ASCENT stands for Accelerating Students through Concurrent EnrollmeNT.
It is a program that allows seniors to have their first year of college paid for. This includes 2-year and 4-year colleges, community colleges as well as vocational-technical and career colleges in pursuit of degrees and certifications.

HOW WOULD ASCENT BENEFIT ME?
By participating in the ASCENT program and enrolling full-time in each semester, you can accumulate one full year of college credit at no tuition cost.

TO QUALIFY, YOU MUST:

  • Be a current 4th year senior who has met all high school graduation requirements, with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.
  • Complete 9 college credits by June 30th
  • Apply and be accepted at a participating college or institution for ASCENT​
     

Learn more information in the FAQ below.

APPLY for ASCENT

ASCENT Online Application | only apply if you are a 4th year senior

If you applied to ASCENT, there is a mandatory online meeting see options below.

February 29th, Thursday 6:30 -7:30pm Google Meet|meet.google.com/dor-azuk-ika

March 5th, Tuesday 6:30 - 7:30pm Google Meet|meet.google.com/cmg-yhar-agn

April 8th 6:30 - 7:30pm Google Meet|meet.google.com/pgq-hwac-zhs

Please SIGN-UP for the day you will be attending the online meeting

Please reach out to Dana Levesque at dlevesque[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us with questions.

 

Where can I enroll and still participate in ASCENT?

  • Metro State University | MSU
  • Colorado Mesa University | CMU
  • Colorado State University @ Pueblo 
  • University of Northern Colorado 
  • Colorado Mountain College
  • Western Colorado University
  • University of Colorado Colorado Springs UCCS 
  • Fort Lewis College
  • Adams State University
  • Trinidad State College
  • Pikes Peak State College
  • Pickens Technical College
  • Emily Griffith Technical College
  • Tech College of the Rockies
  • Colorado Community Colleges | ACC, AIMS, CCA, CCD, FRCC Larimer, FRCC Boulder, FRCC Westminster, LCC, MCC, PCC, RRCC… 

TREP stands for Teacher Recruitment Education and Preparation Program. TREP creates the opportunity for qualified students in a teaching career pathway to have two years of college paid for after their 12th grade year.

HOW WOULD TREP BENEFIT ME?
By participating in this program, you will attend a TREP participating college, while Littleton Public Schools pays your first 2 years of college tuition.

TO QUALIFY, YOU MUST:

  • Be a current 4th year senior who has met all high school graduation requirements, with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.
  • Complete 1 course in the educational pathway during your senior year.
  • Apply and be accepted at a participating college or institution for TREP.

​Learn more information in the FAQ below.

TREP Information

APPLY for TREP

TREP Online Application | only apply if you are a 4th year senior

If you applied to TREP, there is a mandatory online meeting see options below.

February 29th, Thursday 6:30 -7:30pm Google Meet |meet.google.com/dor-azuk-ika

March 5th, Tuesday 6:30 - 7:30pm Google Meet |meet.google.com/cmg-yhar-agn

April 8th 6:30 - 7:30pm Google Meet|meet.google.com/pgq-hwac-zhs

Please SIGN-UP for the day you will be attending the online meeting

Please reach out to Dana Levesque at dlevesque[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us with questions.

Learn more about LPS Concurrent Enrollment: Concurrent Enrollment | Course Offerings | Summer CE