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TISCH Summer High School 2018
 
The Tisch Summer High School Program is tuition-based and culminates in six college credits. This program is not a leisure summer camp; it is a commitment of four weeks on campus that encompasses a highly structured class schedule, which include projects, professional training, and collaboration. The classes are based on the Tisch undergraduate curriculum. Students in the Tisch Summer High School Program are expected to complete any coursework and professional training requirements of the artistic track they are enrolled in. You will live in an NYU residence hall for the duration of the program. The summer you will live in an NYU residence hall for the duration of the program. The summer program is open to high school sophomores and juniors from around the world.

 

Summer 2018 Application Deadline: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 5:00pm ET

 

SUNY Oswego Possibility Scholarships

SUNY Oswego awarded nearly $5 million in merit scholarships this past academic year to incoming students who demonstrated an outstanding level of academic achievement. We offer many scholarships that are both merit and need-based to help students pursue higher education.

Merit Scholarships are awarded to incoming freshman and transfer students who have demonstrated outstanding academic excellence. Over one-third of the entering class receives merit-based scholarship money, with an average renewable award of $3,000. All freshman awards are renewable for four years by maintaining a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Scholarship Amount GPA SAT** ACT
Presidential $20,000* (4 years) 93-96 1190-1300** 26-29
Deans $6,000 (4 years) 90-94 1110-1210** 24-26
Merit $3,000 (4 years) 88-91 1050-1150** 22-25

*$5,000 annually for on-campus students; $2,500 per year for students living off-campus
** Represents old SAT scale (prior to March 2016)

Apply

To apply, incoming students should complete the application for admission as early as possible for the following fall term. No additional scholarship forms are required. Applications received by Jan. 15 receive priority for scholarship consideration.