Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Fairleigh Dickinson Pre-College Programs

Expand Your Student's Intellectual Horizons ...
at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Summer Pre-College Programs!

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Drones & Smart Device Coding
are just the tip of the iceberg at this year's Pre-College Programs.

Challenge your students with a summer of non-stop learning and endless fun!


"My instructor was very dedicated to making sure every student feels like they are cared for, they are learning the same exact things, and making sure every student feels like they are progressing throughout the course."

Noam Yakar
Sophomore, Tenafly High


Let your students experience rigorous academics and creative enrichment!
We would appreciate if you could share the downloadable flyer with parents and families within your school district.
Each Course Earns 3 College Credits
Non-Credit Courses
Both programs are offered on our Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck
and Florham Campus in Madison.

Session 1: July 8 to July 18
Session 2: July 22 to Aug. 22
Classes held Monday—Thursday

Questions? Contact us at 201-692-2639 or precollege@fdu.edu.

Bucknell Academy Summer Program



Bucknell Academy Summer Experience (BASE) is a collaborative residential experience where students are invited to explore the value of a liberal arts perspective in making challenging decisions to improve today’s world. At BASE, faculty and students from various academic disciplines will engage in classroom discussions in an effort to come up with creative solutions. BASE participants will have the opportunity to:
  • Learn about exciting current world issues
  • Develop creative problem solving skills
  • Collaborate with faculty and peers
  • Experience the liberal arts education
  • Explore Bucknell’s campus
Dates:            June 23 – 27, 2019
Eligibility:       High school students who will be rising juniors or seniors are welcome to apply.
Application:   The deadline to apply is April 20, 2019.
Notification:   Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
 
 
 

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

United State Naval Academy Summer Programs

United States Naval Academy Summer Programs Applications are
OPEN NOW!
Summer STEM
STEM is all about exploring, creating, building, and making things better, and at our Summer STEM Program, you’ll do just that. You’ll work with students from all over the country as you test your problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration skills.
USNA STEM 2018
Summer Seminar
Summer Seminar will introduce you to life at the Academy, where you will experience first-class academic, athletic, and professional training at the #1 public college in the U.S.* (Top 25 Public College in the U.S. 2017, Forbes). Your Summer Seminar application will also serve as a preliminary application to the Academy that you will complete before or during your senior year.
USNA Summer Seminar 2017

Montclair State University Early College Program

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Academically ambitious high school students have an exciting opportunity to complement high school study with Montclair State University coursework. Through this pre-college program, rising juniors and seniors earn transferable college credits, experience the rigors and expectations of college-level classes, learn alongside Montclair State University students and engage in courses taught by University professors on campus or online.

Application Requirements

Prospective Early College Program students must submit:
  1. Completed online Early College Program Application
  2. Official high school transcript with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
  3. Personal statement – What are your academic goals and where do you see yourself in 3-5 years?
  4. A one-time, non-refundable $25 processing fee for the entire summer, fall, or spring session upon your initial registration for one or more courses
  5. Optional – Letter of recommendation from a counselor or teacher (non-relative)
Submit all materials to:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Early College Program
Montclair State University
1 Normal Avenue, Dickson Hall
Montclair, NJ 07043
For more information, contact Gregory Nasser at nasserg@montclair.edu.
Application Type: Rolling admission
Deadline: Students have up to one week to register prior to the start of the semester/session
Notification: Completed applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Students are notified two to four days after review.
Estimated Tuition:
Summer 2019 Cost Per 3 Credit Course$725.00 ($241.60 per credit)
Fall 2019 Cost Per 3 Credit Course$835.00 ($278.30 per credit)

Courses

Early College Program students may choose from a wide variety of undergraduate courses within the 100 and 200 levels. To find courses, browse through the Undergraduate Course Catalog. Should a course have a math or language prerequisite, testing is available for accepted Early College Program students to determine placement and allow for registration. Please visit Math Testing and Language Testing for more information.

Important Information for Early College Program Applicants

Early College Program students may register for fall, spring and summer courses. Students are permitted to take up to two courses in the fall, spring and/or summer. Students must apply for each semester in which they wish to enroll. Courses are offered on a space-available basis. Priority registration is given to matriculated undergraduates. Admission to the Early College Program classification does not guarantee acceptance into a Montclair State University undergraduate degree program.

Friday, March 1, 2019

University of Virginia

University of Virginia


The Cornerstone Summer Institute is now accepting applications for the upcoming session and we would appreciate you sharing information about this special experience with any students you feel might be interested. We’ve also included a link to a pdf that could be displayed with other summer opportunities you all share with your students. Thank you in advance for your assistance and feel free to contact us with any questions.

The Cornerstone Summer Institute is a week-long summer camp at the University of Virginia where high school students learn about slavery and its legacies by exploring the University, Charlottesville, and area landmarks. The camp provides rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors with the opportunity to engage in historical investigation, archaeological excavation, and community engagement in order to learn and develop thinking skills that will prepare them for success in college and beyond. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until April 22, 2019. Some financial aid is available for students with demonstrated need. To find the application and learn more, click here.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Virginia Tech Programs

 
 

Virginia Tech is committed to diversity among our student body. To achieve this goal, we are offering several programs focused on building student populations from different backgrounds. Please pass this information along to any students who may be interested at your school, we'd love to welcome them to campus!

Native@VT Powwow
Saturday, April 6, Graduate Life Center Lawn

A celebration of the spirit of Native Cultures, open to all.
facebook page for Native@VT | flyer

Black College Institute
Three sessions during the summer, Blacksburg

The Black College Institute is a 5-day academic summer enrichment program inviting talented, high achieving and intellectually curious rising high school juniors and seniors from Virginia and abroad.
website | flyer

Hispanic College Institute
In partnership with Valhen, this program empowers Latinx students in the Commonwealth of Virginia with the tools to succeed in high school, college, and beyond.
website | flyer (English) | flyer (Spanish)

STEMability
Fun and engaging summer camps to serve, train, empower and mentor high school students with disabilities while exposing them to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
website

University of Miami Summer Scholars Program


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High School Students Can Earn College Credit with Top UM Faculty This Summer
How many students get the chance to produce their own film, learn how to code in python, tour major media hubs in Miami, all while earning six college credits? 
The University of Miami’s Summer Scholars program gives high school sophomores and juniors the opportunity to explore their passion and consider their career opportunities while experiencing college in an authentic environment.
 This year's program runs from July 6 through July 26, 2019
Students must apply by March 1 for scholarship consideration!
We offer rolling admission, click here to download our 2019 program brochure for more information.

Scholarship opportunities available

need-based and merit-based March 1 deadline
Limited Scholarship Opportunities are available for students who qualify. To be considered, eligible applicants must complete both the Summer Scholars application and the scholarship application and submit supporting documents by the March 1 deadline. Students who meet the requirements for our need-based scholarship may also qualify for application fee reduction waivers.  Scholarship information for the 2019 program is now available on our website.