Get a step ahead on college
The Early College Experience (ECE) program at the University of Connecticut encourages students to take classes in their high schools that also provide credit at the University of Connecticut. That is, these classes count for high school graduation and also give credit at the University of Connecticut, at all other Connecticut state universities and colleges and at many private colleges as well.
The program offers many benefits for students and their parents:
To gain college credit, students must earn a grade of C or higher in their ECE classes. In contrast to Advanced Placement or freshman college courses, ECE students are graded on all of their work throughout the class.
When you take these steps, and when you complete your ECE class, you will have passed a class in college. You will save your parents thousands of dollars by passing this college class at Bulkeley. You will be able to earn your college degree more quickly. Congratulations!
An introduction to college biology, with emphasis on ecology, evolution, genetics, and plant biology.
Surveys political, economic, social, and cultural developments in American history through the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Surveys political, economic, social, and cultural developments in American history following Reconstruction.