Check out the following link to discover ways to access free college online courses!! Choose from a variety of options and topics!

UW Whitewater is hosting a series of online events. Check them out below.

2020 UWW Summer Clinics

This website enables you to search specific schools or specific areas of focus within the UW System.

Most programs repeat annually. These programs cover a wide array of subjects from computer to basketball camps, from music and art to cheerleading and study skills. They are offered for varying age groups from pre-kindergarten through high school. Many of the academic programs offer scholarship assistance.


We're seeking 20 highly-motivated and talented high school students (juniors and graduating seniors) for the most valuable virtual internship experience we could dream up. Selected students will work alongside college students from across the state. They'll build out a portfolio of real-world work, they’ll get plugged into a network of inspiring professionals, and they’ll dive deep into the creative innovation mindset.

The program fee is $1,500 for each selected student. Scholarships to provide financial assistance are actively being developed. Spots are limited to 20 and rolling acceptances will begin later this month. All details and student application here:

The Commons HS Virtual Summer Internship Overview

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Our two-week workshops begin on June 22, July 6, and July 20. At the end of each session, your student will walk away with:

  • Articles to add to their professional portfolio
  • A unique experience to write about in their college application essay
  • An appreciation of journalism and the confidence to use their voice to tell stories in their own communities
  • New friends

While we accept applications on a rolling basis, we strongly encourage students to apply early to secure their seat. To qualify for this opportunity, please have them apply.

If students are accepted to the program and pay the registration fee by April 30, they will receive a special discount of $500 off the tuition. Just pass along this discount code to them to use online: BUSUMMER20.

For more information about our program, visit our website and our FAQ section. We encourage you to share this with your students and their families.


Ermolande Jean-Simon
Student Programs Manager
Boston University Summer Journalism Institute

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MIAD’s Summer Pre-College is an intense, immersive, and exciting exploration of visual art and design for high school age students. Taught by MIAD faculty, this is an opportunity to create art all day, every day, and experience a college-level curriculum. It is also a chance to connect with other art students from across the country.

There are two programs: 

  • The two-week Core Studio Concepts is for beginning or intermediate students interested in exploring two areas of art study.
  • The three-week Advanced Studio Concepts is for students ready for intensive college work in one area of art study; Advanced Studio students also receive 3 elective credits to MIAD.


Core Studio Concepts: July 13 - 24 Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuition & Supplies: $1,500


Advanced Studio Concepts July 13 - 31 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Tuition & Supplies: $1,800


Optional Housing
MIAD's apartment-style residence hall, TWO50TWO is across the street from the college's main academic building. The progressive-style building with sustainable systems and details is in close proximity to students' studios and classrooms in the creative atmosphere of the Historic Third Ward.

Housing Pricing Information: Core Studio Concepts (2 weeks): $865 (double) or $725 (triple)Advanced Studio Concepts (3 weeks): $1,385 (double)

Scholarships Available
Scholarship Deadline: April 1 Learn more about scholarship opportunities here!

Greetings from Gettysburg!

Gettysburg College is excited to offer several opportunities for high school juniors and sophomores to attend academic camps over the summer months. Subjects include psychology, history, creative writing, or information technology. Please find information to share with your students about our academic camps below:

  • 3D Object Modeling and Printing Camp - Students will study 3D object modeling and printing starting with the basics of a 3D printer. After learning the fundamentals, they will practice designing objects.
  • Build a Bot and Code It Too - Students will gain hands-on experiences in coding, wiring electronics, and building robots through the open source software and hardware. This camp is an introduction into the world of coding robotics and electronics.
  • Camp Psych - Students will get hands-on experiences that introduce them to research in psychology during this fun, challenging, and engaging introduction to the field.
  • Civil War Era Studies Camp - Students will get to enjoy historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania while studying the American Civil War History through lectures, field trips, and unique learning experiences. They will explore the circumstances leading to the war, investigate significant battles during the war, and explore the condition of the United States after the war.
  • Young Writers' Workshop - Students gain an in-depth introduction to all four genres of creative writing: fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and writing for stage and screen.
  • Civil War Institute Summer Conference - Scholarship - The High School Student Scholarship component of Gettysburg College's annual Civil War Institute summer conference provides high school students an opportunity to explore the history of the Civil War era on the site of the war's most decisive battle.

We offer programs across a wide variety of disciplines—including arts, business, humanities, math, science, and more—allowing highly motivated students to investigate advanced topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Participants engage in small classes with brilliant instructors and peers who share their passions.

Deadlines for most of our summer programs are in February, with some early round deadlines in January. Admission is selective. Limited financial aid is available.

  • Stanford Summer Humanities Institute brings students in grades 10 and 11 together to explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities. Seminars are led by distinguished Stanford professors during this three-week residential program.
  • Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes allows students currently in grades 8–11 to apply to a single-subject intensive course selected from a wide range of disciplines, and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.
  • Stanford AI4ALL invites students in 9th grade to apply to this three-week residential summer program. Participants learn about topics in AI, partake in ongoing research at Stanford, and receive mentorship from professors, graduate students, and industry professionals. Young women and students from underrepresented and/or low-income backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.
  • Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) students participate in a highly-selective program centered around lectures, guided research, and group problem-solving in advanced math topics. This four-week program is intended for an elite group of talented students in grades 10 and 11.
  • Stanford Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Math and Physics offers 13 courses throughout the year, including a summer term for high school students, grades 9–12. Students earn Stanford University Continuing Studies credit.

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The summer of a lifetime awaits your students at Penn

Penn Summer High School programs are open to high school students living in the US and across the globe. Joining the Penn Summer community means living and learning in the heart of the vibrant University City district—a neighborhood full of restaurants, shops, parks, cafés, libraries, and museums.

Whether they opt to live in a college dormitory or commute from the Philadelphia area, and enroll in for-credit courses or shorter non-credit programs, students can experience the best of what Penn has to offer: world-class instructors, peers from around the world, Ivy League resources, and hands-on learning. Some programs include extracurricular activities and day trips to historical and cultural attractions or sports and games.

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Applications are now open: the deadline for 2020 applications is May 1. Programs fill up quickly; it’s not too early to encourage your outstanding students to explore our program options and get in touch with our team!

Penn Summer High School Programs
(215) 898-7326

Greetings from the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

We are excited to share that the application for the summer 2020 Business Emerging Leaders (BEL) Program is now open!

The BEL program is a pre-college summer program for talented students interested in business that begins the summer after 10th grade and continues through participant’s 11th and 12th grade summers. Students who apply and are admitted to the University of Wisconsin AND who have successfully completed the BEL program are granted a full-tuition scholarship for four years of study in the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB).

Program Highlights:

  • There is no cost to students to participate in the BEL program other than transportation to and from the Madison campus each summer.
  • BEL participants live on campus each summer and engage in activities focused on self exploration, team building, career exposure, and academic growth, including an ACT prep course and courses in Business Analytics and Professional Communication.
  • Students also visit local and regional corporations, participate in business career shadow experiences, engage with business alums, and learn about the business majors offered in the WSB.
  • Participation in the BEL program conveys a distinct advantage when adjusting to higher education, learning in college classes, and applying for internship opportunities, all of which help prepare students for successful careers in business. Participation does not guarantee admission to UW-Madison.

To be eligible to apply to the BEL program, students must:

  • Be a current 10th grade student
  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (unweighted on a 4.0 scale)
  • Identify as at least one of the following:
    • Black/African American
    • Hispanic/Latinx
    • Native American
    • Southeast Asian American (Hmong, Vietnamese, Laotian, Cambodian)
    • Eligible to receive free or reduced lunch benefits at school

More information, including details about how to apply, can be found on our website.

Business Emerging Leaders (BEL) Program

Marian University Nurse Camp

June 15–18, 2020

Marian University will host nurse camp and is open to high school students who will graduate in 2021 or 2022 interested in nursing, allied health, and other health sciences..

  • Where: Marian University Fond du Lac, WI Campus
  • Costs: $25

The camp will feature sessions taught by faculty and area professionals, and will include hands-on learning opportunities. All participants who attend the camp, then apply and are admitted to Marian University will receive an annual $500 scholarship. This camp is limited to the first 20 students who apply and are approved.

Apply Below!

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Premiering Summer 2020, we’re pleased to offer Lehigh University Summer Academy, a three-week pre-college residential program for rising 6th -11th grade students. We’re eager to share this information with you since it provides an exciting summer enrichment opportunity for your high school students.

Designed to help students achieve their full potential, Lehigh University Summer Academy offers innovative, thought-provoking and enriching course work, combined with learning that extends beyond the traditional classroom. Service-learning projects, leadership development, field trips and social events will also be an integral part of the program. Participants will build their “tool belt” for success both in school and life. Most importantly, students will make meaningful connections and create friendships that will last a lifetime!

Two three-week sessions are available this summer. Each session is limited to only 80 students to ensure a highly personal enrichment experience. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and financial assistance is available. Educators and school administrators are invited to nominate students for the program.

To learn more about the program and to nominate students, visit If you have questions about the Summer Academy, please feel free to contact Kristin Weinstein, Managing Director, at 610.758.0655 or


Bruce Bunnick, Director of Admissions


It may be cold outside in Boston, but it’s not too early to start planning for summer. Applications are now live for the 2020 Summer Term High School Programs at Boston University, via our website at

Next year, we are offering five pre-college programs for your students to choose from. All five provide rigorous and collaborative college life experiences that will enable students to gain a strong sense of their personal and academic potential. Here is a brief overview of our programs:

  • High School Honors is a six-week residential, commuter, or online program in which students take Boston University undergraduate courses and earn up to eight transferable college credits. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
  • RISE Internship/Practicum is a six-week, non-credit residential or commuter program in which students conduct scientific research in a university lab under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students must be U.S. citizens and entering their senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
  • Academic Immersion (AIM) is a three-week, non-credit residential program for students to focus intensively on a single academic topic while enjoying and experiencing life on a college campus. This summer we are offering three AIM tracks: Introduction to Experimental Psychology, Introduction to Medicine, and Creative Writing. Each track combines classroom work in the subject area with experiential learning activities. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
  • Summer Challenge is a two-week residential program in which students take two non-credit seminars of their choice and experience life on a college campus. Students must be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
  • Summer Preview is a one-week, non-credit commuter or residential program in which students explore one subject of interest while previewing the college experience. Students must be entering their freshman or sophomore year of high school in Fall 2020.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at We look forward to seeing your students on campus this summer!


Erin Michael Salius, PhD
Assistant Director
Boston University Summer Term