Concurrent Enrollment

EAOP and DCAC are excited to bring back our Concurrent Enrollment program. This year, we partnering with Community Colleges around the Bay Area to offer our 10th and 11th-grade students the opportunity to enroll in the spring courses. This will allow our students to build a competitive college application profile. In addition to the course they are enrolled in, students will attend academic skill-building seminars as well as tutoring support to ensure successful completion of the program. Students will select from a list of transferable courses which will appear on official transcripts and help build their college applications by the time they are ready to apply.

Program Dates and Location

EAOP and DCAC will host a student and family orientation in early January and actual courses will take place from January through May depending on the course they are enrolled in. The course location will vary depending on the community college and individual courses. Supplemental mandatory academic skill-building seminars will take place on six Saturdays through the spring semester at the UC Berkeley or San Jose City College campus.

Community College Partners

  • Berkeley City College
  • Contra Costa College
  • Chabot College
  • Laney College
  • Los Medanos College
  • San Jose City College

Program Fees

Academic programs are at no cost to program participants. Supplemental support will be provided to students for any course materials associated with the courses they are enrolled in.

Admission Criteria and Requirements

Students who are interested in the program must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be enrolled in a partner school or program

  • Must be a current 10th or 11th-grade student

  • Must be in good academic standing with at least a 2.50 GPA in their a-g coursework

Additional requirement:

  • Students must also be eligible to be concurrently enrolled in community college per their school site regulations


1. When is the Concurrent Enrollment Program?

Our 10th- and 11th-grade EAOP/DCAC students interested in the Concurrent Enrollment program will be enrolled in the Spring semester at their local community college.

The spring semester runs from the 3rd week of January through the 3rd week of May. Days and times may vary depending on the selected course(s).

Students who participate in EAOP’s Concurrent Enrollment program will also attend six (6) Saturday Academic Study Skills Seminars throughout the Spring semester.

2. What is the Application Process?

EAOP/DCAC students must complete a Concurrent Enrollment application by November 4, 2022.

There is a three-step process to participate in the EAOP/DCAC Concurrent Enrollment Program:

Step 1: EAOP students must complete an EAOP Concurrent Enrollment application by November 4, 2022

Step 2: Complete the self-selected Community College’s Enrollment Application

Step 3: Complete the Community College’s Special Admit Form (Concurrent Enrollment Form)

3. What classes do students take?

Students can select their desired course from a curated Concurrent Enrollment course list. Typically, these courses will be UC/CSU transferrable courses.

4. Do students receive high school credit?

Selected courses will be acceptable for high school credit. Students who would like to receive high school credit from their college courses must consult with their high school counselor. The majority of the courses from the curated list will be UC/CSU transferable courses and will be on their community college transcript.

5. How much does Concurrent Enrollment program cost?

Academic programs are at no cost to program participants. Supplemental support will be provided to students for any course materials associated with the courses they are enrolled in.

6. How can I obtain a copy of my Community College transcript?

Students can obtain a copy of their community college transcript from their community college’s online student portal.

For more information about Concurrent Enrollment, contact Emerald Young, Associate Director of Academic Enrichment.