Concurrent Enrollment Registration and Applications are handled slightly differently at each school so it’s best to check with the high school counselor or dean with any questions. Generally, after students register for their classes at the high school for the next year, they will need to apply to Anoka-Ramsey online. Many schools schedule time in their computer labs to complete the application as a group, while others may require students to complete it on their own.
After students have applied, the high school will supply Anoka-Ramsey with the qualifying documentation and final list of students. Anoka-Ramsey’s admissions office will then accept the qualified students.
By the 5th day of classes, students will be registered for their classes either by registering online in their Concurrent Enrollment courses during the first week, or through class lists submitted by the high school. Concurrent Enrollment students must follow the same registration windows that all on campus students do.
Add: Students may be added to a course through the 5th business day after the class has started. Students are responsible for either adding their course online, or working with their high school counselor/dean to be added to the course by the 5th day deadline.
Drop: Students can drop a course before it starts, and through the 5th business day after the class has started. A drop will not be reflected on a student transcript, and it will be as though the student was never registered for the course. Students are responsible for either dropping their course online, or working with their high school counselor/dean to drop the course by the 5th day deadline.
Withdraw: Students can withdraw starting the 6th day of the course, through 80% of the course length. A withdraw will stay on the student’s academic record, and can affect their Academic Standing with Anoka-Ramsey (see Satisfactory Academic Progress section). Students are responsible for either withdrawing from the course online, or filling out a withdraw form with their high school counselor/dean to withdraw by the specified date for their course.