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Concurrent enrollment is when you are enrolled in a class for which you receive both high school credit and college credit. The class may be on your co-op site, online, or on a UA PTC campus. This process is only for our agreed-upon classes and not for the ‘regular’ UA PTC classes.

1. Apply online.

Choose high-school student from the options. You must have a social security number to apply online. If you do not have a social security number, contact the director of admissions at (501) 812-2232.

2. Set up your MyPTC Portal and student e-mail.

The MyPTC Portal and your UA PTC student email address are your connection to all things UA Pulaski Tech. Once your application is processed, you’ll receive an email to let you know your MyPTC Portal account is ready for you to set up and use.

3. Complete your required items.

As a Concurrent Early College student you must submit:

  • ECCHO Early College Enrollment Form
    -This form must be completed EVERY semester and must be signed by you, your parent or
    guardian, and must include the courses you are interested in taking.
  • Transcript
    -Must show you have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA
  • Letter of Intent to Homeschool
  • ACT or COMPASS scores showing you are eligible for selected courses
    -ACT scores must be the official score sheet mailed to your house or printed from ACT in front of a UA PTC staff member.

The ECCHO chairperson (or other designee) will collect documents from all interested students and will submit to UA PTC as a bundle. Please do not send documents to UA PTC admissions if you are taking the partnership classes.

You can find your personalized list of required items on the “Admissions” tab of the MyPTC Portal.

4. Get registered.

Once PTC has the applications and documents from you and your high school, the Early College Coordinator will enroll you and your fellow students into the designated classes.

5. Pay for your classes and buy your books.

Pay for your classes by the deadline in the UA PTC academic calendar or the date established by ECCHO. You are responsible for purchasing or obtaining your course textbook. You are not required to use a specific bookstore to purchase your supplies.

6. Get Informed!

Read the Early College Student Handbook(PDF).

ECCHO Step-by-step Enrollment Process

Monday, November 20, 2017