Concurrent Enrollment

The Concurrent Enrollment program at Atlantic Cape is available to local area high school students who would like to take courses at Atlantic Cape while still in high school.

  • Students may choose classes on any of our three campuses or online. 
  • Courses may meet high school graduation requirements and fulfill college degree requirements. (should the student enroll in the College after high school).
  • Courses are during the fall, spring and summer semesters.
  • Students must complete the Application for Admission.
  • Students must send a letter of recommendation from the student's guidance counselor to the Admissions Office.
  • Students must then meet the testing requirement: minimum PARCC, SAT or ACT scores* OR by taking the College's ACCUPLACER placement test. (These results will determine the student's course level and eligibility to enroll in classes.)
  • Students' grades will appear along with the course credits on their Atlantic Cape transcript.
  • A transcript may be requested for other colleges.
  • Students cannot take more than 11 credits per semester.
  • General Atlantic Cape tuition and fees apply.
  • Students are considered non-degree seeking, and are not eligible for financial aid.
Meet Our Local High School Students Earning College Credits

Meet Andy Caceres

andy caceres Andy Caceres is a junior at Pleasantville High School and enrolled in the "Early College" student program, he took advantage of the dual and concurrent credit programs at Atlantic Cape. Andy takes classes remotely at Atlantic Cape while still attending high school. He knows the programs allow him to get a head start earning his college degree. This opportunity was something he felt had to take advantage of, “not many schools offer this program and I felt it would be a shame to miss out on it. Andy feels enrolling in the program has benefited him in many ways. “I take college classes not typically offered at high schools, earn credits for free, all while experiencing college life. The program at Atlantic Cape has given me a leg up when it comes to college, it has helped me become a better writer, reader, and problem solver.”

For More Help

Contact your high school guidance office or:

Atlantic Cape's Admissions Office

(609) 343-5000

admissions@atlantic.edu