Category Archives: Pre-College
A new Summer Academy course creates the opportunity for high school students to dig into issues surrounding climate change, healthy food, and social justice.
High school students utilize UVM’s Summer Academy to experience college life on campus while gaining credit and easing the transition into college.
First-year student Wren Tsao shares how UVM’s summer academy program helped them prepare for college before the semester even started.
UVM Director of Admissions Moses Murphy talks about how taking a pre-college course or program can help high school students demonstrate academic initiative and help clarify a student’s prospective major.
High school students can learn how to become better photographers. Summer Academy professor shares beginner tips for photography.
Choosing a college major just got a little easier with the help of Pre-College Programs at the University of Vermont.
Taking a pre-college course while still in high school helped Ayden Carpenter build relationships with professors at UVM and solidify his career path.
It might come as a surprise that taking a college English class as a high school junior would ease anxiety about college, but for one Vermont high school student, that’s exactly what happened. When South Burlington High School junior Julia Sides reviewed her course load with her school counselor, she explored how to satisfy credits […]
Summer Academy Storytelling with Photography Course Gave Mish Wilson a Jump on Her College Experience
Summer Academy course at the University of Vermont gave Jamaican born Mish Wilson a jump start on her college experience at UVM.
High school student can learn how to use pre-college courses to build a brag sheet for their college applications.