Rising high school juniors and seniors may participate in precollege programming at CMU. Advanced Placement/Early Action (APEA) allows students to take two regular freshman-level courses for credit from offerings in math, science, engineering, humanities and social sciences. A series of noncredit fine arts programs in architecture, art, design, drama and music features instruction from faculty in Carnegie Mellon's graduate and undergraduate schools.
|Name||Carnegie Mellon University Pre-College Programs|
|Program Focuses & Features||Architecture, Basketball, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Drama, Drawing, Economics, Engineering, History, Math, Music, Painting, Russian, Science, Sculpture, Studio Art, Swimming, Tennis, Weight Training|
|Grade Range (rising grades)||10-PG|
|Age Range||Residential — Coed Ages 16-18; Day — Coed 15-18|
|Residential Fee||$6475-7700 (+$175-300), 6 weeks. College credit.|
|Day Fee||$4800-5700 (+$175-300), 6 weeks. College credit.|
|Dates & Sessions||June-Aug; 1 session, 6 weeks long|