Summer Session Pre-College Programs
Fordham University is pleased to offer a wide range of opportunities for high school students who want to challenge themselves and gain college experience this summer.
- The all-new Fordham Summer Leaders Academy is an immersive pre-college program that combines innovative academic courses with residential college experience and engaging co-curricular activities in the most exciting classroom of all, NYC. Programs last approximately one or two weeks and include credit and non-credit opportunities in STEM, the humanities, business, and visual and performing arts.
- Through the Summer Pre-College Program, July 2-August 6, 2024, rising high school seniors enroll alongside Fordham students in traditional five-week classes that meet three or four times a week on campus or online. Students can earn three or four credits in this commuter-only program.
- The Gabelli School of Business offers three commuter high school programs. In just a few days, you can get a firsthand idea of what it's like to study business in college. The programs will be offered via Zoom or on campus.
- Fordham's Real Estate Institute offers multiple online options in addition to the on campus Real Estate Development in NY, which is part of the Summer Leaders Academy!
Highlights of all programs include:
- Academic excellence: This summer you will be challenged and invited to take pride in your curiosity and diligence as you tackle new subjects.
- Flexibility: Our program offers a wide range of courses in various formats and fields, including STEM, humanities, social sciences, business, and the arts. Credit and non-credit options are available so that you can have exactly the kind of summer experience you want.
- Vibrant Campus Life: Access Fordham’s state-of-the-art facilities, libraries, and resources to enhance your academic experience.
- Community and Friendship: Forge friendships with peers who share your passion for learning and personal growth.
- College Preparation: Gain valuable insights and experience before you even apply to college.
- Personal Development: Informed by the Jesuit tradition of educating women and men for others, your instructors will help you will develop leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills that will serve you well in your future academic and professional endeavors.