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CEP courses are located at the high school, and taught by qualified high school instructors (CEP adjuncts).  Students receive both high school credit and college credit that is recorded on a permanent IVCCD transcript. The CEP Adjunct Handbook provides comprehensive information about the Concurrent Enrollment Program and the adjunct role.

High Schools Offering CEP

Click on a school name to view the list of CEP courses offered at each location:


Course opportunities require a minimum number of high school students enrolled and a qualified instructor to teach on location.

1) Contact the appropriate Dean’s Office to inquire about a potential course:

2) Identify a CEP adjunct instructor.
3) CEP adjunct completes the CEP Adjunct Application Process and is hired to teach the course.

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