Warren Tech North: College Credit

Red Rocks Community College:


Warren Tech North programs with Concurrent Enrollment Opportunities through Red Rocks Community College (RRCC):

  *Requires minimum Accuplacer or SAT Assessment Scores to enroll in concurrent enrollment classes.

Concurrent Enrollment (CE) program provides high school students the opportunity to earn tuition free college credit through Red Rocks Community College for high school courses they are currently taking at Warren Tech. The student must complete all admission and registration requirements of Red Rocks Community College which include the online college application, apply and authorize the College Opportunity Fund (COF), and CE Agreement form. Some courses may require a student to meet prerequisites and test scores. Many of these courses are guaranteed to transfer to other Colorado higher education institutions and may transfer to out of state universities/colleges. 

For general information, please refer to Jeffco Public Schools Concurrent Enrollment and Dual Enrollment website.

*In accordance with Colorado Statute 23-18-202 (5) (c) (I) (B) students name and state ID number will be shared with the institution of higher education.


Complete the free, online application for Red Rocks Community College (RRCC). Information on how and when a student should complete the RRCC Application will be provided in their program's Google Classroom. Students will receive their Red Rocks S number upon completion of the online RRCC application.

 >>> Red Rocks Community College Demo Application Completion Video

>>> Red Rocks Community College Application Instructions and Worksheet


Take the self-assessment, if required. Students will be notified by their WTN program counselor (or their program instructor) if they need to take the self-assessment. If a student does not pass the Self-Assessment then the student will need to schedule a different Accuplacer assessment with WTN Program Counselor.

*Forensic Science students may also be required to take an additional self-assessment for math.

More information can be found at http://www.rrcc.edu/assessment.


Complete your Concurrent Enrollment Agreement form and your Concurrent Enrollment Registration form with your instructor.

If you have additional questions, please contact your student’s counselor, classroom teacher or the RRCC High School Relations website if you have questions regarding this process.

 Important Facts about Concurrent Enrollment 

  • Participation in Concurrent Enrollment begins your college experience and uses your College Opportunity Fund eligibility.

  • You are beginning your OFFICIAL college transcript and all concurrent enrollment grades, including D’s and F’s, become part of your PERMANENT college record.

  • Grades of D and F do not count toward a certificate or diploma and are not transferable.

  • Requests for drops and withdrawals must be submitted in writing to the High School Relations Office. Deadlines are set by the college and must be met – no exceptions. Please contact the RRCC High School Relations Office at 303-914-6600 to verify specific dates.

 Additional Concurrent Enrollment Information and Forms