Why should I take college credit?
Taking college credit is optional, but it is recommended. For high school students interested in science as a profession, participation in Wild Studies is a positive step toward building your resume early in your educational and professional career. Later in college, when you begin applying for competitive internships, having this experience coupled with a credit from a major university will put you ahead of others with less experience. An additional $200 now may prove to be a rewarding investment a few years down the road. For teachers, taking graduate credit may allow you to meet professional objectives and goals set by your district to increase your placement on the pay scale or help you to meet credit requirements for an advanced degree.
Who can sign up for college credit?
You must be at least a Junior in high school (or the summer of your sophomore year) to be eligible to earn undergraduate credit. Participants with at least a 4 year degree can sign up for graduate credit.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point www.uwsp.edu
How much does it cost?
All participants of our program will receive Wisconsin in-state tuition prices. Undergraduate tuition for 2008 is $206.25 Graduate Tuition is $342.30.
What discipline is the credit offered through and how many credits can I earn?
For a week long eco-adventure students can earn 1 credit in Natural Resources.
How do I sign up?
Download the registration form and mail it WITH a check payable to UWSP before you go on your trip. The address can be found on the form.
What do I need to do to meet the credit requirement?
Details about your assignment can be found by clicking on the appropriate link at the top of this page. 100% of your grade will be the written assignment. All assignments are due September 15, 2008.
Questions about college credit?
Please contact Tara Short - Educational Director: email@example.com