Summer College Programs for High School Students
UConn Pre-College Summer:
A Premier Summer Program for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors
We have a summer in Storrs for you!
UConn Pre-College Summer provides rising high school juniors and seniors (class of 2020 or 2021) the opportunity to live and learn at a nationally ranked public university campus through four challenging and intensive one-week sessions. Within each one-week session, students focus on one field of their choice, attending classes taught by UConn professors each day. Other opportunities include workshops designed to assist with the transitions after high school.
Cornell University Summer Precollege Programs for High School Students: Cornell University Summer College allows you to get a head start on college by earning 3 to 6 credits in courses taught by top Cornell faculty. Explore majors in Psychology, Animal Science, Architecture, Art, Business, Engineering, Design, Debate, Conflict Resolution, English, Fashion, Hospitality, Human Rights, International Relations, Politics, Research, Macroeconomics, Marketing, Medicine, Literature, Robotics, Science, Sustainability, Technology, Veterinary Medicine and many more. Precollege programs are offered between June 22 and August 6, 2019. Limited financial aid is available. Apply by May 3, 2019.
Marist Summer Pre-College: Marist's Summer Pre-College program is an exciting way for students to gain a unique college experience while still in high school.
Academically, the students will be receiving 3 transferable college credits. Taught by Marist’s nationally-recognized faculty, the programs will provide a challenging, yet equally rewarding experience. The program allows students to utilize state-of-the-art technology, gain hands-on experience in their respective field, and earn three college credits.
Socially, students will be working and residing with diverse classmates from around the world! They will reside in campus dorms, enjoy meals in our dining hall, and explore different careers they might like to pursue.
Professionally, Pre-College graduates gain the skills and confidence essential for success, regardless of where they plan to study in the future. Students will work one-on-one with Marist faculty and admission representatives, creating an outstanding support network as they continue their college search process. Students can request a one-on-one interview with an admission counselor, and/or a letter of recommendation from their Marist professor, a strong addition to any college application
Maine Media Workshops: Classes in filmmaking, photography, animation, graphics, cartooning, creative writhing and game design.
Adelphi University: Open to students entering either their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school, Adelphi’s Pre-College experience brings together students from all over the world to live, learn and explore all that our University has to offer. Here, students will attend a college-level class each day, live in our new, air-conditioned residence halls, and eat in our fantastic dining hall! Adelphi’s beautiful and safe Garden City campus is just minutes from renowned beaches and parks, and just 23 miles from New York City, the world’s premiere city for art, culture and entertainment.
Through this college-level program, high school students will explore an academic area of interest in a challenging and supportive University-based learning community. The Pre-College Program offers a variety of different course topics from which students can choose and all Pre-College classes are taught by Adelphi’s nationally recognized faculty. Looking to earn college credit? Our for-credit class options provide students with the opportunity to earn 3 transferable college credits which can be applied toward future degrees. We also offer non-credit program options for those students who wish to gain a unique college experience.
New Haven FBI/ Yale University Summer Camp:
The Future Law Enforcement Youth Academy (FLEYA) training program is an overnight camp in which students are chaperoned by sworn law enforcement and FBI employees. The chaperones chosen who will oversee the daily and evening events include Yale Police Department officers, FBI employees, and FBI National Academy Alumni. Each alumni officer will originate from the county that the students represent. This will act as a way to promote ongoing communication and networking between law enforcement and the students after the program ends.
Students receive specific classroom training and practical exercises in investigative forensics, use of cyber technology techniques for combating violent crime, counter intelligence, gang awareness, civil rights (hate crimes), and many more violations of state and federal law. This unique training will include classes with federal agents, assistant U.S. attorneys and state attorneys, local police, and judges.
The fourth annual FBI New Haven FLEYA for Connecticut high school students will be held July 14 - 20, 2019 on the Yale University campus. The deadline to apply is April 5, 2019.
Babson Summer Program: Summer Study for High School Students
July 6–August 3, 2019
Babson’s Summer Study is a residential program for rising high school juniors and seniors that gives you real-world experience while building your business knowledge and entrepreneurial skills.Applications are now open.Applications due by March 1, 2019. Questions? Email Babson Summer Study or call 781-239-4400
Bryant University Summer Leadership Program
Global Leadership Summer Program Application Form 2019
The international Business Program at Bryant University is proud to open applications for its Global Leadership Summer Program 2019. Join us for this transformational five-day overnight program. Experience campus life, meet and learn from professors, executives, alumni and current students!
June 17th - June 21st 2019
Please complete the form below with your data. Note that through the generous contribution of an anonymous family, we are able to provide merit based scholarships to the best high school students in the area.
Application and Scholarship Eligibility:
1. Full-time student in good academic standing
2. Complete this application form, including
b. Name of one teacher, or similar that could serve as reference
c. Extracurricular activities
d. Short essay on why do you want to attend this program.
Deadline April 8, 2019