Emory Summer College for High School Students
Note: International students must currently hold an F-1 visa to be eligible for Summer College.
Emory Summer College is a nonresidential program in which exceptional high school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year may enroll in Emory undergraduate courses and earn college credit.
Credit students are expected to commute (use their own mode of transportation) to campus daily. Out-of-state students will need to arrange accommodations locally with a friend or family member. Emory University does not provide any residential options.
Dates and Deadlines
Session 1: May 18-June 26, 2020 (deadline to apply is May 4th)
Session 2: June 29-August 7, 2020 (deadline to apply is June 16th)
- Must live or have living arrangements in metro Atlanta area
- Able to travel to and from campus each day for class
- Pay for own meals each day and dining options are available on campus.
- Access to Emory’s state of the art academic and recreational facilities, including Woodruff Library, Computing Center at Cox Hall, Woodruff PE Center (WoodPEC) and Student Activity & Academic Center (SAAC) at Clairmont Campus
- Students enroll in one course per session
- Attend more than one session
- Online courses
- Browse course catalogs: Session 1 or Session 2
Summer College students are welcome to attend College 101 sessions as their schedule permits. Presentations and student-led panels are designed to help high school students prepare for their college experience.
Below is a sample of what may be offered in 2020:
- Student’s Perspective Panel: Your Guide to the College Experience
- Library Adventure
- Choosing a Major
- Admissions - Finding the Right College Fit
Step 2: Browse Courses