What is Concurrent Enrollment?
Trinidad State is excited you have chosen to take classes while you are in high school!
Concurrent Enrollment is designed for high school students looking for a challenge
and also provides college credit while still in high school. The Trinidad State Concurrent
Enrollment program lowers the initial higher education investment by providing college
credit at low or zero cost to each student and prepares students for a seamless transfer
to college by providing the experience of being a college student. Credits earned
through Trinidad State will transfer to all 13 Colorado Community Colleges in addition
to transferring to state universities with the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreements, for more information on transfer go to: https://cdhe.colorado.gov/guided-pathways-guaranteed-transfer.
High schools work with Trinidad State through a contract agreement to provide Concurrent Enrollment opportunities in southern Colorado. While some high schools offer Concurrent Enrollment classes on the high school campus, other students attend college classes on the Trinidad State campus, while others utilize the Trinidad State Online course offerings. Check with your high school to learn more about the opportunities offered through your school district. All Concurrent Enrollment courses offered through Trinidad State for credit are taught by qualified instructors.
- Complete the Trinidad State application
- Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend
- Concurrent Enrollment College Agreement
- Register for classes with your high school advisor and Trinidad State Admissions Coordinator
- Activate your Student Portal with your Student issued ID Number
- Academics and Admissions
Advising, Course Catalog, Course Schedule, Disability Services, Testing Center, Transcript Request, Transfer and Quick Help.
Trinidad Campus (TC) and Valley Campus (VC)
- Student Life
Student Life - Trinidad Campus, Student Life - Valley Campus, Campus Calendar, Student Handbook
D2L Login (must login to TS Connect Portal first), IT Services, Student Email, Student Portal (TS Connect Portal)
- Student Rights and Responsibilities
Career Services, Student Learning Center (VC), Student Success Center (TC)
While in high school, students are responsible for any costs associated with their classes the high school does not cover. Check out college scholarships and financial aid links for financial support after you graduate from your high school. Trinidad State is here to help you with your future whether your goals are a short-term certificate or a transfer degree to a university.
Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator
Trinidad and Valley Campuses
Dean of Instruction