Students can enter the GAME PLAN CHALLENGE with a video, social media or print campaign to motivate other teens to balance gaming in their lives for a chance to win exciting Hard Rock merchandise!
13 to 18-year-old U.S. residents (including D.C.). Individual and team (2–4 members) entries accepted.
October 29, 2019 through January 3, 2020
Create a video, social media or print campaign that informs teens of the realities and the risks in video gaming. Creatively illustrate ways to maintain safe habits and to understand the risks of problem behavior with gaming and gambling.
Lehigh University has announced a unique experiential opportunity for students entering in Fall 2020. Lehigh Launch, an integrative, inquiry-based learning experience for intellectually curious and independent learners, takes students to the American West or Ecuador for an immersive first-semester experience before their arrival on Lehigh’s Bethlehem, Pa. campus in Spring 2021.
Lehigh Launch is open to students of any major who wish to develop leadership skills through a challenging, hands-on and somewhat unconventional first semester of college. Led by Lehigh faculty and staff, the program combines classroom- and field-based experiences in a living-learning community where you will explore some of the world’s most exciting regions while taking four courses and earning 16 credit hours toward your degree. The American West option includes backpacking and canoeing expeditions with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) and the Ecuador option takes students to the Amazon rainforest and the Galapagos Islands.
Interested students who like the idea of starting their college career with a different kind of adventure, are invited to view the website by clicking here. Students can begin to apply to Lehigh Launch through their Lehigh Portal on January 1, 2020.
Below are updates from Texas Tech University:
- Admitted students can now register for Red Raider Orientation and reserve campus housing for next academic year.
Red Raider Orientation
University Student Housing
There is a new Dual Degree Program between Tel Aviv University and Columbia University. The Program builds upon the success of Columbia’s Dual BA Programs with Sciences Po in France, now in its ninth year, and with Trinity College Dublin, now in its second year.
Students enrolled in the Dual Degree Program between Tel Aviv University and Columbia University begin their college educations in one of six academic tracks in Israel, where they undertake the intensive undergraduate curriculum at TAU, one of Israel’s most distinguished institutions of higher education. After two years in Tel Aviv, students matriculate at Columbia, where they complete the requirements for a major and fulfill the Columbia Core Curriculum featuring a variety of disciplines, including literature, art, music, science, and the humanities. Upon completion of the Program, students graduate with two bachelor’s degrees, one each from Tel Aviv University and Columbia. For more information about TAU, Columbia, and the Dual Degree Program, please visit the Program website.
Students apply using an online application by February 3, 2020, for fall 2020 enrollment. For admissions requirements please visit the Program website. Students with a strong interest in a global approach to language and culture and a desire for an innovative, nontraditional college experience that combines the academic rigor of two world-renowned universities should consider the Dual Degree Program.
Interested students should review the Dual Degree Program website and the Columbia College/Columbia Engineering admissions website and contact Columbia with any questions they may have at email@example.com (Dual Degree Program) or firstname.lastname@example.org (Columbia College/Columbia Engineering).
The Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars Program provides scholarships for talented female high school students to participate in a summer academic program at one of its partner programs – some of the most rigorous and selective colleges and universities in the country.
- John Hopkins
- Wash U
Scholars receive a full or partial scholarships, based on demonstrated financial need, to cover tuition, room and board, travel expenses, and supplies. The Joyce Ivy Foundation works directly with our set of program partners to combine Joyce Ivy scholarships with additional financial aid provided by the summer program. Click here to apply online.
- Exposure to a diverse array of peers
- Exposure to a broader range of college options
- Development of leadership skills
- Academic and intellectual growth
- Greater self-confidence
- Scholars describe the experience as transformative.
Summer Scholars may use their scholarship to participate in certain summer academic programs at our partner colleges and universities. Courses are two-weeks or longer in length, and in some cases students are eligible to receive college credit. In most cases, Scholars receive financial aid from the Joyce Ivy Foundation and a partner scholarship from the summer program. Scholarships are based on merit and financial need.
Female high school student in Michigan, Ohio, Nebraska, Missouri, Minnesota, North Dakota or South Dakota, who is also attending high school in one of these seven states. Academically high-achieving student who will be entering 11th or 12th grade in Fall 2020. Occasionally, an exceptional rising 10th grader is selected as a Summer Scholar. Past Summer Scholars, who used their scholarships, are not eligible to apply again for another scholarship.
DATES & DEADLINES:
December 8, 2019 2020 application available online
March 1, 2020 Application deadline
Late March 2020 Decisions sent
April 22, 2020 Scholarship reply deadline
Summer Scholars applicants must also apply directly to our summer program partners for admission financial aid. Please check our partners’ sites for deadlines.