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Butte College Concurrent Enrollment

About Concurrent Enrollment
The Concurrent Enrollment Program allows students to enroll in college courses while simultaneously attending their high school/middle school.  Credits earned through this program may be used to fulfill high school and college certificate, transfer, or graduation requirements.
 
Who Participates?
Any student that is currently enrolled in high school or jr. high may participate in concurrent enrollment.
 
Cost?
Enrollment and service fees are waived for concurrent enrollment students.  Course material fees and textbooks are not currently waived and may be an additional cost.
 
Credit Transfer
Transfer of Butte Credits to CUSD credits*
 
1 Butte unit = 3 credits        1.5 Butte units= 5 credits        3 Butte units= 10 credits
 
*40 Credits is the maximum amount that can be applied to CUSD Diploma requirements.
 

Butte College Reg2Go

What is Reg2Go?The Butte College Reg2Go
Program works with local high schools to inspire, support and provide the necessary tools to successfully transition students from high school to college. High School seniors that participate in the Reg2Go program will participate in orientation, counseling, and registration at Butte College prior to the end of their senior year.
 
There are three main components to Reg2Go:
- Campus visitations to your high school (November - January)
- Program Placement/Pre-Orientation Workshop (February – April)
- Orientation/ Advising and Registration (April - May)
 
Who attends Reg2Go?
- High school seniors who know they want to attend Butte College
- High school seniors who are still weighing their college options
- High School seniors who are unsure about college

BUTTE COLLEGE CONNECTION

**JUNIORS**

Spend your Senior year attending Butte College. Earn your H.S. Diploma AND Butte Units.

COLLEGE ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM (CAP)

The College Alternative Program (CAP) is an educational partnership between Butte College and 11th and 12th grade students enrolled in Alternative Education.  The goal is to provide the opportunity to complete 24-30 units of coursework applicable to the CSU General Education pattern prior to graduation from high school.  Juniors and seniors will be selected for the year long program.  Students must place at the appropriate English and Math assessment levels prior to enrollment.

General College Information

Info on careers, financial aid, SAT testing/registration...

www.collegeboard.com

SCHOLARSHIPS

Seniors, be thinking about College Scholarships.

Tentative Application Timeline:

FAFSA/Cal Grant (January-March)

CCSA (Calif. Community Scholarship Assoc.) February 1-March 1

CCEA (Calif. Continuing Ed. Assoc.) March1- May 1

BCFS (Butte College Foundation Scholarship) March 1-31

CUTA (Children of CUTA teachers) March-April 1

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