Century in the High School’s concurrent enrollment program provides college-level educational opportunities to high school students. Concurrent enrollment courses enroll high school students who may earn both high school and college credit for a satisfactorily completed course. Benefits for students include:
- Experience with college-level coursework
- Earn highly-transferable college credits
- Ability to demonstrate learning over a semester, in a familiar environment, and not on a single test
Century in the High School Student Information
Century College Responsibilities
Century College will ensure that students have access to necessary campus resources and provide completion letters along with links to transcripts upon successful completion.
The obvious next step after completing a concurrent course through Century College is attaining more credits at the institution. Century College has many partnerships and agreements with four-year institutions (both in and outside of Minnesota) to ensure that credits gained here will transfer toward a Bachelor’s degree. Additionally, starting at Century College is more cost-efficient for students (and parents). On average, students who complete a 2-year transfer degree at Century College and then complete a bachelor’s degree at a private college or university save $58,348.
Century College also offers a variety of support services, addressing everything from tutoring to technology needs to wellness. Our vibrant campus life includes nationally-ranked athletics as well as student clubs, organizations, and more. Our Admissions team can tell you more about the advantages of continuing your education at Century College!