Eligibility and Requirements
To be eligible for the College Early Start Program:
College Early Start Program requirements
- Students must have completed their junior or senior year of high school
- Students must receive authorization from their high school guidance counselor
- Students must also receive authorization from their parent or legal guardian to enroll
What else should students know about the College Early Start program?
- Meet all eligibility criteria listed above
- Provide evidence of a pass of examination at the junior or senior level
- Meet with Webster University Ghana Asst. Academic Dir. Esther Foli, to register for courses
- Register for and attend the College Early Start online orientation on June 7, 2021
Early College students are members of the Webster University student body and are expected to adhere to the college
rules, regulations, and Student Code of Conduct.
The Online Code of Conduct for Students is below:
- Be an active, engaged participant in the virtual classroom, typically logging in 4-7 days a week
- Be able to use technology effectively
- Be able to complete assignments by stated deadlines
- Be able to use written communication effectively
- Be able to work with others in completing projects, as necessary
- Seek assistance from the instructor, Library, Success Center,
Academic Resource Center,
IT Service Desk and other university departments as needed
- When assistance is needed, it is expected that you find a solution to your problem or
come to a resolution in a timely manner, so that you can continue making progress on your course.
If you need assistance in that regard, please contact the Online Student Services
Team for support (contact info below).
- Appropriately cite or reference material that is not your own in all discussions, assignments and other course work
- Need help? Try the Online Writing Center,
or find citation guides
- Learn more about Academic Integrity
and Academic Honesty
Please remember that students enrolling in the College Early Start program are starting their official
college transcript upon registering and attending classes. It is critical that students remember that their grades
will directly impact their college records, college GPA, and college transcript, so it is imperative to take
these courses seriously at all times.