Spots are available in Session 2 of Summer STEM
Updated: Apply by June 30th for Session 2.
No financial aid is available at this time.
Summer STEM will offer three-week virtual programs in design, engineering and hands-on problem-solving. Class projects will cover topics from current problems in civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering. Students gain knowledge in an engineering field and guidance to address a real-world problem by designing and engineering a solution. Students who attend the program and successfully complete the assignments will receive a certificate of completion from The Cooper Union.
Hear about Summer STEM from past students and staff in the What is Summer STEM? Video.
Class Projects: See Summer STEM 2021 Courses
Session 1: Class on July 6-9, July 12-15, and July 19-22 (note week 1 runs Tuesday-Friday) and student orientation June 30, 4:30 - 6:00 pm EST,
Session 2: Class on July 26-29, August 2-5, and August 9-12 and student orientation July 21, 4:30 - 6:00 pm EST.
Daily Schedule: Each session is three weeks and meets four days per week, typically Monday - Thursday. The daily schedule is:
10 am – 12 pm EST Class Meeting
1 – 3 pm EST Class Meeting
3 – 5 pm EST Program Activities, days and times will vary.
Admissions: High school students that are currently in 9th, 10th, or 11th grade during the 2020-2021 school year can apply.
Cost: $1585 per three-week session. Full and partial scholarships available; 60 or more scholarships will be awarded.
Note: Acceptance or rejection to the Cooper Union Summer STEM Program does not affect entrance to Cooper Union’s undergraduate program. However, your performance in Summer STEM may be considered if you apply to the undergraduate program.
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