Concurrent Enrollment offers students the option to enroll in university-level classes offered at their high school and receive both high school and university credit with Boise State. This program has strong legislative support and dedicated state funding provided to high school students in the amount of $4,125 per student. This financial investment increased student participation in Boise State’s concurrent enrollment program last year to close to 5,000 students.
Jenkins was most recently the coordinator for college readiness and dual credit with the College of Western Idaho. He was also an adjunct instructor with the college, teaching Communication 101. It was while serving as a graduate assistant instructor at Missouri State University that he found a passion for higher education and student success. He brings with him extensive experience with concurrent enrollment/dual credit, academic advising and student outreach.
Faculty, staff, and community members with high school age students are encouraged to contact Jenkins and the staff at concurrent enrollment to learn more about getting a head start on their college career. Visit concurrentenrollment.boisestate.edu.