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At the beginning of each academic year, all new and returning Project EXCEL students will be REQUIRED to complete the Project EXCEL (fall term) Online Enrollment Form (OEF), prior to registering for fall or yearlong Project EXCEL dual credit courses. This form, designed to capture student demographic and contact information, will allow a VU Student ID (A#) to be automatically generated and emailed to new Project EXCEL students. The A# is now REQUIRED for, both, Project EXCEL course registration and Accuplacer testing purposes. Students should complete the OEF during the first week of class. New students, needing to take the Accuplacer placement test, should complete the OEF at least one week prior to the scheduled testing date to ensure they receive their A#, which is required to take the Accuplacer test.
Returning students must also complete the OEF, each academic year, to reactivate their student status and to verify all information previously submitted is current. This includes the student's mailing address, phone number, and email address.
IMPORTANT - Students who did not enroll in fall or yearlong courses, but are planning to enroll in spring courses, should complete the Project EXCEL (spring term) OEF prior to December 15.
ALL students are still required to complete the four-part paper registration form in order to register for Project EXCEL courses (the OEF does NOT replace the paper registration form).
The OEF may be accessed by clicking on the link below:
Please click here for more information and OEF instructions.
Social Security Number Requirements: Social Security numbers are required to be submitted by all Project EXCEL students, if they are US citizens. Students must enter their SSN on the student registration carbonless forms, and if the student has their number available, on the OEF. If you have any questions, please refer to IRS Form W9-S Revised March 2008, Page 2, Part III. Requester Information - Penalties:
- Failure to furnish correct SSN or ITIN. If you fail to furnish your correct SSN or ITIN to the requester, you are subject to a penalty of $50 unless your failure is due to reasonable cause and not to willful neglect.
- Misuse of SSN or ITIN. If the requester discloses or uses your SSN or ITIN in violation of federal law, the requester may be subject to civil and criminal penalties.
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Students seeking accommodations and support from VU’s Office of Disability Services must submit their request and documentation prior to, or at the beginning of, the semester in which they are enrolled for dual credit courses. In the college setting, the accommodations authorized may not match those granted for high school courses, since the laws that apply to colleges and universities are not the same laws that apply to the K through 12 school system. Students taking dual credit courses, for college credit, are held to the college requirements.
Additional information may be found on the Disability Services website under Early College/Project EXCEL Dual Credit or by contacting the Disability Services office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-888-4501.
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