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The University of Mississippi

OLEMISS/UMiss Summer Programs

University of Mississippi Summer College for High Schools

www.outreach.olemiss.edu/Summer_High_School/high_school_04/
The University of Mississippi offers Summer College for High Schools students both first and second summer sessions.  It includes programs in various academic areas including Liberal Arts, Engineering, Health Professions, Business Administration, Exercise Science, Journalism, Theatre Arts and Creative Writing.  The goal for the entire Summer College is to prepare the student to succeed in college while broadening their intellectual and cultural foundation through in-depth study in selected fields of interest.  Each student takes two courses in areas of his or her own choice, earning 6 hours of college credit.  All Summer College students will earn an additional hour of college credit by enrolling in EL 153: Sports Conditioning.  This course will be taught by Exercise Science faculty and will allow a student to explore different recreational activities while helping students prepare their own fitness development program.  Exploring sessions are scheduled every day for the students to investigate many other areas.  Individual appointments can be arranged so students may meet one on one with particular professors and professionals.  Any student who has a minimum of 25 on the ACT or the SAT equivalent and a 3.5 on 10 credits of the College Prep Curriculum OR a 3.2 on 15 credits of the College Prep Curriculum is eligible.  In addition to the above requirements, a nomination by the principal and a teacher recommendation are required.  Each program may admit up to 25 students. 
Program Cost: Subject to change from year to year. Based on cost of tuition, housing and meals. Scholarships and financial aid are available

Contact: sthigpen@olemiss.edu
Phone: 662-915-1203

Deadline:

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