You may want to think about bringing some extra cash with you to Summer Springboard. While you tuition covers the cost of the cost of meals and excursions, it will not cover any souvenirs you may want to pick up for family and friends.
Category: Campus Life
Yes, provided the request is submitted prior to the start of the program. When you complete the Student Medical Information Form, you will have the opportunity to make special dietary requests.
Students are permitted to bring a cell phone to keep in touch with parents, but it must be turned off during program activities. Your parents or guardians will have the telephone number to the program’s site office, where they can leave you messages.
No. We always have gender segregated rooms.
Most students come to Summer Springboard on their own. During the first few days students have the opportunity to participate in events and activities designed to help them meet each other and make new friends.
Once you enroll, students may request to room together with another student. These requests are typically honored. However, one of the important benefits of attending a Summer Springboard program is the opportunity to network with and get to know peers outside your current circle of friends.
Each room will house two to four students, depending on the housing location. You will have your own bed. Your room will include fresh linens and towels (but extra blankets and towels are recommended). The bathroom is shared.