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Duke University

Duke Summer Programs

Duke University TIP Summer Studies Programs

Duke TIP Summer Studies Programs offer intensive, fast-paced courses for academically talented students.  Participants enroll in a single class during a three-week session and generally complete the equivalent of a year of high school or a semester of college-level work.  Classes meet Monday through Friday, and three hours on Saturday. 

Instructors include members of university faculties, outstanding teachers, experienced professionals, and advanced graduate students.  Each class also has a teaching assistant who is an undergraduate or graduate student with demonstrated proficiency in the subject. 

Students may attend either the Center for Summer Studies or the Academy for Summer Studies.  Summer sites include Duke University, Duke University Marine Lab, the University of Kansas, Davidson College and Appalachian State University.

Please visit our Web site, for more information.


Eligibility is based on scores attained on the SAT or ACT.  A list of score requirements appears in the Duke TIP 2005 Bulletin, available on our Web site.


Visit the Duke TIP Web site for information regarding the cost.

Application Deadline:

April 2005

Financial Aid:

Need-based financial aid is available. 


Coordinator of Admissions

Duke University Talent Identification Program

Box 90747

Durham, NC 27708-0747

Phone: (919) 668-9100

Fax: (919) 681-7921


Web site:

Program Cost: Varies by site. Please visit our Web site for more information.

Phone: 919-668-9100

Deadline: 09/26/09

Duke University

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