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Summer Programs at Spelman College

Summer Programs @ Spelman

Summer 2021 Applications Open February 1

Want to get a jump start on your college career and ensure you are properly prepared for a bright future?

Spelman Summer Programs ECP BioSpelman College's summer programs are back by popular demand and afford high school students an opportunity to spend several weeks on campus engaged in exciting, rigorous academic offerings. Each of the College's programs: the Art History and Curatorial Studies Program, Early College, and the College Preparatory Institute, are taught by accomplished faculty members and professional facilitators. As a program participant, you will have an immersive residential experience, gain a sense of independence, and create lasting relationships with peers from across the United States.

Incoming first-year college students majoring in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines can participate in the Women in STEM (WiSTEM) Summer Bridge Accelerator.

 

Art and Curatorial Summer Program at Spelman College
Art History & Curatorial Studies

Sponsorships available to young women and men accepted into the program.

 

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 Early College Summer Program 2019

 

2018 Summer Programs
 

Admission Policy

Spelman College, a Historically Black College whose missions is to serve high-achieving Black women, will consider for admission women students including students who consistently live and self-identify as women, regardless of their gender assignment at birth. Spelman does not admit male students, including students who self-identify and live consistently as men, regardless of gender assignment at birth. If a woman is admitted and transitions to male while a student at Spelman, the College will permit that student to continue to matriculate at and graduate from Spelman.

Application to a high school pre-college summer program is not an application for admission to the degree programs of Spelman College. No promises are made regarding admission to the first-year class. Parents/guardians must give their permission for students to participate in summer programs and activities.