How to Apply

We are looking for talented, highly motivated students who are passionate about the subject area, and who are ready for a rigorous program. We mimic the Northeastern undergraduate application review process by performing a holistic review—reviewing all areas of the application equally (academic, extracurricular, etc.). Application requirements vary depending on the type of program that you are interested in applying into:

  • Virtual Workshops
    • Application
    • Unofficial Transcript
  • Boston and Regional Campus Programming – Summer
    • Application
    • Unofficial Transcript
    • Personal statement*
    • Optional teacher recommendation
  • Credit bearing courses
    • Application
    • Unofficial Transcript
    • Personal statement*
    • Optional teacher recommendation

* The personal statement is your opportunity to share more about yourself and your interest in the program. You may choose your own style and format; there are no specific guidelines. In your statement you should describe your passion for the subject matter, your motivation for enrolling in this program, and what you hope to gain from this experience. Please limit to one page in length.

More Information

Visit our Boston Campus Programs page for detailed program information and dates.

FAQ

  • When will I hear a response back?
    • Our Boston and regional campus programs will be releasing admission decisions on a rolling basis. You can expect to hear back within three weeks of submitting your application.
  • How do I apply?
    • Applications for Boston and regional campus programs are open. Click here to applyApplications for virtual, credit-bearing programs will open in late April. As a reminder, the credit-bearing program is for rising seniors only.
  • Is there a deadline to submit an application?
    • For Boston and regional campus programs the deadline to apply is March 14, or until programs reach capacity. Apply by February 28 for a $500 discount on tuition.
  • Is my application binding?
    • No.
  • Is there an application fee?
    • No.
  • What are the instructions or guidelines for my personal statement?
    • The personal statement is your opportunity to share more about yourself and your interest in the program. You may choose your own style and format; there are no specific guidelines. In your statement you should describe your passion for the subject matter, your motivation for enrolling in this program, and what you hope to gain from this experience. Please limit to one page in length.