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					      CCD Concurrent Enrollment Process for Students

1. Complete all Required Paperwork
       • Community College of Denver Student Application for Admission
       • College Opportunity Fund (COF) completed with high school verification is needed
       • Concurrent Enrollment Agreement and Registration Form (step 3 if pre-reqs not yet met)

       For students registering for classes at the Auraria campus:
       • All paperwork must be signed from the high school counselor authorizing student to take classes.


2. Meet Prerequisites for Course (see teacher or school counselor)
     Accuplacer Testing must be taken prior to registering for a college class. Accuplacer Testing may be taken as a
     group at CCD or at a school site, or individually at CCD, however this must be done before registering for classes.
     Please see your school counselor about testing schedules. ACT/SAT scores may be substituted for the Accuplacer
     if they meet the criteria for college requirements. Please see attached for scores needed to be exempt.


3. Register for Classes
     Students registering for CCD classes offered at their high school campus must do so through their school
     counselor. Students must complete Concurrent Enrollment Registration From.

     Students registering for CCD classes at the Auraria campus must register through the College Pathways case
     managers. Paperwork must be signed by parent, student and high school at time of registration. Student must
     bring in two copies of the Concurrent Enrollment Registration Form when they register for classes at the CCD
     College Pathways office. Student will take one back to the high school after the initial registration.



• Students will receive sequential billing notices monthly until account is paid in full, even if paid by high school/district.
  This highlights the school/district investment that is being made on behalf of students’ education and college readiness.
• Students may drop a class without penalty before Census date. Please check with teacher, counselor or case
  manager for Census date of particular classes.
• Students can withdraw from classes up to withdrawal date, but will be responsible for payment and will receive a “W”
  on college transcripts. Please check with teacher, counselor or case manager for withdrawal date of particular classes.




   CCD College Pathways Contacts:
   Anitra Galicia, Case Manager               Anitra.Galicia@ccd.edu                303-352-3354
   Yolanda Garduño, Case Manager              Yolanda.Garduno@ccd.edu               303-556-4711
   Brandon Protas, Director                   Brandon.Protas@ccd.edu                303-352-3305
FALL 2010


 COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF DENVER BASIC SKILLS ASSESSMENT CUT-SCORE MATRIX
                                                 READING COURSES
      ACCUPLACER                                                    REQUIRED COURSES
 Reading Comprehension
        *20 – 39                      REA 030 Basic Reading Skills
                                      REA 060 Foundations of Reading
            40 – 61
                                      REA 020 Vocabulary Development (optional)
                                      REA 090 College Preparatory Reading
            62 – 79
                                      REA 080 Reading, Writing & Speaking (optional)
           80 – 120                   REA 151, 223 & 225 (optional) for elective credit
 Students with an ACT Reading (17) or SAT VERBAL (430) are exempt from the reading assessment.
                                                 ENGLISH COURSES
       ACCUPLACER
                                                                      REQUIRED COURSES
       Sentence Skills
            *20 - 49                  ENG 030 Basic Writing Skills (TAKE ENGLISH WRITING SAMPLE FOR
                                      PLACEMENT)
            50 – 69                   ENG 060 Writing Fundamentals
                                      ENG 090 Basic Composition
            70 – 94
                                      ENG 080 Reading, Writing & Speaking (optional)
           95 – 120                   ENG 121 English Composition I
    Students with an ACT English (18) or SAT VERBAL (440) are exempt from English assessment.
                                                    MATH COURSES
       ACCUPLACER                                                   REQUIRED COURSES
            Math
        *20 - 56 (AR)                 MAT 030 Fundamentals of Mathematics
          57+ (AR)
   Note: Score of 70+ on AR           MAT 060 Pre-Algebra
  allows tester to also take EA
         45 – 60 (EA)                 MAT 090 Introductory Algebra
      If EA <45 use AR                MAT 107 Career Math
                                      MAT 099 Intermediate Algebra
                                      MAT 109 Geometry
        61 – 84+ (EA)
                                      MAT 120 Math for Liberal Arts (students scoring in this range must get math
                                      instructor permission to take MAT 120)
                                      MAT 120 Math for Liberal Arts (see note above)
   85 – 120 (EA); ACT (19)
                                      MAT 155 Math for Elementary Education I

                                      MAT 135 Statistics
   85 – 120 (EA); ACT (21)

   85 – 120 (EA); ACT (23)            MAT 121 College Algebra
                                      MAT 123 Finite Math
Note: Score of 100+ on EA allows
     tester to also take CLM

  63 – 102 (CLM); ACT (24)            Math 122 Trigonometry

  63 – 102 (CLM); ACT (25)            MAT 125 Survey of Calculus
  103 –120 (CLM); ACT (28)            MAT 201 Calculus I
Students who have a score of ACT – Math (19) or SAT – Math (460) are exempt from math assessment.
KEY TO MATH TESTS:         (AR) – Arithmetic EA; (EA) - Elementary Algebra; (CLM) – College Level Math

STrujillo, updated 7/31/2010                                                                             1
 FALL 2010


 COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF DENVER BASIC SKILLS ASSESSMENT CUT-SCORE MATRIX
READING COURSES FOR ESL
 ACCUPLACER             RECOMMENDED COURSE                  OPTIONAL
 LOEP Reading                                               COURSE(S)
      0 - 24         SEE ESL ADVISOR
                     ESL-041 Basic Reading or                                  ESL-001 Spelling
     25 - 45         ESL 071 Basic Language Skills                             Strategies
                     ESL-042 Intermediate Reading or
     46 - 70
                     ESL 072 Intermediate Language Skills
     71 - 95         ESL-043 Advanced Reading
       96+           TAKE READING COMPREHENSION TEST
ENGLISH COURSES FOR ESL
  GRAMMAR          RECOMMENDED COURSE                           OPTIONAL COURSE(S)              LOEP LU
      0 - 15         SEE ESL ADVISOR                                                              0 – 24
     16 - 30         ESL-021 Basic Grammar OR                                                    25 – 40
                     ESL-071 Basic Language Skills
     31 - 45         ESL-022 Intermediate Grammar OR                                             41 – 65
                     ESL 072 Intermediate Lang Skills
     46 - 65         ESL-023 Advanced Grammar                   ESL-052 Intermediate             66 – 90
                                                                Composition (can be taken
                                                                concurrently with 023)
     66 - 75         TAKE ENGLISH WRITING SAMPLE TO PLACE INTO:                                   91+
                     ESL-052 Intermediate Composition; ESL-053 Adv. Composition; OR ENG-
                     090; OR ENG 121

CONVERSATIONAL COURSES FOR ESL
LOEP LISTENING                   RECOMMENDED COURSE                          OPTIONAL COURSE(S)

      0 - 34         SEE ESL ADVISOR
     35 – 49         ESL-031 Basic Conversation OR                       ESL-011 Basic Pronunciation
                     ESL 071 Basic Lang Skills
     50 – 69         ESL-032 Intermediate Conversation OR                ESL-012 Inter Pronunciation
                     ESL 072 Intermediate Lang. Skills
     70 – 89         ESL-033 Advanced Conversation                       NOTE: Students must have
                                                                         completed ESL-022 or score
                                                                         >45 on ESL Grammar Test
    90 – 120         No Course Required
  Must place into    ESL-175/176 Special Topics - Advanced Language
   ESL 023 AND       Skills
either ESL 033 OR
     ESL 043




 STrujillo, updated 7/31/2010                                                               2

				
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