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2015 Summer College for High School Students

July 5 (arrival) to July 31 (departure)

Get ahead this summer and earn college credit with academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer College for High School Students.  If you are a current 10th or 11th grade student, you are eligible to apply as early as December 2, 2014. This program, a four-week, credit-bearing program offered by Duke University, attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world.  Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide the academic and residential environment conducive to collegiate success. 

Why choose Duke for your summer college experience?

  • Earn college credit while studying in classes with Duke undergraduate students and international peers.
  • Enjoy an unparalleled residential program and make friends from around the world.
  • Choose from five evening film series to complete your academic experience and residential experience.
  • Experience authentic college residential life by living in an undergraduate residence hall on Duke University’s world-renowned campus.

For more information please contact Teresa Cerrato-Amador at or email Dr. Nicki Charles at nicki.charles@duke.edu.
 

For details about arrival and check in from noon to 3:00 pm on July 5, see pages 13 to 18 in:

Directions:

From Greensboro and Points West

  • Via 1-85 North: Exit onto N.C. 147 (Durham Freeway).
  • Take first exit off Durham Freeway onto 15-501 S. toward Chapel Hill.
  • Stay in right lane, and take second exit (#107), marked Duke Univ. West Campus, to N.C. 751.
  • Turn LEFT onto N.C. 751 S., and go under the freeway.
  • At fourth traffic light (Duke University Rd.) take a left.
  • Turn left on Towerview Rd.
  • The Wannamaker Dr. "firelane" is the first exit on the roundabout at the guard kiosk.
  • The main office is located in the Keohane 4th floor commons. (Google Maps)


From Richmond and Points North

  • Via I-85 South: In Durham, take the left-lane exit (#174B) for US 15-501 South Bypass - Duke University/Chapel Hill.
  • Continue on U.S. 15-501 to the fourth exit (#107), marked Duke Univ. West Campus, a right-lane exit for N.C. 751.
  • Turn LEFT onto N.C. 751 S., go under the freeway.
  • At fourth traffic light (Duke University Rd.) take a left.
  • Turn left on Towerview Rd.
  • The Wannamaker Dr. "firelane" is the first exit on the roundabout at the guard kiosk.
  • The main office is located in the Keohane 4th floor commons. (Google Maps)


From RDU Airport, Raleigh and Points East

  • Via I-40 West: Exit onto the Durham Freeway (N.C. 147). Take Durham Freeway to Chapel Hill St. exit (#13).
  • Take right on Chapel Hill St. Continue straight on Chapel Hill St. until it turns into Duke University Rd.
  • Turn right on Towerview Rd.
  • The Wannamaker Dr. "firelane" is the first exit on the roundabout at the guard kiosk.
  • The main office is located in the Keohane 4th floor commons. (Google Maps)


From Chapel Hill

  • Via US. 15-501 North. Take 15-501 North, marked Duke Univ./Med Ctr. Do not take 15-501 Business.
  • Take exit for N.C. 751 (#107) marked Duke University West Campus.
  • Turn right onto N.C. 751 S.(Cameron Blvd.).
  • At third traffic light (Duke University Rd.) take a left.
  • Turn left on Towerview Rd.
  • The Wannamaker Dr. "firelane" is the first exit on the roundabout at the guard kiosk.
  • The main office is located in the Keohane 4th floor commons. (Google Maps)
     

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