Early College Access Application Spring 2022

    Husson University's ECAP program is open to high school Junior and Seniors. While there is no cost to take ECAP courses, students will be responsible for covering the cost of textbooks and or course materials. 
    ECAP students can take up 2 courses per semester for a maximum total of 21 credits over 2 years. Enrollment in courses is dependent on space availability. Some courses may have prerequisites that will need to be met before enrolling in a course. Students are required to fill out an application for each semester they wish to register for. 

    Early College Access Program Requirements:
    • ECAP is open to current high school juniors, seniors, or equivalent.
    • Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 80 or equivalent.
    • Requires a High School principal or school counselor approval.
    • Students seeking to enroll in a 7- week accelerated course must have a minimum GPA of 90 or equivalent and have a high school counselor's/ principal's recommendation.
    Husson's ECAP program is open to students within the domestic US.
    Personal Information
    Birthdate
    Birthdate
    Husson's ECAP program is open to students within the domestic US.
    Mailing Address
    Husson's ECAP program is open to students within the domestic US.
    Mailing Address
    Applicants are requested, but not required, to indicate their gender and ethnic background. Failure to respond to this inquiry will not subject you to any adverse action. Husson University will keep all information gathered in this inquiry as strictly confidential.

    Are you Hispanic or Latino? 

    Are you Hispanic or Latino? 

    Regardless of your answer to the prior question, please check one or more of the following groups in which you consider yourself to be a member:
    Regardless of your answer to the prior question, please check one or more of the following groups in which you consider yourself to be a member:
    Academic Information
    Please enter the name of the high school you are currently attending.
    Anticipated Graduation Date
    Anticipated Graduation Date
    Course Information

    Please indicate course name and section you wish to enroll in.
    Please note the following:

    • ECAP students are permitted to register for level 100 - 200 courses. 
    • If a course selection requires a prerequisite, you will need to submit an unofficial transcript before registration is completed.
    • Students seeking to enroll in a 7 week accelerated course must have a minimum GPA of 90 or equivalent and have a high school counselor's recommendation. 
    • ECAP students must fill out an application each semester they wish to register for. 
    Using the the course listing please enter course/section #  (example PY III I2) for the Spring 2022 course(s) you would like to register for. 
    ECAP students are permitted to register for level 100 - 200 courses only. 
    Campus Safety
    Husson University is committed to providing a safe environment for all members of our community. All applicants must answer the following questions. An affirmative answer does not necessarily bar admission to Husson, but does require review.

    If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you are required to provide the approximate date of each incident, explain the circumstances, and reflect on what you learned from the experience.
    Parent/Legal Guardian Information
    Husson University requires the signature of a parent/legal guardian for student's to participate in the Early College Access Program. We can not process your ECAP application without parental/legal guardian consent. Please provide the following information and an email will be sent to them.
    School Counselor or Principal*
    We ask that all students work with their school counselor or principal prior to registering for an ECAP course. Husson University requires the signature of a school counselor or principal for student's to participate in the Early College Access Program. We can not process your ECAP application without your school counselor or principal's consent. Please provide the following information and an email will be sent to them.
    Signature
    The University upholds privacy in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended.

    Husson University is committed to maintaining an environment that is free from unlawful harassment and discrimination of all kinds and prohibits discrimination against or harassment of any individual or group on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation gender identity and/or expression, religion, ancestry or national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship, veteran status, or any other applicable legally protected status in matters of admissions, employment, housing, or services in the educational programs or activities it operates. Consistent with the commitment, as well as federal and state laws, Husson University does not tolerate unlawful discrimination or harassment in any form. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects people from sex discrimination in educational programs and activities at institutions, like Husson University, that receive federal financial assistance. Questions regarding Title IX may be referred to the university's Title IX Coordinator, David Casavant, at casavantd@husson.edu, or 207-941-7132.

    In submitting this application, I hereby consent to do business electronically with Husson University. I also agree to accept all reasonable means of communicating electronically or otherwise. These affirmations may be withdrawn only in writing provided to the Office of Financial Aid [or Student Accounts.] A copy of the full policy relating to the Consent to do Business Electronically can be found at http://estudent.husson.edu/documents/husson-university_consent-to-do-business-electronically.pdf.

    Please note that immunization records are required prior to the start of classes.
    Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

    Important: Exchanging Information with your High School and Parents
    Communication among the educators supporting your success is key. In order to facilitate such communication, the University requests that the student waive their rights to privacy under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) as amended.
    By signing below, I am aware of and choose to waive my rights to privacy established by FERAP with respect to records involving academic matters, advising, admissions, and placement. The persons listed below have my permission to receive such information upon either verbal or written request.

    I wish to grant permission to following to receive information with respect to records involving academic matters, advising, admissions, and placement. The persons listed below have my permission to receive such information upon either verbal or written request.
    I wish to grant permission to following to receive information with respect to records involving academic matters, advising, admissions, and placement. The persons listed below have my permission to receive such information upon either verbal or written request.