SOAR Program Information
- Obtain a registration form from your high school counselor or on Waubonsee's SOAR Program website.
- Forms must be completely filled out in order to register, including all signatures.
- Register in person at any Waubonsee campus or mail your completed form with full payment to: Waubonsee Community College Route 47 at Waubonsee Drive Sugar Grove, IL 60554
- No faxed registration forms will be accepted.
- Registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Courses are subject to cancellation due to low course enrollment and/or instructor availability.
- Each course is $140. Courses with a part A and part B are considered two separate courses.
- No refunds are given after the first day of class for each term. Contact Waubonsee’s Registration and Records office to drop a course.
- Full payment is due at the time of registration. No financial assistance or payment plan is available.
- Attendance is required. Students with more than one absence in a class will be dropped without refund.
- An absence is defined as missing more than one hour of a class period or being late to class three times.
- Students are required to attend the duration of their course(s), including final exam days.
- Final exams will be given in each course on the last day of the term. Regardless of the student’s grade, any student absent for the final exam will not receive credit for the course.
* Please check for conflicts with vacations, camps, etc. before committing to the SOAR Program. To promote a fair and successful experience for all students, no exceptions are made to the attendance policy.
- Each student is responsible for knowledge of and compliance with the Waubonsee Community College Code of Student Conduct. Behavioral expectations will be given to students on the first day of class.
- Failure to comply with rules, the conduct code, or behavioral expectations may result in removal from the program without refund, referral to the Student Conduct Board and campus police, suspension, arrest, or other disciplinary action.
- Each three-week course is equivalent to one semester of high school course work.
- Waubonsee will mail all student grades to each high school during the first week of August.
- Students can access their grades electronically through their mywcc account in the week following the end of their course. No hard copies of grades will be sent home.
Books and Supplies
- Textbooks are supplied to students on the first day of class.
- Students are required to supply a notebook, pen or pencil, and folder for each course.
- Special supplies, such as calculators, markers, rulers, etc., are provided by the program.
- There should be no expectation that Waubonsee will meet the needs of an IEP or 504 plan, however, instructors may make simple modifications for students. The student is responsible for communicating the request to the teacher on the first day of class.