FREE Summer Science & Technology Academy

Rowan University announcement

“This summer, Rowan University will be hosting the 2nd Annual Aim High Science & Technology Summer Academy. Through this program, rising high school seniors will be able to engage in college readiness, leadership, technology, and science activities while residing at our Glassboro campus for four weeks (July 8- August 3rd). This program is of no expense to the student or their family, in fact, at the conclusion of the program, participants will receive three college credits (that can be transferred to any university) and an application fee waiver should they decide to apply to Rowan University. Transportation may also be provided.

Ultimately, though our summer program concludes August 3rd, it is our goal to assist Academy participants throughout their senior year in high school and through enrollment to any college or university.

We are very interested in any rising seniors who qualify for free or reduced lunch, (and/or) would be first generation college students, and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0. If you have any students who you feel might meet these guidelines, please let us know so that we can further discuss our program with you. We are willing to either come and speak with the students, or just provide you with the applications (hard copies). Early decision deadline will be March 20th, 2012 for Early Action/ Decision and April 2, 2012 for final consideration. If you have students who may fall below the GPA minimum, however you feel will also be successful, please have them fill out an application for consideration as well.




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