About Concurrent Enrollment
Concurrent Enrollment is a special program designed to provide current high school students, who are enrolled in the 9th grade or
above, the opportunity to get an “early start” on their college experience. It is not intended for purposes of remediaon or for taking
courses already oered at the high school. College enrollment fees may be free to California residents (see fees secon below).
Student parcipaon in Concurrent Enrollment must be approved (in wring) by the parent or guardian and the high school principal
or designee. The college does not assume any responsibility if a student makes changes in his/her class schedule. The college makes
the nal decision regarding admission to the program.
Please check the following sites for college and program informaon:
Cañada College:
College of San Mateo:
Skyline College:
Steps to Enrollment
Before you get started on your academic journey, you will
to complete the following steps:
1. College Applicaon - How to Apply
Choose the college and term you plan to aend and follow the
direcons to apply.
Cañada College:
College of San Mateo:
Skyline College:
Once your applicaon has been accepted by the college, you
will receive an email nocaon to your personal email account,
containing your new student ID number (G-number) and
instrucons to access your student portal (WebSMART) and
college email account. All nocaons will be sent to your
college email aer you register into your classes and the
semester begins.
2. See Your High School Counselor
Meet with high school counselor to determine whether the
course recommended require prerequisites, and to discuss
courses eligible for credit towards high school graduaon and to
receive approval to parcipate.
3. Assessment
Some courses have prerequisites or require placement through
other assessment methods. For assessment informaon, visit
your college website.
4.Submit Your Course Request Form via WebSMART
Completed Course Request Forms can be uploaded through your
WebSMART student portal. Make sure that the form is lled out
completely and you have obtained all the required signatures to
aend. If you are a home-schooled student, a copy of your R4 is
required, along with your Course Request Form.
Save or scan a copy of your Course Request Form to a
device that will allow you to upload (desktop, phone,
Log into WebSMART at
-Use your username and password to login to
WebSMART through the mySMCCD login.
Select: Student Services
Select: Concurrent Course Request Form
Follow the steps to upload your Course Request Form
Please contact Admissions if you have any problems
subming your request.
5. Register for Classes
Once your Course Request Form has been approved, you will
receive an email containing informaon regarding the registraon
process and the date when you can begin registering for classes.
You can also view your registraon date in your WebSMART
account at
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11 units or fewer are not required to pay the Enrollment Fee
and Health Fee. I
Materials & Course Access Fees: Some courses may require
payment of a materials fee (See course descripon in class
schedule). Students are expected to purchase their own
textbooks as recommended or required for their college
courses. This includes any Inclusive Access textbook fees
that are required for the class.
 To park a motor vehicle (excluding motorcycles)
on campus campus Monday-Friday, students are required to
pay a parking fee. Students may purchase semester-length or
two-term (fall/spring) parking permits online via WebSMART at Daily permits are also available at permit
dispensers on campus. Learn more at:ons.php
Fees are subject to change. Payment for any assessed fees
should be paid online at
The Course Request Form should be submied and approved by the Admissions and Records Oce as
early as possible. Registraon will begin as of the dates below.
Summer Session 2020
New and connuing HS student
registraon begins on
Classes begin on
Deadline to submit Course Request
Fall Semester 2020
New and connuing HS student
registraon begins on
Classes begin on
Deadline to submit Course Request
New and connuing HS
student registraon begins on
Deadline to submit Course Request
 The following condions might aect or delay college admission: insucient me for applicaon and Course
Request Form processing, placement tesng, prerequisite vericaon, and/or limited college course oerings.
General Concurrent Enrollment
Dual Enrollment
Middle College
Jump Start
Cañada College
College of San Mateo
Skyline College
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Year: 2 0
Please provide the informaon requested below and enter the G# sent to your email aer you have applied for admission.
Course Request Form
Student ID # (G#)
Student Name (Last) (First) (M.I)
Legal Address City State
Zip Code 
Student Email 
Your high school approves your eligibility to parcipate. You should not take remedial courses or courses already oered by your high school.
CRN Subject   Title  Units
ACTG 121 AB Financial Accounng T/Th 7-9:30 5.0
You can only take course authorized by your high school.
 All applicants are required to fulll course prerequisites. A prerequisite is a condion of enrollment that a student is
required to meet in order to demonstrate current readiness for enrollment in a course. 
Most universies will accept transferable or baccalaureate level
courses taken at community colleges to counoward the student’s baccalaureate degree. Private universies may not accept college work if used
for high school credit (check with the parcular private university for further informaon). Students should work with their high school counselors
to determine how college courses will work toward high school graduaon requirements.
Transcripts/Grades: Grades are not mailed upon compleon of the semester. Grades and unocial records can be accessed online through
WebSMART at Students may request ocial college transcripts online via WebSMART and it is the students’ responsibility
to provide transcripts to requesng instuons, including high schools.
(Choose only one)
Signature of Student
 The primary responsibility for determining
which classes a student should choose rests with the student
and the high school counselor. The student assumes the
responsibility for obtaining high school counselor/principal
and parental permission when applying for admission and
parcipang in the Concurrent Enrollment Program. The
Course Request Form must be fully completed with all
required signatures. Incomplete forms will not be processed.
Ocial withdrawal is the responsibility of
the student. A student who does not ocially withdraw may
receive a penalty grade. Details on these policies are in the
class schedule. Note: Grades earned and withdrawals processed
at the college become part of your permanent grade.
Code of Conduct/Academic Standards: A concurrently
enrolled student is expected to complete all course
requirements, maintain a 2.0 grade point average or beer
in all college courses, and adhere to the College’s Student
Code of Conduct
(refer to the College Catalog and/or Student
College Records: All college coursework for which a grade
is issued becomes part of the permanent, academic college
record of the student. Once enrolled in college, all rights to
access student educaon records belong to the student.
Students must provide wrien authorizaon for others to
access their educaon records.
The signature below indicates parental or guardian’s permission for the student to enroll at one of the SMCCCD colleges and the understanding
that the student will be taking classes in a mature environment on a college campus. The college does not assume any responsibility for
changes a student makes to his/her schedule, this includes all full-me enrollment fees if a student enrolls for 11.5 or more units. The college
is unable to release student records without wrien permission from the student.
I have reviewed the academic record of the student named above and recommend this student for admission to the Concurrent Enrollment
Program. I cerfy that this student can benet from this advanced scholasc or vocaonal course work. I understand for any grade level in my
school I may not recommend for community college summer session aendance more than ve percent of the total number of pupils who
completed that grade prior to this recommendaon, excluding Middle College High School students.
Signature and Title of Above
Cañada College
4200 Farm Hill Blvd.
Redwood City, CA 94061
Phone: 650-306-3226
Fax: 650-306-3113
College of San Mateo
1700 West Hillsdale Blvd.
San Mateo, CA 94402
Phone: 650-574-6165
Fax: 650-574-6506
Skyline College
3300 College Drive
San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone: 650-738-4251
Fax: 650-738-4200
Before subming this form, conrm the following tasks shown below have been completed. Failure to complete them
may result in your Course Request Form being denied.
Apply Online to Selected College Complete Assessment
(if required) Student Signature
Parent/Guardian Signature High School/Counselor Approval/Signature
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