This 6-week academic program allows high school students to study, explore career interests and earn college credit. Read More!
Summer College offers a broad range of courses, which represent the various colleges and schools at Syracuse University.
Students move into the residence hall on Sunday, June 30. Classes formally start on Monday, July 1. The last day of classes is Friday, August 9.
All courses are college-level, credit-bearing courses. Students earn up to seven college credits. Programs and courses are offered in many areas of study and in two enrollment types: programs/courses that are exclusive to Summer College students and programs/courses that are open to both Summer College students and SU students. Students are enrolled in two courses, the exception being Architecture, due to the number of studio hours.
Summer College offers a 3-week non-credit session in Acting & Musical Theater that enables students to gain college level exposure to the theater arts, develop more confidence in preparation for their college auditions, and work toward an end-of-program exhibition of student work. Students work with University faculty and instructors, and have an intense schedule working at Syracuse Stage, home stage for the SU Department of Drama.
Summer College provides 2-week options that enable students to gain many of the benefits of the 6-week experience in a shorter format. All programs work with University faculty and instructors and have an intensive schedule in each area of study. Most programs are noncredit.
Syracuse University Summer Dance Intensive promises a unique and challenging dance experience that will help students grow technically, artistically, and personally. Participate in dance classes with renowned faculty and enjoy a comprehensive curriculum that includes exposure to live performances, history, and repertory. The mission of the Summer Intensive is to develop well-rounded dancers through exposure to a variety of disciplines, with emphasis on classical ballet technique.
Students can enroll in a 3-week program or a 2-week program as residential or commuter students.
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