All registration at this time will be reviewed at the time the Fall Semester Grades are posted. Anyone failing a course Fall semester, will not be able to continue in the Concurrent Enrollment program.
If you have submitted registration materials, you are now enrolled in your DSU Concurrent Enrollment course(s).
You have been provided with your DSU credentials
including a Student ID, a Dmail account and
access information for your MyDixie account (PowerSchool for DSU) in a document mailed to your home address.
Please log on to review your course registration, account balances for partial tuition, and other details relevant to your enrollment at DSU.
You may pay any outstanding balances online
or by calling the Cashier's Office at 652-7605
If you have any questions, please call us (435) 652-7739
or drop by our offices in the
North Plaza East 141 or 142 (65 South 1000 East)
between the hours of 8a - 5p daily.
Click on this link to view Course Descriptions for the courses that are listed on the registration forms that have been mailed to your home if you met the admissions deadlines.
The concurrent enrollment program is an opportunity for students to get a head start in college while completing the requirements for high school graduation. Eligible students must be attending a public high school through an approved school district. Please contact your high school guidance counselor or college concurrent enrollment representative with questions regarding this requirement. This program enables high school students to take college classes while they are in high school. Concurrent enrollment is a privilege; therefore, it must be taken seriously.
We current offer courses in two type of locations. The school district has a cenralized location called the Washington County School District (WCSD) Education Center, which is located at 691 South 300 East in St. George (across the street from Dixie High School). We also allow CE students to take courses at the Hurricane Education Center (HEC), which is mostly for Hurricane High School students. This facility is located at 112 South 700 West in Hurricane. Classes are available during the fall and spring semesters. Classes are not approved for summer semester.
A small percentage of concurrent enrollment courses are taught in the local high schools. Students taking classes on a highschool campus complete the same requirements as any other student would on the college campus. However, they are located on a high school campus in a classroom with students also participating in the concurrent enrollment course.
Please watch the video clip below for a brief presentation
on the Concurrent Enrollment DSU credit program
with classes taught at your own high school