Completed consent forms are to be uploaded to your Compass application only.
Consent forms cannot be accepted via email.
Applications accepted April 30, 2020 -
June 10, 2020 June 30, 2020
Enrollments accepted August 11, 2020 - September 30, 2020 by 5:00 PM EST
Late Application Period: August 11, 2020 - September 16, 2020 by 9:00 PM EST.
UConn Early College Experience Students apply to the program and enroll in courses using Compass, the UConn ECE online registration system. Students are required to submit an application in Compass each year they participate. Applications are accepted April 30 -
June 10 June 30. All student applications are vetted by the UConn ECE Program Office for high school and parental consent before a student is approved to enroll in courses. Once an application is successfully submitted a student will receive information regarding their UConn NetID, which will be used for course enrollment in the Fall. Students approved to enroll in courses will receive an e-mail notification on August 11 to log into the Compass Enrollment Center and enroll in courses.
Enrollment for Fall, Spring, and Full-year courses takes place between August 11 - September 30. Students have an opportunity to submit a late application between August 11 - September 16, and once approved (3-5 business days), enroll in courses by September 30.
For high school specific program information and assistance contact your UConn ECE Site Representative.
For additional assistance please contact the UConn ECE Program Office.
Withdrawing after September 30
Courses not dropped in the Compass Enrollment Center by September 30 require a Withdrawal Form to be submitted and all program fees to be paid.
Students must complete a Withdrawal Form and submit it to the UConn ECE Program Office by December 11 for Fall courses and
April 30 (by June 30, or the end of the course, which ever is first) for Spring 2020 and Full-year courses (19-20), and all course fees must be paid. Students cannot withdraw from a course after the posted deadlines. The course will appear on an official UConn transcript with a WAU or W as a final grade. Students do not earn credit for withdrawn courses, nor will the course impact a Student’s grade point average (GPA). If a Student does not submit a completed Withdrawal Form by the posted deadline, the Instructor will calculate the Student’s grade according to the grading rubric applied to all Students in the course, averaging zeros for all work not submitted.
Although each high school may have additional criteria specific to their student population, UConn ECE Partners must utilize the UConn ECE Student Eligibility Guidelines in their student selection process.