SPONSORED POST: Whether you are ready to advance along your academic path or you would like to explore a whole new path, there is no better time to start than this summer. Located at Wellesley College, Summer@Wellesley is still enrolling for the summer, offering classes and programs for high-school students, undergraduates, or adults/professionals. Discover what a difference one summer can make.
1) Undergraduate Summer Term runs June 26-July 21. Over the summer students have a unique opportunity to interact with some of Wellesley’s top scholars and professors in an intimate environment. The Summer Term features full-credit classes drawn from a sampling of courses taught during the academic year at Wellesley. Open to college students, college graduates, professionals and high school juniors and seniors.
2) Pre-College Residential Workshop runs July 24 – July 28. Designed for rising sophomore, junior and senior high school students these one-week workshops offer a taste of college life where students enjoy a balance of academic and social experiences. Students can choose one of three workshops: Writing Flash Fiction; Writing Poetry; The Mathematics of Metabolism, Diet, and Health (calculus based)
3) Pre-College Residential Program runs June 25 – July 21. This is a program for motivated female high school juniors and seniors seeking a unique, immersive college experience. For four weeks, students will have the opportunity to become members of the Wellesley community, taking courses with college students while earning full college credit. Students will also enjoy academic, social, and intellectual opportunities that cannot be found in a high school program.
4) Contemporary Women’s Leadership program runs June 25 – July 28. This unique five-week program provides an ideal opportunity for undergraduate women to supplement their educational journey with a liberal arts perspective on women’s leadership. Curriculum that is unique to Wellesley College and offers a small-group, immersive look at what it means to be a female leader today.