarship but is not approved or granted ACE funding, the student/parent is responsible for the full payment of the course. It is best to apply early, however decisions about funding are often not made until after the 100% drop/refund period has expired. Please keep this in mind when you enroll.
Students participating in the Early-Entry program are protected by Title IX.
If you have a Title IX question or concern, please contact your high school guidance counselor.
For more Title IX information from CSC, please go here.