Concurrent Enrollment Program
Concurrent Enrollment Description and Regulations:
Chabot College provides opportunities for high school students in
the 10th, 11th or 12th grade to enroll in
college-level, degree-applicable courses for advanced scholastic or
advanced vocational purposes. Students who desire to participate in
concurrent enrollment must be recommended by their high school
principal or designee and have written parental permission.
Concurrently enrolled students will be permitted to enroll in no
more than six units per semester or two classes. The students will
be treated as regular college students and are expected to comply
with all college rules and regulations. At the completion of the
course, the student receives college credit. They must arrange for
their own transportation to and from the college and provide their
own books and equipment.
APPLY EARLY. Don't wait the last minute. Students should
begin process for concurrent enrollment at least one month before
the registration dates below to allow time for application
processing, Director's approval, assessment, and course
- Complete Chabot College
Application for Admissions online.
- Read Enrollment Conditions and complete
Recommendation for Concurrent Enrollment form;
obtain all necessary signatures.
Release of Personal Information/Emergency form.
- Submit current High School transcript.
- Home school students should submit a copy of their R4
affidavits. (CA Ed Code, section 33190)
- Submit all required forms together by the deadline in-person or
ATTN: Concurrent Enrollment
Office of Admissions and Records, Bldg. 700
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94545
- After all required documents are received,
your paperwork will be forward to the Director of Admissions and
Records for approval. You will be notified by email of your approved
recommendation and be given a date when you can register using the
CLASS-Web online registration system. Please allow at least 3
working days for a response.
||Deadline to submit
all required documents**
||June 9, 2014
||August 4, 2014
* Paperwork received after these dates
will be able to register after Chabot College Director of Admissions approval.
** No Exception if these dates have passed.**
If you are intending to take any Math, English, or Chemistry
classes or any classes with a prerequisite in Math or English, you
must take the Assessment test to determine your ability in college
course(s). Students are strongly advised to take the Math or English
assessment to determine their ability to benefit from college level
courses. For schedule, please visit
Assessment Center website.
English Department Policy
Concurrently enrolled students 16 years or older who have achieved
at least junior standing (or the demonstrated equivalent) in high
school may enroll in transfer/associate level English classes if
they score for English 1A on the English Placement Test and students
under 16 who have not achieved junior standing (or
demonstrated equivalent) in high school may not
enroll in English class at Chabot College. No concurrently enrolled
students may enroll in English classes below the transfer/associate
degree level (i.e. English 100 level classes).
Click here for full English Policy.
- Student who receive approval confirmation may begin to register
for courses during the dates listed above.
- Students will automatically be dropped from courses not approved
by Chabot College and their school.
- RESTRICTED COURSES: Enrollment in in P.E. or
basic skills courses (i.e. ENGL 100 level classes, MATH 105/L, and
all ESL courses) are not
allowed. (Title 5 Regulation, Section 55002)
Enrollment fees are waived for students in the
concurrent enrollment program. However, a $3.00 mailing fee is
assessed to all concurrent enrollment students in order to provide
grade reports at the end of the term. The Health Services Fee of $15
for the Summer session and $17 for the Fall/Spring semester are
mandatory. Students may be charged for materials fee (if
non-resident, and out-of-state students will be assessed tuition of
If you have any questions, call the Admissions & Records
Office, (510) 723-6700 or email