The CEEB code is a number assigned by the College Board to identify each high school.
U-32's CEEB code is 460262.
You will use this code if you plan to take SAT, ACT or AP exams.
How to Apply
There are a number of admissions programs used by colleges and universities. Although these programs differ widely in specifics, some of them require considerable planning well before senior year.
This plan requires students to apply in November or December. The decision on their application is usually returned during December or January. This plan is suggested for students who are academically strong and know that they want to attend a particular college. Early decision candidates who are accepted are required to withdraw their application to other colleges and agree to matriculate at the college that accepts them. Students should not apply to more than one early decision program and should understand clearly the commitment they are making.
Early Action differs from early decision in that students are not required to accept admission or withdraw other applications if accepted. Early Action is offered chiefly by the highly selective institutions. UVM offers an early action option to Vermont students.
Colleges with rolling admissions do not have an application deadline. Decisions are made in the order that applications are received. Usually within 4-6 weeks after your file is complete, you can expect to receive notice of the action taken.
Many colleges require all applications by a deadline date and then notify all candidates of their decision on a set date in the spring.
Other Admissions Terms
Early Admission – a program that allows high school students to enroll in college before they graduate from high school. Admissions standards are more stringent for early admission.
Open Admissions – a policy adopted by non-competitive institutions which allows all applicants to be accepted. CCV has open admissions.
Midyear Admission – an option some colleges offer that allows students to start classes in the second semester rather than in the fall.
Deferred Admissions – an option some colleges offer that allows students to be accepted and delay attendance for a year. This option usually requires a deposit to hold the student's place.
Concurrent Enrollment – a program that permits currently enrolled high school students to take a course or courses at the college level.
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