10. Can I take online or remedial college courses?
New Concurrent Enrollment (CE) students usually take traditional, in-class college courses to experience college life and to develop strong self-advocacy, time management, and communication skills. Online courses may be authorized for returning CE students after exhausting college courses on high school and PPCC campuses. Parents are responsible for digital texts or access codes, lab kits, and other associated costs for online courses.
Remedial courses such as ENG94 or MAT250/300 may be funded through Concurrent Enrollment in the 12th grade year only. AAA1009 Advanced Academic Achievement, a 3-credit college success course, is required by PPCC for students testing into some remedial level courses.
Remedial courses are not permitted in the ASCENT or TREP programs.