The Indiana University of Pennsylvania's Cook Honors College's Summer Honors Program is a place where talented high school students come together for one to two weeks and form a community of scholars who explore academic and collegiate living in a real college setting.
Working closely with dedicated professors offers promising students the unique opportunity to experience college life while still in high school. Students will live with counselor-in-residence in one of IUP's residence halls, share meals in the dining hall, and learn with IUP professors during each day's classes. Evening activities expose students to college life outside the classroom. The weekend includes opportunities for community service and recreation in the Indiana area. The program closes with a Saturday recognition ceremony with faculty and family.
The 2012 program dates are July 8-14 (session one) and July 15-21 (session two). Students may attend one or both sessions.