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Academy College Courses for High School Students
Academy College Courses at NJIT are designed for high achieving 10th,11th and 12th grade high school students who want to get a jump on their college careers. Participants may earn up to eight college credits in small, customized classes taught by faculty who have been recognized for their commitment to teaching excellence. Classes meet on Saturdays during the Fall and Spring Session and Monday through Friday during the Summer Session. At the end of the program, grades are recorded on an NJIT transcript which, upon your request to the registrar, will be sent to the university or universities of your choice. Course credits can be applied toward an undergraduate degree at NJIT and at most other colleges and universities.
Academy College students have the option of living on the NJIT campus during the Summer Session (at an additional charge) or commuting to the university. As a campus resident, you will live in one of NJIT’s modern, air-conditioned dormitories, arriving Monday morning each week and leaving on Friday. Specially trained counselors will help make your stay comfortable.
Summer Session 2017 Key Dates
Program Date: July 10 - August 4 2017
Application Deadline: May 5, 2017
Notification Acceptance Deadline: June 5, 2017
A copy of your high school transcript
A copy of your PSAT or SAT scores, if available
A non-refundable $60 application fee. Check or money order payable to: NJIT
Application fee: $60 (non-refundable)
Tuition fee: $517 per credit
Textbooks: Costs depend on course(s) taken. Books can be purchased at the NJIT Bookstore and online.
On-Campus Living Costs
Room and Board: $2,100 (4 nights/week, 4 weeks)
Fees for room and board cover lodging and meals.
Academy College Courses Features
- College credit courses -- Courses Offered
- Classes taught by first-rate NJIT faculty
- Peer learning with other talented high school students
- A scholarly, multicultural, urban university experience