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Congratulations! You are one step closer to College Success!

We are thrilled to welcome you to the CU Succeed program offered by the University of Colorado at Denver in conjunction with the Eaglecrest High School Mathematics Department.

The CU Succeed program allows students to earn college credit for courses that they are taking in high school. If you are enrolled in Eaglecrest's college level mathematics classes, you are already enrolled in a University approved college level math class at EHS.  Because of this distinguished accomplishment, you are invited to register for these classes to receive credit through the University of Colorado.

Our proud mission at Eaglecrest is to prepare each and every student for college success. One clear indicator of college preparedness is to already have successfully completed college coursework before graduating high school. This is a great opportunity to start your college journey at a drastically reduced tuition rate compared to what you would pay once enrolled as a full time college student (see below).

Interested?  Your EHS Math teacher will explain everything in greater detail! Here are some dates to keep on the radar...

Spring 2017 Schedule and Deadlines

Monday

1/9/17

Registration Opens:

You may begin your application and registration for your Fall2016 CU Succeed courses. Please refer to the CU Succeed website for detailed instructions and links.

 Thursday

2/9/17

Last Day to Apply:

CU Succeed program application must be completed by this day.

 Friday​

3/31/17​

Tuition  Due:

Payment instructions are located on the CU Succeed website. A reminder e-mail will be sent to the e-mail supplied on the application; bills will not be mailed!

 

Courses Available for Concurrent Enrollment:

Discrete Math/College Algebra

3 credits for College Algebra (Semester 2)
Normal CU Denver tuition: $ 1167     
CU Succeed tuition: $ 231

 

Calculus III/Differential Equations

4 credits for Calculus 3 (Semester 1)
Normal CU Denver tuition: $ 1556     
CU Succeed tuition: $ 308


3 credits for Elementary Differential Equations (Semester 2)
Normal CU Denver tuition: $ 1167     
CU Succeed tuition:
$ 231


College Trigonometry

3 credits for College Trigonometry                              
Normal CU Denver tuition: $ 1167     
CU Succeed tuition: $ 231

 

Honors College Precalculus

3 credits for College Algebra (Semester 1)                  
Normal CU Denver tuition: $ 1167     
CU Succeed tuition: $ 231


3 credits for College Trigonometry (Semester 2)        
Normal CU Denver tuition: $ 1167     
CU Succeed tuition: $ 231

 

Questions, please feel free to contact Mike Preskorn:

Mr. Mike Preskorn
CU Succeed Coordinator/Mathematics
Eaglecrest High School
e l jpreskorn@cherrycreekschools.org
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Click on the "Course Offerings" link to learn more about these courses or visit the CU Succeed Program website​!

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