HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Explore the realities of college life! Live on Washington University’s campus and enroll in two undergraduate courses and earn college credit through our High School Summer Scholars Program.
You may choose to attend one of the following sessions:
Session A: June 9-July 13, 2013
Session B: July 14-August 16, 2013
To view available courses for Summer 2013, click here.
To be eligible for the program you should:
- Be a current high school sophomore, junior, or senior.
- Have an academic average of B+ or better.
- Have at least ONE of the following:
-a combined SAT score of at least 1800
-combined PSAT of 180
-an ACT or PLAN composite score of at least 25
- If an international applicant, have an internet based TOEFL score of at least 90, or an IELTS score of at least 7.
Fee for 2013
The fee for the High School Summer Scholars Program, per session, is: $6985*.
Partial scholarship assistance is available based on financial need.
Program Fee covers:
- Tuition and lab fees for two undergraduate college courses.
- Housing in a secure, air-conditioned campus residence hall.
- Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
- Access to student health services.
- Specialized seminars to develop academic skills.
- Use of all library facilities.
- Use of the Athletic Complex facilities.
- Most social activities.
- Transportation pass for St. Louis bus and light rail system.
*Textbooks, travel, and personal expenses are not included.
To download and print 2013 application materials, see Applications.
Application information and recommendation forms from teachers and counselors are considered as carefully as the academic record. It is important to note that acceptance into the High School Summer Scholars Program does not guarantee acceptance into the university.
Important Dates & Deadlines
To view important dates and deadlines for the 2013 institutes, see Calendar.
For local St. Louis students only: Take undergraduate courses this summer while commuting from home. For more information on this option, see High School College Access.