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    Registration and General Information  - SPRING SESSION

    SETON HALL REGISTRATION LETTER TO STUDENTS (PDF- 2021-2022 School Year)

    Please mail all paperwork directly to Seton Hall.

    SETON HALL UNIVERSITY'S PROJECT ACCELERATION official info page: https://www.shu.edu/project-acceleration/registration-information.cfm

    APPLY & REGISTER FOR YOUR COURSE HERE: https://www.shu.edu/undergraduate-admissions/project-acceleration.cfm

    You should receive a registration form via email 24-48 hours after completion. If you do not, please contact the SHU Project Acceleration department immediately at projectacceleration@shu.edu with your full name, high school, and email address. 

    You will receive an email from SHU with the information to submit payment online. 

    PRINT AND MAIL YOUR FORMS TO SHU BY FEB. 16:

         Seton Hall University 
         College of Arts and Sciences 
         ATTN: Project Acceleration 
         Fahy Hall RM 118 
         South Orange, NJ 07079

    ****THE SHU OFFICE MUST RECEIVE YOUR FINAL FORMS NO LATER THAN FEB. 16****

    Students should consult their instructors for further information about a course's registration requirements, which includes understanding the length of time the course will run during any academic year. Some courses are sequential (AP Spanish Language and Culture and English IV H), requiring registration and payment in both fall and spring semesters if students wish to receive credit for both semesters of the course. 

    Courses are $100 per credit, meaning that a 3-credit course costs $300. 

     

     

     

     

     

    The SETON HALL concurrent enrollment offerings for 2021-2022 are:

    HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES

    -AP European History with Mr. Tinnes (Western Civilization I, HIST1201-PDV, 3 credits)

    -AP US History with Mr. Kluska (US History I, HIST 1301, 3 credits)

     

    SCIENCE

     

    -AP Environmental Science with Mrs. Grady (Introduction to Environmental Studies, ENVL 1101, 3 credits)

    -Human Body Systems with Ms. Zolton (Human Structure & Function I, BIOL 1105, 4 credits)

    -AP Physics I with Dr. Commeford (General Physics I, PHSY1701-PDT Lecture, 3 credits)

    ------ALSO REGISTER FOR: (General Physics I Lab, PHYS1811-PDT Lab Fall, 1 credit) FALL SEMESTER

    -AP Chemistry with Ms. Peabody (General Chemistry I, CHEM1123-PDV, 3 credits)

    ------ALSO REGISTER FOR (General Chemistry I Lab, CHEM1125-PDV, Lab, 1 credit)

     

    COMPUTER SCIENCE

    -AP Computer Science A with Mr. Gurysh (Introduction to Computer Science I, CSAS 1111, 4 credits)

     

    ARTS

    -TV Media III/IV with Mr. Gregson (Introduction to Media Studies, COBF 2210, 3 credits) 

    -Concert Band with Mr. Hayden (Instrumental Chamber Ensemble, MUAP 1183, 1 credit)

    -Audition Choir- Vox Auri with ??? (Chamber Choir, MUAP 1161, 1 credit)-- May or May not be eligible for CE credit

     

    LANGUAGE

    -AP Spanish Language and Culture with Ms. Gursky (Intermediate Spanish I, SPAN 2001, 3 credits) FALL SEMESTER

    -Honors German IV with Mr. McPherson (Elementary German I, GERM 1001 PDV, 3 credits) FALL SEMESTER

     

    ENGLISH

    -British Literature Honors with Ms. Koep (British Literature I, ENGL 2111, 3 credits) FALL SEMESTER

    -AP Language and Composition with Ms. Esposito (Core English I, ENGL 1201, 3 credits)

    -AP Literature and Composition with Mr. Smith (Core English II, ENGL 1202, 3 credits)

    -Creative Writing with Ms. Esposito (Introduction to Creative Writing, ENGL 2511, 3 credits)

    -Journalistic Writing and Analysis III & IV with Mr. Smith (News Reporting, COJR 2421, 3 credits)

    -Film and Literature with Ms. Civitillo (Introduction to Visual Theory and Technique, COBF 2212, 3 credits)

     

     

    SPRING SEMESTER SHU:

    Spring course registration will occur in January 2022 (students in eligible courses will receive emails to their SCHOOL emails).

    -Art of Communication and Persuasion with Mr. Smith (Oral Communications, COST 1600, 3 credits) 

    -British Literature with Ms. Koep (British Literature II, ENGL 2112, 3 credits) MUST HAVE PASSED FALL

    -AP Spanish Language and Culture with Ms. Gursky (Intermediate Spanish II, SPAN 2002, 3 credits) MUST HAVE PASSED FALL 

    -Honors German IV with Mr. McPherson (Elementary German II, GERM 1002 PDV, 3 credits) MUST HAVE PASSED FALL

    -Advanced Photography with Ms. Ruppert (Advanced Digital Photography, ADIM3320-PDV, 3 credits)

     

    Cost per credit through Seton Hall's Project Acceleration for 2020-2021: $100 

     

    DEL VAL'S CEEB CODE: 310410

     

    How many credits can I take?

    High school juniors and seniors are allowed to register for (3) courses per semester, up to 11 credits per term, and can earn up to 22 credits over the course of their high school career. Credits per course range between 1 and 4 credits.

    What if I need to withdraw from the class?

    Students may withdraw from the course and receive a refund of their tuition during the registration period only if they notify both their high school teacher and the Project Acceleration office in writing by the withdrawal deadline (below). An email must be sent to the Project Acceleration office at projectacceleration@shu.edu AND to CEP@dvrhs.org

    Important dates regarding Project Acceleration are outlined below. 

    Fall 2020
    • October 8- Registrations due to DV Counseling office
    • October 13 - Registrations due to Project Acceleration office at SHU
    • October 30 - Fall withdrawal deadline
    Spring 2021
    • February 16 - Spring Registrations due to Project Acceleration office
    • March 1 - Spring withdraw deadline