Early Admission Program

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Early Admission Program

Fulton-Montgomery Community College offers high school seniors an option to study at the College on a part-time or full-time basis as an Early Admit student. This program allows qualified seniors the opportunity to fulfill high school graduation requirements through completed college credit. FM Admissions Counselors work collaboratively with your high school guidance office to help you complete the early admission application process and ensure  you are enrolled in all the courses needed to fulfill  your high school requirements.

The available options for this program are as follows:

Seniors in the top half of their high school class who are recommended by their guidance counselor or high school principal may study in this program.

Seniors, who are not in the top half of their class and who are recommended by their guidance counselor or principal, may apply for the Early Admit Exploratory program at the College, taking courses which have no effect upon high school graduation requirements.

Early Admit Students may enroll for full-time or part-time study. Early Admit Students may take all classes at FM or enroll for courses at their high school as well as FM.

Listed below are the steps to follow if you are interested in the Early Admission Program:

1. Discuss your interest in the FM Early Admission Program with your high school guidance counselor.

2. Complete Online Early Admission Application and Registration Form with Parent or Guardian.

3. Give your completed Registration Form to your guidance counselor, who will then complete the recommendation section.

4. Your high school counseling office will send your completed Registration Form and high school transcript to the Admissions Office at FM.

5. The FM Admissions Office (Mimi Eglin, Admissions Counselor) will review your application and send a decision letter to you.

Full-time (12 or more credits) may apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA. Early Admit Students are eligible for TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) only.

In the 2016-2017 Academic year, over 40 local high school students participated in the Early Admission Student Program at FM.

Congratulations 2016-2017 Early Admission Students!