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Early College Credit Program

Chase the Future

Gain an early college advantage.

Early College Credit Program (ECCP) is a state program, providing Wisconsin public and private students in grades 9-12 an opportunity to take one or more courses online or in-person at UW-Green Bay for high school and/or college credit. Students will need to be approved by their school district, and have a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) cumulatively or in relevant coursework is recommended.

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Our ECCP coordinator will help students choose courses and navigate the application process.

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Application is easy. We can walk students through the steps.

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We've created a reference page just for school districts. Everything you need to know about ECCP with UW-Green Bay all in one place!

What You Need to Know
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Here to Help Today

UW-Green Bay is here to help students today, even if they haven't figured out their future college plans. Our ECCP Coordinator will help students choose the best course options for them and help them navigate the process for enrollment. And when students are ready to transfer credits, we can help with that, too.

How to Transfer Credits
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Choosing Courses

ECCP includes online or in-person courses offered by UW-Green Bay and approved by school districts. Students are encouraged to choose courses that expand their knowledge ― over and above what might be available at their high schools. Some prerequisites may apply.

Explore Your Options

ECCP Application Deadlines

Remember to check your your email for information and next steps. 

Students will need to work with UW-Green Bay and their school districts to ensure all paperwork is submitted within designated state timeframes. Our ECCP Coordinator must register students for courses. Students may not register themselves.

Course start and end dates may vary. Check Schedule of Courses. Drop dates may also be staggered. Consult registrar's drop dates for fall. Planning dates for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 are detailed below. If you're unsure or have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.

Fall Semester 2022 Important Dates

Dates Milestone
March 1 Students must submit paperwork to school districts (school districts may exercise some discretion over the cutoff date for paperwork submissions)
Late March Our Fall 2022 Schedule of Courses will be released
July 1 Registration opens
Aug. 8 Last day to apply for ECCP for fall semester 2022
Aug. 15 Students may no longer add or swap ECCP courses
August 23-29 New ECCP Student Orientation dates: Green Bay Campus - Tuesday, August 23, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.; Sheboygan Campus - Monday, August 29, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.; Manitowoc Campus - Monday, August 29, 2-4 p.m.
Sept. 7 Fall semester begins

Spring Semester 2023 Important Dates

Dates Milestone
Oct. 1 Students must submit paperwork to school districts (school districts may exercise some discretion over the cutoff date for paperwork submissions)
Early Nov. Our Spring 2023 Schedule of Courses will be released
Dec. 1 Registration opens
January 3 Last day to apply for ECCP for spring semester 2023
January 9 Last day for students to add or swap ECCP courses
January 17-19 New ECCP Student Orientation dates: Green Bay Campus - Tuesday, January 17, 4:30-6 p.m.; Sheboygan Campus - Thursday, January 19, 4:30-5:30 p.m.; Manitowoc Campus - Thursday, January 19, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Jan. 23 Spring semester begins

Need Help?

Two ECCP coordinators are available to assist you.

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Tessa Rufledt

(920) 360-1235

Providing coordinator support for:

  • Green Bay Area Public Schools
    • East High School
    • John Dewey Academy of Learning
    • Preble High School
    • Southwest High School
    • West High School 
  • Marinette High School
  • Manitowoc Public School District
    • Lincoln High School
    • McKinley Academy
  • Sheboygan Area School District
    • Central High School
    • Etude Academy
    • North High School
    • South High School
    • Warriner High School
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Annika Kochaver

(920) 362-6680

Providing coordinator support for:

  • All other Wisconsin high schools