Business Units OFFICE OF SUMMER AND WINTER SESSIONS
to provide the TUP Program, a year-long initiative
The Office of Summer and Winter Sessions
expectations of higher education in the U.S. Special
oversees a large Summer Session program of undergraduate and graduate courses (more than 2,000 course sections serving more than 15,000 students) and a growing Winter Session (more than 100 course sections serving over 1,700 students) in New Brunswick. While helping students progress toward degree completion, the Office helps
to help conditionally admitted Asian students build English language skills and adjust to the culture and Projects also coordinates with undergraduate admissions and the Program in American Language Study to deliver the yearlong Pathway Program. n ewbrunswick.rutgers.edu/admissions/ summer-winter-sessions firstname.lastname@example.org
academic units generate more than $30 million annually to support their academic missions. Through the New Brunswick Summer Scholars Program, more than 120 pre-college students enroll in introductor y universit y courses for academic credit. Summer Session also administers
Summer Advanced Placement (AP) Institute for high school AP teachers, and develops
Established in 2006, the Summer Program at Rutgers for Kids is the only American Camp Association (ACA)-accredited academic camp program in New Jersey. It offers a one-week program to the Rutgers Future Scholars.
customized credit and non-credit programs for
SPARK serves many students from low-income
international students and professionals.
families in school districts in Rutgers home
SPECIAL PROJECTS The Office of Summer and Winter Sessions also operates the Special Projects unit, which offers the Gifted Education Certificate Program, a 15-credit, graduate-level program to help K-12 educators, administrators, and parents better meet the needs of gifted learners. This program is offered online and in partnership with the Graduate School of Education (GSE) to the public. In addition, an annual Gifted Education Conference draws more than 200 participants. The unit collaborates with the Top Universities Preparatory Academy
SUMMER PROGRAM AT RUTGERS FOR KIDS (SPARK)
RU TGER S DI V ISIO N OF CO N T INUING S T UDIE S
communities of New Brunswick and Piscataway, and attracts academically promising middle school students seeking to expand their horizons. Students learn in an academically and socially enriching environment with emphasis on handson experiments and fun. Offerings include courses in art, dance, English, public speaking, history, math, engineering, and science. SPARK has served more than 1,300 students to date, and combines the talents and expertise of 35 staff members each summer. email@example.com
Published on Oct 11, 2016
The Division of Continuing Studies (DoCS) is the central continuing education unit at Rutgers University. DoCS is a University-wide division...