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FIND  YOURSELF AT FIDM FOR 3 DAYS OF FASHION:

Experience fashion through the eyes of a college student in our IMMERSIVE SUMMER PROGRAM.  For 3 non-stop days: Learn from FIDM Instructors, collaborate on creative projects, meet industry professionals, express your style, be inspired by successful FIDM graduates and so much more. Hands on workshops where you can practice fashion draping, learn fashion sketching, styling and event promotion, trend spotting and forecasting. Check out all 3 days for only $300. Register Now at FIDM.EDU/GO/3DF.
 

MARIST SUMMER PRE_COLLEGE

How will you spend your summer vacation: MARIST Summer Pre-College. Get a taste of campus life and earn three to six college credits while in high school. You'll learn from experienced professionals and talented faculty, while studying in the hear of the Hudson River Valley. NEW YORK PROGRAMS: Business, Creative Writing, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Science, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Film and TV Production, Game Design, History, Pre-Health, Pre-Law, Psychology, Sports Communication and Theatre.  Register at www.MARIST.EDU/PRECOLLEGE

EXPLORE YOUR FUTURE (EYF)


Explore Your Future (EYF) is a summer career exploration program for deaf and hard-of-hearing college bound high school students who will begin their junior or senior year in fall 2018. Gain hands on experience in a variety of career areas - art, business, computers, engineering, health sciences, information technology and science. Learn how your personal interests can translate into a career. Experience life on a college campus. Make new friends from all over the country. Have fun !!! Deaf and hard-of-hearing and hearing faculty, staff and EYF orientation counselor serve as rold models, introduce you to life on campus and provide support for students who m ay be away from home for the first time. The program fee is $700 that includes room, board and activities. You should bring spending money. Session I - July 7-12, 2018. Session II - July 14 - 19. 2018. Application Deadling is April 30, 2018. To apply or to see EYF photos and video, visit www.rit.edu/NTID/EYF.

ADELPHI SUMMER PROGRAMS

This summer, students can experience Adelphi's presonalized approace to education through the Pre-College Program. Our Pre-College Program invites rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to spend two weeks living and learning on Adelphi's beautifel campus in Garden City NY located just minutes from the excitement of New York City. Explore challenging and exciting subjects like:
* Art and Design                                          * Psychology and Pop Culture
* Business and Entrepreneruship                * Science, Technology and Art
* Digital Media Production                           * Sciences, Medicine and Health (non credit)
* Musical Theatre                                         * Video Gaming Programming
* Nursing

Working with our professors and instructors, students in the Pre-College Program will participate in Adelphi's hands on, high impact learning under the guidance of industry experts. Students will participate in social programming, college rediness workshops, and excursions to nearby New York City. Students will leave with three transferable college credits and an unforgettable experience. July 22nd - August 4th 2018. Apply today at precollege.adelphi.edu.

ITHACA COLLEGE Summer College 2018  - Residential Pre-College Programs for High School Students

One Week Sessions - June 24-29, 2018:                                  Three Week Sessions - July1-20, 20018
American Sign Language                                                           Acting I (3 credits)
Communicating for Success                                                      Communication, Culture, and Rhetoric (3 credits)
Design Thinking                                                                         Education and Society (3 credits)
Digital Music Production                                                            General Psychology (3 credits)
Digital Photography                                                                    Health Sciences: Foundations and Careers (2 credits)
Figure Drawing                                                                           Introduction to Musical Theatre Performance (3 credits)
Introduction to 2D Game Design                                                Introduction to Sociology (3 credits)
Screenwriting                                                                              Introduction to Television Studio Production (4 credits)
Sports Media and Marketing
Writing College Application Essays

The cost of the 2018 noncredit one-week session is $1680.00. The three-week session is $4980.00. Commuter rates are available upon request. Students who believe they will be eligible for financial aid when they apply to college are encouraged to apply for a limited number of need based partial-tuition scholarships for the three-week sessions.

Contact the Office of Extended Studies at 607-274-3143 or summercollege@ithaca.edu for more information.
APPLY TODAY at ithaca.edu/summercollege/app
Online applications are due by May 15, 2018, but early application is recommended. Admission decisions are made a applications are received.

ITHACA WRITERS INSTITUTE - July 1-13, 2018 - The Ithaca Writers Institute offers two weeks of intensive writing workshops for high school students. Morning workshops: Fiction, Memoir, Poetry and Science Fiction & Fantasy. Afternoon workshops: Flash, Magazine Editing and Publishing, Science Writing: Dialogue for the Stage, Graphic Narrative, Writing as a Critic and Writing Children's Literature.  The cost is $2330.00 which includes housing, campus meal plan, and all required activities. Visit ithaca.edu/iwi for more information and to apply. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS MAY 15, 2018. 

PRE-COLLEGE STEM INSTITUTE - July 8-20, 2018 - Get your hands-on experience in laboratory and field research in our Pre-College STEM Institute. In this two-week residential program, you will assist expert science faculty with their current research projects. FIELDS: Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, and Envrionmental Studies and Science. The cost is $3080.00 which includes housing, campus meal plan, faculty supervision and all required activities. Visit ithaca.edu/summerSTEM for more information and to apply. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS MAY 15, 2018. 



NYU SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - July 1, - August 11, 2018 

Make the Leap with NYU High School Programs. How would it feel to take a course on the language of film while attending a local film festival? What about conducting college-level research on robotics with pioneering faculty and graduate students? Through NYU's myriad programs for high school students, you can do that and so much more while experiencing a slice of life as an NYU student. Every summer, students from all over the country and all over the world participate in various high school programs, becoming a part of the campus community and makin New York City their classroom. 

Every NYU high school program falls under one of six subject areas: arts and media, business, college prep, humanities and social sciences, health and education studies, and STEM. One program, NYU Precollege, which gives students access to courses across all of NYU's undergraduate schools and colleges, falls under five of the subject areas. Once you've narrowed your focus to one of these areas of interest, you'll be able to choose the length of study that best suits your schedule. Programs range in length from one to seven weeks and vary in terms of wheather or not course credit, housing, meal plans and scholarships are available.

These decisions will not only prepare you for a summer of rigorous study, but will also give you the chance to jump-start college life in the heart of New York City. While certain programs will encourage you to truly integrate into college life - from taking courses alongside current NYU students to accessing our on-campus fitness and health centers - other programs offer a more targeted experience, designed exclusively for high school students. You'll make friends with fellow NYU students on walks to the Empire State Building, outings to famous local pizzerias, and trips to Broadway shows.

To learn more about our programs, visit nyu.edu/highschool.

For scholarship consideration, students should apply by April 1, 2018. For more details and the most up-to-date information, please visit nyu.edu/precollege

ALFRED UNIVERSITY SUMMER PROGRAM FOR TEENS 2018 


Welcome! Each summer we welcome high school students from all over the country to our beautiful campus to make the most of their summer vacations by participating in exciting academic and sports camps. These programs provide opportunities to learn more about a favorite subject, enhance their skills, sample life on a college campus and meet other students with similar interests and academic ability.

Our summer programs offer top qualitity  instruction in a supportive environment, enjoyable activities, pleasand surroundings, comfortable housing and nutritous meals, while also giving campers an idea of what it it like to be in college. We try to provide the perfect balance of learning and fun to make each week a memorable experience for all. Our programs are highly rated by campers and their parents. Our campus is located in a peaceful village in western New York State, where summer days are warm and nights are usually cool and comfortable. Surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful meadows and valleys, Alfred University is the perfect place for students to spend an enjoyable week learning more about a favorite subject or sport.  Our programs are staffed by distinguished members of the AU faculty, community and advanced graduate students. With Alfred University's excellence in teaching and commitment to offering quality programming, these are among the most educational and fun summer programs in the country. When not in class, campers enjoy organized recreational activities such as indoor and outdoor games, movies, social gatherings at a local coffee house, hikes, a farewell party on the last night, and more. Out-of-class supervision is provided by our team of Camp Counselors who are specially trained to serve as positive role models, mentors and friends. Campers stay in a clean, modern residential halls, dedicated to summer campers, and cafeteria style meals served in our University dining hall. Living, dining and learning together provides campers ample opportunity to get to know each other well and develop lasting friendships. 

Programs, dates and fees are as follows: 
Art Portfolio - July 1-13 (one and two-week options)   $950.00 for one week (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit) Both weeks $1995.00
Astronomy - July 22-26   $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)
Athletic Performance Enhancement - July 22-27   $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)
Creative Writing - June 24-28    $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)
Ceramic & Glass Engineering - June 24-28    $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)
Computer - July 8-12     $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)
Expanded Media - June 24 - July 20 (4 one week camps) $910 for one week, $1795 for 2 camps, $2700 for 3 camps, $3500 for all 4 camps
Equine Business - July 15-19     $775.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)
Robotics - June 24-28     $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)
Theatre - June 24-July 6 (two week camp)    $1995.00 (includes $200 nonrefundable deposit)
Equestrian (English) - July 8-13   $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)  
Swimming - July 8-13    $505.00 (see website for early bird and team discounts)
Equestrian (Western) - July 22-27    $910.00 (includes $100 nonrefundable deposit)

For more information and applications go to the following websites:

Art - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/art.cfm
Astronomy - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/astronomy.cfm
Athletic Performance Enhancement - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/athletic-performance-enhancement.cfm
Creative Writing - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/writing.cfm
Ceramic & Glass Engineering - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/science.cfm
Computer Camp - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/computer-engr.cfm
Exploration of Expanded Media - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/
Equine Business - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/equine-business.cfm
Robotics Engineering - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/robotics.cfm
Theater - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/theater.cfm
Equestrian - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/equestrian.cfm (english)
                     www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/w-equestrian.cfm (western)
Swimming - www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/swimming.cfm

Each camp has additional requirements so please visit the website for the camp of your choice for those specifics. Submit application and deposit online and send the additional required materials to the AU Office of Summer Programs so all is received NO LATER THAN MAY 1, 2018. 


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