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Summer Academy Application 

Pre-College Course Application

Add A Course

   Before you begin..

    1. Vermont Dual Enrollment students: you will need a voucher number to complete registration. Obtain a dual enrollment voucher.  
    2. You will need your social security number to complete the application.
    3. You can save this form and return later at any time.

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Student Info

Student's Name and Email address

your full and legal first name

your full and legal last name

Use the same email address on all forms for faster service. 

For example, if you and a sibling use the same email address, your accounts may become combined and cause registration delays

Other Info

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Student Contact Information

ADMIN - Hidden Phone Number

Phone Number

Phone Number

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This is for the opportunity name field. It concatenates with the contact name and interest

Course of study
High School Course Selection
Identify the existing course that you want to replace

This is a five (5) digit number. Look up the course number

Cut and paste the exact title
Course Selection Method

The first column of buttons is for your first choice of course.  In case your first choice is not available, the second row of buttons is for your second choice of course.  Show me how to select courses

  1. Visit the webpage of the UVM Registrar.
  2. Sroll down and click on the correct term under "Schedule Of Courses By Term"
  3. Click on "Schedule of Courses" button on the landing page.
  4. Select the College/School or Subject
  5. Select a course.
  6. View pre-requisites/notes before selecting this course - you may require permission.
  7. Enter the course information below
Course Table (make sure you've selected a term above)
Course choice

Example: 012

Example: "OL3" (No spaces)

The Course Registration Number (CRN) is a five-digit identifcation number

Science Labs

Examples: Biology (BIOL BCOR) College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Engineering (CE, ME, ENGR) Chemistry (CHEM) Geography (GEOG) Physics (PHYS) Geology (GEOL)
Lab courses usually are in the following subject areas:
  • BIOL (Biology)
  • BCOR (Biology/BioCore)
  • CALS (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences)
  • CE, ME, ENGR:  Engineering
  • CHEM: Chemistry
  • GEOG: Geography
  • GEOL: Geology
  • PHYS: Physics 
How to register for a lab (for courses selected from the menu above)
How to register for a lab (for courses entered by hand above)
Lab Details

Example: 012

Example: "OL3" (No spaces)

The Course Registration Number (CRN) is a five-digit identifcation number

Lab may be required

You will be registered for both the lecture and the lab.
Math Course Placement Test Self-selection/Pre-Requisite Check

All first-time math students are required to take an online math placement test before the course begins.  We will contact you with details.

A placement exam is required of first-time math students.

Pre-requisites must have been taken at UVM. Look up your course to check the pre-requisites.
Foreign Language Placement Test Self-selection/Pre-Requisite Check

All first-time foreign language students are required to take an online foreign language placement test before the course begins.  We will contact you with details.

A placement test exam is required of all students taking a foreign langue course at UVM for the first time.

Pre-requisites must have been taken at UVM. Look up your course to check the pre-requisites.
Summer Academy Residential/Commuter

Adventures in Neurscience is offered online and does not have a residential/commuter option

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Demographic information
Student Citizenship

Social Security Number

Enter with no dashes or hyphens (ex: 000000000)

Non Citizen/Non Permanent Resident

ex. F-1; J-1; L-2; H-4

Student Information

Note that you are not required to answer "yes" to this question, or provide an explanation, if the criminal adjudication or conviction has been expunged, sealed, annulled, pardoned, destroyed, erased, impounded, or otherwise required by law or ordered by a court to be kept confidential.

These actions could include, but are not limited to: probation, suspension, removal, dismissal, or expulsion from the institution.

The section below is optional

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:

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High School Information

Current High School

If the school you attend is not listed, please select "Not Listed Below" from the top of the list

Even if you live in Vermont, you must complete this section in order to be considered for in-state residency status. In-state residency is based on UVM Residency Policy
Vermont Residency

Vermont Residency Questionnaire

In order to be considered for in-state tuition, you must complete this section. The final decision on residency is made by the residency office. Regardless of your responses below, it is the student's responsibility to understand their final residency determination before they register. The residency office may request additional information before determining residency status. All Applications for In-State Status should be received no later than the last day of the Add/Drop period for the semester for which in-state status is sought. All applications received after the Add/Drop period will be considered for the following semester for which the student is enrolled.

Learn more about UVM residency criteria

not needed for pre-coll per residency officer April 2016
Please list employers for the last two years below


MM/DD/YYYY (list today's date if currently employed)

Parent/Guardian's Permanent Address

Enter years and months (i.e. 10 years, 2 months)
Other address

For Vermont Residents Only: The information above does not change the residency status established at your last enrollment. For information on filing for in-state status, contact the Residency Office, Registrar's Office, 85 South Prospect St., (802) 656-8515.

Information is also available online under Policies & Procedures on the Registar's webpage.

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Reduced-Tuition Program Eligibility

Dual Enrollment

Based on your answers above, you may qualify for a Dual Enrollment Voucher.  Dual Enrollment vouchers allow Vermont high school students to take up to two college courses total during their Junior and Senior years at a reduced price. Learn more about Dual Enrollment and Watch How To Videos.


We will notify you when the State of Vermont has made dual enrollment vouchers available.

 See fee details
Dual Enrollment Voucher Entry

Apply for a voucher (you can save this form and resume later if you like -- see top of page).

Guidance Counselor Communication

Enrolling in a course at UVM while in high school may have implications for your high school education. Please acknowledge below that you will be in communication with your guidance counselor about your educational plans at UVM.

Parent/Guardian Contact Information

We will contact this address to approve course selection and for payment of the deposit.

ADMIN Phone Numbers

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Terms and Conditions

Responsible for all charges billed
I understand that by submitting this course registration I am entering into a financial arrangement with UVM and I accept responsibility for all charges billed to the student’s UVM account.

Billing notices
I understand that UVM student bills will be posted online in the UVM Student Information System (MyUVM) and that all billing notices will be sent to the student’s UVM assigned e-mail address and that it is my responsibility to review and pay the bill before the due date on the bill.

Email communication regarding billing
I understand that I may also receive direct e-mail communication from UVM Student Financial Services, including billing notifications and reminders.

I understand that all disputes about registration or payment will be governed by Vermont law and subject to the jurisdiction of the courts in Vermont.

False information
I understand that false information on the Dual Enrollment application may result in the student being held responsible for tuition.

Contact by telephone
I authorize the University and its agents and contractors to contact me regarding my account at any telephone number I provide.

For more information about tuition, fees, and UVM billing procedures, visit UVM Student Financial Services.

Program cancellation acknowledgement
I understand that UVM reserves the right to cancel this program due to insufficient enrollment or any other reason which would impact the quality or viability of the program.

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Terms and Conditions (cont.)

Review policies and procedures
I understand that I am responsible for reviewing UVM’s tuition refund policy and other required add/drop and withdrawal procedures of the University, and that the student’s non-attendance of courses does not relieve me of any tuition or course charges. Please review policies and important dates at the links below:

Late fees
I understand that accounts not paid when due are subject to a late fee and a hold preventing registration and access to grades and transcripts.

Delinquent accounts
I understand that seriously delinquent accounts may be placed with an outside collection agency or reported to the national credit bureau system. I agree to reimburse the University all collection agency fees, up to a maximum of 40% of the debt (or the highest amount allowed by law), together with attorney’s fees and all other costs and charges necessary for the collection of any amount not paid when due.

Responsibility for Student Fees
I understand that, in addition to any tuition charges, I am responsible for paying the comprehensive fees, and all course fees, lab fees, and/or program fees that may apply based on the course at the full rate regardless of any tuition discount. Please note, the Dual Enrollment voucher applies to tuition only. All other fees are the responsibility of the student.

Schedule of Rates

*The comprehensive fee is mandatory and covers the use of facilities such as the Davis Center, shuttle bus services, library services, etc. These fees are payable online via electronic check or credit card. See the 'Direct Payment Options' section.