Carlton College Liberal Arts Experience
The Carlton College Liberal Arts Experience is designed to introduce the benefits of a liberal arts education to students who have just completed their sophomore year of high school. This highly selective, weeklong program allows students to take classes from Carlton professors, live on campus, and learn what it takes to be a successful college bound student.
CLAE will take place July 8-15, 2017. Full scholarship are available. Eligible students include students of African American descent or students who have an interest in African American culture. Click here for the application.
The student application deadline is April 1, 2017.
Boston University Summer Pre-College Programs
Boston University’s Summer Pre-College Programs provide students with rigorous and collaborative college life experiences that enable them to gain a strong sense proof their personal and academic potential. Here is a brief overview of their programs:
- HIGH SCHOOL HONORS – a six-week residential or online program in which students take Boston University undergraduate courses and earn up to 8 transferable college credits. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in fall 2017.
- RISE Internship/Practicum – a six-week non-credit residential program in which students conduct scientific research in a university lab under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students must be entering their senior year of high school fall 2017.
- ACADEMIC IMMERSION (AIM) – a three-week non-credit residential program for students to focus intensively on a single academic topic while enjoying life on a college campus. This summer BU is offering AIM Tracks: Introduction to Experimental Psychology and Introduction to Medicine. Both tracks combine classroom work in the sciences with experiential learning activities. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school Fall 2017.
- SUMMER CHALLENGE – 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 Fall 2017.