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 an associate degree while meeting high school graduation requirements.
UACCM Career Center
Earn Credentials Valued by Employers While In Grades 11 Through 12
Tuition, Fees, and Supplies for Technical Courses Paid Through the Office of Skills Development
Hands-On Training with State-of-the-Art Equipment
Automotive Service Technology
Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology
Emergency Medical Technician
Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology
Other Concurrent Programs
Complete College Credits While In Grades 9 Through 12
Mandatory Fees Waived
Opportunities for Increased Academic Rigor
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.
Certain restrictions and eligibility criteria apply. See the High School Concurrent Admission page for more information.
The following schools have a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with UACCM to offer concurrent credit for the 2019-2020 academic year:
- Clinton School District
- Conway School District
- Danville School District
- Dover School District
- East End School District (Bigelow)
- Greenbrier School District
- Guy Perkins School District (Pending)
- Home School
- Nemo Vista School District
- Perryville School District
- Pottsville School District
- Quitman School District
- Sacred Heart Catholic School
- South Conway County School District (Morrilton)
- South Side Bee Branch School District
- Wonderview School District
Each school district determines which courses/programs students are eligible to enroll in (such as if students may enroll in Career Center courses). If your school is not listed above, you may not enroll in concurrent courses for the 2019-2020 academic year. However, you may contact the Director of Academic Advising and Career Services to inquire about your school possibly being added for the 2020-2021 academic year.
All concurrently enrolled high school students will be required to complete the On-Campus New Student Orientation. Concurrent students will be enrolled in this orientation when they meet with a UACCM Advisor.
In addition to attending the On-Campus New Student Orientation, concurrently enrolled high school students must also attend the High School Concurrent Student Meeting. It is required that a parent/guardian attend the High School Concurrent Student Meeting with their student.