Concurrent Credit with Washburn

Topeka Public Schools and Washburn University (WU) 

The goal of concurrent enrollment is to enhance the transition from high school to college by providing eligible students the option of earning WU academic credit at a reduced tuition rate for the successful completion of a select group of courses. The dual credit courses are limited to juniors and seniors who have at least a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA. Additionally, students enrolling in College Algebra must either score 22 on the ACT Math Exam or the equivalent score on the COMPASS Math Test. Students enrolling in AP Statistics must either score a 25 on the ACT Math Exam or the equivalent score on the COMPASS Math Test. Courses offered for concurrent credit are:

THS CEP Courses Fall 2017

http://www.washburn.edu/admissions/non-degree-high-school/cep/student-parent.html

Washburn University Accelerated College Experience (ACE) 

The Accelerated College Experience (ACE) program is designed to expand access to academically challenging 
college curricula for qualified high school students through a combination of Concurrent Enrollment Partnership 
(CEP) courses, the Senior Academy (SA), and selected online courses. High school juniors and seniors with at least 
a 3.0 GPA can earn up to six hours of college credit each semester at half the regular tuition rate through the ACE 
program. Students must have the approval of their high school principal or counselor (and their parent or legal 
guardian if under 18) to enroll in these courses. 


Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (CEP) Courses 

These courses are taught at the participating high schools during the regular school day and have the same 
requirements as the courses taught on the Washburn University campus. The courses vary by high school. A CEP 
program orientation and registration session is held at each high school in both the fall and spring. Students should 
contact the program liaison, Kayla Banzhaf, at Topeka High School for specific times, dates, and course information. 


Senior Academy 

The Senior Academy is another opportunity for high school second-semester seniors to earn an additional nine 
hours of academic credit on the Washburn University campus. The courses meet from 8:00 to 11:00 am on 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Students must have completed at least six hours of CEP or other ACE courses 
with at least a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the Senior Academy. They must also submit a brief application that 
includes a letter of recommendation from their high school principal or counselor, and if under 18, must have the 
approval of the parent or legal guardian to participate in the Academy.

ACCUPLACER Exam

The ACCUPLACER math exam can be taken on the Washburn campus on the following dates. The exam normally takes about an hour to complete. 

CCUPLACER TESTING INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT:

 http://www.washburn.edu/academics/center-student-success/testing/exams-offered/placement-testing.html


For more information contact Mrs. Weyand or visit www.washburn.edu/ace.

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AUTUMN WEYAND,
Aug 28, 2017, 11:35 AM