Colleges Still Accepting Applications

Seniors, if your college search still does not feel complete, consider some of  the following schools who are still accepting applications:  CSUs: Bakersfield, Dominguez Hills, East Bay, CalMaritime, Humbolt; Colorado State, Oregon State, Washington State, Montana State, University of Nevada, Reno, and Colorado at Boulder. Remember to check each school web site for application deadlines as they do vary.

While the fall 2011 application period has concluded for most CSU campuses, some may continue to accept fall applications. Certain campuses also remain open for applicants for the winter and spring 2011 terms. Individual campus deadlines differ and it is best to review campus postings. For a full list of campuses still accepting applications please visit the CSUMentor Application Filing Status Report.  Choose “Undergraduate” for “Select a level” and choose “Fall 2011″ for” enrollment term and then press the Submit button. Then check out the “Status” column to see which CSU campus still listed as “Open“.

UC Davis Young Scholars Program

Do you want to do research this summer on a university campus? Join other high achieving high school junior and seniors doing original research in biology and natural sciences at UC Davis. Only 40 high achieving students currently enrolled as sophomores and juniors will be selected. You work one-on-one with research faculty and research groups in a laboratory for 6 weeks (June 19-July 30, 2011). Each student works on an individual project, prepare a journal quality paper and present at a symposium while living at the university.

For more information and application go to http://ysp.ucdavis.edu

Deadline March 31, 2011

 

UC Berkeley’s Academic Talent Development Program

Academic Talent Development Program at UC Berkeley from June 20 to July 29, 2011. This six week program offers challenging and stimulating classes designed for acceleration and enrichment, aimed toward students from grades 7 to 11, is now online at http://atdp.berkeley.edu.   Also, 5 week summer programs including a Documentary Filmmaking Workshop, the John F. Kennedy ’35 Institute in Government, a Theatre Arts Institute and a Writing Workshops will be added to this year’s Choate Summer Program. Students from middle school through high school may also select academic enrichment courses to intellectually reinvigorate them and prepare them to tackle another academic year. Stop by the Career Center or visit www.choate.edu/summerprograms for details!

Deadline Wednesday March 2, 2011