Concurrently enrolled students earn college credit by taking courses at Tyler prior to their high school graduation. Students may be enrolled as juniors or seniors at local high schools or be homeschooled. Students who qualify for concurrent enrollment can take classes on the Midlothian Campus, Chester Campus or online.

All individuals admitted as concurrent enrollment students must demonstrate readiness for college by achieving satisfactory scores on college placement tests or by meeting other entrance standards as set by the college. 

Concurrent enrollment is generally restricted to high school juniors and seniors. Students studying on the sophomore level or lower who wish to enroll prior to their junior year should make an appointment to request an exception to the concurrent Admission Policy by emailing Rachel Clouse.

All public, private, and homeschool high school junior or senior level students, and their parents or guardians, will need to meet with an advisor in the Advising Center to get registered for classes.   

To get started, fill out our Concurrent Enrollment form.

All students must upload the following documents as part of the form: 

  • A copy of your most current homeschool jurisdiction letter from the county in which you reside or a letter from your public or private high school giving you permission to attend Tyler.
  • A letter from your parent or guardian giving you permission to attend Tyler.
  • Copies on any PSAT, SAT or ACT exams you may have taken.

Dean of Students

Chester and Midlothian Campuses

Chester Campus


Moyar Hall, Room M109


Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Midlothian Campus

T Building, Room T205

Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.