Resource: California State University, Early Entrance Program (EEP) (Los Angeles, CA)
Website: California State University, Early Entrance Program (EEP) (Los Angeles, CA)
URL: http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/eep/index.php
Description: Five-minutes from downtown L.A., this early entrance program allows outstanding young people to enter college as full-time students to pursue their baccalaureate degrees. Student from age 11 and up are accepted and have use of a suite of rooms on campus. All entering EEP students have a common schedule of curriculum. Additionally, EEP students are enrolled in the GE Honors Program, which provides select faculty and specially designed small classes with other University Honors students. Tuition costs are set by the regular fees charged by the University. The Washington Pre-College Test (WPCT, similar to the SAT I) is required to apply.

Comments: Contributed by: Parent on 9/15/2004
College level, specialized Early Entrance Program for 11 to 15 year olds. Leads to Baccalaureate degree in 4 to 5 years. Specialized support for students who skip High school (and parts of middle school). Website provides extensive information on program structure, philosophy and admission process.

Contributed by: Student on 6/23/2004
As a member of EEP, this program has probably saved me from years of dreaded high school experience by putting me in an environment with peers of my own intellect. While some may say that we "miss out" on the high school experience, we do host social functions and we do "have a life".

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