College Summer Programs
Summer programs are a wonderful way to experience college first hand. They give you a unique opportunity to see what campus life is like, what resources are available, and what the surrounding communities have to offer. Some programs may even count as college credit.
Below is a listing of some of the many summer programs that are available. This will be updated as we receive information from schools. For more information on summer programs, you can contact the college or university of your choice directly. The list below is alphabetical by state.
FIDM Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
Multiple Campuses, California
Summer Program for High School Students: FIDM is hosting 3 days of fashion workshops on all of their campuses. Summer Program gives students the opportunity to create clothes, meet other FIDM students, and visit fashion businesses. Go to the website for details and registration. Most workshops take place in late June.
Otis College of Art and Design
Los Angeles, California
Summer of Art : Summer of Art is an intensive, four-week, pre-college program for students, ages 15 and older, who wish to experience art and design in an extraordinary art college environment. Serious young artists seeking to strengthen and enhance their art skills, as well as students with limited art training, are invited to participate. Summer of Art is not a recreational program. For more information, or to register, please visit the web site.
University of California--Berkeley
Future students: Earn college credit, receive an introduction to college, and participate in recreational excursions. Go online for more details.
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
Many summer seminars available. Check web site for complete details on offerings.
Phone: (213) 740-5679
University of Colorado at Boulder
Many summer programs are available. See the following web site for details:
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Live on campus with other college and high school students while earning college credits. Check the web site for a list of possible courses.
Western State College of Colorado
Western Computer Camp: For high school Juniors and Seniors interested in pursuing computer science in college.
University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida
Summer Scholar Programs for high school Sophomores and Juniors. Many experiences available. Se web site for details.
Savannah College of Art and Design
SCAD Summer Seminars
Looking for a way to express your creativity this summer? SCAD summer seminars are residential summer workshops designed for high school students who have completed their freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior years. From interesting and intensive workshops to field trips and a real residence hall experience, SCAD summer seminars offer a week you'll never forget.
You can step into tomorrow by participating in one of their programs in Nursing or Computer/Electrical Engineering. You will work, learn, and experience the newest technologies and have fun. During the week, you will stay in Bradley's Residence Hall. Each of the programs is designed to acquaint you with many of the aspects of an exciting profession through a variety of experiences which stress the hands-on approach. The program is open to students entering their junior or senior year. Deadline for registration is June 1--but is still first come first serve. To receive an application and get more detailed info, please stop by the College and Career Center or use the following contact info:
Mr. Greg Killoran
Phone: (309) 677-2404
Summer Forensics Institute
July 16-29, 2006.
Camp Cardia is a one week day camp that gives high school students an opportunity to get some hands on experience in the medical field. Founded by Northwestern University medical students, students will get CPR certification, information for staying heart healthy, and an introduction to various careers in the health field. Deadline for applications are usually in mid to late January. Check website for details
Doctor Development NFP
c/o Camp Cardiac
1347 N. Greenview Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60642
Phone: (312) 659-0246
Chicago College of Pharmacy - Midwestern University
Downers Grove, Illinois
Walgreens - Chicago College of Pharmacy Career Explorers Program, Osco Drug - Chicago College of Pharmacy Career Explorers Program, and the Chicago College of Pharmacy Hospital Program
Students who will be completing their junior and senior high school year by early June may apply for these intensive 6-week summer programs, which consist of organized hands-on activities as a pharmacy technician at various Walgreens or Osco Drug pharmacies and a short course in pharmacy related topics at the Chicago College of Pharmacy.
Late June- Early August . 6-8 hours/day, M-F. Stipend: $1,200, upon successful completion of the program.
Students must meet eligibility requirements. To receive an application and get more detailed information, please stop by the College and Career Center or use the following contact info:
Chicago College of Pharmacy Deans's Office
High School Summer Institute
Many opportunities for students interested in audio/visual technology. Summer Institute enables high school students to earn credit and work hands on as part of a television production crew. Students will get hands on experience of every aspect of the production process. Scholarships are also available to help offset the costs of tuition.
click here to learn more.
Eastern Illinois University
Leadership and College Prep Camp for Minority High School Students: The camp is a TOTAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. The only expense that campers will incur is a $20 reservation fee for the students who are selected to attend. The camp will provide an opportunity for students to discover what college life entails. Limited space is available and early application is advised. Deadline for application is Early May. For more information call (217) 581-5116.
Illinois State University
Cyber Camp: A six-day, five-night computer camp for students with an interest in computing. Two sessions will be offered. For detailed information visit the web site or phone the school directly.
Phone: (309) 438-8338
Minority Actuarial Camp: Illinois State is running a summer camp for minority students who plan on studying actuarial sciences at Illinois State. For more information use this web site.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Summer Music Composition Institute
Learn how to compose effective music in different styles. Go to www.iwu.edu/music for more info.
Culinary Camp for High School Students: The camp is an intensive, yet fun-filled week, spent learning and working in a professional kitchen. Campers are taught by Kendall chef instructors who provide the campers with an introduction to basic skills, terminology, and behavior in the kitchen as well as some fundamental cooking methods. Two types of classes are offered:--Culinary Camp and Baking/Pastry Camp. Please see the web site for complete details.http://kendall.edu/
or call Marcy Jacob at 312-752-2206 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospitality Management Summer Camp: A one week hands on learning experience in the hospitality management field. Contact Catherine Custner at 312-226-6294 x242 for more info.
Loyola University Chicago
Pre-Collegiate Summer Scholars
Make new friends from around the country while earning your first college credits!
Three and six week sessions available.
North Central College
Summer Camps and Workshops
Northern Illinois University
Summer Academic Camps at Northern: NIU is offering 6 different 5-day camps. Journalism & Media; Muggle Camp; Creative Writing; Speech Camp; Science Camp
Phone: (815) 753-5200
Northern Illinois University
Summer Mathematics Bridge Program
A five day intensive math program designed to improve high school students college placement into college calculus classes. Students entering math and engineering majors in college are encouraged to attend. Cost is $450.00. Call associate Dean's office at 815-753-1442 or log onto www.ceet.niu.edu and go to Student Services to register.
Equinox Program (intense study in various liberal arts areas; Civic Leadership Institute (study of complex social issues). Complete information regarding curriculum and deadlines is available online or call to request information.
Phone: (847) 491-3782
College Preparation Program
The College Preparation Program at Northwestern University is designed for high school students like you who want new academic challenges and the experience of real college life. This summer program for high school students offers three, six, and nine-week options as part of the Northwestern's Summer Session, and you'll earn college credit for the courses you take.
National High School Institute--A program for outstanding high school students which offers courses in the Institute's 8 Divisions: Coon-Hardy Debate Scholars, Championship Debate, Forensics, Journalism, Junior Statesmen, Music, Media Arts, and Theatre Arts. Complete information about the program is available online, or call to request information. Applications are due early in April.
Phone: (800) 662-6474
Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
2013 SIUE Engineering Summer Camps offering two one week-long residential camps this year: Session 1 runs from June 9-14, 2013 and Session 2 runs from June 16-21, 2013.
This program introduces various engineering disciplines, computer science and construction management to current freshmen, sophomore and junior high school students through a set of activities that are fun, challenging, and thought-provoking. Students have the opportunity to participate in various hands-on laboratory experiments, design contests and field trips. Students will also get a flavor of residential college life, and will hopefully build lasting friendships with their peers from other high schools.
The fee for this year’s program is $350, and includes accommodations, food, transportation to and from field trips, as well as all necessary materials and supplies. A limited number of scholarships are available for students who can demonstrate inability to pay the full cost of the program.
Additional information is provided at the following link: http://www.siue.edu/engineering/summercamps/
The application form is available for download and print here.
Completed application forms should be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
High School Outreach Summer Camp
SIUE School of Engineering
Campus Box 1804
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1804
Southern Illinois University
Architecture Camp Will include walking field trips, group discussions, studio projects, and evening projects. Students will work in computer graphics on design projects, build large-scale and small-scale construction projects, etc. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. Detailed information/application is available online.
Phone: (618) 536-7751
Women's Introduction to Engineering--gives female students in the 10th and 11th grades a chance to see what engineers in several different fields actually do and what to expect in the college engineering classroom. Two different four-day sessions will be offered. The deadline for applications is usually early April. See web site for complete details and an application form.
Summer Transition Camp: College bound students with disabilities have the opportunity to orient themselves to the college life by going through a workshop provided by SIUC. Go to www.siu.edu/~dss for more details.
University of Chicago
Many programs are available, including Summer Language Institute, Research in the Biological Sciences, and The Traveling Academy to name a few. Complete details and dates are available on the web site, or call for more information.
Phone: (773) 702-6033
University of Illinois
Research Apprentice Program (RAP-1) has two sessions taking place on the campus of the University of Illinois this summer, each being about three weeks long. Freshmen and Sophomores are invited to take part in many different career-awareness activities. Applications are due in March. Click on link below for more info.
Western Illinois University
Adventures in Filmmaking: Explore, learn, and practice movie-making skills this summer.
Complete details are available on the web site, or call for more information. Enrollment is limited; register early.
Phone: (309) 298-1911
Ball State University
College of Architecture and Planning Summer Workshop: The program is for juniors. Participants engage in creative problem solving, spatial understanding, field studies, graphics, and model making. The workshop is a primer for the course work in the CAP program that includes architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning. University credit is available.
For more information, visit the web site.
Revolution Evolution Journalism Workshops
DePauw has many opportunities for enrichment for high school students. Just go to their summer programs web page at www.depauw.edu/univ/summercamps
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, Indiana
Summer Honors: Summer Honors is a University program for high school students - Cl.
- Earn University credit
- Experience dorm and campus life
- Meet - mingle - make new friends
- Preview college-level coursework
- Explore an academic interest
- Select from 18 challenging seminars
All two-week seminars will be held July 10-22, 2005 on the Indiana State University campus.
For detailed info, visit the web site.
Summertime: Indiana University offers a number of workshops, institutes, and short courses. See the web site for details.
West Lafayette, Indiana
Exciting Discovery for Girls in Engineering (EDGE) Summer Camp: The program is open to students who are completing their freshman or sophomore year in high school. The camp is designed to give participants an understanding of the various options available in the Schools of Engineering at Purdue by performing projects for each area. Current engineering students will act as chaperones and team facilitators and give insights into student life on campus. A team project that will be worked on throughout the week will be highlighted in the banquet and awards ceremony.
For more information or to apply visit the web site or call the school directly.
Phone: (765) 494-3889
Purdue Summer Session
Computer Graphics Technology Summer Camp:
Purdue University Calumet
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Free Summer Workshops
St. Mary's of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana
FACE and Encuentro
The Center for Women's Intercultural Leadership at Saint Mary's College is excited to announce two unique summer programs for high school women. Do not hesitate to call us at 575-284-4051 or click on the blue link above for more info.
University of Evansville
Engineering Options for Young Women
OPTIONS for young women is available for young women entering grades 10, 11, or 12 in the fall who are talented in science and mathematics, and who have completed geometry. The camp exposes young women to the career choices and opportunities in the fields of engineering and computer sciences. Scholarship opportunities are also offered. For more info go to:
or call 812-479-2651
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana
Pre-college Programs--Two-week programs available for rising Juniors and Seniors in Life Sciences, Business, Literature, Psychology, Theology, Pre-Law and others. Complete details regarding course descriptions, fees, and deadlines are available online.
Summer Institute: A four-week intensive program from June 19- July 17 for students who have completed their sophomore or junior year in high school. Six different workshops are available: creative writing, college writing, problem solving, theatre arts, prelude to calculus, and critical thinking. Students choose three workshops. For complete details visit the web site, or call for more information.
Phone: (641) 269-3600
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa
Summer Youth Programs: Several programs are available--Gifted Education; Science; Iowa Young Writers' Studio; Journalism; Music; Forensics; and Sports.
For complete details visit the web site, or call for more information.
Phone: (800) 336-6463
Kansas State University
May 26 - 30, 2008
Engineering and Science Summer Institute
The University of Kansas
As a newly admitted student you are invited to consider the Freshman Summer Institute, a thematic learning community program that facilitates your academic and personal transition to the University of Kansas.
The Freshman Summer Institute is designed to benefit all undergraduate students new to the University of Kansas through
- earning 5 hours of KU credit
- experiencing major and career exploration opportunites
- understanding the university and how it works
- meeting other KU students and developing a supportive network
- developing key interactions with faculty and staff
- acclimating to Lawrence and KU during the quiet time of summer
The University of Kansas
KU Survivor: Engineering Outback
This is an exclusive, guys only weeklong engineering experience for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. The cost is $500.00 and includes meals, lodging and lab supplies. Call recruitment coordinator Dawnelle Prince at 785-864-3622 or go on www.engr.ku.edu
Project Discovery (Girls Only)
A weeklong summer camp where smart chicks get hands-on know how. Field trips and cool times round out the week. Chose from two sessions. June 18-24 and July 16-22. Contact Florence Boldridge at 785-864-3620, or log onto www.engr.ku.edu
Murray State University
June 9-June 30, 2012. Murray State hosts it's annual Commonwealth Honors Academy for students going into their senior year in high school. They offer six hours of tuition free university credit, and four year housing scholarship. Students will take part in three weeks of academic and enrichment activities. For more info go to www.murraystate.edu/cha
Louisiana Maine Maryland
Maryland Institute College of Art
MICA Summer 2008 Pre-College Studio Residency Program
MICA offers two rigorous, college-level summer experiences that let you build your portfolio, earn college credit, and experience first-hand the excitement of studying with other talented artists at a top college of art and design.
United States Naval Academy
Navy Water Polo Camp: Campers will train under the direction of some of the nation's top water polo coaches, providing the individulaized instruction, evaluation, competition, and specialized techniques necessary to refine the athlete's water polo skills. For complete details, contact the camp director, Mike Schofield at (410) 293-5558 or use the web link below.
United States Naval Academy
The Summer Seminar affords young Americans the chance to learn about the challenges and opportunities offered by the Naval Academy. The Academy invites hundreds of talented young men and women to participate in the Summer Seminar during June of the summer before their senior year. The six days are filled with exciting academic programs, rigorous physical activity and special events in the historic Annapolis and Washington, DC areas. The Summer Seminar provides the perfect opportunity to explore an interest in attending one of the nation’s service academies. Rising seniors who are Interested may submit their applications on-line at www.usna.edu/Admissions.
Summer Experience Program
Spend six weeks at Boston College. Take college courses, and earn college credit. Live and study with your peers as you experience college. Each summer talented and motivated high school students who have completed the 11th grade and have compiled outstanding academic records immerse themselves in a campus environment that encourages academic exploration, fosters personal growth, and develops strategies for dealing with the more intense demands of college. Telephone 617-552-3800 for more info.
Summer Challenge Program for High School Students: Two weeks, two topics. Choose from Business, Law, Science, Creative Writing, Persuasive Speaking, and Visual Arts.
High School Honors Program: Students who apply will choose between the General Honors Program and a Research Internship in Science and Engineering.
For complete details on these programs, please visit the web site.
Boston University also offers Pre-College and Youth Summer Programs. Many opportunities are available.
Go to www.bu.edu/mysummer for more info.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Harvard Summer School Secondary School Program
High School Sophomore, Juniors, and Seniors can chose from dozens of Harvard summer school classes. apply online at www.ssp.harvard.edu.
M.I.T.E.S. - Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science
A summer program at M.I.T. that prepares promising rising high school seniors for careers in math and science. Spend six weeks on MIT's campus totally immersed in college life. You can get more info or apply at http://mit.edu/mites/www
Summer in Boston
Experience college life while still in high school. Suffolk is excited to announce a series of summer programs for high school sophomores and juniors. Application process, tentative schedules, costs and more information is available online at: www.suffolk.edu/summerinstitutes
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at (617) 305-2500 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Intensive summer programs in the arts for all students
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
A two-week summer residential program for soon to be Juniors and Seniors interested in science, math, and engineering. Call 508-831-5286 or go to wpi.edu/+frontiers.
Aprogram designed to enable African American, Latino, and American Indian students to explore engineering and math and science fields of study.
WUNDERS: Women Understanding New Dimensions in Engineering Related Sciences
a hands on exploration of engineering, math and science related fields.
Western Michigan University
Battle Creek, Michigan
Aviation Flight Academy Camps
An excellent opportunity for students to get on the right path for a career in aviation. Senior Session is for 11th and 12th grade students. The junior flight academy is offered for 9th and 10th grade students. The academy is offered free of charge, but space is limited. Apply early
go to: www.wmich.edu/aviation for an application.
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan
High School Engineering Institute
The weeklong institute will provide an opportunity for current high school sophomores and juniors to explore careers in the engineering discipline. Students will live on campus and participate in hands-on projects and field trips. For more information, visit the web site or call the school directly.
Phone: (517) 355-6616
Michigan Technological University
Summer Youth Programs
Many programs taking place all summer long for many different age groups. Women in Engineering, Orchestra Fellowship, American Indian Workshop, Explorations in Engineering, and Career Explorations. Go on their main web site for details.
Programs are available in writing, liberal arts, and environmental science.
For detailed information, visit their web site or call. Students of African American descent or who are interested in African American culture are encouraged
Phone: (866) 767-2275
Concordia Language Villages
Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota
An internationally recognized and respected world language and culture education program founded in 1961.
For kids ages 7-18 as well as adults. Includes exploratory programs, extended programs, and college credit programs for high school students.
University of Missouri - Columbia
Mizzou Engineering Summer Program for High School Juniors and Seniors
This program is designed to to introduce outstanding high school students to the various engineering disciplines and the tools used to do their work. There is a $300.00 registration fee. For questions regarding registration, call 800-760-4962
Minority Introduction to Engineering (MITE)
This program is a week long residential program designed to introduce minority high school students to the engineering disciplines and the engineering profession. Students can get a mail in application in the M.H.S. CCRC, or by contacting the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri - Columbia.
Washington University-St. Louis
High achieving juniors and seniors who would like to attend this university for five weeks over the summer and earn college credit by taking classes while there. Classes in Architecture, Foreign Language, Arts, Sciences, Humanities, and Social Sciences are all offered. Go to this web site for more info.
http://www.arch.wustl.edu for Architecture.
Summer Scholars Program
For high school students entering their senior year. Must be at least 16 years of age; 3.0 GPA out of 4 or better; ACT of at least a 25. You may apply for one of two sessions offered. Contact the phone number or web site for details.
University of Nebraska Lincoln
Next fall, when your friends ask what you did this summer, imagine saying, "I made an edible chocolate flower." "I edited footage for a movie." "I learned about growing and selling plants." "I made an animated Web site." "I spent time on the UNL campus, making friends and exploring career choices."
These are just a few of the opportunities available to you at the Big Red Summer Academic Camps to be held this June. The career exploration camps are a chance for you to explore the UNL campus, meet people from across the state and country, spend time investigating an interest or potential career, and have lots of fun! All Big Red Summer Academic Camps are overnight camps and youth will stay in the dorms.Many camps are available at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for students who want to experience new hands-on activities in many different subject areas.
Summer in New York City
Live and Learn at Barnard College after 10th or 11th grade to earn college credits. Several programs available at barnard.edu/pcp
Ithaca, New York
At Summer College, high school students take Cornell courses for credit, live on campus, explore academic and career opportunities, and find out what college is all about. Go online for complete details:
Summer College fo High School Students
- Welcome to Ithaca College!
- Take one or more courses for one, three or five weeks.
- Prepare for college and earn college credit.
- Make new friends.
- Attend plays, movies, concerts, talent shows, take trips off-campus, make sushi, volunteer, work out, play sports, celebrate.
- That's Summer at IC.
New York, New York
NYU Precollege High School Programs
NYU Precollege offers rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience academic and student life at New York University. Students take college level courses for academic credit which may be applied to a future degree. Residential and non-residential options are available.
Brooklyn, New YorkSummer Pre-College Program:
Offering programs in Architecture, Art and Design Discovery, Art History, Creative Writing, Cultural Studies, Fashion Design, Fine Arts (Painting and Drawing), Graphic Design, Illustration (traditional or Digital), Interior Design, Media Arts/Video, Photography, and Sculpture. For complete information visit the web site or contact the school directly.
Phone: (718) 636-3453
United States Military Academy
West Point, New York
Summer Leaders Seminar (for Juniors)
High achieving Juniors are offered the opportunity to experience life as a cadet in the U.S. Military Academy. Two sessions
Get application from www.admissions.usma.edu
New York, New York
"Summer in New York" pre-college programs offered in a variety of liberal arts disciplines. See web site for detailed information.
Phone: (212) 647-7199
Summer College for High School Students
The Kenyon Review Young Writers Summer Program:
University of Dayton
The University of Dayton Women in Engineering Summer Camp
What you dream ... you can do!
You've heard about engineering, but what is it, really? What do engineers do? What's it like on the job? And is engineering for you? Find out what engineering's all about at the Women in Engineering Summer Camp at the University of Dayton in Ohio,
Carnegie Mellon University
Summer programs for students include advanced placement/early admission courses in architecture, art, design, drama, and music. See the web site for complete details.
Phone: (412) 268-2082
University Park, Pennsylvania
Programs available in a variety of areas. See the following web site for details.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania--Robert E. Cook Honors College
Summer Honors Program for High School Students--
Imagine a place where you are encouraged to imagine. To think. To question. To disregard the obvious, the easy.
To search for the deeper answer. Then question that answer. Where you are joined by others who share your thirst
for discovery. Such a place exists. A community of scholars called the Robert E. Cook Honors College on the
campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Providence, Rhode Island
Summer at Brown--Many different programs available. See web site for complete details.
Summer Programs for High School and College Students with Learning Differences: At the summer programs, you will develop an understanding of your own personal learning style, get hand-on experience with software and other technology that best supports your learning style, and learn study skills that produce results. For detailed information visit the web site or call the school directly.
Phone: (802) 387-6718
The Putney School
Summer Programs for Creative Writing, E.S.L., Theater, Music, Dance, Visual Arts for Ages 14 to 17
George Washington University
GW Summer Scholars Pre-College Program
George Washington University is offering several opportunities for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors to earn college credit, experience college life, and discover Washington D.C.
Be a Summer Hoya
Summer Programs for High School Students
Phone: (202) 687-8700
The Catholic University of America
Eye on Engineering and Computer Science is a six day tour of the engineering and computer science fields for rising high school juniors and seniors. High achievers are more likely to be accepted to the program.
Summer Intensive Language Studies
Join us in learning a new language with our summer intensive language school. Our four week or eight week courses are designed to immerse you in the language of your choice with high-level instruction and quality resources located in Wisconsin's first College - Beloit College.
A five-day pre-college program for grades 9-12. Students must be highly motivated and interested in attending college. Preference is given to students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Program is FREE to eligible candidates. Monday – Friday, July 9 -13 (Meals provided) Applications available in the CCRC Deadline to apply is June 22, 2012
Milwaukee School of Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Academic Skills Development Workshop
A 3-week pre-college program designed to give Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors in high school the skills needed to succeed in college.
call 608-265-0844 for more information
University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee
Architecture Summer Camp--School of Architecture and Urban Planning: Architecture summer camp offers high school students an introduction to architecture as both a profession and an intellectual discipline. Motivated students with an interest in exploring architecture are encouraged to apply. Application deadline. For detailed information call:
University of Wisconsin--Platteville
Women in Engineering Exploratory Career Camp--A 1-week, highly interactive summer residence program designed to provide young women in grades 9-12 the opportunity to experience the field of engineering hands-on w/ professors and professionals. Applications and more detailed info are available online. Deadline for application
Phone: (608) 342-1563
American University of Paris
Many programs available. See the following web site for details.
Oxford Advanced Studies Program
Good experience for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. See this website for more details;
Phone: (574) 631-0990
SACI (Studio Arts Centers International)
Summer Studies in Florence.