Want to get your General Education Certificate or Associates Degree by graduation or just take a few courses to save money on future tuition? Check out Merit Academy’s concurrent enrollment below. All classes are on-site at Merit and conveniently located in Ms. Wright’s room 217B.
Concurrent Enrollment requires: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 for Academic Subjects and 2.0 for CTE courses.
If a student does not meet the GPA requirement or they are home-schooled and do not have an accredited transcript, they can participate if they have a composite ACT score of 22.
Students only need to be enrolled in one High School class at Merit school to take concurrent enrollment. classes. This could be any core or elective class. This will meet the cumulative GPA requirements.
General Education Certificate requires 35 credits (17-18 core credits and 18 elective credits). Each class is 3 credits so you need to take 12 classes. This give you a one-year degree in general studies.
Associates Degree requires 60 credits (35 core credits and 25 electives credits) Each class is 3 credits so you need to take 20 classes. This gives you a degree in general studies.
Each class is $5/credit or $15/class with an additional book/ materials fee for some classes. For some classes the book/materials fee is included in the class, meaning you don't need to buy the book it is provided for you. Some classes will require a book to be bought separately.
STEP 1: Register for one or both schools
(You must have a UVID or Snow College Badger ID to be able to register for classes.)
STEP 2: Contact Ms. Wright at email@example.com to come in and sign up for classes.
STEP 1: REGISTRATION
Summer Registration: March 20 - May 12
Fall Registration: April 12 - August 29
UVU Block 1: May 10 - June 23 (in-person at Merit)
UVU Block 2: June 26 - August 11 (by special request, talk to Ms. Wright)
Snow summer classes: May 30 - July 28
How to Be Admitted to UVU (March 20 - August 25)
Go to www.uvu.edu/concurrent
Click on “Step 1” and fill out the admissions form. You will need to pay a one-time UVU admissions fee of $35 after filling out the admissions forms.
Your UV ID number will arrive in about 24-48 business hours. Come see Ms. Wright if you do not get your number by email.
How to Register for UVU classes (April 12 - August 29)
Log onto my.uvu.edu
Click on the Students dropdown list (top left under the home button)
Click on Registration and Planning
Click on Add or Drop Classes
Click on Add/Drop/Waitlist Classes
Under Terms Open for Registration choose Summer 2023 or Fall 2023 and then Continue
Under Register for Classes, there are 4 different tabs. The first tab is highlighted "Find Classes". Click on Enter CRNs.
At this point, just type in the first CRN that you want to do. If you want to take more than one class, click on add another CRN and then add the next class and so on.
When you have finished adding the CRNs you want, just click add to Summary.
Look at the summary and make sure that you have the classes you are interested in and if everything looks good, click on Submit.
How to Apply for CE Classes
Go to snow.edu/ce
Click on “Apply Now”
Click on continue or watch the video for further instructions
Fill out your information
Verify your email address
Fill out additional information (Need social security number, and parent email)
Verify parent email (Please have parent close to verify email address)
Read the terms and then you and your parent need to sign
Select Snow college and term (ex: Fall 2023)
Pay $30 application fee* - one time fee
*It will have you pay through PayPal, but you DO NOT need a PayPal account. It will let you pay with your credit/ debit card.
**After you submit your application it may take up to 48 hours to be accepted to Snow College. Once you are accepted, you will receive an email with your badger ID and instructions on how to set up a Badger Account. Please follow the instructions in that email.
How to Register for CE classes
Go to badgerweb.snow.edu
Login with your username and password (it is included in the email when you got your Badger ID)
Click on “Class Registration”
Click on "Register for Classes"
Select the correct term
Here you will see 4 tabs. Click on the “Enter CRNS” (If you use the other options that will give you the on-campus courses and not the CE -These are full tuition classes and will charge you full price and not the $5/ credit hour classes.)
Go to myce.snow.edu to find CRNs (scroll down, choose high school (Merit Academy) and it will pull up the classes we are offering with CRNs OR scroll down on this page and the CRNs can be accessed by clicking on the Fall Course List or Summer Course List buttons.
Enter in CRNs Click ADD to Summary or ADD another CRN for more courses
Click “Submit” in the bottom right corner.
Check to see classes say “Registered” in the Class Summary. NOTE: If you don’t hit submit then you are NOT registered.
If you get a "prerequisite error" this means that we do not have updated ACT scores for you. Please go to the Merit website page https://www.meritprepacademy.org/transcripts to send them your transcript and ACT score to fulfill the prerequisite.
If you need additional help, please contact Ms. Wright at: firstname.lastname@example.org
STEP 2: CONTACT MS. WRIGHT
Contact Ms. Wright at email@example.com to sign-up for classes (course lists below).
Distance Education Facilitator
Merit Preparatory Academy
PHONE: (801) 491-7600 x 315
We now offer Face to Face college classes. This class is Math 1050. It is taught at Merit during T2 by the high school teacher. This is a college class. Seniors can sign up to take this class. When signing up student MUST sign up through UVU and Merit to take the class. There are prerequisites for this class. See link below.
Livestream classes are college classes taught through MS teams on the computers. These classes are taught at specific times during the day. Course work done on Canvas. You will need to have a class period in your schedule to take these classes.
LIVE INTERACTIVE CLASSES
Live Interactive classes are broadcast to the classroom. These classes are taught at specific times. These are live classes broadcast to Merit that have microphones to interactive with the professor and other students at varies sites. Course work done on Canvas.
Hybrid classes are taught on the computers through Snow College. These classes are for Juniors and Seniors only. These classes have course work on Canvas with recordings and online tutoring, professor help as needed. Classes can be attended online through specific times to get live class help.
Online classes are taught through Snow College. These are classes for Juniors and Seniors only. These classes are on Canvas and have all class materials available there including recordings.