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Skidmore (NY) Summer Pre-College for High School Scholars

Skidmore Summer Pre-College Program

Prepare for college success!

At Skidmore, students can try college on before taking college on
by enrolling in our Summer Pre-College Program
July 3 – August 6

 Earn college credit in a wide range of courses,
from Earth Systems Science to American Studies: The Wizard of Oz
to Drawing Workshop

Make friends from around the world

Experience what college is really like

Apply Now


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Skidmore College


Skidmore College · 815 North Broadway · Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Main Phone Number: 518-580-5000

Opportunities at Rowan University (NJ)

Rowan University

Rowan University The Office of Admissions is eager to share all of the exciting change and opportunity happening at Rowan University! Last fall, we received a record number of applications and welcomed the largest, most diverse freshman class in school history. Our focus this year has been to provide both accessible and affordable education to our students. We’ve formed partnerships with two local community colleges – Rowan College at Gloucester County and Rowan College at Burlington County. These partnerships will give students cost saving options and provide enhanced transfer opportunities. In addition, Rowan University added a test-optional admissions policy last year, and a three-year, year-round degree pathway for students beginning in fall 2016. We hope that you will consider Rowan University as an excellent choice for students!

Albert L. Betts, Ed.D.

Director of Admissions
Rowan University

Academic Excellence

Education at Rowan is all about personalized attention and real hands-on experience. At Rowan, we understand real learning is more than taking great classes and involves growth in leadership, independence and self-knowledge. Rowan offers 90 academic programs that combine course work, internship activities, service projects and research experience that will give students the preparation they need to succeed.

Rowan University

Campus Life

At Rowan, we recognize there is more to the college experience than studying. Our beautiful 200 acre main campus offers more than 100 student clubs and organizations that offer plenty of chances to get involved. Students can become part of Rowan’s campus community by living in our eight residence halls or five apartment communities, including our new housing facility, Holly Pointe Commons, coming fall 2016. In addition to life on campus, Rowan is only a short trip away from many cultural and recreational experiences in Philadelphia, New York City, and Atlantic City.

Rowan University

Rowan is the Future of Higher Education

Students can earn their degree from a school with a rising reputation. Rowan University has moved up to #19 in U.S. News rankings and continues to innovate in the world of higher education.  The university continues to grow as a $117 million dollar grant has paved the way for the expansion of both our Colleges of Business and Engineering. Our two medical schools, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University and the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine, make Rowan one of only two schools in the country to offer both M.D. and D.O. degree granting programs. Rowan University has reached a new level of excellence and recognition and is the future of higher education.

For more information, please contact us at Rowan University is hosting two open house events this spring (March 6th and April 3rd) plus many campus tour opportunities, or you can check out our online virtual tour. We hope to see you on campus soon!

Go Profs!
Rowan University

2016 Spring Events at Bryn Mawr College


Bryn Mawr College Office of Undergraduate Admissions

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Greetings from Bryn Mawr!

We look forward to welcoming prospective students to campus for various events this spring. Below are details on this year’s events. We hope that students will join us and learn more!

  • Spring Open HouseMonday, February 15th from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM. This is a great opportunity for families to meet members of the Bryn Mawr community, while also receiving detailed information about the program and the admissions process.
  • Bryn Mawr in Focus – This welcome event for admitted students will be offered on Thursday, April 14th and Monday, April 18th. For more information and registration, please click here.
  • Bryn Mawr by Design – This option allows our admitted students to design their own visit to campus throughout the month of April. Registration details are included on the Welcome Website for admitted students.


Please note that our Spring Open House is not designed for group visits from schools. For more information on group visits please email Amanda Barwise directly at


Jennifer Keegan
Senior Assistant Director of Admissions

Rensselaer (NY) offers B.S. Programs in Communication & Media

The Department of Communication and Media offers five B.S. programs for Rensselaer students.
B.S. in EMAC (Electronic Media, Arts, and Communication)
This program provides a unique interdisciplinary curriculum that combines communication and arts with concentrations in Multisensory Data and Design, Digital Storytelling, Graphic Design, Interaction Design, Marketing Communication and Design, and Sound Design and Popular Culture. This program encourages students to be creative problem solvers, critical thinkers, and entrepreneurs who will use media technologies in innovative ways in industry, art, and education, giving them a flexible advantage in today’s challenging economy.
B.S. in Communication
This program provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of communication in today’s information society.  It provides both a theoretical foundation in basic communication principles and a hands-on education in applying those principles to communicating in a world driven by technology and new media. This program offers students optional tracks of study: media and culture, human-computer interaction, professional writing and presentation, literature and expression, and design studio. These tracks provide coherent sets of courses to give students breadth and depth within a subject area.

B.S. in Communication with a Concentration in Graphic Design
This program provides a curriculum for undergraduate students who seek professional careers in the authorship and design of information for communication purposes. It provides a focused study in communication design for print and digital media and prepares students for a 21st century professional career developing and designing communication experiences for the good of society.

B.S. in Information Technology and Web Science (ITWS) with a Concentration in Communication
This interdisciplinary program is offered in cooperation with the School of Science. Students learn about the physical science underlying the Web and the social science of its impact. They also learn the skills involved in running large-scale information systems and developing Web applications. Students take a core set of courses in Web and IT development, along with courses in management and communication.

This interdisciplinary program allows students to choose specific concentrations, such as art, programming, writing, human-computer interaction, management, and cognitive science to prepare them for careers in all sectors of the video game industry. From commercial blockbusters to independent games, serious and experimental games, and games as art, our graduates are excelling in the industry.
Students may enhance their education by adding a minor, dual major, study abroad, internship, or even a co-terminal graduate program.

Freshman and transfer applicants to the B.S. in EMAC and the B.S. in GSAS require a portfolio review as part of the admissions process.
​For additional information, contact Miles Kimball at

North Carolina State University releases first-round decisions

February is here and our first round of admission decisions were released on Friday, January 29 to students who applied by our first deadline, October 15. They are able to view their decision by logging into their wolfPAW account.

Below you will find information to use as a resource in helping your students understand their admissions decision. If you have further questions or concerns, feel free to email our office at or call us at (919) 515-2434.

Information Regarding Admitted Students

Advice for Deferred and Denied Students

Upcoming Events

NC State University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Campus Box 7103 · 203 Peele Hall · Raleigh, NC 27695

Sewanee Environmental Institute’s Pre-College Field Studies Experience

Greetings from the University of the South!

 Students can pursue environmental studies while exploring the Domain of the University of the South—13,000 acres of forests, lakes, caves, and rock outcrops—at the Sewanee Environmental Institute’s Pre-College Field Studies Experience (“SEI” for short) from June 26 to July 9, 2016.

SEI is designed for students who are:

  • Passionate about the outdoors
  • Interested in advancing their knowledge and skills in the study of the environment
  • Rising high school juniors and seniors with a history of academic excellence

Learn complete details about the program.

Download a printable flyer to share this information with others.

Please contact me if you have further questions, especially if you would like to discuss financial aid.

Laura Buckner
Coordinator of Pre-Collegiate Programs

Landmark College (VT): The College of Choice for Students Who Learn Differently

Landmark Open House
The college search and selection process can be overwhelming. However, the challenges
are far greater for students who learn differently.

Our Open House on SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 2016, will provide families of students
with language-based learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD a firsthand look at Landmark
College’s innovative approach to helping students achieve a personal understanding of their strengths and learning challenges.

Some of the highlights of this event are:

Presentations on how Landmark integrates innovative learning strategies and skills into every course
Introduction to our Associate degree and Bachelor’s degree programs, including our B.S. in Computer Science and B.A. in Studio Art
Student panel on life and learning as a Landmark College student
Presentations on Financial Aid; Transfer, Career & Internship Services; and Summer Programs

This announcement is for families interested in finding out why Landmark College is the college of choice for students who learn differently!

Register Online Today

Questions? Please contact us at 802-387-6718 or email

James Vander Hooven
Vice President for Enrollment Management

Landmark College | 19 River Road South | Putney, VT 05346 |

Gettysburg College: 2016 Academic Summer Camps for High School Students

High School Students, Welcome Back to School!!


Gettysburg College is excited to offer several opportunities for high school juniors and sophomores to attend academic camps over the summer months. Subjects include psychology, American government, creative writing, or information technology. Please find information about our academic camps below:

  • Camp Psych – Campers will get hands-on experiences that introduce them to research in psychology during this fun, challenging, and engaging introduction to the field.
  • Government Leadership Camp – This program is designed for students who have a passion for understanding American government to engage in small discussions, attend college-level lectures, and participate in debates, simulations, and field trips.
  • Writing Camp – Students gain an in-depth introduction to all four genres of creative writing: fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and writing for stage and screen.
  • 3D Object Modeling and Printing Camp -Students will study 3D object modeling and printing starting with the basics of a 3D printer. After learning the fundamentals, they will practice designing objects.

Best wishes,

Gail Sweezey
Director of Admissions

Eckerd College (FL): Summer Writer’s Workshop for High School Students


The nationally renowned Eckerd College Writers’ Conference: Writers in Paradise, now celebrating its 12th year, is expanding to include a residential workshop for teenagers.

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It is Eckerd’s latest effort to serve rising juniors and seniors, which also includes a program in the humanities.

The Young Writers in Paradise Workshop will debut in June with a six-day, five-night program designed to give rising high school juniors and seniors the chance to explore and develop their talents in poetry and prose.

Students will hone their writing skills by attending lectures, panels and discussions led by Eckerd College creative writing faculty.  They will also participate in daily critique sessions and activities led by creative writing students.

The residential workshop, limited to 30 participants, will take place on the waterfront campus of Eckerd College in St. Petersburg. Participants will stay in college dorm rooms, eat at the campus cafeteria and relax at the Eckerd recreational facilities.

Each morning, students will participate in talks covering such topics as poetry forms and narrative techniques. Students will spend the afternoons in small groups to write, read and critique their work in the genre of their choice. In the evenings, students will enhance their relationship with writing through fun activities, all culminating in a collaborative showcase of student work.

The workshop will be June 12-17, 2016. The deadline to apply is May 1. The cost is $600, which includes participation in all sessions, on-campus and off-campus activities, meals, lodging and use of Eckerd recreational facilities. Scholarships are available. For more information contact coordinator Christina Lutz at or (727) 864-7994. Read more and register.

Founded by best-selling author and Eckerd College graduate Dennis Lehane and Sterling Watson, who taught creative writing at Eckerd for 35 years, the conference helps talented writers from across the country better their craft.

Meanwhile, Eckerd will also offer a one-week residential program in the humanities for rising high school juniors and seniors. Funded by a grant from the Florida Humanities Council, “Fluid Futures: Imagining Water in the 21st Century” will challenge students to think broadly about how water has been understood across cultures, histories and the arts. It is the third year in a row that Eckerd and the Humanities Council have partnered on summer residential programs for high school students.

For more information, email Cheryl Gold at or call her (727) 864-8058.  Read more and register.