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Concurrent Enrollment Program forms:
Concurrent Enrollment College Agreement
This form is required for all Concurrent Enrollment Programs with tuition paid by your school district each semester. This form must be signed by all required signatures before being submitted.
Earn College Credit at Red Rocks Checklist
If you plan to take classes at Red Rocks, this checklist will help you through all the steps of admission and registration.
Earn College Credit at Your High School Campus Checklist Spring 2016
If you plan to take college level coursework offered at your high school, this checklist will help you through the required admission and registration steps.
Filling out the Red Rocks Community College Application
A step-by-step guide to filling out the RRCC Application
ASCENT Program Forms:
If you are participating in the ASCENT Program, this checklist will help you through the required admission and registration steps.
ASCENT Agreement and Registration Form
This form is required for the ASCENT Program with tuition paid by your school district each semester. This form must be signed by all required signatures before being submitted.
Underage Admission Waiver Requests:
Underage Waiver for Admissions
Students under the age of 17 who are not participating in the Concurrent Enrollment Program with a high school district must request a Waiver for Admissions Requirements for Underage Students. This form includes a list of requirements, instructions and the Waiver Request Form.
Placement Testing, Accuplacer, ACT, and SAT Resources:
Test Score Requirements
All Concurrent Enrollment students are required to participate in assessment by taking the RRCC placement test or by submitting ACT or SAT scores before registration. Some Academic courses offered on the high school campuses require specific minimum scores which you can find on this list.
College Opportunity Fund Forms:
Registration/Schedule Change Form
This form is used to register, drop and withdraw from Red Rocks classes. Forms must be submitted with a photo I.D. to the High School Relations or Admissions Offices.
High School vs. College: A General Comparison
As you can imagine, high schools and colleges vary significantly across the country. Thus, educational experiences can differ radically from school to school and from student to student. This comparison chart illustrates general differences between high school and college.
Demographic Change Form
This form is used to change your major, correct your address or Social Security Number. The form must be submitted to the High School Relations or Admissions Office with a photo ID and supporting documentation.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) was designed to protect your (student) privacy of educational records. In accordance with FERPA, RRCC will will disclose academic records and information to third parties with written consent from the student. If you would like to give permission to a family member or another third party to access your information, you can complete and submit (in person) this written consent form.