Last Updated: Sep 14, 2020
Senior Program Associate, Marketing
Office of International and Summer Programs, Emory University
There are a number of ways to get financial aid and/or scholarships to help cover the cost of attending a pre-college program. For example, at Emory's Pre-College Program, we offer financial aid up to approximately half of the tuition cost. We recognize the need for scholarship funds for high school students interested in academic study during the summer. However, due to limited funds available, awards will be primarily based on need, and academic merit will be a secondary consideration. When applying for aid at any institution, your financial aid application will be reviewed and your academic record—including grade point average, test scores, and faculty/counselor recommendations—will be taken into consideration. Students should be aware that financial aid deadlines are often earlier than regular admission deadlines.
Director of College Counseling
Collegewise of Millburn
Many summer programs do offer tuition discounts and/or scholarships. The best way to find out whether or not it is possible for you to receive financial aid to attend a summer program is to find the program, check its website, then call the coordinator to ask about how the process works.
Start finding scholarships to put toward your summer program costs using our Scholarship Search tool.