In the afternoons, students choose an enrichment elective that provides useful life skills or a deeper understanding of the college application and admissions process. True You: College Admissions Demystify the admissions process, research schools based on multiple criteria, begin planning your essays and learn about your own aptitudes. Photography Spend your afternoons exploring the art … Continued
Category: General Information
No. Since this is not a summer school and there is no official affiliation with the university, students do not get university credit.
At Summer Springboard we believe learning should be inspiring and interactive. We have worked hard to design courses, field trips and guest lectures that reflect the resources of some of the nation’s top universities.
We offer two week summer sessions from June – August. Campuses can have up to 3 different sessions, students are able to choose the length of their program in two week increments with a maximum of 6 weeks.
Residential students enjoy three meals a day included in the tuition. Most meals will be located at the campus dining hall or cafeteria located conveniently near the dormitories.
We are proud to partner with some of the nation’s leading universities to offer students a rich taste of life on a major campus.
No. Summer Springboard is a nonpartisan educational organization. Summer Springboard programs are not run by our campus partners. Universities and their affiliated departments are not responsible for the Summer Springboard program in any way.
Inspired by our successful sister organizations, Global Leadership Adventures and Discover Corps, with over a decade of experience providing unique and compelling summer experiences for teens.
Request a printed brochure on our website or access our convenient Summer Springboard online catalog here: https://summerspringboard.com/#brochurerequest
Summer Springboard is different from other programs. We’ve found a fun and engaging way to give students a strong base foundation to reflect on who they are as an individual and combined it with an exciting academic curriculum where you can learn about and explore new subject areas.