Advanced Education @ CRC
Cosumnes River College encourages 11th and 12th grade students (and other high school students under special conditions) to enroll for advanced educational enrichment with the approval of their principal/counselor and parent/guardian. High school students may take up to 6 units or two classes. California residents are exempt from enrollment fees, but not from books/material costs. Fees for non-residents still apply.
Concurrently enrolled high school students earn college credit and get a jumpstart on classes that may apply toward a certificate or degree at Cosumnes River College and/or transfer to a four-year college or university.
How to Enroll
Student: Complete and sign both Section I and the back of the Advanced Ed Application.
Parent/Guardian: Complete and sign both Section III and the back of the Advanced Ed Application.
Meet with your school counselor to determine what class(es) would be appropriate for you to take at CRC (Note: Please see back of application for courses excluded from Advanced Education). Obtain approval and signature from school counselor/administrator. Request a copy of transcripts.
Complete the online application. Question #14 - Student Enrollment Status, select ADVANCED EDUCATION. (If you are a continuing Advanced Education Student, complete the Supplemental
Enrollment form only.) After submitting the application follow the instructions on the "Confirmation" page to obtain your Los Rios Student ID Number.
If a class you wish to take has a prerequisite requirement of English or Math, take the CRC assessment exam. We strongly recommend all students take both assessment exams. Assessment Schedule
The process to obtain Counselor Approval has changed! Turn in your completed Advanced Education packet including the materials listed below to the Counseling Center or your CRC Outreach representative for processing.
1. Completed Advanced Education form (Section I - III & the back of the Advanced Ed Application)
2. High School transcripts
3. Assessment results
4. Typed Statement explaining how you meet the criteria for Advanced Education
5. Documentation of age ( if Home Schooled or not reflected on high school transcript )
6. Private School Affidavit ( if appropriate ).
Because the Priority 4 registration period does not begin until May 16th, we will collect packets but may not process them until we are closer to the start of Priority 4. Once approved or denied, the Counseling Center will call students with a status update.If you have been denied by a CRC Counselor, you can file a petition with the Dean of Counseling and Student Services. Start by downloading and completing an Advanced Education Petition. Completed Petitions and Advanced Education packets can be dropped off at the Dean's Office in L-217.
In person only, submit completed Advanced Education packet and H.S. transcripts to the Admissions and Records office during Priority 4 (check eServices after April 15, select "Enrollment Appointment" to find your day to enroll in-person only), or Open registration periods. Keep in mind that Admissions and Records office is open M-Th 9a-6p; and F 9a-4:30p.
No remedial classes will be offered. For most classes, students must have a minimum 2.7 GPA. Some other restrictions may apply.