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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

May 1, 2014

UConn Early College Experience Goes Online


After several years of paper registration, the UConn Early College Experience Office is happy to announce that UConn ECE will move to online registration for Fall 2014. For the ECE Office, this is a long-awaited transition that will align with UConn practices and mirror other college processes - such as the Common Application, CSS Profile and FAFSA - that many high school students typically encounter as they launch their post secondary plans.
 
Some changes will barely be noticeable, while others will require a slightly different approach.  Most of the steps in the process will remain familiar to you if you've already gone through the ECE registration process and the timeline will vary little from the past. New for the 2014-2015 school year, students will be responsible for applying and registering for their approved courses online; either at home or at school.

To assist in the transition, ECE customer support hours will be extended during the registration cycle to help those who need assistance.

 Below is a checklist that students should follow as they complete the registration process;
 
Select Your Courses
 
  • Meet with your counselor to choose your ECE courses for 2014-15
  • Obtain all required consent to enroll in courses, including counselor and parent/guardian signatures.
  • Review your completed and signed Consent Form, including double-checking the course information with your counselor.
  • Make a copy of the form for your records.
 
 
Apply to the UConn Early College Experience Program Online
Deadline to apply is June 1, 2014
 
  • Go to this link and review the online tutorial.  Once ready, hit "Apply Now".
  • Create your user ID and password and save in a secure location.
  • Complete the online application.
  • Upload your signed consent form with your application.  If you are unable to upload the form (you may scan it or take a picture of it before uploading it), contact the helpline at 1.855.382.8323.  Help is available from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday-Friday.
  • Monitor your email daily for a message from UConn confirming your application has been processed and you are ready to enroll.  You will be unable to enroll in your course(s) until your application is processed.  Please allow at least two weeks for your application to be processed during peak periods.  Apply early for quicker processing.
 
Enroll in Your Courses Online
Deadline to enroll in courses is June 30, 2014
 
  • Once your enrollment notification is received, follow the link to enroll in your course(s).
  • Select your high school and the approved course(s) listed on your consent form.  Follow the directions until submission is complete.
 
Contact the ECE helpline at 1.855.382.8323 if you need assistance.

ECE courses offered at EOSHS are listed below; 

AD Biology (UC BIOL 1107)AD Biology (UC BIOL 1108)
AP Chemistry (UC CHEM 1127Q)
AP Chemistry (UC CHEM 1128Q)
AD English (UC ENGL 1010)
 AD Latin 4 (UC CAMS 3102)
AD Latin 5 (UC CAMS 3102)
AD Economics (UC ECON 1201)
AD French 5 (UC FREN 3267 and 3268)
AD World Civilizations (UC HIST 1300)
AD Modern European History (UC HIST 1400)
AP US History (UC HIST 1501and 1502)
AD Individual & Family Development (UC HDFS 1070)
AD Latin America Studies (UC LAMS 1190)
Discrete Math (UC MATH 1030Q)
AD Calculus (UC MATH 1131Q and 1132Q)
Physics A (UC PHYS 1201Q)
AD Physics (UC PHYS 1201Q and 1202Q)
AD Spanish 5 (UC SPAN 3178 and 3179)
AP Statistics (UC STAT 1100Q)
 
 

CHET Advanced Scholarship Deadline Closing

 
 
Connecticut State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier has launched Phase Two of CHET Advance Scholarship, which will award a college scholarship of up to $2,500 to 100 high school juniors and 100 sixth-grade students.  The application period is from 8 a.m. on March 18 to 5 p.m. on April 30, 2014.
 
Additional details, including the official rules, are available here.


Exploring College Options

Student/Parent Information Sessions

 

Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Penn, and Stanford are combining to offer student/parent information sessions on their schools.  Representatives from these schools will present information about admissions and answer questions as well.  Sessions are scheduled in Providence (RI) on May 4, Cambridge (MA) on May 5, Newton (MA) on May 6, New Haven (CT) on May 7, and Stamford (CT) on May 8.  Click here for more information.
 
 

Music College Fair Scheduled for May 10

 
Students and their families are invited to a Music College Fair at New England Conservatory on Saturday May 10, 2014. Representatives from more than twenty of the nation’s top music schools will be available to meet students and answer questions about undergraduate and graduate study in music. This event is free and open to the public. Students, parents, teachers, and counselors are invited to attend. This event will be particularly valuable for students who are deciding what kind of school is right for them, and who wish to learn more about the music school application and audition process.
 
Plan to attend a pre-fair panel discussion entitled “Applying to Music Schools” from 1-2 pm with panelists from Julliard, Northwestern University, Bard College Conservatory, and NEC. Then meet with admissions representatives from music schools at the College Fair from 2-4pm.  Attending schools include:
 
·         New England Conservatory
·         Walnut Hill School
·         Bard College Conservatory of Music
·         Boston Conservatory
·         Boston University, College of Fine Arts
·         Carnegie Mellon University School of Music
·         Cleveland Institute of Music
·         Eastman School of Music
·         Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford
·         The Julliard School
·         Longy School of Music of Bard College
·         Mannes College the New School for Music
·         The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
·         Northwestern University
·         Oberlin Conservatory
·         Peabody Conservatory of Music, Johns Hopkins University
·         Rice University – The Shepherd School of Music
·         San Francisco Conservatory of Music
·         Schulich School of Music of McGill University
·         Southern Methodist University
·         University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance
·         Westminster Choir College of Rider University
 
 Location and schedule are below.
 
Music College Fair
Saturday May 10, 2014
at New England Conservatory
Free and open to the public.
 
1-2pm: Panel discussion “Applying to Music Schools”
2-4pm: College Fair
 
New England Conservatory, Jordan Hall
Entrance at 30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA 02115


 

Open House at QVCC - Advanced Manufacturing

 
Quinebaug Valley Community College (QVCC) is offering an open house at its Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center on May 15th from 6-8 pm.  The event will be hosted at QVCC's manufacturing lab at Ellis Tech.  During that time, visitors will learn about the certificates in basic and advanced manufacturing, meet current students and graduates, and learn about their experiences.
 
The address for Ellis Tech is 613 Upper Maple Street, Danielson, CT.  For more information, contact Steve LaPointe at 860.932.4111 or slapointe@qvcc.edu.

 

AP Exam Schedule

Students should report to the Guidance Office thirty (30) minutes prior to the start of the scheduled exam period.   
 
 

 



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