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This weekend is our last class for the year. The office will close off by December 15, 2021. Many who are heading up for the January term, we need to do your visa preparations before the 15th.

Classes for the new term will resume on January 6, 2022.

We side with all the protesters who thought Rittenhouse's court case was a travesty of justice.

See you all next week.


Dear Sandra,

Do you ever wonder what the admission process looks like behind the scenes?

Today, Monday, November 22, at 5 p.m. PST, join us for a Case Study of a College Application. We’ll talk through what admission counselors are looking for and how different schools make decisions. You’ll also have the chance to review mock applications and analyze them with your peers.

I hope you’ll join us today to discuss what makes a college application stand out.

All my best,

Dev Devvrat Senior Assistant Dean of Admission


It's time to explore the issues that impact the world, make headlines and are important to you. Every summer, high school students from around the world join The School of The New York Times for a journey of exploration and discovery. In 2022, Summer Academy returns to New York City and Washington D.C. with a range of courses that will help students pursue their passions, challenge their perspectives, and think critically and creatively about the world.

Applications Open December 1. We encourage students from all backgrounds to apply and offer financial aid and full-tuition scholarships to qualified applicants.

What to Expect

The City is Your Classroom

Next summer, live and learn in one of the most exciting cities in the world. Study with leading thinkers in the cultural, financial and media capital in New York City, or immerse yourself in the center of politics, public policy and social activism in Washington D.C.Inspiring Faculty

Courses are taught by New York Times reporters, editors and other industry experts who bring real-world expertise, diverse perspectives and an ability to teach and inspire our students.A Diverse Community

Throughout the program, students will connect with classmates from diverse backgrounds around the world. We are committed to providing affordable educational opportunities through our financial aid and Diverse Voices Scholarship programs.

Applications Open December 1

Learn more about the application process, financial aid and scholarships.


Sandra, How many students get the chance to litigate a mock trial, participate in a medical scenario in a state-of-the-art simulation hospital, or get up close and personal with dolphins all while earning six college credits? Students explore their academic passion and consider their future career opportunities when they attend University of Miami Precollege. High achieving high school sophomores and juniors can gain an authentic college experience and earn six college credits in a variety of academic areas in the Summer Scholars Program. Or, for students looking to gain hands-on experience in a more condensed format, we also offer our incredible two-week non-credit UM Academies for an intense experiential learning environment open to freshman, sophomores, and juniors.

Click the buttons below to contact an enrollment advisor or to request more information. 2022 program dates:

Summer Scholars Program (Credit) For high school sophomores and juniors Three weeks: July 3 – 22, 2022 UM Academies (Non-credit) For high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors Two weeks: July 3 – 15, 2022 Remote program options (Credit and non-credit) Select programs available. Visit our website for more information.Scholarship Opportunities Need-based and merit scholarships are available for qualified students in the Summer Scholars Program. To be considered, eligible applicants must complete both the Summer Scholars application and the scholarship application. All supporting documents are required by March 1, 2022, for scholarship consideration. Students who meet the requirements for our need-based scholarship may also qualify for additional application fee reduction waivers. Learn more about scholarship opportunities. Students who apply before December 1, 2021, can use waiver code “EARLYBIRD” to receive 50 percent off the application fee.* Students are encouraged to apply early in order to reserve space in their preferred program. Click the button below to contact an enrollment advisor and request more information.


Dear Sandra,

We know that this has been a very challenging time for students and school counselors as you race to complete applications for early deadlines. Mail delays, late recommendation letters, and technical issues are just a few items adding to the stress of the college process. Due to numerous students requesting additional time to apply Early Action, and difficulties encountered with submitting supporting documents, we will keep our application portals open for Early Action until 11:59pm ET this Friday, November 19 for all students. Please note that all we need from students by November 19 is the application, and supporting documents may follow after by the school counselor. We can accept documents from you via email, and they can be sent to

In addition, we know that students are eager to receive their admission decisions in a timely manner. We will start releasing decisions for the Regular Decision pool in mid-January, and will continue releasing decisions twice per month in January, February, and March. This means the sooner a student applies and completes their application, the sooner they will receive their decision, merit scholarship award, and consideration for our honors program. We hope this helps your students as they plan ahead for the fall semester.

If you or your students have any questions about this update, please reach out to the Undergraduate Admission Office for assistance and support at or 617-573-8460.


Lark Krajeski

Director of Undergraduate Admission

P.S. Students may apply via the Common Application or Suffolk's Online Application.

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