This is just a reminder that ISTEP+ 10 Part 2 testing is NEXT WEEK!
- ISTEP+ 10 Part 2 ELA will be administered on Tuesday, April 23rd
- ISTEP+ 10 Part 2 Math will be administered on Wednesday, April 24th
Were you hoping to take the May SAT, but missed the deadline? You can still complete a late registration for the May 4th SAT. The closing date for late registration is next Wednesday, April 24th.
The June 1st SAT registration deadline is May 3rd. You need to register by May 3rd to avoid the late registration fees. Over half of the junior class has taken the SAT for the first time. I hope we have everyone (100%) complete their initial attempt either May 4th or June 1st. Stop by Student Services and let us know if you need help with the registration process. Please don’t wait – this will take one more thing off your plate heading into senior year!
Summer College for High School Students offers students who are at least 16 years old the opportunity to experience college life at one of the top institutions in the United States. *You must have a high school GPA of at least 3.3.
Purdue offers 12-week, 8-week, 4-week, and intensive 1-week experiences to fit your busy summer schedule. Students may live in a residence hall, commute to campus, or complete coursework online. Courses are listed on a Purdue transcript and they can be transferred to other institutions.
Summer also offers a great return on investment as full-time tuition for two summers is equal to full-time tuition for one fall or spring semester. This means that students who utilize summer to graduate early net an average of $21,870 to $43,740 compared to students who graduate in four years. High school students will receive the same tuition rates as current students.
The 2019 Summer College for High School Students application is currently open. Follow these steps to apply before it’s too late!
Visiting campus? Schedule a one-hour custom visit to speak with a staff member about summer opportunities.
Director of Summer Session