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Summer Programs

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Summer Programs for High School Students

Featuring a range of subjects, formats, and session lengths, Georgetown University’s Summer Programs for High School Students offer the opportunity to live on campus, meet classmates from around the world, and earn college credit—all while experiencing the excitement of college life

1-Week & 3-Week Programs

Our 1-week Institutes and 3-week Immersion Programs take you on an accelerated, hands-on learning experience. You'll examine a single subject area through collaborative exercises and simulations, group discussions, presentations from industry leaders, and field trips to some of D.C.’s top institutions.

1-Week Institutes

3-Week Immersions

College Prep

These three-week programs emphasize the English, math, SAT and TOEFL prep, and study skills that will give you a competitive edge and a head start on college.

College Credit Courses for High School Students

This summer, get a head start and earn college credit at Georgetown. Our college credit courses ease your transition into the college learning environment through a blend of lectures, class discussions, and hands-on application. Whether you choose our eight-week online courses or five-week on-campus courses, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes alongside current undergraduate students, learn from prestigious Georgetown faculty, and engage in challenging coursework that will prepare you for success in college and beyond. Learn more.

Undergraduate and Graduate Summer Sessions

Georgetown Summer Sessions offers more than 250 undergraduate and graduate courses on campus and online. Whether you’re trying to catch up on coursework, graduate early, or free up time to intern or study abroad, our summer courses offer an accelerated way to earn credit and get ahead. You’ll have the opportunity to learn in small, interactive classes and enjoy more time to focus on a single subject area. Learn more.