Register for eStart Extended Year College Composition Course

Register for eStart Extended Year College Composition Course

* Review all information below prior to proceeding with registration. *

Step 1

   Verify you meet all eStart Student Eligibility Requirements:

  • Resident of New Hampshire.

  • Enrolled in an approved NH high school or an approved NH home school program.

  • Be a high school junior or senior between the ages of 15 and 20 (eStart courses must be completed prior to 21st birthday). Sophomores who are 15 may enroll if they obtain permission from the instructor.

  • Have not earned a high school diploma.

  • Not be expelled from a school or diploma granting program.

Step 2

   Create a VLACS student account through the VLACS website: http://sis.vlacs.org/PublicCreateUser.aspx

  • Account information is required by the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS) and the NH Department of Education to ensure proper funding.
     
  • Students who do not create a VLACS account will not receive high school credit for the eStart course and will be charged the full price of a CCSNH college course.
     
  • If you already have a VLACS student account, there is no need to create a new one.

Step 3

   Select your registration method:

  • Online registration is not available for this course. Students must register by Mail or Fax.
     
  • eStart Scholarship applicants must mail in their registration form along with their scholarship application form.
     
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Register by Mail or Fax

Step 4

   Receive a confirmation letter from CCSNH with instructions on accessing the eStart course.

  • Contact the WMCC Registrar’s office if you have a problems accessing your course.
     

Important Information:

  • Class start date is October 30, 2017.

  • Course may require the purchase of a textbook or other course materials.  Please verify requirements through the instructor, course syllabus, or college bookstore.

  • Do not open or write in your textbook until you know the course is running, in case you need to return or exchange your textbook.

  • Students are responsible for logging in to the course via Blackboard, the software used at CCSNH for online courses. Students must use CCSNH student email to contact instructors and receive messages. Instructors do not email to personal email accounts. Each Blackboard course site is available as instructors make them visible to students, which may not be until the first day of class.