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Contact us: Ph. 800-252-5119 ext. 6100 | email@example.com
The mission of the Early College Program is to challenge high school women to live extraordinary lives of personal professional fulfillment by providing the opportunity to accelerate through their high school curriculum and begin their undergraduate experience early as members of Brenau University Women’s College.
Our program provides the best of both worlds. You will be able to complete high school requirements and receive a diploma but also start your college experience. This is done in a safe and structured environment that will help nurture and support you as you transition your educational experience to the next level. Staff members guide you through all aspects of your life on campus, including academics, college and career planning, cultural experiences, and more. We are here to help you succeed!
Please feel free to call us at 800-252-5119 ext. 6100 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or would like to speak with an admissions specialist. Click here to “like” Brenau’s Early College Program on Facebook!
Katie BroccoloEarly College Admissions Specialist
|Exceptional female high school age students have the opportunity to be dual-enrolled through the Early College Program and complete high school diploma requirements while accelerating into their college experience. The ideal applicant will have at least a 3.5 grade point average in high school-level classes and will score 1100 or better on SAT or equivalent tests.|
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✓ Submit your online application at www.brenau.edu/apply
✓ Request that High School Transcripts be sent directly to the Office of Admissions
✓ Request that Standardized Test Scores (ACT or SAT) be sent directly to the Office of Admissions
✓ Submit your Written Essay to the Office of Admissions.
✓ Have your English Teacher submit a completed Reference Form to the Office of Admissions.
✓ Have your Math Teacher submit a completed Reference Form to the Office of Admissions.
✓ “Like” Brenau Early College on Facebook to connect with your future classmates.
✓ Schedule a campus visit if you have not already done so.
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Things to do right away
1. RSVP for the Registration Day you plan to attend: Freshmen must attend either Early Registration in June or August Registration. You will receive more details regarding registration about 8 weeks ahead of time.
3. Apply for ACCEL: Submit the ACCEL Application via GACollege411 . If you have any questions about ACCEL please contact Barbara Wilson, Registrar at 770.534.6203 or email@example.com or Pam Barrett, Director for Financial Aid at 770.534.6152 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
3. Submit your Housing Application (PDF) if you are a residential student.
4. Review the IT Information (PDF) and log on to your student email account. Please begin checking your student email account regularly. Email is the official method of communication with students at Brenau University.
Things to do before arriving on campus:
1. Request that your final transcript from your previous year be submitted the Office of Admissions: If we do not receive your transcript(s) by registration for your second semester you will not be allowed to register for classes at Brenau.
3. Encourage your parents to visit the Accounting Office webpage to begin planning your Tuition Payment and Payment Arrangements. Tuition is due before the start of the semester you plan to attend classes. To discuss payment or payment plan options, please contact the Accounting Office at 770-534-6150 or 800-252-5119 ext. 6150.
4. Complete the Student Health Form Packet (PDF) . These forms must be completed and submitted before you arrive on campus for check-in. If your immunization form is not on file, you will not be able to move into the residence hall or attend class.
5. Complete and submit the Parent Information Form .
6. Complete the Emergency Contact Form so that Brenau officials will know who to contact if you are involved in an emergency situation.
7. Request your Brenau ID Card .
8. Sign-up for the E2 Campus Alert System .
9. If you are 18 or older, and would like to give designated individuals permission to speak with Brenau University officials regarding personally identifiable information, please complete the FERPA Release of Information Form (PDF) . (optional)
10. Visit the Registrar’s Calendars and Schedules page to begin planning your schedule.
11. Explore the Barnes & Noble/Brenau University Bookstore : The bookstore has information on how to purchase or rent textbooks, store hours, how to purchase spirit wear and much more.
12. Get excited about joining the Brenau family!