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Summer registration open now for debate and pre-college programs at Emory University

The mad scramble to figure out summer schedules has begun. While a number of the camps listed on the Summer Programs page of this site aren’t registering for 2012 yet, two that have begun accepting applications are Emory University’s Pre-College Program and the Emory National Debate Institute.

Pre-College is for rising high-school juniors and seniors. The program offers two-week, non-credit sessions, as well as six-week sessions that can earn college credit in such courses as writing, math, economics, foreign language and more. Students can commute to the campus or can live in a residence hall. (All of the two-week sessions have a residential option; only one of the two six-week sessions allows students to live on campus.) Admission to the program is on a rolling basis, so applying early is encouraged. The final application deadline is May 15. Need-based financial aid is available; the deadline to apply for aid is April 1.

The Emory National Debate Institute has two-week, four-week and six-week programs for high-school students, available on a residential or commuter basis. The application deadline is April 1, but as with Pre-College, spaces are filled as applications are received, so some programs could close earlier. ENDI also offers a program for middle-school students through Pace Academy’s summer camps. (However, Pace’s summer information isn’t up yet.)

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