Thank you to all the High School Summer Scholars for a great 2013 program. Please check back in mid-November for Summer 2014 program information or sign up now for an email reminder.
The High School Summer Scholar Program is designed to challenge and reward you personally and academically as you prepare to experience college life.
Enroll in a university course, typically 4-units in credit, from over 60 offerings in 20 subject areas. Experience the rigor of college course work in preparation for the next step in your educational journey: attending college.
Students may elect to enroll in a special Study of Law track. For more details on this track view our Study of Law information.
Benefit from academic instruction and support from UCI faculty and staff.
Receive 2 to 4 units of UCI course credit.
Strengthen your academic skills and prove to yourself (and to future universities) that you can excel at one of the best universities in the West.
Pursue an academic area that interests you.
Explore the UCI campus and its many resources with the assistance of our Summer Session staff.
Meet current UCI undergraduate students and fellow high school students.
Students who complete the program and meet the requirements for participation will receive a Certificate of Completion. Show colleges and universities that you have what it takes!
To receive your UC Irvine High School Summer Scholar Certificate of Completion, you must:
Attend the Program Orientation on Friday, June 21st.
Enroll in and successfully complete your academic course(s).
I learned so much through the program. I loved the discussions during class, the conversations with my professor...I had fun while I learned a lot.Terra O.
2012 Summer Scholar
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Visit and explore UC Irvine virtually! This tour highlights the campus, academic programs, and student life. Stops at academic schools, residential facilities, recreation facilities, and student support services will give you an idea of what a typical day on campus looks like.
UCI Summer Session
University of California, Irvine
P.O. Box 6050, Irvine, CA 92616-6050