Representatives McCluskie and Geitner, co-sponsors, presented Senate Bill 19-176, concerning expanding concurrent enrollment opportunities. The reengrossed bill makes changes to state law related to concurrent enrollment and requires that that concurrent enrollment be offered at no tuition cost to qualified students. Under the bill, students who complete a concurrent enrollment course must receive credit that applies to high school graduation requirements and that applies to a postsecondary degree, certificate, or gateway course, or is transferable among state institutions of higher education. The bill sponsors distributed information about concurrent enrollment (Attachment B) and Amendments L.006, L.007, and L.008 (Attachments C through E). The sponsors responded to committee questions.