STEM Classes Online or On-Campus
Session 1 (7-weeks): May 13-June 27, 2019
Session 2 (5-weeks): July 8-August 9, 2019
Courses include a variety of entry level and advanced calculus, statistics, engineering, chemistry, social sciences classes, and more! Choose the option that works best for your schedule and location. All courses are taught by WPI faculty, teach the same material, and promote a collegial academic experience that includes collaboration and interaction.
Check out this video for a closer look at what it's like to take online classes at WPI over the summer.
Jumpstart Your College Career
There’s no such thing as being too ready for college, and with summer courses at WPI, you’ll be able to get a sneak peek at college life while also creating an academic foundation for a successful university experience. All classes are offered at a 50% tuition discount. Transfer any credits you receive to your college of choice, and set yourself up to get ahead, do more during your college experience, or graduate early.
Make Your College Application Stand Out
Getting a head start on college classes will help you stand out to admissions counselors. Once accepted, you’ll have more time to complete internships or co-ops, and even graduate early. Start that domino effect today, and register for summer courses at WPI.
Watch this video to see what it’s like to take online Math courses in Calculus and Probability at WPI over the summer.
We’ll keep you up to date on class schedules, registration information, and getting started on campus! Registration opens on March 1 and continues through the first week of each term. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
High school students in E-Term at WPI
Eligibility: High achieving high school students are eligible to enroll in summer classes at WPI. These students should work with their high school counselors/teachers to identify the right courses for success at WPI.
Cost: High school students registered as Guest Students at WPI are eligible for a 50% discount for summer classes.
Scholarship: The Dean of Undergraduate Studies will accept appeals for scholarships due to family or financial hardships. Such an appeal should include a letter of support from an official at the student’s current high school.