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Shawnee State University

SSU Summer Programs

Upward Bound

The program consists of four weeks of classes designed to help prepare Scioto County high school students for the upcoming year of high school.  The students additionally participate in enrichment and cultural activities that they may not have the opportunity to participate in outside of the program.  Students must be potential first generation college students and meet certain income guidelines to be eligible to be considered for the Upward Bound program.  Class date is June 19 through July 22. 
Program Cost: Free to eligible and selected participants.

Contact: rmccall@shawnee.edu
Phone: 740-351-3439

Deadline: 12/15/04

Upward Bound Math Science

The program is designed to give high school students from Appalachian Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia, a feel of what college life maybe like.  The program is designed for students who are specifically interested in a math or science career in the future.  Students take classes taught by college professors and participate in enrichment and cultural activities that they otherwise would not have the opportunity to do outside of the program.  Class date is June 19 through July 29. 
Program Cost: Free to eligible and selected participants.

Contact: rmccall@shawnee.edu
Phone: 740-351-3439

Deadline: 01/31/05

Shawnee District 14 Science Day

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This program serves students in four counties; Adams, Lawrence, Pike, and Scioto.  It is one of 16 district science days operating under The Ohio Academy of Science.  The one day event offers students grades 7 - 12 an opportunity to present outstanding science research projects on a district wide level and for the opportunity to go on to State Science Day where they will compete for top awards, including full and partial college scholarships. 
Program Cost: $15.00

Contact: jmeeker@shawnee.edu
Phone: 740.351.3411

Deadline: 02/28/05

Summer Honors Institute for Gifted Students

www.shawnee.edu/off/uos/index.html
The purpose of this program is to provide stimulating enrichment experiences that challenge gifted 9th and 10th grade high school students, affording them the opportunity to increase their abilities to think critically and analytically, to communicate effectively, and to grow intellectually, socially, and culturally.  Students are encouraged to explore programs that may assist them in determining their future educational and career goals, as well as offering personal enrichment.  SSU faculty members develop and teach the courses. 
Program Cost: Free to commuting students and $275 for residential students

Contact:
Phone: 740-351-3535

Deadline: 04/15/05

Summer College for High School Students

www.shawnee.edu/off/ous/index.html
This program is a unique opportunity for accomplished and motivated high school students to earn transferable college credit while learning from and enjoying the total collegiate experience at a reduced and very reasonable cost.  Summer College students enroll in up to 8 hours of actual college courses, reside in newly built, air-conditioned campus housing, receive moderate supervision from residential advisors, and participate in a variety of social and recreational activities.  Students may also take advantage of personal development workshops and guidance to promote future success including time management, study skills, budgeting, mentoring, career exploration, self-esteem, diversity, and more.  The cost is $695 for tuition, housing, meals, and some activities. 
Program Cost: $695

Contact:
Phone: 740-351-3535

Deadline: 04/08/05

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