Lyndon State College is excited to offer a non-residential program just for Vermont high school students: the Early College Program. Lyndon’s Early College Program will allow approved students to choose from a variety of courses at Lyndon while exploring their choice of degree programs and experiencing the college academic environment. Each course successfully completed at Lyndon counts toward both high school and college. You must be at least 16 years old and enrolled full time in high school or in an approved home-school program in order to be considered for admission to the Early College program.
Early College is made possible by Vermont’s Flexible Pathways Initiative. Tuition is waived, but students are expected to cover the cost of books and any applicable fees.
Application Deadline: April 15, 2014 for 2014–2015 Academic Year.
All prospective ECP students must submit the following:
After all documents have been received, the ECP coordinator will schedule an interview. Once a student has been accepted into Lyndon’s ECP, the ECP coordinator will waive the student’s tuition deposit. A maximum of 18 students will be accepted to the program.
Submit application documents by e-mail, fax, or mail to:
Please keep in mind that only tuition is waived for the ECP participants. Any and all arrangements for the payment of fees, meal plans, health insurance, etc., must be made by August 8, 2014. There will be a charge of $2,133 to any full time student not covered by another medical plan. Fee amount subject to change, pending federal health reform effective date.
Even though ECP students will not be residential students, they are welcome and encouraged to attend Lyndon State College’s Fall Kickoff which will take place the weekend before the start of classes.
Classes for the fall 2014 semester begin on Monday, August 25th. ECP students wishing to try out for fall athletics will be required to be available by Saturday, August 16th, 2014.
Contact Trevor Barski at email@example.com or 802 626-4848