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Which Program is Right for You?

Explore our different program options

Arts & Sciences Programs

I'm a middle school student (in current grade 5th-8th).

I'm a current junior (rising senior over the summer) interested in living on campus, earning college credit and exploring specific subjects.

I'm a current junior (rising senior over the summer) interested in living on campus, developing a research project and earning college credit.

I'm a current sophomore or junior (rising junior or senior over the summer) interested in a noncredit program that allows me to live on campus.

I'm a current freshman or sophomore (rising sophomore or junior over the summer) looking for a general introduction to college.

I'm a current sophomore, junior, or senior interested in online courses.

I'm a St. Louis area high school senior looking to commute to campus for courses.

I'm a high school student interested in pre-med, which program should I choose?

All of our programs can be a great fit for a student considering medicine as a pre-professional track.

We also offer noncredit opportunities for students to explore healthcare across disciplines through our Exploration Courses as well as our Healthcare Continuum Institute. 

Through our enrichment activities, students have the opportunity to gain inside perspective and advice on pursuing pre-professional tracks.

I want to develop my leadership skills, which program should I choose?

Leadership development is a fundamental component for all of our programs. In addition to encouraging leadership in classroom activities, many of our enrichment activities focus on the development of key leadership qualities such as collaboration, self-advocacy and cultural understanding.

For our high school students, there is the opportunity to explore leadership further through our "Become a Leader" digital learning badge activities.

Other WashU Pre-College Programs

I'm looking for information about Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts programs.

I'm looking for information about Olin Business School programs.

I'm looking for information about Tyson Research Center programs.

Shaw Institute for Field Training (SIFT) and Tyson Environmental Research Apprenticeship (TERA)

*please note these programs are for Missouri/Illinois residents only.

I'm looking for information about the Division of Biology and Biomedical Science programs.

The Young Scientist Program: Summer Focus

*please note this program is for Missouri/Illinois residents only.

I'm looking for information about WashU sports camps.

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