Visit www.summercollege.syr.edu for a full listing of our programs.
Students also experience college life outside of classes. Residential students live in an SU residence hall with SU undergraduate student Resident Advisors. All students have access to SU recreation facilities, social and recreational events, and program field trips.
2, 3, & 6-Week Programs: June 28 - August 8, 2014
Students choose from over 50 courses and programs. Program options include 2, 3, & 6-week, credit and non-credit, for rising high school juniors and seniors. (Rising sophomores are considered for the 2-week programs.) Areas of study include Architecture, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Drama, Education, English and Textual Studies, Design, Forensic Science, French, History, Information Studies, Law, Management, Mathematics, Photography, Political Science, Psychology, Public Communications, Recording Studio, Religion, Sociology, Spanish, Sports Management, Studio Arts, and more.