Academic Credit & Continuing Education Credits/Clock Hours
High school students, undergraduate and graduate students may earn 1-4 hours of academic credit at
either the undergraduate level in Women’s and Ethnic Studies or Education: Curriculum and Instruction, or at
the graduate level in Sociology, or Education: Curriculum and Instruction. Credit is provided by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and is widely transferable.
Earn College Credit for your participation in WPC!
High School Students, click here to download:
Undergrads, click here to download:
Graduate Students, click here to download:
Registration for academic credit does NOT include registration for the conference. You must register separately for the conference. Credit hours are variable, depending on the number of hours you plan to attend the conference. You may earn one credit hour for each full day of attendance at the conference (up to four credit hours for undergraduate credit, up to three hours for graduate credit).
Academic credit earned through UCCS may be transferred to your home institution; however, UCCS cannot guarantee transfer of credit. Contact your academic advisor before enrolling to find out about the potential for transfer of credit.
Continuing Education Credits/Clock Hours
University of Colorado Colorado Springs’ College of Education offers CEUs for your participation in WPC. Choose from Special Topics in Counseling or Special topics in Curriculum & Instruction.
Syllabus and registration instructions are here:
Registration for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) does NOT include registration for the conference. You must register separately for the conference. CEUs are variable, depending on the number of hours you plan to attend the conference. You may earn one CEU for each full day of attendance at the conference (up to four CEUs). Deadline to register to receive CEUs is may 4, 2013.
For participants seeking clock hours or continuing education units in fields other than education, we provide general CEUs. General CEUs provide a means of documenting and verifying hours of participation at the WPC. Participants are responsible for contacting their employers, professional organizations or governing bodies to find out if these general CEUs will be accepted. Requirements and procedures vary by profession, as well as by state, and the WPC cannot guarantee that any specific organization will accept these clock hours/CEUs.
To obtain General CEUs, please complete this form.
For more information or questions contact Dr. Abby Ferber at email@example.com.