Fairfield University Summer Learning Opportunities
Looking for summer learning opportunities? If so, Fairfield is the perfect destination for learning and fun! This summer, Fairfield University is offering many different programs for different ages. Among them are the Dolan School Graduate Business Essentials Program for recent college graduates looking to further their business knowledge. For high school juniors and seniors that want to experience learning in a college environment, there is the Summer Scholars Program. And for students looking to enhance their writing skills, there is the Connecticut Writing Project Summer LABS.
Graduate Business Essentials Certificate
For recent college graduates looking to gain more knowledge, round out their business skills or who need graduate-level business courses to advance their careers, Fairfield University offers the Business Essentials Certificate. This 12 credit program takes place from late May through mid October. To qualify for the program candidates must have completed a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college. For more information please contact Mark Ligas or call 203-254-4000 ext. 3019.
Summer Scholars Program
Fairfield University’s Summer Scholars program is back! The two week, for-credit residential experience is for talented juniors and seniors in high school who want to get a taste for what college is really like. This year the program will take place from July 10-23. High school students who qualify with a GPA of 3.2 or higher will take one 3-credit course during the two-week period, taught by our dedicated faculty. Courses include Biology, Communications, Economics, English, Art and more. If interested, visit the Summer Scholars website and apply before June 30. For more information please contact the Summer Scholars office.
Connecticut Writing Project Summer LABS
CWP Fairfield will once again host the Summer Writing LABS starting in July and continuing through early August. Each week-long seminar will give students the opportunity to enhance their creative writing skills and become published writers by submitting their pieces to be included in POW! The Power of Words anthology printed each year. To apply for this summer’s programs please visit the program website and apply before July 7. For more information please contact the CWP office.
By Joseph Black ‘16