Who is eligible for the Summer in the City Program?
This program is designed for undergraduates. All registrants must have completed at least their first year of college, and they must be eligible to work in the United States. There is a suggested grade point average of 3.0.
How to Apply
The deadline for guaranteed housing is March 30. Applications received between April 1 and May 1 will be considered, but housing is not guaranteed.
If you have any questions, please call us at 718-817-4665.
Once your application has been received, you will be contacted in 2-3 weeks to set up a telephone or face-to-face interview with a representative from the Office of Career Planning and Placement. Your career goals and resume will be discussed, and you will establish a follow-up schedule for revising your materials and applying for internships. Please understand that your acceptance and continued enrollment is contingent upon your working with Career Services to secure a placement in a timely fashion.
When you are accepted, you will be enrolled in the required four-credit Internship Seminar.
- January 15: "Early Bird" application due.
- February 15: Program application deadline.
- May 15: Balance of tuition due.
- May 30: Move-in!
Cancelations of housing must be made in writing to email@example.com by May 15. Students who cancel housing after this date will be subject to full housing charges. Withdrawals from the Internship Seminar can be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to withdraw with a full refund, minus the non-refundable $300 application deposit, is May 26. Thereafter, the refund schedule articulated on the Withdrawals and Refunds page will be followed.
Because of the speakers, class exercises, and Highlands Ability Battery Test, I was able to get a hold of how I best handle situations, my strengths and weaknesses, and how to analyze other people's talents.
Jennifer, Seton Hall University. Internship: Manhattan Magazine