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Allan Hancock College Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! Conditions for Enrollment
1. All high school students should first meet with their high school
counselor or guidance technician to discuss eligibility for
enrollment. A principal or designee signature on this Petition for
Enrollment is required.
2. The Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! program is open to all
high school students. Concurrent Enrollment/College Now!
students may take up to a maximum of 6 units in summer, fall, and
spring semesters and winter intersession.
3. Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! students must complete
the Allan Hancock College online admissions application, in
addition to the Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! Petition for
Enrollment. This Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! Petition
for Enrollment is valid for the requested term only.
4. Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! students may only enroll in
courses on the approved list. Concurrent Enrollment/College
Now! students must meet the prerequisite for all courses in which
they enroll, whether through courses successfully completed or
through the appeal process.
5. Students who wish to take courses must meet the stated academic
prerequisites or co-requisites. Pre/co requisites are listed in the
AHC catalog or current semester class schedule and are marked
on the approved list with an asterisk; a next to the course
requires an audition.
6. Once a Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! student has
obtained all of the necessary signatures, he or she must submit
their completed Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! Petition for
Enrollment, along with high school transcripts to their high school
concurrent enrollment staff member. Concurrent enrollment
students who are enrolling in PROD 301, only, are not required to
provide HS transcripts.
7. The total number of units earned and grades received while
enrolled in Allan Hancock College courses are recorded on the
student’s college transcript and are part of his/her permanent
8. The enrollment fee is waived for Concurrent Enrollment/College
Now! students. However, all other fees apply, unless otherwise
noted in the instructional services agreement between AHC and
the specific high school – Concurrent Enrollment/College Now!
students must verify fees due with their high school.
a. If a Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! student
appeals the unit limitation, and is approved for 12 or
more units, the enrollment fee is no longer waived
and ALL fees apply.
9. Actual registration into specific courses will be processed by AHC
Admissions and Records staff, once all Concurrent Enrollment
paperwork is submitted.
10. Once enrolled, Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! students
have the same rights and responsibilities that apply to all enrolled
college students. Refer to the Student Records-Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) located in the current college
catalog or on the Concurrent Enrollment/College Now!
11. Allan Hancock College assumes no responsibility for the
attendance records of Concurrent Enrollment/College Now!
12. A Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! student is expected to
complete all class requirements, maintain a 2.0 grade point
average or higher in all college courses, and adhere to Allan
Hancock College’s Guidelines for Student Conduct (refer to the
13. Receiving substandard grades and/or failure to complete
course work may result in academic probation as well as
affect future financial aid eligibility.
14. Failure to comply with any of the conditions listed above may result
in being administratively dropped from those courses/units and a
loss of future Concurrent Enrollment/College Now! privileges.
15. High schools will only receive proof of work completed at Allan
Hancock College if the student requests that an official transcript
be mailed to the school once the semester is completed or
authorize the high school to obtain the grades by completing a
Student Authorization to Release Information form.
16. Student, Parent, and Principal/Designee—please read the
following information carefully: By entering a college
environment, students who are minors will be exposed to
educational settings designed for the adult learner that may involve
topics that might be considered controversial in the secondary
17. HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL OR DESIGNEE: California Education
Code requires that students who still enrolled in high school
wishing to enroll at a California Community College must be
recommended by their principal or his/her designee. By signing
this, the principal or his/her designee has made the determination,
based on the appropriate Allan Hancock College assessment, that
the student is prepared for and can benefit from college level
coursework, and is recommended to enroll in the following courses
for the semester noted above, and that the student has exhausted
all opportunities to enroll in an equivalent course at his or her
school of attendance. The instructor of record is legally prohibited
from signing this form as the principal’s designee.