NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY'S SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
- The College Prep Experience | July 1-26, 2013
- Summer Seminars | July 1-19, 2013
- College 101 | July 7-19, 2013
- The College Prep Experience
Commuter Students: $3,800
Residential Students: $5,899
- Summer Seminars
Commuter Students: $2,950
Residential Students: $4,300
- College 101
Commuter Students: Not Offered
Residential Students: $3,500
*Program costs are subject to change by the Board of Trustees
EXPERIENCE OUR PROGRAMS
The College Prep Experience
This 4-week program is designed to introduce rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to the collegiate experience to help prepare for the first year as an undergraduate student.
- Credit-bearing courses mirror traditional first-year college curriculum and may be transferred to give you a head-start on your first semester
- Workshops focus on life skills required for a smooth transition from high school to college life
Offered in three week-sessions, the seminars provide a specialized academic experience in programs unique to Northeastern.
- Seminars carry 3 credits and foster a high level of student engagement and creativity
- Students may choose from the following seminars: Entrepreneurship, Sport in Society, or App Lab
- This distinctive summer experience is meant for high school students who are interested in preparing for the future as well as honing their academic skills. The two-week non-credit program offers the opportunity to engage in college-level learning, cultivate academic skills, and enjoy an authentic college experience.
- Courses focus on topics such as college writing, public speaking, and skills for academic success
- Limited to 25 students per section
ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS
Northeastern University's Summer Programs include credit and noncredit options designed to prepare rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors for the academic, social, and campus experiences of freshman year of college.
Building on Northeastern's world-renowned reputation for experiential learning, our programs focus on helping students understand how academic topics are used in real-world applications.
Office of Admissions
50 Nightingale Hall
Boston, MA 02115-9959
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Included "Summer Program" in the subject line)