Curious about college? Get a jump start at Drew!
Summer is a great chance for high school students to explore their interests and experience learning on a college campus. Drew University is pleased to present a number of ways that high school students can get involved and expand their horizons!
Early College Summer Program
The Early College Summer Program invites academically-talented high school students to take college courses at Drew and earn full college credit. This is a unique opportunity for high school students to take a college course with college students, experience a private liberal arts college campus, and earn college credits transferable to other institutions. Take advantage of Drew’s heavily discounted tuition for high school students taking on-campus undergraduate classes!
- Early College Program Information
- 2013 Undergraduate Course Descriptions and Schedules
- Early College Application Form
Wall Street Summer Program
Rising high school seniors and first-year college students are welcome to apply to the Wall St. Summer Program, which affords provides participants with a four week immersion in financial markets. Held in downtown Manhattan, this 8-credit, four week program brings together morning lectures that theoretical, historical and institutional in scope, with afternoon real-life experiences. After completing the program, students come away with a better awareness of credit channels, and investment goals and benchmarks, and have a set of analytical tools that will help them succeed personally and professionally in their financial futures.
- Wall Street Summer Program website
- Early College/Wall Street Summer Program Application Form (high school students must apply using this form, not the on-line form found on the Wall Street web page.)
Studio Art Portfolio Preparation
The Studio Art Portfolio Preparation Program offers a series of two-week intensive classes in drawing and painting, designed to help students interested in majoring in art in college to build a portfolio for college admission. These non-credit classes are also appropriate for students who enjoy the studio arts and want to expand their skills. Open to high school students only.
The dates for the 2013 classes are:
Painting: July 15 – 25
Drawing: July 29 – August 8