Summer. It’s the season for discovery, exploration, and growth. Find out at Wellesley College how you can succeed and thrive in ways you have yet to imagine. One Wellesley Summer Programs offer small classes that are academically challenging and taught by full-time Wellesley faculty. Programs are available to visiting undergraduates, high-school students in good academic standing, and professionals. Discover what a difference one summer can make.
Undergraduate Summer Term, co-ed: Take full-credit classes drawn from a sampling of courses taught during the academic year by Wellesley College’s world-renowned faculty. Co-ed undergraduates, adult learners, and rising high school juniors and seniors can explore challenging topics and new areas of interest. Two sessions: June 3 – June 28 & July 8 – August 2.
Pre-college Immersive Program for Girls: Designed for exceptional young women entering grades 10-12, students will live and study on Wellesley College’s idyllic 500-acre campus for four (4) weeks, taking two courses and earning college credit. Meet motivated and intellectually curious young woman from around the globe and immerse yourself in the academic, social, and intellectual opportunities that cannot be found in any high school program. Runs July 7 – August 1.
Pre-College Exploratory Workshop for Girls: Get a taste of what college will be like. Wellesley’s one-week residential Pre-College Exploratory Workshops offer a first step into the college experience. Explore what it is like to live and study on a college campus while exploring a subject in STEM, Writing, Leadership, or Humanities. Two Sessions: July 27 – August 2 & August 4 – August 11. Stay for one or two weeks.
Contemporary Women’s Leadership Institute: Make the transition from the classroom to the working world in Wellesley College’s Undergraduate Contemporary Women’s Leadership Institute – a new, immersive approach to personal leadership and success that brings theory to practice. Take two (2) college credit earning courses and then apply your learnings through a hands-on experiential week with professionals in fields ranging from tech to politics to business. Runs June 30 – August 2.