Welcome to summer! We are converting our summer course catalog to reflect the new course format; updated course listings will be available the week of April 20.

Due to concern for the safety and well-being of our students and staff during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, all face-to-face instruction in the Summer School will be delivered remotely in Summer 2020. Summer School courses are scheduled over five separate sessions, and many are offered in flexible hybrid or online formats.

High School Summer Institutes Noncredit, residential programs for 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Topics include medicine, engineering, writing, leadership, philosophy, and environmental science High School Summer Academy Pre-Collegiate Summer Experiences. These two programs—Portfolio Plus (art) and Architecture Discovery Program—give students the opportunity to develop skills that are fundamental to the fields of architecture, art, and design while producing work in a real studio. 2020 Program Update: After careful and thoughtful discussion, and with the health and safety of our instructors, staff, and students in mind, we have made the decision to cancel all in-person pre-college programs for the 2020 summer.

As an Select from a range of stimulating introductory courses in humanities, math, sciences, and social sciences. Contact: Christina Zebrowski Phone: 314-935-4695 Email: clzebrow@wustl.edu Summer School Website. The course catalog has been updated to reflect this new format. Students can still experience WashU online this summer with our Early College Scholars Program. High School Summer Programs offer high school students the opportunity to experience WashU in the classroom and beyond. Please send any questions to summerschool@wustl.edu. Admitted students should visit the Pre-College Programs section of the Sam Fox School intranet for detailed information. The High School Summer Scholars Program gives current sophomores and juniors in high school an opportunity to enroll in undergraduate courses for credit. The format varies between classes how many hours are time-specific online meetings and how many hours are self-paced. Questions regarding the Summer School can be directed to Jenn Schmich, schmich@wustl.edu. Each class meets for 5 consecutive days for an average of 3 hours of content per day.

Engineering Summer School Information & Registration 2020 Because of the remaining uncertainty about the timeline of COVID-19 and likewise the uncertainty of when normal operations will return, we have decided to have all summer courses for McKelvey Engineering offered in an on-line format. Master of Science in Biology for Science Teachers This two-year program is designed to fit the schedules of working teachers. Our summer Pre-College Programs are geared specifically to high school students. If you have already registered, you will receive a refund or credit to your student account. LEARN MORE ABOUT EARLY COLLEGE SCHOLARS Due to concern for the safety and well-being of our students and staff during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, all face-to-face instruction in the Summer School will be delivered remotely in Summer 2020.

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Have an academic average of B+ (3.3/4.0) or better. Every summer, Washington University in St. Louis students learn and contribute to research by working closely with faculty or participating in other research projects at the university.

The Pre-Collegiate Summer Experiences at Washington University in St. Louis offer a variety of summer programs for academically …

To be eligible for Middle School Summer Challenge students should: Be a current sixth-, seventh-, or eighth-grade student during the 2019-2020 academic school year. Washington University fosters a mentoring environment in which students work alongside their professors on research projects. Summer Institute 2020 will be held online during the weeks of June 15 and June 22. Summer Housing To prioritize the health and safety of our guests and community, the university has decided to suspend all summer 2020 housing. After careful and thoughtful discussion, and with the health and safety of our instructors, staff, and students in mind, we have made the decision to cancel all in-person pre-college programs for the 2020 summer. The Architecture Discovery Program and Portfolio Plus Program are being offered remotely for summer 2020. About the Organizers: The Finance Theory Group was formed in 2009 to foster theoretical research in the areas of corporate finance, financial institutions, and financial markets.

Questions regarding the Summer School can be directed to Jenn Schmich, schmich@wustl.edu About the Organizers: The Finance Theory Group was formed in 2009 to foster theoretical research in the areas of corporate finance, financial institutions, and financial markets.