With your new friends, you'll attend Earlham events and other activities, such as movies, off-campus trips, and informal study breaks, to give you a sense of college social life.
Choosing from one of the 11 courses offered, you will experience a college-level course, developing skills that will better prepare you for college work. All while earning two semester hours of transferable college credit.
Just as with college, you must apply to attend the Explore-A-College Program. The deadline is May 23, 2014. Space in the program is limited, so we urge you to get started today.
You have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a college-like experience with 70-80 students from across the U.S. and world before you graduate from high school.
It's rewarding. It's fun. But it's not camp.
By attending the Explore-A-College Program June 22 - July 5, 2014, you will develop college-level discussion, research, and time management skills that will better prepare you for college work. You are taught by an Earlham professor in one of eleven courses of your choosing. You have homework to complete, papers to write, tests to take, projects to do, and presentations to give.
Upon successful completion of the two-week course, you earn two semester hours of transferable college credit.
You will also experience the social aspects of college life, attending events and excursions, living in a dorm with a roommate and meeting people from many different backgrounds and cultures.