Brown University Summer Programs
Explore the Academic Possibilities
Academics are at the core of the Brown Pre-College experience, with more than 250 courses to choose from, in a variety of formats and course lengths – everything from the cutting edge of arts and science to career-oriented courses offered in one- to seven-week sessions.
Our most popular offering - Students in grades 9-12 explore subjects in a non-credit environment. Experience college life, and advance your studies without the pressure of grades. Course lengths from one to four weeks.
Rising or graduated high school seniors earn college credit in seven-week courses, studying side-by-side with Brown undergraduates.
A week-long science and culture program for high-school students on Hawaii's Big Island
Beginning in January 2010 Brown offers two new online courses for high school students.
Leadership Development for High School Students
Learn leadership skills in the context of environmental issues, trade, health, security, human rights, conflict and diversity.
English Language and Academics for University-bound Students
Designed for high-achieving, university-bound students who do not speak English as their native language and are interested in attending a competitive university such as Brown.
Immersive Theatre Study for High School Students
A highly selective six-week program provides promising young actors a unique opportunity to stretch their imaginations and skills as they create new work in a company under the mentorship of established theatre professionals.
You’re a Great student, and a Great Athlete
If you are interested in sports and wish to attend a selective and academically challenging college or university, you may be right for the Brown Summer Scholar-Athlete program.
Identifying Talent, Opening Doors
A program for 7th and 8th grade students who show a passion for science. SPARK courses are designed to expose the intellectual concepts of familiar topics that are part of the student’s world. The result is an experience that’s fun, engaging, and interesting.
- Country: United States