Temple Pre-College ProgramsDescription
Temple University’s Pre-College Summer Intensives and Institutes are designed to provide an immersive and enriching academic experience for high school students entering grades 10, 11, or 12. These programs offer full-day, non-credit workshops that allow students to explore potential college majors and engage in an in-depth curriculum in a specific academic field. By participating in a Summer Institute or Intensive, students have the opportunity to build their confidence, foster independence, and develop a strong sense of community with peers from diverse backgrounds. The programs emphasize interactive, project-based learning, providing students with a chance to make new friends while gaining valuable knowledge and skills. All Summer Institutes and Intensives are two weeks long and take place in person on Temple University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia.Eligibility
• Students must be entering grades 10, 11, or 12 in the upcoming academic year.
• Workshop Attendance: Students will participate in one full-day non-credit workshop, allowing them to immerse themselves in an academic field of their choice.
• Students should have a genuine interest in exploring potential college majors and deepening their understanding of various academic fields.
• Students should be willing to build their confidence, develop a sense of independence, and actively engage in interactive, project-based learning.
Please refer to the official Temple University Pre-College Programs website for more detailed information on eligibility requirements, program dates, and application procedures for both the Summer Intensives and Institutes, as well as the Pre-College Workshops.