Concurrent Enrollment

Steps to Apply and Enroll
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Click on the links below for step-by-step instructions. We have provided you with a video to walk you through the process, as well as printable instructions for applying and enrolling.

Watch the videoPrintable steps to create an account and applyPrintable steps to activate MyWashburn and WU-View

Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP)

  • Earn college credit while taking courses at your high school.
  • Save money by receiving 50% tuition discount: Your cost is $141 per credit hour*, Business courses are $163. *Tuition rates are subject to change per Board of Regents approval.
  • With a 3.0 or higher GPA you can begin to take classes your sophomore year.
  • The program is designed to give you a jump-start on your college education.
  • All general education courses transfer to any public institution in Kansas.
  • Prepare yourself for an enriching and rigorous academic experience. 
  • Your classes will be taught by instructors who are qualified to teach college-level courses.
  • You will master the same skills and content knowledge as your University counterparts and earn the same college credit.
  • The program is compliant with standards outlined by the Kansas Board of Regents and the Higher Learning Commission.

Ichabod Senior Academy

Take your education to the next level and join us on campus during the spring semester of your senior year in the Senior Academy.

  • You must have a 3.5 or higher GPA and be nominated by your high school principal or counselor.
  • Take this opportunity to experience campus and the enviroment of a college classroom.
  • All Senior Academy students will enroll in HN202/UNIV101: A transition course to enhance your college success.You and can earn additional credit hours by taking one or two additional courses on campus.
  • You will earn college credit at half the rate of normal tuition: Your cost is $141 per credit hour*, Business courses are $163. *Tuition rates are subject to change per Board of Regents approval.
  • You will visit with advisors to create a preliminary academic plan to jump-start your college career.

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Success Story

Washburn graduate Brooklyn Breckenridge got a head start on her her college career in the Concurrent Enrollment Program. Brooklyn earned enough college credits in high school to allow her to earn a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice just two years after graduating from Washburn Rural. Brooklyn majored in Corrections and received a minor in Psychology at Washburn. "Taking dual credit classes in high school jump-started my future," she said. "I am so blessed to have graduated high school with 27 college credits allowing me to save time and money once I reached college. The work you put in while in high school pays off in college."