New/Prospective Concurrent Enrollment Instructors

New/Prospective Instructors

Thank you for your interest in becoming a RRCC Concurrent Enrollment Instructor. To start the academic approval process please complete the following steps:

  • Please have the following information and documents ready to submit with your application:

    • Current resume
    • Copies of transcripts
    • Day-to-day syllabus/curriculum for each RRCC course requested
      • Contact hours, or the number of hours spent in the classroom for this course over a typical term
      • For Guaranteed Transfer (GT) Courses and transferable electives:
        • List of all graduate courses and credit hours complete in content area along with course descriptions and/or link to graduate program webpage with course information and/or syllabi.
      • For CTE Courses:
        • Completed CTE Credentialing Packet 
        • Current state-issued secondary CTE Credential
        • Include copies of transcripts for any coursework completed such as EDU 250 or EDU 222 or EDU 266 (if applicable)

Complete the Concurrent Enrollment Instructor Application Here (external link) 

Academic Approval Request Deadlines:

  • Fall Semester: March 15
  • Spring Semester: October 15

Instructor Qualifications:

General Education (GT Transfer) and transferable electives

Master's degree in content area or any masters degree with minimum 18 graduate hours in content area. Includes CTE transferable electives.

Career Tech Education

Occupational experience verification form for all positions held within the last 7 years (5 years for the health science programs) related to the field in which you are applying to teach.

  • An applicant with a related Bachelor's degree or higher - 2,000 hours
  • An applicant with a related Associate's degree or Industry license, certification or at the minimum a high school diploma - 4,000 hours
  • Health areas must provide 4,000 occupational hours regardless of the degree they hold
  • Some CTE courses will require additional instructor certifications (i.e. CPR, OSHA, etc.)

Your submitted application and documents will be submitted to the RRCC department chair/lead for review. After review by the department chair/dean, the Concurrent Enrollment Instructional Manager will notify you of the decision regarding your application to offer C.E. at your high school.


Instructor Responsibilities:


What to expect after you have been approved:

  1. Complete mandatory online onboarding.
  2. Human Resources Office generates an RRCC employee S# and email address.  The S# gives you RRCC access to the web portal "The Rock" and online course shells through Desire2Learn (D2L).
  3. Frequent communication with your department chair/lead throughout the semester.
  4. Department chair/lead will conduct a classroom observation (annual visit).
  5. Students will complete a Student Opinion of Instruction (SOI) at the end of each course.
  6. Course syllabi posted on your D2L course shell to reflect RRCC competencies and requirements. (Instructors may also be required to provide additional materials and/or use RRCC exams to ensure consistency).
  7. All CE instructors are expected to respond within 48-72 hours (excluding weekends/holidays) to their RRCC department chairs/department liaison communications.
  8. Instructors, counselors and district representatives will assist the Concurrent Enrollment Office in the student registration process.
  9. Concurrent Enrollment Instructors will be required to submit final grades into the RRCC Banner system (through The Rock portal using your S#) 48 hours after the last class date. (Directions on how to enter grades will be provided during the March meeting or through the Onboard Training. 



Concurrent Enrollment Instructor Checklist PDF icon

Accessible Syllabus TemplatePDF icon

Accessible Syllabus InsertPDF icon

CCCS Statement of Standards