Summer Programs at Colleges
The University of Rhode Island has a Summer Engineering Academy for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. The Academy provides students with hands-on experience dealing with real world engineering problems. Go to egr.uri.edu/summer for more information.
The Boston College Experience offers a unique and rewarding summer. Spend six weeks from June 24th to August 1, 2013 taking college courses and earning college credit. For more information go to www.bc.edu.
Syracuse University Summer College for high school students provides current sophomores and juniors the opportunity to jump start their college career. With over 50 courses and programs there is something for everyone. For information visit summercollege.syr.edu.
The Stevens Institute of Technology offers a world class educational experience minutes from New York City. Participate in college prep workshops, experience campus life and explore academic interests. Go to stevens.edu/summer for more information.
New York University's Precollege Summer Program is for rising high school juniors and seniors. Students can earn college credits, immerse themselves in the college experience with a six week program and live on campus. For more information go to www.nyu.edu/precollege.
WPI Frontiers and Launch Programs will have students exploring options in science, technology and engineering. Participants will learn from a dedicated team of outstanding WPI faculty while having the opportunity to use state of the art experimental, analytical and computer technology facilities. Information is available at wpi.edu/+frontiers. or wpi.edu/+launch.
Assumption College is offering a five day residential program June 23-28, 2013 for juniors who are about to become seniors. Cost is $200 for the week. Students interested in applying for this selective program can register at www.assumption.edu/summerprogram.
Alfred University's summer programs are designed to provide top quality instruction in a supportive environment while also giving students the idea of what it is like to be in college. Go to www.alfred.edu/summer for more information.
Boston University's Summer Term High School Programs offer a chance to study at one of the world's top teaching and research universities. You can enroll in BU undergraduate classes for college credit, pursue in-depth research or choose from a diverse array of stimulating one or two week non credit seminars. For more information go to bu.edu/summer/highschool.
Pratt Institute Pre College Program is an intensive full time program in which students earn a total of four elective credits toward their college transcript. Pre College students select their program "major" modeled after Pratt's undergraduate offerings. Visit www.pratt.edu/precollege for more information.
University of New England invites juniors and seniors to apply to the Summer Early College Programs and earn 3 college credits. For program dates visit www.une.edu/oce.
Bay Path College is now offering Summer School at the New American Women's College. Students can take courses in a potential career, earn credits to apply to a double major or fulfill core requirements. Visit www.baypath.edu/summerschool for details.
Emerson College offers both credit and non credit five week Pre-College Programs. Interested students can apply to the pre-college programs at www.emerson.edu/ce.
Loyola University Chicago Summer Scholars earn college credit in a three or six week program. Applicants must posses a solid B average, be a current sophomore or junior in high school and be ready for the challenge of a rigorous, study intensive summer. Go to LUC.edu/summerscholars for more information.
Vanderbilt University offers a Summer Academy for the academically gifted learner. There are one, two and three week sessions that are taught by stellar Vanderbilt faculty and scholars. For an online application go to pty.vanderbilt.edu/vsa.
Yale University has the Yale Young Global Scholars Program for outstanding high school students. It offers a challenging two week summer experience for rising juniors and seniors interested in politics and global affairs. For more information visit http://globalscholars.yale.edu.
Stanford University Summer College is an eight week college experience that provides academic, social, and intellectual opportunities not found in a high school classroom. Apply online at summer.stanford.edu.
Barnard College 2013 summer programs provides a wonderful opportunity for rising high school juniors and seniors to enjoy a college experience while exploring the excitement of New York. Visit www.barnard.edu/summer for more information.
The College of William and Mary has a pre collegiate summer program in early American History for juniors and seniors in high school. Visit www.wm.edu/niahd for more information.
Hobart and William Smith Colleges Environmental Studies Summer Youth Institute offers a select group of high school students the opportunity to spend two weeks engaged in exploration, research and discussion of critical environmental issues and what they mean to our collective future. For more information and to apply go to http://academic.hws.edu/enviro.
Otis College of Art has a four week program that provides young artists ages 15 and older with an immersion college experience into the field of art and design. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Summer Study Programs offer classes at Penn State University and the University of Colorado as well as Paris and Buenos Aires. For more information go to www.precollegeprogram.com.
Cornell University Summer College offers three and six week programs for talented high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Choose now from more than 20 programs and 60 Cornell courses offered between June 22 and August 6, 2013. Visit www.summercollege.cornell.edu for all the materials you need to apply.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts has the Individual Enrichment Program that is designed to ease the transition from high school to college both academically and socially. The intensive four week program emphasizes academic achievement. For more information contact W.Guerra@mcla.edu coordinator.
Harvard College: For more than 45 years, Harvard Summer School has welcomed high school students into its Secondary School Program. Summer seminars modeled after renowned freshmen seminars at Harvard College are available in several academic disciplines. For more information and to apply go to www.summer.harvard.edu/ssp.
University of Notre Dame offers exceptional students the unique opportunity to experience the life of Notre Dame students. From living in a residence hall to accessing the academic, recreational and spiritual resources of Notre Dame's undergrads, you will be challenged to ask questions and question answers. Applications are available at precollege.nd.edu.
Washington University in St. Louis has the High School Summer Experience where students have the chance to try out college. A variety of programs are available to current sophomores, juniors or seniors. Visit http://summerexperiences.wustl.edu. for more information.