UACCM Student

High School Concurrent Student


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

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    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


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:

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

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    Complete College Credits While In Grades 9 Through 12

    Mandatory Fees Waived

    Opportunities for Increased Academic Rigor


UACCM CORE Academies

The UACCM CORE Academies provide students with an affordable jumpstart in completing the Arkansas 35-hour General Education Core requirement before graduating high school. The 35-hour General Education Core is transferable to all degrees and public colleges in the state of Arkansas. Students enrolled in a UACCM CORE Academy will be enrolled in UACCM courses at the high school, online, and/or on the UACCM campus.

South Conway County: UACCM CORE ACADEMY

  • 3 credit hours — English/Communications
  • 9 credit hours — Mathematics
  • 3 credit hours — U.S. History/Government
  • 6 credit hours — Social Sciences
  • 8 credit hours — Science
  • 6 credit hours — Fine Arts/Humanities

Greenbrier School District: UACCM CORE+ IMPACT ACADEMY

  • 9 credit hours — English/Communications
  • 3 credit hours — Mathematics
  • 3 credit hours — U.S. History/Government
  • 6 credit hours — Social Sciences
  • 8 credit hours — Science
  • 6 credit hours — Fine Arts/Humanities
  • 15 credit hours — Directed General Electives
  • 10 credit hours — Institutional Requirements/Approved Electives

Participating Schools

School districts participating in the concurrent program for 2023-2024 are listed below.  If your school district is not listed, you cannot enroll in concurrent courses for the 2023-2024 academic year; however, you may contact the Director of Advising and Concurrent Enrollment to inquire about your school district being added for the 2024-2025 academic year.

  • Arkansas Connections Academy
  • Arkansas Virtual Academy
  • Atkins School District
  • Clinton School District
  • Clarksville School District (Satellite Campus)
  • Conway School District
  • Danville School District
  • Dover School District
  • East End School District (Bigelow)
  • Greenbrier School District
  • Guy Perkins School District 
  • 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
  • Vilonia High School (non-career center courses only)
  • Virtual Arkansas
  • Wonderview School District

Orientation Requirements

Concurrent Orientation

All entering high school students taking a course on the UACCM campus for the first time during the fall semester are required to attend Concurrent Orientation. Students are encouraged to bring one parent/guardian to orientation. No Concurrent Orientation will be held for the spring or summer semesters.