Three Summers 2018 Registration Information

Three Summers 2018 dates are Sunday, June 24-Sunday, July 8. Links to registration and other materials are below.

Please pay close attention to deadlines (see checklist in item 1 below).

All Students

  1. Course Registration, Payment, and Checklist
  2. Textbooks, Course Preparation, Course Syllabi
  3. Three Summers Housing
  4. Meals and ID (Husky OneCard)
  5. Directions, Parking, and Transportation
  6. Student Parking Application
  7. Financial Aid and Three Summers Financial Aid Services
  8. Schedule of Meetings and Events
  9. Social Events
  10. Miscellaneous Items
  11. Confratute Conference Registration Instructions*
  12. Confratute Conference Registration*
  13. Confratute Tentative Schedule*
  14. Confratute for Credit Registration
  15. Confratute for Credit Topics

New Students

  1. Review EPSY 5710 syllabus and complete reading assignments from the Rimm, Siegle, and Davis book before arriving on campus.
  2. Review EPSY 5720 syllabus and complete reading assignments.
  3. Interest-A-Lyzer and TTT Student Questionnaire — submit electronically to Judith so she can share with instructors prior to your arrival. (Instructors would like to become acquainted with your special interests and skills.)
  4. Student Health Services (SHS) Health History Form 2017-2018. Complete the attached form and either upload a scanned copy to the Student Health Portal https://myHealth.uconn.edu (requires log-in with NetID), send electronically to Judith (judith.mathews@uconn.edu) by June 13, or mail to SHS.
  5. Photo ID — email digital to Judith (judith.mathews@uconn.edu) by June 13 for our student files.

Returning Students

  1. Review EPSY 5194 syllabus and complete assignments prior to your arrival on campus.
  2. EPSY 6770 Review syllabus and read all three books before coming to campus. Bring the following to class:
    1. A unit idea that will be used to design/redesign the curricular unit using the principles of the Multiple Menu Model.
    2. A laptop computer that you can use to create your assignments and also use in class.
    3. If you have any how-to books that can be used in designing your unit of instruction, then bring these as well.
  3. Bring your UConn ID.
  4. Forthcoming is SuperComp information (for third year students).

*You may attend Confratute at the end of the Three Summers session your first, second, or third summer. Call or email Judith (judith.mathews@uconn.edu) if you have questions about this.

**IMPORTANT** Contact Judith (judith.mathews@uconn.edu) by April 1 if you are unable to attend this summer. Also, stay tuned to your e-mail for updates from now until the start of classes.