Currently showing course information from summer of 2020.
This summer, get a head start and earn college credit at Georgetown. Our college credit courses ease your transition into the college learning environment through a blend of lectures, class discussions, and featured virtual guest speakers. You’ll have the opportunity to take classes with current undergraduate students, learn from prestigious Georgetown faculty, and engage in challenging coursework that will prepare you for success in college and beyond.
Estimated Tuition per Credit:
Main First SessionJun 6–Jul 9, 2021
Main Second SessionJul 11–Aug. 13, 2021
Cross SessionJun 6–Jul 30, 2021
How You'll Benefit
Get a head start on college
Earn credit from one of the world’s leading academic institutions
Set yourself apart from your high school peers
Engage with world-renowned faculty in small, focused classes
Study with students from around the world
Summer Honors Intensive: If you’re seeking a more rigorous academic experience, you can take two courses per session, earning up to 12 total credits (a full semester at most universities). Students who complete two courses in a session will receive a Summer Honors Intensive Certificate upon completing their studies.
Online Courses: Select college credit courses are available in an online format during the eight-week Summer Cross Session.
It was amazing to be surrounded by such high caliber students and staff who were all encouraging and fabulous to work with. I took away many positive things from my week as a Summer Hoya.
The program offers so much–from the off-site visits to the daily lectures and the on campus activities. The lectures were interesting, meeting new people was great and the off-site visits were interactive and intriguing.
My #SummerHoya experience was enriching, inspiring, and rewarding; if I could turn back the clock, I’d do it all over again.
As I am filling out my college applications, I am able to think back to my memories from the summer and I am reassured that I am pursuing the right educational path.
Having the chance to experience once in a lifetime opportunities and getting to meet people from around the world made it so I got to really experience what college life was like.
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