Parents Corner

FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)

The Office of Early College Programs is limited as to the student information we may release to parents of our students. UConn ECE students are included in the University's Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) policy. We are bound by federal laws (FERPA) which mandate certain privacy rights for students.

Detailed information and access can be found here:

May 2018 update: We are very excited to announce that UConn and Early College Experience (ECE) have worked within the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) guidelines to grant more accessible and easier access to your student’s account. By becoming a delegate and authorized user on your student’s account you will have the ability to create your own logins to view their course history, transcripts, term fee bill and make a payment on their account. Delegated Access and Authorized User are meant to allow you to assist your student in monitoring their academic records with UConn and ECE. They allow you as the parent to have your own login to access their records without having to call on your student’s behalf or use their personal login information. We hope that these tools allow you to help monitor your student’s account as they transition into their post high school careers.

How to set up parent/ delegate access

Step 1: Student

Step 2: Parent

Billing & Payment

UConn Early College Experience bills are sent directly to the student via email. The office will use the email address provided during the Compass application process. Bills are sent after the student's course enrollment is complete, beginning in July.

How to pay a bill...

Transfer Database

Use our Credit Transfer Database to help determine the likelihood of transferring your UConn ECE courses to other colleges and universities. This page also describes how to request an official UConn transcript.

2018-19 Partner School and Course Offerings

Pre-College Summer

Check out the OECP Pre-College Summer program, for rising Juniors and Seniors to spend a week involved in a non-credit course exploring an area of interest.

ECE Online Store

Visit the UConn ECE store for UConn ECE T-shirts and hats.