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SummerTerm

Get ahead this


Check off a General Education requirement

Lighten your
fall course load

Get 4 or 8 credits closer to graduation

Take advantage of reduced tuition

On-campus Courses

Fulfill a science requirement, discover your creative side, explore human nature.

Session I

May 18 – June 25
No classes May 25

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Session II

June 29 – August 6
No classes July 3rd

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Tuition

$660 per credit (unless otherwise noted)
$2,640 per 4-credit course

Registration begins: March 16, 2015

Drew’s one-of-a-kind programs in New York City

Wall Street Summer Program
Spend three weeks visiting institutions that drive the economy, including the New York Stock Exchange, and learning from those who work in financial markets.

Please Note: Session I of the Wall Street Summer Program is currently closed. Students interested in attending session I should submit their application so that their names can be placed on the waitlist in the event a space opens up.

New York Summer Program in the Theatre Arts: Broadway and Beyond
Let Drew take you to the epicenter of American theatre. You’ll be immersed in the shows, artists, history and future of Broadway and beyond.

Special Programs For High School Students

Early College Summer Program
Are you ready to take on college-level material? Academically talented high school juniors and seniors share the classroom with undergraduate students in our Early College program. Study psychology, politics or biology – to name just a few of the courses available – and earn transferable college credits.

Session I

May 18 – June 25
No classes May 25

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Session II

June 29 – August 6
No classes July 3rd

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Studio Art Portfolio Preparation Program
Sophmores, juniors and seniors can take a two-week intensive class helps aspiring artists develop portfolios in preparation for college applications.

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

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