This program is designed for students in grades 9-12. Students apply for admission to EACC and once admitted, have the opportunity to take full advantage of this unique opportunity to learn. EACC is excited about offering high school students this opportunity. Concurrent enrollment is the enrollment of a high school student in post-secondary education for high school credit and college-level credit (1000 and 2000 level courses). EACC will provide qualified instructors at your school or the school district may provide appropriately credentialed instructors according to the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) standards.
Step 1: Complete the online admission application or the paper application. Concurrent Enrollment Form EACC Online Application Step 2: Obtain a copy of the high school transcript Step 3: Obtain a copy of ACT and/or ACCUPLACER test scores. Note: ACCUPLACER placement test may be taken at no cost at EACC in Forrest City or Wynne. Please call (870)633-4480 ext 302 – Forrest City or (870) 238-4593 – Wynne to schedule a time to take the test. Step 4: Obtain a copy of Shot Records Step 5: Print and fill out the Circle N Market Concurrent Enrollment Grant to submit. Circle N Market Concurrent Enrollment Grant
Pay tuition and fees if needed. Some school districts pay tuition and fees for concurrent students. Some courses (computer, music, science, art, etc.) may have additional fees. Students may be responsible for purchasing the textbook and other required course material if the school district doesn’t provide them. These materials can be purchased through the EACC Bookstore or online.
Circle N Market Concurrent Enrollment Grant: The Circle N Market Grant Program has been funded by Mallory Nimocks, a 1977 graduate of Forrest City High School, and Carla Morehead Nimocks, a 1979 graduate of Grosse Pointe North High School, Michigan. A prior scholarship program was in effect through the Nimocks Oil Company, also providing scholarships to concurrently enrolled students. The program provides funding directly to area high schools where Circle N Markets are located in eastern Arkansas- St. Francis, Cross, Poinsett and Monroe counties. The grant assists students in high school who wish to earn college credit from EACC prior to graduation. The grant is used to offset the cost of textbooks. For more information about the Circle N Market High School Concurrent Enrollment Grant, call 870-633-4480 ext. 352.
For information about the Circle N Market Concurrent Enrollment Grant and about the Concurrent Enrollment program in general, contact Dana Crisp: (870) 633-4480, Extension 344.