Drew Summer School Classes Open to High School, College and Post-Grad Students
Online applications accepted for summer courses starting May 18 and June 29.
Registration is open for Drew University SummerTerm 2015, with courses ranging from calculus, chemistry and psychology to special interest classes on the history of New York City’s theatre scene and how to master blogging and social media.
Drew’s summer courses are open to Drew students, visiting college students, post-baccalaureate students and certain high school juniors and seniors. Students can lighten their fall course load, earn credits for graduation and take advantage of reduced tuition while attending courses at Drew’s forest campus, which is a 10-minute walk from the Madison, N.J., train station.
SummerTerm session one begins on May 18; session two classes begin on June 29.
Some special features of Drew’s SummerTerm:
- The Theatre Arts Summer Program takes students to Broadway, the epicenter of American theatre. Students are immersed in the shows, artists, history and future of Broadway and beyond. Open to both college and high school students.
- High school students can explore college by applying to Drew’s Early College Program. They study on campus alongside college students and earn credits that can be applied toward their undergraduate studies.
- High school students are invited to enroll in a special two-week noncredit Studio Art Portfolio Preparation Program in painting and drawing. Students work on their art portfolios in Drew’s sunlit studios.
The enrollment period is limited. To register for SummerTerm classes, visit Summer Term or contact Drew’s SummerTerm office at 973.408.3310 or email@example.com.