Category - Pre-College Programs

University of Rochester

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Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership
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Legos, food safety, and some awesome costumes
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Q&A: Pre-College Programs
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Pre-College Programs

Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership

Recently I had the opportunity to interact with a youth leadership program at the University of Rochester. The program, Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY), is one of many great examples of early leadership opportunities across the United States. HOBY aims to provide youth with a unique leadership training experience through a combination of group programs[…]

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Legos, food safety, and some awesome costumes

By Damian Garcia, Senior Admissions Counselor This past Sunday, the University of Rochester’s Office of Admissions, along with other community partners, hosted the 7th annual FIRST® LEGO® League Championship Tournament. 36 teams from the Greater Finger Lakes Region, including Buffalo, Southern Tier, and Corning, advanced from over 130 teams competing in 8 Qualifying Tournaments. These[…]

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Q&A: Pre-College Programs

By Ursula Balent, Pre-College Programs Manager What pre-college summer programs does the University of Rochester offer? Rochester Scholars is designed for students entering grades 9-12 and offers one-, two-, and three-week noncredit courses. Taste of College allows high school juniors and seniors to enroll in four-week courses and earn college credit. Students may choose to[…]

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Pre-College Programs

Rochester’s Pre-College Programs give you a preview of what student life is like here. Courses are offered in a wide variety of subject areas, allowing you to explore your interests and think about what you might want to study in college. Sessions range from one to four weeks in length and include the option to[…]

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