For Counselors / Principals / Superintendents / Teachers

Welcome, High School personnel! Following are links to areas that concern your students.

We celebrate our partnership with your school, so please let us know what information is most helpful to you.

To Teach Concurrent Enrollment Courses: 

Steps for appointing, approving, and denying Concurrent Enrollment Instructors

Steps for appointing, approving, and denying Concurrent Enrollment Instructors and/or courses

  • Superintendents may suggest and/or recommend potential concurrent enrollment instructors for appointment based on the needs of their specific school district. If a potential instructor is interested in teaching concurrent enrollment classes or has an idea for a new concurrent enrollment class, he or she should contact the superintendent of his or her high school.
  • Superintendents should then fill out the NCC Course Request Form with the course, term offered, instructor name and unofficial transcripts. This is a way to prescreen potential applicants. Superintendents will be notified whether or not the instructor has the necessary credentials as stated above in “Instructor Credentials”.
  • After submittal of the NCC Course Request Form, the NCC Dean will approve or deny the request and send it to the superintendent, instructor, NCC liaison and NCC staff. 
  • Once approved, potential instructors must send official transcripts to Human Resources at for review. They must also fill out the employment application located on the website. They will be given the textbook information and their NCC liaison name and contact information to start preparing their class. Previously approved instructors adding a new course may be able to skip some of these processes. If denied, the form will indicate what next steps to take.
  • The new CE Instructor will be invited to the new instructor orientation and training session.

To find out more information on teaching concurrent enrollment – view our Handbook.

Questions?  Please contact Sarah Breems-Diekevers or Leah Murphy

Concurrent Enrollment

After High School