CLARION UNIVERSITY OF PA
Winter Intersession Quick Admit Form
The quick admit
policy limits undergraduate students to a total of 12 credits. If a student
wishes to continue coursework beyond 12 credit hours,
he or she must seek admission to the University
through the Admissions Office. Graduate
students should contact the Division of Graduate Studies
at 814- 393-2337.
This is a
non-degree program and as a result, students are not eligible to receive
financial aid. If you are interested in pursuing an associate's or
bachelor's degree program at Clarion University, please complete the regular
admissions process at
www.clarion.edu/apply. Students seeking
a degree may receive financial aid.
Please complete the
top portion of the form completely. Use N/A for items that do not apply.
Items with an *
This email address will be used to confirm your
Asian or Pacific Islander
American Indian/Alaska Native
Prefer not to answer
Daytime Phone Number:
If yes, name of county:
High School Attended*:
High School City and State*:
GED received *:
If GED earned, date GED was received:
Have you attended Clarion University previously? *
If your are a
transfer or transient/guest student please list the following;
Full Name of College Name
(no abbreviations please):
Current College Attendance Dates:
REGISTRATION: The Registrar's Office will register you for
the courses indicated below based on course availability. The e-mail address
specified on the form will be used to confirm your registration. You
will be held responsible for tuition and fees incurred by your enrollment.
If you decide not to take courses, please notify the Registrar's Office
before the first day of the semester. A maximum of one course
may be taken in winter intersession.
Please include an ALTERNATE course in the event that your first choice is
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