Participating high schools have Excelsior Program informational brochures for distribution and course enrollment applications containing the necessary information to take advantage of this opportunity. The program is explained and the enrollment process is completed at the high school. Only accurate and complete applications, submitted through the high school teacher, can be processed for enrollment. All others will not be processed and returned to the student via the address reported on the course enrollment application.
Please take note of the timeline, policies and due dates as course enrollment applications and tuition checks are binding and non-refundable after communicated high school collection date (September for fall and full year courses and January for spring semester only courses). Student enrollment status cannot be changed nor can additional students be enrolled into the course after this collection date.
Students may contact their high school counselor/administration to see what courses are being offered in their school district and student eligibility.
Excelsior Program Timeline 2015-2016:
Last day to enroll in an Excelsior Program course – September 25, 2015 (fall semester/full year courses), February 12, 2016 (spring semester only courses). Student enrollment is binding and tuition non-refundable.
Last day to withdraw froman Excelsior Program course due to change in high school schedule, with a W assigned as a grade and no tuition refund – December 1, 2015(fall semester only courses), May 1, 2016 (full year and spring semester only courses). A copy of the student’s high school transcript and an Excelsior Program withdrawal form is required to be on file in the Excelsior Program Office, prior to the withdrawal date(s), to process a course withdrawal.
Official SCCC student transcripts are available – July 1, 2016. If transcripts are ordered prior to this date, please make sure the box “Hold for final grades/graduation” is checked.
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