Below are commonly asked questions and answers for the ASCENT program. Colorado Mountain College also has an FAQ section for concurrent enrollment.
If your ASCENT question is not answered in the list or link above, please contact Mr. Jim Thompson at email@example.com.
- How many ASCENT students can enroll? Does ECS have a certain amount of ASCENT slots for this coming year?
- How many college credit hours do I need to be eligible for ASCENT?
- What costs are covered by ASCENT?
- When will I get my high school diploma? What about my official transcripts?
- Will my grades for my ASCENT courses show up on my high school AND college transcripts?
- If I decide to apply to a four-year university as an ASCENT student, do I need to apply as a first-year applicant or as a transfer student?
- Does it matter how well I do in my classes?
- Where do I take courses for ASCENT?
- What is the minimum number of credits that I can take in a semester? Is there a limit for how many credits that I can take in a semester?
- What is required for the ICAP plan that I need to submit as part of my application?
- How do I apply for the ASCENT program?
- Should all qualified students try to participate in ASCENT?
- How are students selected for ASCENT?
- How many ASCENT slots will ECS have for next year?
- If I am eligible and submit an application, does that mean that I am required to participate in ASCENT?
- How would my grades in the ASCENT courses impact my high school GPA?
- If I am selected as an ASCENT student, will I be eligible for other types of financial aid in addition to ASCENT?
- What college courses can I take?
- When is the ASCENT application due?