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Dickinson College

Dickinson Summer Programs

Dickinson Summer Programs

www.dickinson.edu/summer
FIVE-WEEK PROGRAM: Rising high-school juniors and seniors have the chance to experience college—academically and socially—through Dickinson College’s Pre-College Summer Programs.  Students may earn college credit in a variety of courses and learn to balance hard work and play on a college campus.  Classes are taught by Dickinson faculty and adjuncts.  Students may choose from tracks in pre-law, pre-business, art, social science, communications or Spanish immersion, for which much of the time is spent at the University of Querétaro, Mexico.  They also may select two courses from among workshops and courses that range from astronomy to theatre, computer science to political science.  Students may enroll in an SAT Prep course, ESL course or improv program. 

THREE-WEEK PROGRAM: Our Research and Writing Program is ideal for students working on senior projects, home-school projects, teacher-guided research, IB extended essays and independent-study projects.  Goals include enhancing writing, argumentation and research skills that will be invaluable in the future.

ONE-WEEK PROGRAMS: Our Young Writers Workshop for students interested in poetry or fiction will help enrollees improve their writing skills.  Students will study with accomplished writers and will develop their own stories or poems in a workshop setting.  The Leadership Forum: Two specialized tracks will be offered in breakout sessions—The Citizens Leader Program and The Athletics Leadership Program.  These programs will teach you to become an effective leader in your school, community or the playing field.  Workshops will engage you academically, personally, physically and socially.


Program Cost: $900-6,000

Contact: summer@dickinson.edu
Phone: 717-254-8782

Deadline: 04/15/05

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