Pre- College Program | Penn Summer. June 2. 8 - August 6, 2. The Pre- College Program is designed for academically curious students interested in the intellectual challenge and residential freedom of a true undergraduate experience.
Pre- College students reside in campus dorms, enroll in summer courses alongside Penn undergraduates, and receive college credit for coursework completed. Our program offers more than thirty undergraduate courses in exciting disciplines taught by Penn faculty, staff, and visiting scholars. Academic advising, access to university learning resources, and college admission workshops are also provided.
How to Apply. The Academic Experience. College Credit Courses. Once accepted into the Pre- College Program, students work in consultation with a Penn academic advisor to select one of three challenging curricula: 1.
CU: One college- credit course and one non- credit course 1. CU: Biology 1. 01 with lab 2. CU: Two college- credit courses For complete course descriptions see the Pre- College Course guide. Students earn one course unit (1 CU, or the equivalent of 4 college credit hours) for each course taken. Biology 1. 01 counts as 1.
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CUs due to the rigorous laboratory component. Summer courses are typically smaller in size and taught by Penn faculty, staff, and visiting scholars.
Most classes meet 2 to 5 times weekly, Monday through Friday, and assign homework, research papers, midterms, and/or finals. Textbooks and additional course materials may be required for class. Registration in a desired course is not guaranteed and many courses fill; early application is strongly advised. Non- credit courses. Students enrolled in one college credit course must also enroll in a non- credit enrichment course designed to complement and enhance undergraduate study.
Courses may include public speaking, critical reading and academic writing, online research techniques, digital photography, community leadership, and SAT/ACT preparation. These courses are taught by learning specialists with extensive experience preparing students for Ivy League coursework. Students enrolled in two college courses are considered fully subscribed to academic work and will not be enrolled in a non- credit course.) Enrichment courses typically meet four times weekly, Monday through Thursday. Grades and Evaluations. Students are evaluated by the same academic standards and procedures as undergraduate students. Completed college credit courses result in an official college grade.
Upon completion of the program Pre- College students may request official transcripts from Penn’s Registrar (fee based). Non- credit courses are not subject to credit or grading; nonetheless, regular attendance and work is expected. The Residential Experience. The Pre- College Program offers a complete residential experience. Housing. Students live together in one of Penn’s undergraduate dormitories.
Historic, fully- air- conditioned dorm features study and social lounges, laundry facilities, vending machines, and hi- speed internet access. Single, double, and triple occupancy rooms typically available.
Dining. Meal plan included. Three meals Monday through Friday; two meals on Sundays Wide selection of dietary choices, including vegetarian and kosher options. Health and Safety Full- time support staff within the dorms All students assigned a Residential Counselor (RC) for mentorship and supervision. Residential Counselors live within the dorms and are available 2. Students provided access to Penn’s Student Health Services for non- emergency care Extracurriculars.
Evening and weekend activities provided. Weekend day trips included: previous locales include Washington, D.
C., New York City, Hershey Park, King of Prussia Mall, and the Jersey Shore. Admissions workshops, study sessions, and campus lecture series available.
Center of Excellence for Diversity in Health Education and Research. Home. Programs. Pre- Med Summer Enrichment Program. For the Penn COE Summer Program 2. Now accepting applications. The aim of this program is to prepare under- represented minority students for careers in academic medicine or other positions of leadership in medicine. Over a ten- week period, beginning late May, students who have completed two years of undergraduate education, will be engaged in a program of research, clinical observations, classroom exercises and teaching observation designed to stimulate their interest in academic medicine. The students will be exposed to activities pertinent to the medical school application and admissions process, including classroom instruction and simulated testing to prepare the students for the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
This summer program, now in its sixteenth year of operation, is sponsored by the Center of Excellence for Diversity in Health Education and Research of the Perelman School of Medicine, with funds provided by Department of Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Workforce. Jerry C. Johnson, M.
D., Professor of Medicine, is the Project Director. For the research component of the program, each student is assigned a medical school faculty mentor with whom the student works 3 days a week in a laboratory or clinical setting. At the end of the program, each student participant gives a 1. Power. Point presentation pertaining to their work before an audience composed of medical school faculty, medical students and other summer program students. All students are assigned a clinical preceptor whom the students shadow eight (8) hours per week, on an alternating weekly basis. Lecture Series: The lecture series consist of topics designed to introduce the student to principles of medical education, healthcare and public health: Past Lecture topics have included: What It Means to Be a Doctor.
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Medical School Interview Strategies. Writing the Personal Statement. MCAT 2. 01. 6 Classroom Instruction and Testing: Kaplan MCAT 2. Custom instruction to meet your individual needs In person core sessions with convenient live and recorded make- ups MCAT 2.
Virtual City Sessions: These scheduled sessions, held in a computer lab, will provide you with the opportunity to work through your personalized plan of online resources. This will allow you to focus on areas, content and strategies you personally need to continue to increase your score. A Kaplan instructor will moderate several of the sessions (early on) to ensure that you understand how to best leverage these resources. These online resources include: (a) The MCAT Channel- -providing you unlimited access to hours of supplemental live, online instruction (b) MCAT Qbank- -allowing you to design your own practice quizzes from MCAT- style questions and track your progress as you go Kaplan: 7- book Subject Review, Lesson Book and High- Yield Problem Solving Guide- -created in partnership with Scientific American. Requirements: Rising Junior or Rising Senior (Undergraduates Only)Minimum 3. Cumulative GPASubmit and Complete an Online Application. Two Letters of Recommendation - sent via US MAILOfficial Undergraduate Transcripts (from any institution attended) - sent via US MAIL* Please review the brochure below for additional information.
Program Dates for 2. Summer Program: May 3. August 0. 4, 2. 01. Summer Program Information Brochure. Please note the two deadlines. Late documents will not be considered.
See Application Checklist**MAIL- IN portion of the application: MUST BE Post Markedno later than January 1. Two (2) typewritten and signed letters of recommendation (sent via US Mail)Official transcripts (sent via US Mail)The ONLINE portion of the application: DUE Midnight, January 3. Undergraduate information (institution, address, major, and GPA)A one- page essay describing why you are interested in this program and why you should be selected (please have essays completed before beginning the online application) format: 1. Times New Roman font, and 1 inch margins (line spacing should be no more than 1. Ethnicity information.
A one- page essay discussing your interest in medicine (please have essays completed before beginning the online application) format: 1. Times New Roman font, and 1 inch margins (line spacing should be no more than 1. Research experience. Extra- curricular activities 2. Application: Submission begins October 1, 2.
For Questions Concerning Our 2. Summer Pre- Med Enrichment Program Contact: *WILL BE OUT OF OFFICE January 1. January 2. 0, 2. 01. Please EMAIL ONLY Jessica during this time. Jessica Incmikoski, Summer Program Coordinatorjessicai@mail.