High School Summer Scholars

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Summer Scholars

New Jersey City University will be offering select high achieving students an opportunity to enroll in college-level courses for the summer session II term. Courses will run from July 8th- August 8th at NJCU. This program provides students with a head start for college at a reduced tuition rate and will expose them to a vibrant University environment.

ELIGIBILITY

This program is specifically for rising high school Juniors and Seniors. Students who wish to participate in this program should submit the following:

  • The NJCU High School Summer Scholars application.
  • A personal statement explaining your motivation for attending this program.
  • An official high school transcript reflecting all years of high school study.
  • Letter of recommendation from guidance counselor

Admission to the program will be based on a combination of high school grades, the quality of their written personal statement, and their recommendation letter(s).

COST

Students who are admitted to the program will be charged a reduced rate of tuition and fees. The cost of a 3-credit Summer ll course will be $598.58. This includes a 50% discount off of the standard tuition and fees rate.

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SUMMER II COURSES

Due to the intensive nature of a five-week summer session program, students are only eligible to enroll in one 3 credit course.

SUMMER II 2019 COURSES FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Subject

Catalog

Class NBR

Course Name

Location

Component

Days

Start

End

ART

131

9008

World Art II

MAIN

LEC

TR

1:00:00 PM

5:00:00 PM

CS

101

9027

Computer Science I

MAIN

LEC

MW

1:00:00 PM

5:00:00 PM

MEDI

130

9117

The History of Media

MAIN

LEC

TR

1:00:00 PM

5:00:00 PM

POLI

140

9137

American Politics

MAIN

LEC

TR

1:00:00 PM

5:00:00 PM

WGST

110

9185

Diversity and Difference

MAIN

LEC

MW

8:30:00 AM

12:30:00 PM

MGMT

221

9225

“Mind Your Own Business”

SCBUS

LEC

MW

1:00:00 PM

5:00:00 PM

 

ENROLLMENT PROCESS

When all of the necessary documents have been submitted, the applicant will be contacted by the Admissions Office to complete registration for the selected course. Admission to the program will be based on a combination of high school grades, the quality of their written personal statement, and their recommendation letter(s).

If you have any questions regarding the NJCU High School Summer Scholars Program please contact Ms. Dominique Smith, Program Coordinator at 201-200-2137 or Dsmith7@njcu.edu