Wayne State Cooperating Scholarship

The Wayne State Cooperating School Scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior in the top half of the senior class who is active in school, possesses leadership qualities, and must attend Wayne State College beginning the Fall Semester of 2013. The scholarship covers up to one-half of on-campus tuition per term; up to a maximum of 128 credit hours over four years. It will be awarded to Lincoln Public Schools from applications received at all six public high schools.

Stanford Summer Session

Stanford Summer Session is the fourth academic quarter at Stanford University. One of our programs, High School Summer College, is an academically selective program that provides mature, advanced high school students access to undergraduate coursework at Stanford. Summer College is an eight-week college experience that provides academic, social, and intellectual opportunities not found in a high school classroom.

Students who are a high school sophomore, junior, or senior at the time of application should be 16 or 17 years old on the first day of instruction. We will also review applications from high school sophomores and juniors who are already 18 years old and will remain that age through August 18, 2013.

Why High School Summer College?

  • Choose from more than 125 courses offered in more than 30 Stanford departments.
  • Earn Stanford college credit for courses taken and receive a Stanford transcript.
  • Attend speaking events with Stanford faculty, such as Nobel Laureate in Physics, Douglas Osheroff.
  • Study with other students from throughout the U.S. and abroad.
  • Experience college life and forge new friendships.

It’s simple for students to apply online at: summer.stanford.edu.