SummerTerm

Declare
your
Summer.

Lighten your fall course load.

Explore the workings of Wall Street.

Get 4 or 8 credits closer to graduation.

Immerse yourself in the NYC theater scene.

Take advantage of reduced tuition.

Note: Information on SummerTerm 2017 offerings will be available in January 2017.

The following information applied to the 2016 offerings:

Tuition

$680 per credit (unless otherwise noted)
$2,720 per 4-credit course
$5,440 per 8-credit course

Fees

Application Fee: $25
Transcript Fee: $25
Parking Fee: $50

Courses

To search summer courses, click “Complete CLA Listing” on the class schedule search page.

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For College Students

ON CAMPUS

Get a few credits completed while enjoying our beautiful, wooded campus in Madison, N.J. Choose from an extensive list of courses, including astronomy, business ethics and climate change.

IN NEW YORK CITY

On Broadway
Students see today’s Broadway and off-Broadway shows, meet the artists that bring these works to life and take in theatre history through historic tours and museum visits.

On Wall Street
This three-week immersion program into the world of global finance includes courses in financial markets and meetings with Wall Street pros at places like the New York Stock Exchange.

For High School Students

College Courses on Campus

High school juniors & seniors can choose from courses including ceramic sculpture, climate change & neuroscience. They’ll study alongside college students while earning credits on our beautiful, wooded campus in Madison, N.J.

New York City Programs

High school juniors and seniors are are eligible to apply to our Wall Street and Theatre Arts summer programs in New York City.

Studio Art Portfolio Preparation

Intensive, non-credit classes in drawing, mixed media and painting for sophomores, juniors and seniors help aspiring artists develop portfolios in preparation for college applications.

Creative Writing Workshops

Intensive creative writing workshops designed for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Students will explore and create poetry and/or fiction through this non-credit program.

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