Concurrent Enrollment at Pueblo Community College
Williamsburg Academy of Colorado partners with Pueblo Community College to provide Concurrent Enrollment (CE) classes for qualified high school students.
Students who participate in our CE program receive both high school and college credits toward industry certificates, 2-year degrees, and 4-year universities—and we cover the tuition!
What are the Qualifications?
To be eligible for CE at Pueblo Community College (PCC), students must meet each of the following criteria:
- Be in grades 10-12 or have approval from our Director of Student & Parent Services
- Be on track for high school graduation according to our Graduation Plan in Student Information Services (SIS).
- Have an 80% average grade at Williamsburg from the prior semester or have a 3.0 GPA from their former school (or a 2.5 GPA if enrolled in PCC's Career and Technical Education program)
The above criteria help ensure students who are placed in college courses are prepared and ready for this opportunity and challenge. We encourage and welcome students ready for college to join our concurrent enrollment program!
Please have a look at our FAQs on our Concurrent Enrollment page for additional guidelines.
Credits and Courses
Here are a few things to know about credits and courses:
Step 1 - Contact Williamsburg’s Director of Student & Parent Services
Step 2 - Complete the Williamsburg CE Form
Step 3 - Apply at PCC & College Opportunity Fund
Step 4 - Review PCC's Pathways
Step 5 - Demonstrate College Readiness
Step 6 - Meet with a PCC Academic Advisor to Select Courses
Step 7 - Request Schedule Approval from Williamsburg
Step 8 - Send Transcript of Final Grades to Williamsburg