ALC Concurrent Enrollment

Welcome to the ALC Concurrent Enrollment Page!


ALC UVU CE classes with prerequisites (click link to see prerequisites):

Please be aware that fees for all UVU testing center services are set by the University and are subject to change without notice.

The scores you must receive on the Accuplacer test to qualify for English1010 are as follows:

English 1010: 250-300 Both Reading and Writing

Deadlines:

UVU FALL 2022:

Admissions and registration are currently open

SEPTEMBER 9, 2022 --

Last day to complete UVU CE admissions

SEPTEMBER 12, 2022 --

Last day to complete course sign ups

SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 --

Tuition is due ($5 per credit, payable online to UVU)

OCTOBER 19, 2022 --

Last day to drop without a W (Fall courses)

JANUARY 11, 2022 --

Last day to WITHDRAW WITH a 'W' from full year courses

WEBER STATE FALL 2022:

Admissions is open

AUGUST 16, 2022--

Registration opens

SEPTEMBER 10, 2022 --

Last day to complete admissions

SEPTEMBER 17, 2022 --

Last day to complete registration (course-sign up)

NOVEMBER 12, 2022 --

Last day to withdraw from fall courses

FEBRUARY 25, 2022

Last day to withdraw from year long courses



UVU & Weber do NOT extend deadlines.

FERPA:

How are my PARENT rights different for my Concurrent Enrollment student than a regular college student?

We know what an important partner parents can be in their student's success at UVU. We look forward to working with you to help your student have a good experience in college. Parents need to be aware that because of FERPA privacy laws, UVU cannot give information about their student's account to anyone except the student... ...even if they are under the age of 18. Students who have questions regarding their concurrent enrollment classes should make primary contact with UVU or the ALC's Concurrent Enrollment Facilitator, Mrs. Ronda Hair. UVU requires that the student be present when answering questions regarding their accounts.

PARENTS: We strongly encourage you to let your child register themselves. Stand by to help them if problems arise, but let them do the work. This is a valuable skill that will serve them well as they transition to college after high school.