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College Prep Program Enrollment Process

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STEP
1

 

Apply

 

Submit AUC application online or by mail with the application fee by the given deadline

STEP
2

 

Submit Documents

 

Submit Admissions required documents.

STEP
3

 

Wait for Decision

 

Wait on Acceptance/Denial Letter

STEP
1

 

Pre-register for classes

 

Get Advisor Pre-Reegistration Approval

  1. See Advisor to discuss course selection needs.
  2. NEW ACTION: Login to MyAUC to pre-register.  Student submits Personal Information Update and Registration Agreement forms. Please click HERE*
    Note: These are Required forms and the Add/Drop link to register for classes will not be enabled unless these forms are first submitted. (*Link only works if you are logged in to MyAUC)
  3. Student pre-registers for classes.  
  4. Advisor approves student schedule
STEP
2

 

Complete Clearances

 

Complete all registration clearances applicable to you.  Please click HERE* to view your registration clearances (*Link only works if you are logged in to MyAUC)

STEP
3

 

Wait To be Officially Registered

 

After the registrar reviews all registration clearances complete dates and you have pre-registered, you will be granted Officially Registered status.  This is when your name appears on the class roster.

Unofficial High School Transcripts*{expander}

High School Transcripts
Request an official transcript from any accredited academy/high school that you attended to be submitted to the office of Admissions.

If you are still in high school, an unofficial transcript is acceptable until you are able to submit the official copy.  It would be helpful for you to include your graduation date and scores of scholastic aptitude and academic achievement.
 
Download and print the Transcript Request form.
  • Acceptance requirements is a GPA of 2.2 and above or a GED with a minimum score of 150 on each of the four subject exams or equivalent scores on other GED versions.
  • Official transcripts must be mailed to AUC. They are to be signed and sealed by an authorized Academic Official.
  • A graduation date recorded on the transcripts is a requirement for an official transcript.

(We accept partial transcripts – up to 11th grade, until you have graduated)

GED
If you have completed the Test of General Education Development (GED) please request your test scores to be submitted to the office of Admissions.

Home Schooling
Home School students must submit a transcript from an accredited high school, or a GED with a minimum score of 150 on each of the four subject exams or equivalent scores on other GED versions.

* Essential documents required for Provisional Acceptance

Come to the IT office, Haskell Hall #213

  • Placement Exam(s) - Schedule test 978-368-2380
  • Student ID Card
  • Vehicle Registration (if planning to park on-campus)
  • WiFi/Labs/Emergency-Broadcast-System Setup

Registration Clearances explained



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