Summer Scholars - residential courses for high school students
Welcome to Summer Scholars, Cedarville's residential College Now option! Whether you are new to College Now or have already completed course work at Cedarville, Summer Scholars will be a highlight of your summer break.
Summer Scholars provides high school students with the opportunity to experience college life and earn 3 hours of college credit. Choosing one of five classes, you'll study with a top Cedarville University professor in a small class setting while you enjoy campus life for two weeks.
Check out this video to learn more and to hear from our esteemed professors and Summer Scholars alumni.
Who: Students planning to graduate from high school in 2022 or 2023
What: Choose one of five fast-track general education courses; live on campus; enjoy study sessions and fun activities with new friends
Date: Saturday, June 12- Saturday, June 26, 2021
Where: Cedarville's beautiful campus in southwest Ohio
How Much: The cost to attend Summer Scholars is $999. This includes tuition* for your 3-credit course ($175/credit hour), housing and meals ($474), and all activities.
*Ohio students may qualify for free tuition through College Credit Plus. Check with your high school guidance counselor!
Exciting Course Options ‡
BTGE 1725 The Bible and the Gospel
ECON 2110 Essentials of Economics
GSS 1100 Politics and American Culture
HIST 1120 U.S. History II
PYCH 1600 General Psychology
Study with a top Cedarville University professor ‡
Dr. J. Michael McKay,
Assistant Professor of Biblical Theology in the School of Biblical and Theological Studies
Dr. John Tarwater, Assistant Professor of Finance in the School of Business Administration
Dr. Mark C. Smith, Professor of Political Science, Chair of the Department of History and Government. and Director of the Center for Political Studies
Dr. Robert Clark, Assistant Professor of History in the Department of History and Government
‡ These courses and faculty are subject to change due to faculty availability
High School Graduates:
High school graduates should contact their university admissions counselor for information on how to attend June Session as an early-start freshman.