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Early Admission Students

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Early Admission Students

Alysha Barker

“I really enjoyed the Early Admit Program. It was exactly what I was hoping for my senior year. All of my professors were great and very helpful. In my classes, I actually felt like I was learning something useful, and they were just challenging enough to keep my interest without being too difficult.” Alysha Barker – Mayfield High School graduate 2011

What can an above average high school senior do for a challenge after already fulfilling most requirements for high school graduation by the end of junior year? By senior year, many students’ only remaining graduation requirements are 12th grade English, social studies, and physical education. Students might choose Fulton-Montgomery Community College’s Early Admission Program and begin college while still in high school.

Early admission students receive high school and college credit simultaneously. The purpose of early admission is to allow advanced high school seniors who have completed the majority of their high school requirements the opportunity to challenge themselves and start college early.

To be eligible for the Early Admissions program, the student must rank within the top half of their graduating class and be recommended by their Guidance Counselor or high school Principal to qualify. Students not ranked in the top half of their graduating class but otherwise in good standing may take credit bearing courses for exploration.

For more information about the Early Admit Program please call or text Mimi Eglin, FM Admissions Counselor at 518-641-1192 or email her at mimi.eglin@fmcc.suny.edu.

Important Dates:

Jun 22Special Friday Make-up Day for Summer Day Session I 

Jun 29Last Day of Classes for Summer Day Session I 

Jun 29Last Day to Register for Summer Day Session II without a $25 Late Fee 

Jun 29Fifth Friday Speaker Series 

Jul 2Final Grades Due for Summer Day Session I 

Jul 2First Day of Classes for Summer Day Session II 

Jul 3Late Payment Period for Summer Day Session II (Subject to $25 Late Fee) 

Jul 3Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawals for Summer 8-Week Evening Session 

Jul 4Independence Day Holiday – No Classes 

Jul 12Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawals for Summer 10-Week Session 

Jul 13Special Friday Make-up Day for Summer 8-Week Evening Session 

Jul 16LPN Information Session 

Jul 20Last Day of Classes for Summer 8-Week Evening Session 

Jul 23Final Grades Due for Summer 8-Week Evening Session 

Jul 24Last Day for Individual Course Withdrawals for Summer Day Session II 

Jul 27Special Friday Make-up Day for Summer Day Session II 

Jul 27Special Friday Make-up Day for Summer 10-Week Session 

Aug 3Last Day of Classes for Summer Day Session II 

Aug 3Last Day of Classes for Summer 10-Week Session 

Aug 6Final Grades Due for Summer Day Session II 

Aug 6Final Grades Due for Summer 10-Week Session 

Aug 13LPN Information Session 

Aug 23New Commuter Student Orientation 

Aug 24New Commuter Student Orientation 

Aug 26New Residential Student Move In Day! 

Aug 31Last day to register for Fall Session w/o $25 late fee 

Sep 3Returning Residential Student Move In Day! 

Sep 5First Day of Classes for Fall Session 

Sep 20Tri County Counselors College Fair 

Oct 8Columbus Day Holiday – No Classes (limited services/facilities may be available) 

Nov 12Veteran’s Day Holiday – No Classes (limited services/facilities may be available) 

Nov 22Thanksgiving Holiday – No Classes (limited services/facilities may be available) 

Nov 23Thanksgiving Holiday – No Classes (limited services/facilities may be available) 

Nov 24Thanksgiving Holiday – No Classes (limited services/facilities may be available) 

Nov 25Thanksgiving Holiday – No Classes (limited services/facilities may be available) 

Dec 14Last Day of Classes