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    Dec 06, 2021  
2019 - 2020 Catalog of Courses 
    
2019 - 2020 Catalog of Courses [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Dual Enrollment Students


Congratulations on accepting the challenge of taking college-level courses before graduating from high school. We honor your commitment to advancing your education.

Step 1: Apply

Application Deadlines

  1. Discuss dual enrollment with your guidance counselor. You must meet the criteria established by your high school and receive approval prior to applying for admission.
  2. Complete the free dual enrollment application.

    Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Applicants are typically notified within 2 weeks of receipt of a complete application.

Fall semester
Application deadline: August 1

Spring semester
Application deadline: January 4

Tuition & Fees

Dual/Concurrent Student Tuition and Fees

Contact information

For questions about dual enrollment please contact:

Dual Enrollment Specialist
Teresa Castanon Fry
970-247-6731
concurrent@fortlewis.edu  

 

Step 2: After you are admitted

Make a registration appointment
To sign up for classes you’ll need to talk with the Dual Enrollment Specialist.

Fall semester applicants
Schedule appointments beginning April 26 -  Continuing Dual Students
Schedule appointments beginning May 3 - New Dual Students

Step 3: Dual Enrollment Checklist

Dual Enrollment Checklist   

 

Step 4: Activate your FLC account

You must set up your FLC account. To activate your account:

  1. Go to https://apps.fortlewis.edu/it/account
  2. Enter your first name, last name, birth date, and student ID number or social security number
  3. Access your unique username and set your password
  4. Access your accounts
  5. Go to theFort and click on Sign In on the top right corner
  6. Enter your username and password
 

 

 


 

Fall 2021 (Live Online Courses)


Live Online: Faculty and Students meet synchronously via Zoom for all instructional hours; no in-person classroom meetings. Students must be prepared to meet online during all scheduled classroom times. Live Online courses hold most classes via Zoom, but can also include some alternative synchronous and asynchronous online course activity.