• SUMMER PRE-COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES

     

    * Most Colleges/Universities hold summer programs.  You can search on each schools website for high school or pre-college programs.  Below are schools that have sent us information on summer programs for high school students:

    Barnard Pre-College Programs     www.barnard.edu/summer     212-854-8866

    A wonderful opportunity for students to enjoy a pre-college experience and college preparation while exploring NYC. Summer in the City, Liberal Arts Intensive, Young Women’s Leadership Institute, Dance in the City, Athena Summer Innovation Institute.

    Boston University   

    Five exciting programs for HS students available through Boston University Summer Term.  HS Honors, RISE Internship/Practicum, Academic Immersion (AIM – Intro to Experimental Psychology and Intro to Medicine), Summer Challenge, Summer Preview.

    Bucknell Academy Summer Experience    BUCKNELL.EDU/BASE

    Faculty and students from across academic areas share expertise to find innovative solutions to pressing issues. Apply by 4/20/18.

    Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs   www.admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college 412-268-2082

    June 30-August 11, 2018. Advanced Placement/Early Admission.    Fine Arts: Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, Music, National HS Game Academy

    Columbia University   Sps.Columbia.Edu/HS    585-275-3221. 

    Columbia University Science Honors Program     www.columbia.edu/cu/shp/apply.html      212-854-3354

    Courses given in physical, chemical, biological, behavioral & computing sciences as well as in pure and applied math.  Applicant must currently be in the 11th, 10th or 9th grade.  There is no tuition charges.  Selection based on the online application, grade transcripts, letters or recommendation and the student performance on an entrance exam to be taken at Columbia University on either 4/7 or 4/21.  There is a $30 testing fee that must accompany application.  Applications must be received by the SHP by 3/1/18.

    Cornell University Summer College     summercollege.cornell.edu    

    Award-winning 2, 3 and 6 week programs.  Earn 3 to 6 credits.   Architecture & Art, Business & Leadership, Computer Science, Debate & Literature, Design & Fashion, Engineering & Robotics, Gov, History & Law, Hotel Management, International Relations, Medicine & Psychology, Research & Science, Social Change & Sustainability, Veterinary Medicine…or design your own.

    Denison University (Reynolds Young Writers Workshop) reynoldswriting@denison.edu   740-587-6207 

    Engineering Summer Academy at Penn   esap.seas.upen.edu  215-898-0053

    July 8-28.  Priority Deadline:  2/26/18  Final Deadline:  4/6/18.  For highly talented and motivated HS students.  With one of our six courses, you can take your STEM interests to the next level and earn college credit (1 Penn cu).  Need-based financial aid Is available.

    Five Towns College HS Summer Programs     admissions@ftc.edu     631-656-2100

    Each session is designed to provide the student with hands-on experiences in Music, Film, Audio Recording, Broadcasting, Theatre Arts and Virtual Reality. 

    Fordham Pre-College Program     Fordham.edu/summer     718-817-4665

    This commuter student program allows HS seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or better to enroll in full-credit college classes.

    Choose from nearly 30 college courses close to home. 

    Hofstra University Sports Journalism and Broadcasting Institute     ce.hofstra.edu/sportsjournalism     516-463-5909.  

    For students between 12 to 18 years old.  The program curriculum is centralized around developing and honing students’ skill sets around sports writing, research and preparation, vocal coaching, interviewing skills, how to effectively host your sports radio and television news show, sports-play-by-play and color commentary and post-production editing.

    LIU Post Summer Honors Institute     postsummerhonors@liu.edu     516-299-2900

    One-week intensives for rising HS seniors, exclusive programming, work closely with distinguished faculty members and peers.  Programs are offered on a full-scholarship basis-the only costs to you are for meals and transportation.

    Long Island HS for the Arts Summer Arts Academy     www.nassauboces.org/lihsa     516-622-5678

    For students in grades 6 – 12 who have demonstrated an interest in the arts through their participation in performing and visual arts.  Theatre, music, dance, fine art, digital media, special effects, filmmaking.

    Maine Media Workshops     www.mainemedia.edu     207-236-8581

    Young artists workshops.  The work that you do at Maine Media will heighten your creativity, prepare you for college, and show you that there are absolutely no boundaries to what you can accomplish. 

    Manhattan College 2018 Summer Program         deanengr@manhattan.edu     718-862-7281

    This summer program is for Minority and Women HS Students interested in Engineering and Science at no cost to the students.  It is co-sponsored by the ACE Mentorship Program, Metropolitan Section of ASCE, NY Building Foundation, General Contractors’ Association, as well as corporate sponsors.  Student must e-mail application to janet.horgan@manhattan.edu

    Marist Summer Pre-College Programs     www.marist.edu/precollege     845-575-3226

    Provides rising HS juniors and seniors the opportunity to take a course in a field they are passionate about while getting a taste of college life.  Students live in our residence halls, utilize state-of-the-art technology, and gain hands-on-experience in their respective fields.

    Molloy College Summer Scholars Program     https://visit.molloy.edu/event/53132   516-323-4035

    Students who are entering their senior year of high school can get a jump-start on their college experience this summer! Students are now eligible to receive college credit for Molloy College summer classes ranging from Art to Spanish.

    Molloy College Summer Writing Experience     molloy.edu/summerwritingexperience     516-323-3293

    For motivated HS juniors and seniors and students entering college as freshmen in 2018.

    Choose from the following workshops:  Writing to Learn, Writing for College, Writing Winning Application Essays, Introduction to Academic Writing, Writing Effective Sentences, Creative Approach to Writing, Revision Strategies.

    NMH (Northfield Mount Hermon) Summer Session     nmhschool.org/summer    

    College prep for students entering grades 10-12.  Rising Scholars Program for students entering grades 7-9.

    NYU Pre-College Summer Program for HS Students     nyu.edu/precollege 

    Get a taste of college life by taking courses in NYC.  Apply for scholarships by April 1, 2018

    Oceanography at Stony Brook Southampton     stonybrook.edu/sea-hs

    Examine the World ocean and the life that inhabits it in this in-depth introduction to the science of the seas.  Earn college credits.  Designed to give motivated HS students a head start on college.    

    Pratt Institute Brooklyn Campus   Pratt.edu/precollege   855-551-7727

    Pre-College at Adelphi University     precollege.adelphi.edu     1-800-ADELPHI

    Earn 3 transferable college credits.   Choose from subjects like art and design, musical theater, business, nursing, psychology, video gaming and more.

    Pre-College Summer program in Early American History     www.wm.edu/niahd     757-765-7652

    Travel back in time to learn about the men and women who shaped America.  Visit the places they lived, observe the things they touched, and immerse yourself in the study of early American history.  Earn 4 hours of transferrable college credit.

     

    Roger Williams University Summer 2018 Academy in Architecture     SAAHP.RWU.EDU/SUMMERACADEMY  401-254-3683

    The School of Architecture, Art & Historic Preservation invites you to attend an intensive residential 4-week Summer Academy in Architecture for HS students who have successfully completed their sophomore or junior year.

    Shoulder-to-Shoulder: The International School of Global Citizenship     www.shouldertoshoulder.com      970-306-7797

    They take small groups of HS students (Gr 10-12) to study leadership and do service work with nonprofit/NGO partners on four continents.

    St. John’s College Summer Academy     sjc.edu/summer-academy-2018     505-984-6060

    Immense HS students into a college experience into a college experience like no other.  Live on campus in either Annapolis or Santa Fe.  It will nourish the mind, body and soul.

    Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies   www.spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself.com See website for details.

    Stony Brook Summer Journalism Workshop          stonybrook.edu/journalism     631-632-7403

    For current HS Sophomores & Juniors.  Spend seven days living on the SBU campus learning the basic skills of news reporting, writing and editing and using video.  Application must be postmarked by 4/3/18.

    USC Summer Programs     summer.usc.edu     213-740-5679

    Experience college life, live on the USC campus, earn college credit, explore LA with field trip related to your course of study.

    University of Delaware Edge Summer College Program     www.udel.edu/admissions     302-831-8123

    This is a five-week, credit-bearing summer college experience for HS students moving into their junior and senior years.

    University of Rochester   enrollment.rochester.edu/precollege  585-275-3221

    Students spend the summer taking college-level courses and getting a taste of the college experience.  One-week courses, credit courses, or intensive programs in business, engineering, film, medicine and pathology.

    Wagner College Summer Pre-College Program     wagner.edu/lifelong-learning     718-390-3221

    Students can choose from 5 unique programs:  Pre-Med and Science (Microbiology), Psychology and Filmmaking, Business & Speech, Art History & Studio Art, Summer Music Theatre Institute (SMTI), Summer Technical Theatre Institute (STTI).  For rising seniors, juniors and select sophomores. 

    Washington University in St. Louis   (Summer Experiences)  summerexperiences.wustl.edu   

    Westchester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) Pre-College STEM Programs   FRONTIERS    pop@wpi.edu   508-831-4900 

    Westminster College of the Arts/Rider University Pre-College Performing Arts Program     rider.edu/WCCYoungArtist

    Explore the many facets of strengthening your art as a performer.  Discover and develop your vocal and performance abilities.  Train with Westminster’s renowned faculty and award winning artists.  Expand your creativity in an atmosphere of artistic and intellectual discovery.

    University of Alabama   ( UA Early College) uaearlycollege.ua.edu     205-348-7083  

    University of Pennsylvania ENGINEERING SUMMER ACADEMY at PENN   esap.seas.upenn.edu   215-898-0053   

    University of Southern California    (Summer Programs)  summer.usc.edu     213-740-5679