BU’s Summer STEM Programs for Middle- and High-School Students: Open for Registration Now

Boston University hosts many STEM-related summer programs for middle- and high-school students.  Some have registration open now and processed on a rolling basis, while others have registration open now with a deadline.  Here are the ones open now:

Registration is open now, with decisions on a rolling basis, for these:

  • Academic Immersion:  Residential program for rising high-school juniors and seniors focusing this year on Introduction to Experimental Psychology (July 5-24) and Introduction to Medicine (July 26-August 14)
  • Summer Challenge:  Two-week residential program for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to learn about college life and participate in two of 20 seminars (STEM choices include Chemistry of Medicine, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Abnormal Psychology, Anatomy and Physiology, Infectious Diseases).  Three sessions (June 21-July 2July 12-24July 26-August 7)
  • Summer Institute for the Gifted:  Day program for academically gifted/talented children ages 5-12 to pursue a range of coursesJuly 6-24
  • Summer Preview:  A one-week residential or commuter program for rising freshmen and sophomores to learn about college life and participate in seminars (including Discovering Biology), July 26-31)
  • SummerLab Biotechnology Program:  Residential or commuter program for students entering Grades 10-12 or rising college freshmen. Students may apply for up to two one-week sessions:  DNA, Genes, and Drug Production (July 6-10 and July 20-24), Clinical Connections (July 13-17  and July 27-31)

Registration is open now, with an application deadline of March 15, for:

  • PROMYS:  Intensive study in mathematics for highly motivated students 15 years or older entering Grades 9-12, July 5-August 15.