Are concurrent classes free?
No. Concurrent students are awarded a tuition waiver. High School Juniors receive a waiver for 6 hours and High School Seniors receive a waiver for 18 hours per year. Students are required to pay for the fees incurred for each class. You may also be required to purchase a textbook (paper or electronic) and/or a digital access code for each course.
Can concurrent students take Remedial or zero-level Courses?
No. If a student’s subject ACT score or placement test score is below the required cut score to take a college level course, they are not permitted to take the remedial course until they have graduated high school. For example, if a student would like to take Freshman Composition I, they must have a score of 19 or higher on the English subject ACT or the required Writing score on the Accuplacer in order to take an English course.
Are Concurrent courses transferable?
Yes. During your enrollment appointment, please inform the academic advisor of your intended major and the institution you wish to attend after high school. You and the advisor can work together to choose which courses work best for your major.
How many credit hours can I take concurrently?
Students generally take between 3 and 9 credit hours a semester. The number of hours a concurrent student can take is determined by the high school counselor or principal. The Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education limits the number of combined credit hours a concurrent student can take between their high school and college courses.
I received a high school schedule that includes a college class. Am I enrolled in that class?
No. You are not enrolled in concurrent courses until you communicate your wish to enroll with an EOSC Academic Advisor.
How can I get a copy of my college transcript?
Current students can view/print unofficial college transcripts through their Self Service account. Students can request official transcripts through the Registrar's Office.
Please note: Your balance must be paid in full in order to request an official transcript.
How do I access my Eastern email, Blackboard and Self Service?
You will be expected to check your Eastern email regularly to stay up to date on what's going on at the college. You will also use Blackboard, Eastern's learning management system for most of your classes. Self Service is your access to enrollment, transcripts, billing, financial aid, etc. Visit the Online Support Tools webpage to learn how to access each of these systems.