Summer Opportunities













Gaucho Power Math Camp is a FREE two-week non-credit program M-Th July 17-27 facilitated by faculty members Ashley Nicoloff, Matthew Michaelson, and Susan High.  For more information on this program contact Dana Jiang or Adrienne Tabar or visit http://www.gccaz.edu/center-learning/math-camp

ACCUPLACER Test Preparation Workshops new at GCC North starting May 9 weekly on Tuesdays. In the event no participants are signed up for GCC North Workshops, tutoring in Math, English, and Reading will be available during the workshop timeframe. Workshops continue at GCC main as usual. For schedule and more details, please visit


This six-week, free program is designed to introduce students to in-demand careers in a variety of STEM fields. Students will be enrolled in ECE102, Engineering Analysis Tools & Techniques, and earn two college credits. The program runs Monday - Thursday, May 30, 2017 - July 6, 2017, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Lunch and snacks are provided. Hispanic, African-American and Native-American high school seniors graduating in May 2017 are eligible to apply.

Summer Bridge Program - for students who have participated in GCC ACE, Dual Enrollment and/or Hoop of Learning (HOL) and who are enrolled in Summer class(es) at GCC. The scholarship may cover up to two courses. Summer begins May 30. Fill out the Summer Bridge Program Application and return by the May 1 deadline. Any questions regarding the application can be directed to ACEPlus@gccaz.edu.
 
ECP Scholarship - for students who have participated in GCC ACE, Dual Enrollment and/or Hoop of Learning (HOL) and who are enrolled in at least 12 credits or more for fall 2017 at GCC. The scholarship may cover up to 6 credits. Fill our the ECP Scholarship Application and return by the August 4 deadline. Read more about the scholarship on the ECP Scholarship Application. For further information, contact Micheile Ujke at micheile.ujke@gccaz.edu.


Whether you already know a business degree is in your future – or you’re interested in exploring your options – our summer residential programs are a great and fun way to take your first steps toward exploring your future.

Through interactive team-based activities, mentoring from top faculty and students, and tips for applying to college, you’re invited to discover a future in business this summer.

Summer Experience at West:

Summer Experience at West offers students the opportunity to experience university life; the chance to explore careers and majors; the ability to conduct academic research; visit the Sun Devil Fitness Complex; meet ASU students and much more!

Students can select from an overnight program that runs June 6-8 for rising 11th and 12th grade students, or a day camp that takes place June 13-15 for rising 9th-12th grade students.

The priority deadline to register is May 5, 2018.

The University of Arizona Home

The New Start Summer Program is a six-week introduction to the best that the University of Arizona has to offer. While students spend these weeks getting to know the campus, they will also take two courses (6-7 units), meaning they start off half a semester ahead! Equally important, they will have the opportunity to make great memories and lasting friendships before other freshmen have even stepped foot on campus. Arizona residents get significantly reduced tuition and fees, and students receiving a summer Pell grant have all of their New Start tuition and program fees covered!

If you are interested in learning more, we encourage you to visit our website and check out all that New Start has in store. As a reminder, the deadline to apply for New Start is May 1, 2018.  





The Edge Summer College Program is a five-week, credit-bearing summer college experience held July 8 – August 10, 2018 for high school students moving into their junior and senior years. 

During the Edge program, students will have the opportunity to get an authentic college experience by attending college courses taught by University of Delaware faculty, participating in on- and off-campus curricular and co-curricular activities, and living in a state-of-the-art residence hall.

• If you are a good to average student, fifteen to seventeen years old, and have an interest in high tech, you should apply. You do not have to be an “A”  student, “B” and “C” students are encourage to apply.