Duke University Talent Identification Program—Summer Studies Programs



Conducted on several college campuses, the Duke TIP Summer Studies Programs allow advanced students to intensively study a single subject. While previewing college life, boys and girls attend class for seven hours per day from Monday through Friday, then another three hours each Saturday morning. A residential staff supervises students during meals, recreational periods and free time. See other TIP listings under Boone, NC; Durham, NC; College Station, TX; and Davidson, NC.

General Info

Name Duke University Talent Identification Program—Summer Studies Programs
Location Lawrence, KS
Year-round Contacts 919-668-9100
Program Focuses & Features Architecture, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Engineering, Expository Writing, Filmmaking, Medicine/Healthcare, Writing/Journalism
Grade Range (rising grades) 8-10
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 12-16
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Brian Cooper, Director
Residential Fee $3675-3925, 3 weeks.
Year Established 1980
Dates & Sessions June-Aug; 2 sessions, 3 weeks long


Brian Cooper, Director