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Discover What Summer Can Be

Tulane University understands that the world is facing some big challenges. To inspire the next generation to think, learn, act, and lead, we are offering students an opportunity to participate in Tulane Pre-College programs this summer.

Tulane Pre-College offers middle and high school students the opportunity to explore their artistic, intellectual, and professional passions while experiencing college life. With both credit and enrichment options, our two-week and three-week online course sessions provide students with an introduction to Tulane University, where young minds can explore academic disciplines, build their resumes, and imagine making an impact.

Our application for Summer 2022 is now open!

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Tulane Pre-College at a Glance

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Online Experience

Looking to learn online this year? Our online courses connect you with the experience and expertise of a leading accredited institution virtually.

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College Credit Courses

College credit courses are selective and for rising 11th and 12th grade students seeking a challenging academic experience.

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Enrichment Courses

Enrichment courses allow rising 6th through 12th grade students expand their academic horizons and explore academic subjects without the pressure of exams and grades.

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Find the Program that’s Right For You

Our diverse academic programs fit a wide variety of student needs. Whether you're in middle school or high school, interested in social justice or neuroscience, we have a program for you.

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Featured Courses in 2022

Pandemics Past and Present

Dig into archival materials to reveal how systemic inequities make some communities more vulnerable to disease and economic hardships. Students will be able to contextualize the current coronavirus crisis by examining how the bubonic plague, yellow fever, influenza, AIDS, SARS also destabilized society.

Electrical Engineering - Powering Energy Grids of the Future

Investigate the role that engineers play in designing power grids. Students will collaboratively craft solutions to improve our currently outdated and inefficient infrastructure for a more sustainable future.

Women’s Advocacy

Explore persuasive communications techniques to effectively defend and advance social issues focusing on gender, politics, and advocacy work. Students will practice compelling public speaking and strategic social media practices to affect change.

 

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