Concurrent Enrollment is an enrichment program designed to provide current 9th-12th graders the opportunity to get an "early start" on their college experience and earn college credit. Enrollment fees are free for high school students who enroll in 11 units or fewer.
High school students can enroll in day or evening classes and receive college credit for course work successfully completed. Most courses are transferable to four-year colleges and universities, enabling the student to earn honors credit while fulfilling university requirements without the expense of most university programs.
Interested students must submit a Concurrent Enrollment Course Request Form (available from high school counselors, college/career centers, at CSM's Admissions & Records Office, or in the Course Enrollment Packet (link below) with the required signatures.
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To begin the enrollment process, please carefully review the Concurrent Enrollment Course Enrollment Packet.
Completed Course Request Forms can be uploaded through your WebSMART student portal. Make sure that the form is filled out completely and you have obtained all the required permissions to attend.
- Save or scan a copy of your College Connection Course Request Form to a device that will allow you to upload (desktop, phone, tablet)
- Log into WebSMART
- Select: Student Services
- Select: College Connection Course Request Form
- Follow the steps to upload your Course Request Form and SUBMIT
- Please contact Admissions if you have any problems submitting your request
In preparation for the Spring 2022 semester, Cañada College, College of San Mateo and Skyline College are requiring all students to be vaccinated in order to take in-person courses and receive in-person services (Admissions and Records, Counseling, Library, Tutoring, etc.).
- To take in-person classes and receive in-person services, you must provide proof of vaccination or qualify for an exemption
- If you do not provide proof of vaccination or if you are not approved for an exemption, you may only take online courses and receive virtual and remote support services
Prior to enrolling, students must meet course prerequisite requirements based on high school transcripts, college transcripts or other measures. Visit the Assessment Services website.*See the CSM Catalog or visit WebSchedule for specific course prerequisites.