High School College Credit

Beginning Fall 2018, high school students at public and private high schools in Wisconsin can earn college credit, while still in High School, through the Early College Credit Program (ECCP). A student selected for the program may be permitted to enroll at UW-Superior to take one or more courses for which the student may earn high school credit, post-secondary credit, or both. Under ECCP, the costs of the courses are shared among the institute of higher education, the school district or private school, the state, and in some cases the student’s family.

Apply:

  • Complete the UW System ECCP Participation Form and submit to your school counselor for approval.
    • Your paperwork is due to your high school no later than March 1 (for Fall & Summer terms) and October 1 (for Spring term). You must complete this paperwork every semester you plan to participate in the program.
  • Apply online at apply.wisconsin.edu
    • Create an account and select UW-Superior.
    • Application and enrollment fees will be waived.
  • Submit an Official High School transcript and ACT Score (ACT is optional), as well as, official AP scores if courses you are interested in require pre-requisite or placement tests where you may have already met the requirement.
    • To qualify, you must have a 3.0 GPA. If you don't meet the criteria and would like to discuss your qualifications, please contact the Admissions Office.

Enroll:

  1. Complete the Course Request Form.
    • TIP: Talk with your high school counselor to see which courses are appropriate and don’t forget to include the class number.
  2. Complete the Student Request to Release Non-Directory Information Form
    • TIP: If you agree to release relevant information to your school counselor we suggest that you include them on this form.

Succeed:

There's no need to go it alone! UW-Superior has resources to help you succeed in even the most challenging classes. From the Educational Success Center, to the Math Lab and the Writing Center, tutors and fellow students are available to lend you a hand. Best of all, these services are free.

Please keep in mind that it is your responsibility to be knowledgeable regarding dates, policies, and procedures especially as they may relate to fees that could be assessed for tuition, materials, dropping course(s), late fees and refunds. You are subject to UW-Superior codes of conduct and academic policies.

Stay connected with your school guidance counselor, your UW-Superior advisor, as well as, your UW-Superior email.

For more information, please contact Kathryn Guimond  in our Center for Continuing Education.