UACCM’s concurrent enrollment program allows high school and home school students to enroll in college-level technical courses or college-transfer courses. These students can complete a certificate or associate degree while meeting high school graduation requirements.
UACCM Career Center
Earn Credentials While In Grades 10 Through 12 That Are Valued by Employers
Tuition, Fees, and Supplies for Technical Courses Paid Through the Office of Skills Development
Hands-On Training with State-of-the-Art Equipment
Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology
Automotive Service Technology
Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology
Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology
Computer Information Systems Technology
Emergency Medical Technician
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology
UACCM Satellite Campus—Clarksville High School
UACCM has partnered with the Clarksville School District to provide students, grades 10-12, the opportunity to earn college credit while completing nursing or C.A.T.S. courses at Clarksville High School. Students can complete coursework in Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology (IMMT), Medical Professions—Nursing Assisting, and Welding Technology.
Students can earn college credit for the following classes:
- ACR 1404 Introduction to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
- BIOL 2004 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
- HLSC 1003 Medical Terminology
- ELEC 1204 Fundamentals of Electricity
- NUR 1004 Nursing Assisting
- TECH 1101 Understanding OSHA Regulations Basic
- TECH 2003 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
- WLD 1202 Craft Skills
- WLD 1001L Basic Welding
- WLD 1406 Shielded Metal Arc Welding
- WLD 1203 Gas Metal Arc Welding
Students completing the required college level coursework in IMMT will earn a Certificate of Proficiency in Basic Maintenance and Safety. Students completing the required college level coursework in Nursing Assisting will earn a Certificate of Proficiency in Nursing Assisting.
Other Concurrent Programs
Career Specific Programs
Get relevant, hands-on training to quickly move into a career.
Complete the general education requirements to transfer to a four-year university.
UACCM CORE Academy
The UACCM CORE Academy is a new concurrent enrollment partnership between UACCM and the South Conway County School District. Through this program, students have the opportunity to complete the Arkansas 35-hour General Education Core requirement before they graduate high school. The 35-hour General Education Core is transferable to all degrees and all public colleges in the state of Arkansas. Students enrolled in the UACCM CORE Academy will be enrolled in UACCM courses at the high school, online, and/or on the UACCM campus.
The CORE Academy provides students with an affordable jumpstart on their college career by taking advantage of the Conway County School Counts program and the Arkansas Concurrent Challenge Scholarship.
1st Fall Semester
- HIST 1003 Western Civilization I (3 hrs)
1st Spring Semester
- MUS 2003 Music Appreciation (3 hrs)
2nd Fall Semester
2nd Spring Semester
3rd Fall Semester
- Mathematics (3 hrs)*
- BIOL 1004 Fundamentals of Biology (4 hrs)
- SPH 2303 Intro. to Oral Comm. (3 hrs)
3rd Spring Semester
- ENG 2213 World Literature I (3 hrs)
- Social Science (3 hrs)*
*While these courses will be available to you without leaving the SCCSD campus a different course may be more appropriate for you given your academic interests. Meet with your UACCM advisor to determine which course is appropriate for you.
School districts participating in the concurrent program for 2021-2022 are listed below. Each school district determines which courses/programs students are eligible to enroll in (for example: if students can enroll in Second Career Center courses). If your school district is not listed, you cannot enroll in concurrent courses for the 2021-2022 academic year; however, you may contact the Director of Advising and Concurrent Enrollment to inquire about your school district being added for the 2022-2023 academic year.
- Atkins School District
- Clinton School District
- Clarksville School District
- Conway School District (non-career center courses)
- Danville School District
- Dover School District
- East End School District (Bigelow)
- Greenbrier School District
- Guy Perkins School District
- Hector High School
- Home School
- Mayflower School District
- Nemo Vista School District
- Perryville School District
- Pottsville School District
- Russellville School District
- Sacred Heart Catholic School
- Scranton School District (Clarksville High School Satellite Campus)
- South Conway County School District (Morrilton)
- South Side Bee Branch School District
- Two Rivers (career center courses)
- Western Yell County
- Wonderview School District
New Student Orientation
Any high school student taking a course(s) ON the UACCM campus is required to attend New Student Orientation.
Encourage your parent/guardian to participate in Parent Orientation so they can learn more about UACCM and ways to help you be successful in college. An online version of Parent Orientation is available as well as in-person. If they prefer to attend in-person, Parent Orientation meetings are available each summer to discuss the contents of the guide. Limited space is available, so reserve a seat today.