Harvard offers an extensive Summer School program that includes opportunities for high school students, current Harvard undergraduates, and current undergraduates from any school.
There are more than 1,000 courses offered each summer, all of them full-credit college courses that will transfer to most other colleges and universities. Housing is available for Summer School students, and some financial aid is available.
Whether you are in high school and want to see what Harvard is really like or already in college and looking for the opportunity to take some additional classes, Harvard’s Summer School offerings might be perfect for you!
The Harvard Extension School offers numerous paths to both undergraduate and graduate degrees. The Extension School’s academic programs offer non-traditional students an avenue to receive a top-notch education at tuition rates that rank among the most affordable in the Greater Boston area.
Four Directions Summer Research Program (FDSRP) is a summer program run for Native American college students by Native American student members of the Native American Health Organization at Harvard Medical School. Their vision is straightforward: that a handful of talented individuals will gain with new skills, experiences, and knowledge that they can utilize to help themselves, their communities, and future generations of Native peoples form all four directions.
There are many programs and opportunities available to you that can help you in preparing for various paths in college and graduate school. In this section, you will find information on a number of opportunities outside of Harvard that can help you in a variety of areas: External Resources.
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HUNAP representatives spend a good portion of the year on the road attending conferences, offering informational sessions, and visiting schools and tribes across North America. Click here to download a copy of our 2011-2012 recruitment schedule.