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University of Notre Dame Summer Programs
 

2017 Summer Scholars 
Program Date: June 24 – July 8, 2017

 

The Summer Scholars program is a two-week program for talented rising high school juniors and seniors who are interested in experiencing a taste of college life. Summer Scholars introduces students to college-level academics in fields ranging from the liberal arts to the sciences and business. Summer Scholars courses are rigorous and small in size, and the campus experience serves as an excellent introduction to the life of a college student.  

For rising high school juniors and seniors.
Application deadline: February 6, 2017

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 2017 Leadership Seminars 
Program Date: July 15 – July 26, 2017

Leadership Seminars is a 10-day, all expenses paid program for advanced students who wish to hone their critical thinking and expressive skills in the company of dynamic peers. Students engage in lively discussions on issues of global concern under the tutelage of Notre Dame faculty. The three seminars offered are American Arts, Popular Culture, and Social Change; Global Issues: Towards a Just Peace; and Science, Ethics, and Responsibility. 

For rising high school seniors only.
Application deadline: January 30, 2017

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2017 Study Abroad: Rome
Program Date: June 3 – June 17, 2017

This two-week program immerses students in the history and culture of the Eternal City, with a focus on the built environment. Scholars representing a range of fields, from art history to anthropology, are on hand to guide students in their exploration of this fascinating city. The new Notre Dame Center in Rome serves as the home for lectures and discussions, while the city itself, with its monuments, museums, and historic neighborhoods, serves as the program's true classroom. 

For rising high school seniors only.
Application deadline: January 30, 2017.

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2017 Study Abroad: Ireland
Program Date: July 15 – July 29, 2017

Ready to really #GoIrish? Discover the rich history and culture of both bustling Dublin and bucolic Connemara, Ireland with this 12-day tour of the Emerald Isle. Guided by Notre Dame faculty and local scholars, students will embark on an exploration of Irish culture, history, and landscape through what O’Connell House calls "learning through the soles of your feet." With seminars held at the Keough-Naughton Notre Dame Center in Dublin and the historic castle of Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, Study Abroad: Ireland treats students to numerous sites of interest in both the east and west.

 For rising high school seniors only.
Application deadline: January 30, 2017

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For more details about the programs offered, please visit precollege.nd.edu.
Applications available now at precollege.nd.edu/apply 

Brown University Summer Program

Talented students from around the world choose Brown University Pre-College Programs to prepare for success, and experience the challenge of college-level academics.

Applications now open for Spring 2017.  Summer 2017 Applications accepted beginning December 1, 2016.   Find a program on-line, on campus or around the world.

For more information visit:  http://www.brown.edu/academics/pre-college/

 

Duke University’s Summer Program

Get ahead this summer and earn college credit with academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer College for High School Students.  If you are a current 10th or 11th grade student, you are eligible to apply as early as December 1, 2016. This 4-week credit-bearing program offered by Duke University attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world.  Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide the academic and residential environment conducive to collegiate success.  

 For more information visit http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students or contact summercollege@duke.edu or email Dr. Nicki Charles at nicki.charles@duke.edu.

 

 

The George Washington University Summer Immersion Program

High school students in the Pre-College Program benefit tremendously from GW's expertise in global development, international relations, public policy and administration, politics, diplomacy, history, biomedical engineering, museum studies and the arts.

The Summer Immersion program is a 2-week experiential program that allows students to focus on a specific topic. 

Residential: $3,500 (tuition, program fee, supplies, room and board)

Commuter: $2,500 (tuition, program fee, supplies)

Application Deadline: Pre-College – Monday, May 1, 2017

For more information visit:  https://summer.gwu.edu/precollege

 

 

Harvard University Summer Programs for High School Students

The Harvard Pre-College Program is immersive, collaborative, and transformative. Alongside peers from around the world, you’ll thrive in a dynamic, supportive academic environment.  Whether you decide to attend for two, four, or six weeks, you’ll get an introduction to college life as you attend challenging classes, live on campus, and enjoy fun excursions and activities. 

Session I:   June 26 – July 8, 2016                                   Application fee (nonrefundable) - $50

Session II:  July 10 -22, 2016                                           Full program fee (tuition; room and board) - $4,500

Session III: July 24 – August 5, 2016                               Health insurance fee (if applicable) - $100

 

For more information visit: https://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs/pre-college-program

 

 

Stanford University Pre-Collegiate Summer Institute

The Summer Institutes provide an opportunity for these students to enrich and accelerate their academic pursuits and to meet other students who share their interests and abilities. Subject areas include arts and humanities, business, computer science, engineering legal studies, mathematics, social science, physical and biological science, and writing. The instructors are assisted by undergraduate and graduate student mentors who have expertise in the course subject areas. These mentors serve a dual role of Residential Counselor and Teaching Assistant so that the academic and social aspects of the program are tightly integrated.

Session I:  June 19 – July 8, 2016  

Session II: July 11 – July 30, 2016

Course Fee:  $6300 

For more information visit: https://summerinstitutes.stanford.edu/about

 

 

Wagner College Pre-College Program

The Wagner College Pre-College Program advances the education of talented, intellectually curious high school students. Our residential summer and non-residential fall/spring program allows select high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to expand their educational and cultural horizons. With a number of course offerings to choose from, each program is taught by leading Wagner faculty and is designed to help students tackle real problems, make a difference, and learn what it takes to be a leader, all in line with The Wagner Plan, which unites deep learning and practical application.

  •          Earn up to 6 transferable college credits in 2-3 weeks
  •          Strengthen your college application with our admissions workshop and learn tips on how to                    survive your first year at college
  •          Visit some of New York City’s exciting attractions including museums, galleries, Broadway shows,          and more!

For more information visit: http://wagner.edu/lifelong-learning/pre-college/summer-pre-college/application/

 

King College High School Summer Academy

 

The Summer Academy is a week-long camp designed for students who love ideas and want to understand the philosophical foundations of modern society. Through original source readings, lectures, and discussions you will broaden your understanding of the ideas that animate our society. You will experience New York City through visits to museums, historic sites, activities, discussions, and other attractions. Summer Academy students can choose between the Political Economy Track or the Media and Journalism Track.

 

DATES:  July 23, 2017 – July 28, 2017

COST: Stay in NYC

  •         $1600 if you deposit by December 31, 2016
  •         $1950 after December 31, 2016
 
Day Participant
  •         $750 if you deposit by December 31, 2016
  •         $1000 after December 31, 2016

 

For more information visit:   

https://www.tkc.edu/summer-academy?utm_source=brochures&utm_medium=summer-academy&utm_campaign=admissions_brochures

 

 

Penn Summer On-Campus

 

UPenn Summer provides you with the ideal opportunity to enjoy our outstanding urban campus, take advantage of our Penn Summer On-Campus courses and:

  •         Get ahead on your required courses
  •         Stand out in your college, graduate and professional school applications
  •         Advance your career goals
  •         Challenge yourself with new subjects
  •         Explore topics that fascinate you

The three 2016 Penn Summer On-Campus sessions are:

11-week Summer Session:                     May 23, 2016 – August 5, 2016

Summer Session I:                                 May 23, 2016 – June 29, 2016

Summer Session II:                                June 30, 2016 – August 5, 2016

 

 

Summer classes are smaller in size, providing greater interactive discussion, and all are taught by Penn instructors. There are three academic sessions, and more than 300 courses are offered. Plus, you have the flexibility to schedule your classes during the day or evening which means you can select courses that fit into your summer plans. Plus, you have the flexibility to schedule your classes during the day or evening which means you can select courses that fit into your summer plans.
 
 
 

 

            NYU - TISCH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
 
            HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM
 
                                        2017
 
 
 
 
Discover your true artistic potential with a four-week summer program at New York University Tisch School of the Arts.
 
In the Tisch Summer High School Program, you will earn six college credits as you challenge yourself in media or cinematic and performing arts.  This is an opportunity to participate in intensive, controversy training with Tisch full-time faculty.
 
You will live in Greenwich Village and experience the energy of New York City while being inspired by the arts and culture all around you.
 
ADMISSION INFORMATION
  • high school sophomore or junior
  • minimum of 3.0 GPA
  • good academic standing
  • application deadline January 11, 2017
 
A limited number of need-based scholarships are available.
 
For more information visit:  http://tisch.nyu.edu/special-programs 

 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY PRE-ENGINEERING SUMMER ACADEMY 

Rutgers University–New Brunswick is excited to announce an opportunity for students interested in engineering. The Rutgers School of Engineering is offering the chance for students to participate in a new Pre-Engineering Summer Academy to develop their knowledge and skills through real-world field experiences.

This intensive one-week certificate program will introduce students to a variety of engineering areas including:

  •           Aerospace
  •           Biomedical
  •           Civil
  •           Computer
  •           Electrical
  •           Forensic
  •           Mechanical

 

Eligible students must:

  •           Be between the ages of 16-18
  •           Have completed courses in precalculus and physics
  •           Submit an online application
  •           Students may apply between December 15 - May 31
 
Interested in learning more? Attend an online information session or visit Pre-Engineering Summer Academy.


Washington University in St. Louis High School Summer Scholars Program

Through our High School Summer Scholars Program, students have the opportunity to enroll in courses for credit and study alongside undergraduates. Students select from a broad range of stimulating introductory courses in the humanities, math, sciences, and social sciences. 
 

2017 Sessions

We offer three different sessions of the High School Summer Scholars Program: 

  • Session A: June 11-July 15 (five weeks)
  • Session B: July 16-August 18 (five weeks)
  • Session C: June 11-August 5 (eight weeks)
 

Eligibility

To be eligible for the High School Summer Scholars Program students should:

  • Be a current sophomore or junior in high school.
  • Have an academic average of B+ or better.
  • Have a combined SAT score of at least 1200 or a combined ACT score of at least 25 (we will accept the PSAT in place of an SAT or an ACT Aspire in place of an ACT).
  • As an international student, have a TOEFL score of at least 90.
 
Fees & Scholarships
 
A $35 application fee is due upon submitting an application. This fee is waived if students apply before February 15.
  • Session A or B (five weeks): $8,085
  • Session C (eight weeks): $10,585

 

The program fee covers:

  • Tuition and lab fees
  • Housing in a secure, air-conditioned campus residence hall
  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Academic support groups
  • Specialized seminars 
  • All program-sponsored weekend outings and nightly social events
  • Use of all library facilities
  • Access to student health services
  • Tutoring services
  • Transportation pass for St. Louis bus and light rail system
  • Textbooks, travel, and personal expenses are not included in the program fee. 
 

Scholarship Assistance

Scholarships are available to students who demonstrate financial need. In order to be considered for a scholarship, we must receive a completed Application for Scholarship Assistance by April 1.  Please note that many of our programs fill before the April 1 application deadline, so we strongly encourage you to apply early.

For more information please visit: https://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/scholars

2017 W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute

Location:  Princeton University

Dates:  June 24 2017 to July 29, 2017

Deadline:   February 24, 2017

While in residence, participants receive between four and five weeks of rigorous instruction in university-level courses taught by university professors, post-doctoral fellows, and doctoral candidates from top research universities and institutions throughout the country. The Institute aims to sharpen students’ research and quantitative analysis skills, as well as writing, verbal, and critical reading skills through a diversity of high-level academic courses.

Students entering the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh grades in the fall of 2017 are eligible to participate. Please note that scholarship amounts are decided and awarded on a rolling basis upon receipt of application and supporting materials. Early and prompt submission of materials is highly recommended. For scholarship consideration, the application and supplementary materials submission deadline is Friday, February 10, 2017. Following this deadline, online applications and supplementary materials are due no later than Friday February 24, 2017.

To download applications and get information about requirements, cost, scholarships, curriculum, residential living, and deadlines click on the link:   http://duboisscholars.org/apply

 

 2017 MITES/E2/MOSTEC

Location: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dates: TBD                       

Deadline February 1, 2017

Students apply in the fall semester of their junior year in high school for the upcoming summer programs. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents to apply. By submitting just one application, you are automatically considered for one of the national programs. You cannot choose to apply to one particular program. Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science (MITES) This intense six-week program immerses students in life at MIT through math and science courses, a challenging hands-on elective course, workshops, guest speakers, and social events. Engineering Experience at MIT E2@MIT

 

In this one-week program, students take one of six intensive project-based courses, participate in admissions and financial aid sessions, and participate in lab tours and social events. Learn more about E2. MIT Online Science, Technology, and Engineering Community (MOSTEC) From July through January, students in this online program discuss research, receive admissions and financial aid advice, and attend webinars. They also complete online science and engineering projects that they present during a five-day conference on MIT’s campus. Learn more about MOSTEC. It's FREE! Program costs are generously covered by our funders. Students only pay for transportation to and from MIT. 2017 Summer Program Dates have not yet been released.

 

Upon acceptance, students should email summerapp@mit.edu if they have concerns about program dates conflicting with school obligations. http://oeop.mit.edu/programs/mites

  

Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science

Location: Carnegie Mellon University

Dates: July 1- August 12, 2017

Deadline March 3, 2017

The Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science is a six-week rigorous residential experience for high school seniors who have a strong interest in computer science, engineering and natural sciences. The summer academy's goal is to equip students with essential skills necessary for successful completion of STEM majors. The program seeks to recruit underserved and underrepresented students who hail from a multitude of diverse backgrounds, including ethnic minority students, students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, populations inadequately represented in STEM disciplines and students who reside in underserved school districts and/or are first generation college-bound students. There will be no tuition, housing or dining fees for students selected to attend the SAMS.

 

Upon acceptance, a non-refundable deposit will be due and a portion of those funds will be transferred to your student account to assist with the purchasing of program supplies.

 

For more information visit:  http://admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/summer-programs-for-diversity

 

Hampshire College Precollege Summer Academic Programs

Pre-college programs will run July 17-28, 2017, with the exception of Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics. Pre-college programs are for high school students entering their junior or senior year of high school. 

  • Young Feminist Collaborative  is collaboration between theCivil Liberties and Public Policy Program (CLPP) based at Hampshire College and the Soapbox Feminist Camp. It mixes historical and political contexts of activism with exposure to real world careers in social justice and the non-profit sector.

 

  • Meet the World of Metalworking introduces students to the world of metalworking with an emphasis on hot forging, casting, manipulation, and jewelry-making. Students learn from historical and contemporary examples of this ancient art, and create new works.

 

 

  • Citizens United explores fundamental questions about how free speech and civic participation work according to current campaign finance laws. Using improvisation and role-play, together we'll ask: Can we imagine money in politics differently?

 

 

  • Precollege programs will take place:  July 17 - 28, 2017


Payment and Fees
Tuition: $2,000*
Housing: $438
Meals: $420

*Students who apply by April 14, 2017 will receive a 10% tuition discount. 

Important Deadlines
April 14: Priority Deadline for all completed and submitted applications to receive a 10% tuition discount.
May 1: Deposit Deadline* ($400 deposit must be received in order to secure your spot in the program)
May 15: Application Deadline (all application materials must be submitted)
June 1: Payment Deadline (all payments must be submitted)

*If you apply after the deposit deadline, your $400 deposit will be due once you are accepted to guarantee your spot in the program. 

Questions? 
Contact us at summer@hampshire.edu or by calling 413-559-6843

 

 

 

Try college on before taking college on!

By enrolling in the Pre-College Program high school students get a head start on college life by living and learning with other exceptional students from across the country and around the world. Along with their diverse backgrounds and experiences, all share a common interest in exploring the academic and social aspects of college life—discovering what it's like to take courses with college students, to live in a college residence hall, and to meet new people from places near and far.


Take a virtual tour of Skidmore!

Skidmore is well known not only as a highly selective liberal arts college but also as one with a studio art program that rivals those of the best fine arts colleges. Skidmore's unique curriculum offers students the opportunity to pursue one of three academic tracks: 2 liberal arts courses, two studio art courses, or one of each. In addition to the coursework in the Studio Arts, Pre-College students can also take full advantage of the Summer Studio Art Program, which offers special workshops and hosts visiting artists, gallery talks and more, creating a vibrant community that attracts both serious art students and those engaged in exploration.

Eligibility

Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis, beginning in early March, and continue until the program is full. As spaces are limited, students are strongly encouraged to submit their application materials by May 1. The application deadline for students who are also applying for financial aid is April 1. Please contact us regarding space availability after May 1.

Students who meet eligibility requirements must complete an online application form and send supporting application materials to the Pre-College Program to apply for admission.   See the Application page for details.

Residential Students

  • High school students currently in their sophomore, junior or senior year are eligible to apply as residential students.
  • Residential students are required to enroll in two courses.

 

Commuter Students

  • High school students currently in their sophomore, junior or senior year are eligible to apply as non-residential commuter students.
  • Current high school freshman may apply as commuter students only.
  • Local students who wish to enroll in the program as commuter students may enroll in either one or two courses.

Day/commuter students are welcome and encouraged to join program activities and events along with their residential peers.

 

If you have any questions, contact us at 518-580-5458 or precollege@skidmore.edu.

 Program Costs for 2017

$60

Application Fee (non-refundable)

$785

Tuition fee - per credit

$2,355

Tuition - three credit course

$3,140

Tuition - four credit course

$1,570

Non-credit Studio Art workshops

$2,365

Full room, meals, and activities

variable

Lab/materials fees (see Studio Art course descriptions)

*Total program cost is dependent on course enrollment. Please use the rates above to calculate the estimated program cost:

*Lab fees are variable and not included below.

If you are taking only credit courses:

# of total credits  

x

$785 tuition fee

$2,365 room & board fee (for residential students)

=

 total program cost

Or if you are taking only studio art workshops:

 # of workshops

 $1,570 workshop fee

 $2,365 room & board fee (for residential students)

 =

 total program cost

 All residential students must enroll as full time students and take two courses (maximum of 8 credits). Commuters/day students may take one or two courses.

Financial Aid

Limited financial aid is available and is awarded merit and need based. In order to be considered for financial aid students must submit the Financial Aid Application and supporting materials by April 1. 

 

Northfield Mount Hermon Summer Session

JULY 1 TO AUGUST 5, 2017

FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS, NMH HAS BEEN MAKING THE MOST OF THE SUMMER MONTHS WITH RIGOROUS ACADEMIC PROGRAMS, INNOVATIVE TEACHING METHODS, INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION, AND BOUNTIFUL OPPORTUNITIES.

NMH Summer Session students come from all over the U.S. and the world, and they each have their own goals. For some, it’s a chance to experience a rigorous academic environment, possibly for the very first time. For others, it’s an opportunity to build on their existing foundation and get a jump on college preparation.

Tuition and Fees

Boarding $8,300                Day $2,900

The above program fees (in U.S. funds) for boarding students cover:

  • bus transportation between Bradley International Airport (Windsor Locks, Connecticut) and the NMH campus at scheduled times on July 1 and August 5, 2017
  • tuition for all major and minor courses and sports, except additional fees as noted in course descriptions
  • meals and housing
  • medical services at NMH’s health center
  • bed linens, towels, pillows, and blankets
  • weekly laundry service
  • all class-related trips

 

Additional Expenses

Other expenses not included in each program’s fee:

  • textbooks—total costs range from $50 to $250, depending on course(s)
  • transportation to/from Northfield Mount Hermon (except for the NMH buses to/from Bradley Airport)
  • $206 health insurance—students are required to have health insurance that provides medical coverage while they are attending NMH Summer Session; international students are required to purchase NMH insurance (U.S. medical providers cannot bill to overseas insurance companies, and travel insurance policies will not be approved by NMH Health Services); for U.S. residents, participation in NMH insurance is voluntary if they are covered under another adequate health insurance policy, which must be approved by NMH Health Services before the fee for NMH insurance can be waived
  • $275 non-refundable activities fee—required fee covers all on-campus social activities and most off-campus trips such as excursions to Boston, Six Flags amusement park, Lake Compounce, Hampton Beach, Boston Red Sox game, whitewater rafting, ziplining, shopping malls, movie theaters (additional fee for trip to New York City)

 

Spending Money

NMH spending accounts can be set up ahead of time when paying the tuition bill by including an extra amount designated for the student’s spending account. Funds can also be added throughout the summer at Payments Online. The amount depends entirely on the personal needs and habits of each student; $10–20 per week is adequate, but students obviously can spend much more. For students with NMH spending accounts, the NMH cashier’s office is open Monday through Friday during posted hours.

For students who do not wish to set up an NMH account, the automatic teller machine (ATM) located in our student center is available at any time, and they can also access ATM funds while on off-campus trips.

Contact the Summer Session Office

You can contact the NMH Summer Session office in several ways:

E-mail:  summer_session@nmhschool.org

Phone:  413-498-3290

Fax:       413-498-3112

Mail:      Northfield Mount Hermon Summer Session
              One Lamplighter Way
              Mount Hermon, MA 01354-9638

 

Boston University Summer Term

For two weeks, immerse yourself in the excitement of college life and new academic challenges through our residential summer program for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

As a Summer Challenge student, you can choose any two seminars from our list of 20. Each seminar is designed to expand your academic horizons, through lectures, discussions, individual and group work, and project-based assignments - even field trips. Our intimate class sizes give you the opportunity to receive individual attention from our experienced team of college instructors.

Summer Challenge students can also expect to gain insight into the college application process through our college admissions workshop.

Summer 2017 Sessions

Session 1 -  June 18 - June 30

Session 2 -  July 9 - July 21

Session 3 -  July 23 - August 4

Tuition & Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable): $50

Total Charge: $3,900

Student Health Services Co-Pay Fee: $25 per visit

The total charge for Summer Challenge includes tuition, housing, and all meals in the dining hall. It also includes textbooks and all sponsored activities during the two-week program.

The application fee and spending money are not included in the total charge. You may also purchase a two-week membership to the Fitness and Recreation Center for an additional fee when you arrive on campus.

Payment Deadline - The payment deadline is indicated in the acceptance packet. Payment not received by the deadline may result in the cancellation of the student’s registration and the forfeit of their selected seminars.  There is no financial aid available for the Summer Challenge program.

*Note: Application fees are non-refundable. No refund or reduction in the total charge will be made for a student who arrives to the program late, leaves the program early, or is dismissed from the program due to a violation of the program guidelines.

 

BARNARD COLLEGE  -  Summer and Pre-College Programs
 
Experience Summer in the City at Barnard

Students from around the globe come to New York City to pursue their passions in a rigorous, academic setting.  With five distinct programs to choose from, ranging from entrepreneurship to dance, you have the unique opportunity to explore an area of interest on a deeper level through both in-class discussions and city exploration. As part of the learning experience at Barnard, you will get a taste of both college life and the Big Apple!

2017 Program Dates:

One 4-Week Session for Residential & Commuter Students

Sunday, June 25, 2017 - Friday, July 21, 2017

For a breakdown of program dates, click here

Eligibility:

Rising high school junior and senior girls

2017 Tuition & Fees:

Residential: $7,500

Commuter: $4,500

 

College Planning Day for HS Juniors   

Sunday, April 30th, 2017 

12:00 - 4:45 PM

The Diana Center

The Office of Admissions and the Office of Pre-College Programs at Barnard College are hosting an afternoon program to help you get a jump start on college planning.

  • Hear from the Director of Admissions and  staff from the Financial Aid office
  • Attend two workshops given by Admissions staff
  • Listen to current college students discuss life in college
  • Learn the ins and outs of financing a college education from the our Financial Aid office staff
  • Take a campus tour led by current students

Workshop selections will include:

  • College Planning: Where to Begin?
  • The Admissions Interview
  • Writing a College Essay
  • Building a College Application
For more information please visit www.barnard.edu/summer 

Ithaca College Summer Session

Welcome to Summer College!

Applications are now open.

In Ithaca College's residential pre-college summer program, high school students experience college life and college-level courses while living in a safe environment.

The Summer College for High School Students has two program offerings, each with courses designed and reserved expressly for pre-college students.

How to Apply

In honor of Summer College's 20th Anniversary, application fees for the 2017 season are waived!

One-week:  June 25-30, 2017 applicants require the following to complete their application:

  1. Submit the online application form through our CampMinder system 
  2. Upload a high school transcript

Three-week:  July 2-21, 2017 applicants require the following to complete their application:

  1. Submit the online application form through our CampMinder system 
  2. Upload a high school transcript
  3. Upload a brief essay (essay instructions are provided as a download on this page)

Introduction to Musical Theater Performance applicants should visit the course site to learn of additional requirements for the course audition.

All documents should be uploaded to the CampMinder system using your account username and password, created during the application process. If you're returning to your account to upload documents, visit the CampMinder LOGIN page, and click on the link for Documents.

Early application is recommended. Admission decisions are made as applications are received. Early applicants have a greater likelihood of receiving their choice of courses. Students will be notified of their application status on average two weeks after submission of their completed application, and all accompanying documents.

Application Deadline

The application deadline is May 1. International students interested in the three-week session should apply no later than April 1.

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY Pre-College Program
 
The Pre-College program is a selective commuter program designed to provide high school juniors and seniors with experience, connections and knowledge from their participation in undergraduate college courses. The program provides transferable college credits.
 
Summer Session II (July 5- August 8)  

For a 3-credit class: $2,646   -   For a 4-credit class: $3,528

  • The Application Form should be mailed or faxed, along with the materials below, to:

          Fordham University Summer Session
          441 E. Fordham Rd., KE 315
          Bronx, NY 10458

  • A letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor, or school administrator confirming your G.P.A.
  • A brief expository writing sample. You are welcome to submit a paper you have already completed for a previous/current high school course.
  • A registration fee of $75 (check payable to Fordham University).
 
Application deadline, June 12, 2017.   Due to limits on enrollment in certain courses, early application is recommended. 
Adelphi University's Pre-College Program
 
Have the best summer of your life at the university voted Best on Long Island
July 9- July 22, 2017
 
Programs:
      - Law and Society                                     - Adelphi/Winthrop-University
      - Digital Filmmaking                                   Hospital Summer Science Institute
      - Robotics and Technology                     - Psychology and Pop Culture    
      - Introduction to Nursing                        - NYC Art Lab
      - Introduction to Game Programming  
 
For more information, call 1.800.ADELPHI or visit adelphi.edu/precollege