Pre College Summer Programs

  • Summer 2019

    ADELPHI UNIVERSITYPre-College Program

    Students will experience two weeks learning on the Garden City, NY campus. And students will leave Adelphi with three transferrable college credits and an unforgettable growing experience. The programs include: Art & Technology; Business & Entrepreneurship; Digital Media Production; Exploring Musical Theater; Human Rights and Social Activism; Nursing; Psychology & Pop Culture; Studio Art; Teaching; Video Game Progamming; Leadership Institute (noncredit); and Sciences, Medicine & Health (noncredit).

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    BABSON COLLEGESummer Study for High School Students

    July 6 – August 3, 2019: Offering high-achieving students with an immersive four-week, residential summer program to live like a college student and learn like an entrepreneur. Surrounded by other aspiring young entrepreneurs from around the world and taught by top-ranked faculty, students take a four-credit college course, Introduction to the Entrepreneurial Experience. 

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    BOSTON UNIVERSITYPre-College Programs

    Programs include: High School Honors, six-week program with transferable college credits; RISE Internship/Practicum, six-week non-credit program; Academic Immersion (AIM), three-week non-credit residential program; Summer Challenge, two-week residential program; Summer Preview, one-week non-credit program. For more information and registration, visit

    BOSTON UNIVERSITY College of Communication - Academy of Media Production Collegiate Experience for High School Students 

    Learn from expert hands-on instruction; create short films, multi-camera productions, discover educational and professional opportunities. Program dates: July 8 – August 2, 2019.  For more information and registration, visit

    CYBERMATH ACADEMY- Summer CampHarvard University and Stanford University

    CyberMath Academy: Harvard University (July 6-17) or Stanford University (July 15-27). Students choose from options which include College Prep (SAT and College Counseling & Application Planning), Math, Coding, Robotics, Game Design and Physics. Registration is open at

    DUKE UNIVERSITY 2019 Summer Session

    Summer College: July 7–August 2; STEM Academy: June 16-21, June 23-28, July 7-12; Summer Academy: June 16-July 5, July 14-August 2. For detailed information and registration, visit

    iD TECHSummer STEM Tech Camp

    iDTech provides summer STEM programs at 150 universities including Connecticut College, Fairfield University, SCSU, Trinity College, and Wesleyan University. For more information and registration, visit  or call 1-888-709-8324. Flyers with a $75 camp savings coupon are available in the Counseling Office.

    ITHACA COLLEGESummer College 2019

    Residential Pre-College Programs for High School Students: One-Week Summer College Session, June 23-28; Three-Week Summer College Session, June 30-July 19; Ithaca Writers Institute, June 30-July 12; Pre-College STEM Institute, June 30-July 19.  For more information and application, visit

    MARIST COLLEGESummer Pre-College

    Explore your creative and academic interests and earn college credit at Marist. This exciting opportunity is available to high school sophomores and juniors, with two to four-week courses in Poughkeepsie, New York City and Florence. For more information and application, visit

    NEW YORK UNIVERSITYPrecollege Program for High School Students

    Subject areas include: Arts & Media; Business; Humanities & Social Sciences; STEM; Education & Health; and Pathways To College. For more information, visit

    PACE UNIVERSITYSummer Scholars Institute

    Held at their New York City Campus, this two-week program, for high school juniors and seniors, combines study in one of five disciplines with active exploration of NYC’s cultural life, and events designed to complement the curriculum. Students can choose from the following tracks: Business, Criminal Justice, Digital Film Production, Psychology, Theater Arts. Program dates: July 14 – 27, 2019. For more information visit

    REGIS COLLEGESummer Scholars Program

    Program dates: June 27 – August 2, 2019. In-person classes and overnight experience. Earn six credits over the course of five weeks through a blend of online and classroom courses taught by dynamic faculty. Application deadline is May 30th. Visit for information and registration.

    RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-NEW BRUNSWICK – Engineering Pre-College Summer Academy

    An opportunity for students interested in engineering to participate in a new Summer Academy to develop their knowledge and skills through real-world field experience. This intensive one-week certificate program will introduce students to a variety of engineering areas to include: Aerospace; Biomedical; Civil; Computer; Electrical; Forensic; and Mechanical. Session I: July 7-13; and Session II: July 14-20. For more information and application, visit

    SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY SUMMER ANATOMY ENRICHMENT PROGRAM – Human Anatomy and Physiology Exploration of Structure and Function Summer Science Enrichment Program

    Program dates: July 15 – 20, 2019

    SHU will share the latest in healthcare educational technology in an immersive, hands-on program. Students will learn CPR, practice reading EKGs, and work with state-of-the-art mannequin/simulation labs used by healthcare educators throughout the U.S. The program will expose students to topics in biological sciences that will be both challenging and rewarding. For more information and application, visit

    SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY & NLS THERAPEUTICS DISCOVERYPresent A Computational Drug Discovery Summer Science Experience

    August 5 – 1, 2019. The computational drug discovery science experience provides a high-level pre-college introduction to the scientific, ethical, legal and business aspects of drug development and to the use of sophisticated drug design software to aid in the discover of new drugs.  For more information, please contact Professor Joseph Audie at


    June 23-28: Pre-Med Academy, Environmental Engineering Design Academy, Air Francis Academy; June 28-July 3: Biology and Chemistry Academy; July 7 – 12: solving CyberCrime with Digital Forensics Acaemy, Science of Exercise Physiology Academy and Sports Analytics Academy; July 14-19: Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering Academy, Psychology and Neuroscience Academy. Earn two college credits, $425 fee includes materials, room and board.  For online registration visit

    STANFORD UNIVERSITYPre-Collegiate Studies

    Students engage in small classes taught by instructors who are experts in their fields and passionate about teaching. Programs include the following: Summer Arts Institute; Summer Humanities Institute; Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes; Stanford A14ALL; Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC); Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Math and Physics Courses.

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    SUMMER DISCOVERY 2019Pre-College Enrichment, Academic, and Internship Programs

    True collaborative partnerships with UCLA, University of Colorado, University of Texas at Austin, University of Miami, Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania, Pace University NYC, Emerson College Boston, Cambridge University, City University London, Yale-NUS College Singapore.  For program information and registration, visit

    TUFTS UNIVERSITYPre-College Programs - Summer at Tufts

    Six- week programs: live on campus, choose from more than 100 undergraduate courses in over 35 departments and take two undergraduate courses. Two or three-week intensive programs: to include Engineering Design Lab, International Relations, Leadership for Social Change, Programming & App Design, Studio Art at the SMFA. The Tufts Summer Research Experience: this mentoring program offers high school students with previous research experience the opportunity to work in research laboratories guided by Tufts faculty members.  For more information and application, visit

    UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUTPre-College Summer Programs

    The program provides rising high school juniors and seniors four challenging and intensive one-week sessions.  Course Selection includes: Fine Arts and Digital Media; Social Sciences; STEM; STEM Health Sciences. June 23, 2019 deadline for full consideration.

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    UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVENYouth Academies, Summer 2019

    Academies include: CSI Academy, July 22-26, July 29-August 2; Entrepreneurial Leadership Academy, August 5-9; Film & Theater, July 15-26; Fire Science Academy, July 29-August 2; GenCyber Agent Academy, July 22-July 27; Junior Police Academy, July 29-August 2; Space and Physics Academy, July 15-19. Register Online: For more information, please contact Conference Services at 203-579-4223 or

    UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAMEPre-College Programs

    Summer Scholars (June 22-July 6, 2019): participants spent two intense weeks in one of 22 exciting programs of study; coursework is a true preview of college academics. Leadership Seminars (July 13-July 24, 2019): a competitive, 10-day program for academically talented students who show impressive leadership within their communities. Both provide students with a taste of the Notre Dame experience. Students live in the residence halls, eat in the dining hall, and participate in community-building activities.  Service is at the heart of the ND community and an integral component of our programs.  For more information and registration, visit

    UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTERSummer Pre-College Programs

    Students will spend the summer participating in college-level one-week courses, credit courses, or intensive programs in business, engineering, genetics, medicine, pathology, or research. They can live in a residence hall or commute from home. For information and registration, visit

    WENTWORTH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYsummerFAB Summer Residential Program

    Department of Architecture – Designing full-scale structures, building temporary installations, creating community projects, learning and receiving college credit.  For information, visit