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College in High School
Program
2014-2015
What is the College in High School (CHS)
Program?
• Awards college credit for the successful completion of approved
courses offered at participating high school
• Special SUNY reduced tuition rate
• Students are SUNY Potsdam non-matriculated undergraduates
• Students receive SUNY Potsdam transcript upon course
completion
• Most credits can be transferred to other institutions, at the
discretion of the receiving institution
Admission Requirements:
• Minimum of 80.0 grade point average in a Regents/College
preparatory curriculum
• Completion of CHS Student Application
• Copy of high school transcript
Associated Cost:
• $175 per class per student
– Reduced tuition rate vs. $836.30
– Includes College & Transcript Fees
Benefits of Participation
Student:
High School:
•
Enhance college applications – Taking
college level coursework in HS reflects well
•
Benefit from SUNY Potsdam Faculty
Mentors
•
Introduced to college level work in the
comfort of the HS environment
•
Augmented college and career
preparation assistance
•
Get ahead – double major, add a minor,
internships, study abroad - over 40% of
entering freshmen come to Potsdam with
either AP, IB or College credits
•
Become more attractive to college
recruiters who may visit your school
•
Fulfill general education or language
requirements
•
Save money $$$
•
Receive college and career advice
The Process
TIMELINE
May – June
•
Request for course proposals
from high schools
June – August
•
Proposal Review
July – September
•
Articulation Agreements signed
Course
Proposals
Articulation
Agreements
Develop &
Conduct
Course
October 1
•
Student applications due
October – December
•
Faculty Liaison class visit #1
October – June
•
College & Career Prep Series
(Beta)
November – December
•
Tuition payments due
March – June
•
Faculty Liaison class visit #2
July 1
•
Final grades due
Students
Apply
Admin &
Processing
Grading
1. COURSE PROPOSALS
SUNY Potsdam:
•
SUNY Potsdam reaches out
to High Schools guidance
counselors
High School:
•
High Schools nominate any
advanced courses with
Partnership Information Form
•
Submit course syllabus
•
Instructor resume
•
Instructor Information
Form
Course
Proposals
Articulation
Agreements
Develop &
Conduct
Course
SUNY Potsdam:
•
•
Materials forwarded to
academic departments for
review
Equivalency designation set
Students
Apply
Admin &
Processing
Grading
Instructor
Resume(s)
for each class
Course
Syllabus/I
for each class
2. ARTICULATION AGREEMENT
SUNY Potsdam:
•
Affiliation Agreement is
created and forwarded to
High School along with
Faculty Liaison contact
information and SUNY
course syllabus
Course
Proposals
Articulation
Agreements
High School:
•
High School instructor(s),
Guidance Counselor, and
Principal sign agreement
•
Return signed agreement to
Extended Education
Develop &
Conduct
Course
SUNY Potsdam:
•
•
Department Chair,
Extended Education, and
Provost signatures
Copy of completed
agreement forwarded to
High School
Students
Apply
Admin &
Processing
Grading
SUNY Course
Syllabus
for each
approved class
3. DEVELOP & CONDUCT COURSE
High School:
•
•
Instructor tweaks course (if
desired) in conjunction with
SUNY Faculty Liaison and
SUNY equivalent course
syllabus
Instructor teaches course as
usual, consulting SUNY
Faculty Liaison if needed
Course
Proposals
Articulation
Agreements
Develop &
Conduct
Course
SUNY Potsdam:
•
SUNY Faculty Liaison makes
1-2 class visits throughout
the academic year to
observe and provide
feedback, ensuring
academic rigor consistent
with equivalent SUNY course
Students
Apply
Admin &
Processing
Grading
4. STUDENTS APPLY
High School:
•
•
Within first month of class,
any student interested in
taking course for college
credit (typically Jr or Sr with
80+ GPA) submits
application to designated
High School Designee
Course
Proposals
Articulation
Agreements
Designee forwards all
applications and student
transcripts to Extended
Education by October 1
NEW: Accepted CHS students
will receive information and be
eligible to participate in a
College and Career
Preparation Series provided by
SUNY Potsdam’s Office of
Admissions and Experiential
Education Office (In the works)
Students
Apply
Admin &
Processing
Develop &
Conduct
Course
Grading
Student
Transcript
for each student
5. ADMIN & PROCESSING
SUNY Potsdam:
•
High School Instructor is
entered into system as
adjunct faculty
•
Courses are created and
students enrolled
•
Students receive
confirmation letter
acknowledging enrollment
and including “P number”
and instructions on
obtaining transcript
•
Invoice generated for total
amount of enrollments and
sent to High School
Representative
Course
Proposals
Articulation
Agreements
Develop &
Conduct
Course
High School:
•
•
High School collects
payments from students
($175 per class)
Issues one check to SUNY
Potsdam for total amount
Students
Apply
Admin &
Processing
Grading
Student Name and
Address
6. GRADING
High School:
•
High School submits final
grades for each CHS
student to Extended
Education by July 1
SUNY Potsdam:
•
Extended Education enters
final grade for student
•
Registrar’s office provides
final transcript to student
upon request
Course
Proposals
Students
Apply
Articulation
Agreements
Admin &
Processing
Develop &
Conduct
Course
Grading
Previous Courses
European Travel Course
Adirondack Ecology
Production Stagecraft
Acting Studio
French IV
French V
Outdoor Leadership
Spanish IV
Spanish V
Potential Courses
ARTH 100
BIOL 111
DRAM 206
DRAM 235
FREN 103
FREN 203
HLTH 195
SPAN 103
SPAN 203
Psychology, AP Calculus, AP Physics,
Anatomy & Physiology, Music, Business, etc.
We also have the College Advancement Program!
Take college courses while in High School
Karla Fennell
Coordinator of Special Sessions
Office of Extended Education
[email protected]
315-267-2830
www.Potsdam.edu/ExtEd

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