STLCC Concurrent Enrollment Summit

Join St. Louis Graduates, Education Plus and St. Louis Community College at the

2nd Annual STLCC Concurrent Enrollment Summit

Friday, March 2nd

7:45 AM to 2:45 PM

St. Louis Community College-Forest Park
Mildred E. Bastian Center for the Performing Arts
5600 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110


Participation is FREE and includes continental breakfast and lunch.

Pre-registration is required by Friday, February 16th.




About the Concurrent Enrollment Summit:

One of the most effective ways to prepare students for postsecondary education is to connect them to postsecondary programs while still in high school. At the summit, learn how to create and expand concurrent enrollment programs for high school students, including:

  • Dual credit/enrollment programs where students take one or more courses through community college and graduate with college credit
  • Early college where students take community college courses during junior and senior years and potentially graduate with a diploma and an Associate's degree 
  • Certificate programs to earn employer credentials while still in high school

Sessions will highlight:

  • Model programs in St. Louis Public Schools, Bayless, Ritenour, Farmington, Jennings, Hazelwood East and Rockwood
  • Strategies for building career pathways and business partnerships based on lessons learned from Kentucky
  • The critical role of faculty and how to develop robust programs by content area (e.g. math, biology, IT, Smart Start and biotech)
  • Putting in place processes and procedures for vetting dual credit instructors
  • Student perspective on how concurrent enrollment programs are working - and where they can be strengthened
  • Transferring concurrent enrollment credits to four-year programs

Who should attend:

  • High school counselors
  • CTE advisors
  • Non-profit youth advisors
  • Postsecondary professionals who advise students on college and career
  • Faculty engaged in dual credit, dual enrollment and concurrent programs
  • Managers of concurrent programs