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May 2, 2002

ULM Offers Summer Collegiate Program For High School Juniors

Outstanding high school juniors can earn university credit at the University of Louisiana at Monroe through their Summer Collegiate Program. The Summer Collegiate Program allows outstanding juniors to earn course credit for work completed during the summer sessions at ULM. Students will have the opportunity to experience university life by participating in various academic, social and recreational activities on campus.

High school students who will complete their junior year may qualify for the program by obtaining their high school principal's signature on the Summer Collegiate Program application; having an overall grade point average of "B" and an ACT composite score of 21 or higher.

Students my register for one or both summer terms and earn a maximum of seven hours each term. Term I is May 28-July 1 and Term II is July 3-August 7. Tuition is determined by the number of hours pursued by the student. Registration is underway and will continue until June 4.

Summer Collegiate Program application forms may be obtained from the ULM Office of Enrollment Services or from the ULM Admissions Office. For more information contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 342-5430 or toll free at 1-800-372-5127.

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