SUMMER 2020 APPLICATION CLOSED LOGIN
COVID-19 Information: Brown University continues to closely monitor and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic locally, nationally and around the world. After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all residential on-campus and off-campus Pre-College Programs for Summer 2020. We will continue to offer online courses. Please visit healthy.brown.edu for additional information on Brown University's plan for a healthy and safe 2020-2021 year.

Policies

Brown University Pre-College Programs bring together students from the United States and other countries who share an interest in seeking academic enrichment and intellectual growth, and provides an environment that supports the pursuit of these goals.
To ensure that students have successful, fulfilling, and engaging experiences, students and parents/guardians are expected to read and abide by the codes and policies below. Students enrolled in the University’s Pre-College programs must be capable of accepting, and are expected to take, responsibility for their behavior. The Pre-College programs are committed to maintaining standards that are conducive to academic excellence.

Student Question or Concern Whom to Contact
Academic Course Instructor, Director of Pre-College Program
General questions [email protected] / 401-863-7900
Parent/Family Question or Concern Whom to Contact
General questions [email protected] / 401-863-7900

Principles of the Brown University Community

We, as members of the Brown University community – faculty, students, and staff – are dedicated to supporting and maintaining a scholarly community in which all share together in the common enterprise of learning. As a central aim, Brown University promotes intellectual inquiry through vigorous discourse, both oral and written. The fundamental principles that must necessarily undergird this aim include:

  • respect for the integrity of the academic process;
  • individual integrity and self-respect;
  • respect for the freedoms and privileges of others; and
  • respect for University resources.

In becoming a part of Brown University, we accept the rights and responsibilities of membership in the University’s academic and social community, and assume the responsibility to uphold the University’s principles.

Respect for the Integrity of the Academic Process

The rights and responsibilities that accompany academic freedom are at the heart of the intellectual purposes of the University. Our conduct as community members should protect and promote the University’s pursuit of its academic mission. We are all, therefore, expected to conduct ourselves with integrity in our learning, teaching and research, and in the ways in which we support those endeavors.

Individual Integrity

In order to ensure that the University can dedicate itself fully to its academic and educational vision, it is expected that an individual’s personal integrity will be reflected not only in honest and responsible actions but also in a willingness to offer direction to others whose actions may be harmful to themselves or the community. The University expects that members of the Brown community will be truthful and forthright. The University expects that community members will not engage in behavior that endangers their own sustained effectiveness or that has serious ramifications for their own safety, welfare, academic well-being or professional obligations, or for that of others.

Respect for the Freedoms and Privileges of Others

We strive for a sense of community in which the individual growth of all members is advanced through the cultivation of mutual respect, tolerance, and understanding. Brown University values and encourages individuality while also affirming the community dimensions of academic life. A socially responsible community provides a structure within which individual freedoms may flourish without threatening the privileges or freedoms of other individuals or groups.
The University is committed to honest, open, and equitable engagement with racial, religious, gender, ethnic, sexual orientation and other differences. The University seeks to promote an environment that in its diversity is integral to the academic, educational and community purposes of the institution.

Respect for University Resources

All community members must respect the general resources and physical property of the University. Such resources are assets in which community members have a vested interest, as these resources specifically support the institutional mission.


A. Code of Conduct

To uphold the Principles of the University Community, members of Brown University are required to abide by the following expectations while participating in Brown-sponsored courses and events.

  • A.1. Act as good citizens by showing respect and courtesy to all members of the University community, including fellow students, staff, instructors, campus neighbors, and affiliates.
  • A.2. Be truthful in personal and academic engagements.
  • A.3. Use methods of expression that are appropriate for a healthy living-learning environment. Obscene, derogatory, and abusive language is prohibited.
  • A.4. Uphold high standards of academic integrity, including producing work that is one’s own creation, and meeting intellectual challenges through honest effort and hard work.
  • A.5. Abide by the University's Statement of Nondiscrimination that prohibits discrimination or the facilitation of discrimination of any kind including, but not limited, to discrimination based on sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, status as a veteran, or disability. Participants must also abide by the Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment, Sexual Violence, Relationship and Interpersonal Violence and Stalking policy which outlines prohibited conduct related to nonconsensual sexual contact, sexual misconduct, and gender-based harassment.
  • A.6. Respect University and other community members’ property, including equipment, furnishings, and facilities (including but not limited to, residence halls, classrooms, athletic facilities, dining halls, indoor and outdoor common areas), and private property.
  • A.7. Behave in ways that do not expose oneself or others to injury or endangerment, regardless of intent.
  • A.8. Not commit, or threaten to commit, acts of violence on people or property.
  • A.9. Not engage in any form of harassment, bribery, or bullying. Harassment consists of any type of conduct (including but not limited to, cyber, written, verbal, graphic, physical, stalking, or sexual) which has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s performance, or which creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive learning or residential environment.
  • A.10. Adhere to all applicable federal, state, and local laws.
  • A.11. Understand and abide by all aspects of the Code of Conduct, University policies, procedures, and rules, as well as those rules and guidelines presented by staff and instructors during the program.
  • A.12. Not assist or attempt to assist another individual in violating the Code or University policies, procedures, and rules.

Failure to abide by this Code, policies, and practices here and on the Pre-College website, and applicable University policies, procedures, and rules may result in disciplinary action, which could include but is not limited to: a warning, restitution, consultation with parent/guardian, or in cases of serious or repeated incidences, dismissal from the program. More information about dismissals can be found below in this document.
If participants or parents/guardians have questions about the Code of Conduct, they should contact the Pre-College Program Office as soon as possible, ideally prior to beginning a program.


B. Academic Policies

Offenses Against the Academic Code may include

Excerpted from Brown University's Academic Code
B.1. Use of Sources
In preparing assignments, students often need or require outside sources of information or opinion. All such sources should be listed in the bibliography.
Citations and footnote references are required for all specific facts that are not common knowledge and about which there is not general agreement. New discoveries or debatable opinions must be credited to the source, with specific references to edition and page even when students restate the matter in their own words. Word-for-word inclusion of any part of someone else’s written or oral sentence, even if only a phrase or sentence, requires citation in quotation marks and use of the appropriate conventions for attribution. Citations should normally include author, title, edition, and page. (Quotations longer than one sentence are generally indented from the text of the essay, without quotation marks, and identified by author, title, edition, and page.) Paraphrasing or summarizing the contents of another’s work is not dishonest if the source or sources are clearly identified (author, title, edition, and page), but such paraphrasing does not constitute independent work and may be rejected by the instructor. Students who have questions about accurate and proper citation methods are expected to consult reference guides and speak with course instructors.
B.2. Copyright Infringement
Improper use of copyrighted materials can also constitute infringement of the Academic Code when it compromises the integrity of the academic process.
B.3. Creative Work
A piece of work presented as the individual creation of the student is assumed to involve no assistance other than incidental criticism from any other person. Students may not, with honesty, knowingly employ story material, wording, or dialogue taken from published work, including websites; film, video, and DVDs; radio and television programs; and lectures or other sources, without full acknowledgment.
B.4. Examinations, Quizzes, and Tests
In writing examinations and quizzes, students are required to respond entirely on the basis of their own memory and capacity, without any assistance whatsoever except such as is specifically authorized by the instructor.
Cheating on examinations and quizzes can take the forms listed below. The list is not exhaustive.

  • Engaging in other actions that undermine equity and reduce the objectivity of evaluation of student work
  • Having another person take an examination in one’s own name
  • Using unauthorized materials from which one gains unfair assistance during an exam
  • Appropriating an exam or exam materials without authorization
  • Missing an exam in order to gain an advantage
  • Copying another students' work during an examination
  • Engaging in collaboration or unauthorized assistance on take-home examinations or assignments

B.5. Laboratory Work and Assignments
Notebooks, homework, reports of investigations or experiments, and computer code projects must meet the same standards as all other written work. If any of the work is done jointly or if any part of the experiment or analysis is made by anyone other than the writer, acknowledgment of this fact must be made in the report submitted. It is dishonest for students to falsify or invent data.
B.6. Academic Accommodations
Students may request reasonable accommodations based on a learning, psychological and/or physical disability, including medical conditions, temporary injuries and significant food allergies. Please be aware that all reasonable accommodation requests will be considered, however there may be limits as to what can be provided without sufficient notice. We recommend submitting requests (via the Medical Authorization and Health History Form) a minimum of two weeks in advance of the program start date. Please email [email protected] or call 401-863-1015 with any questions regarding accessibility while on campus.


C. Proper Attire for Laboratory and Brown Design Workshop-based courses

Students participating in course work in laboratories or the Brown Design Workshop should keep in mind there are established practices for dress in these spaces. Closed-toe shoes or sneakers and long pants are required in laboratories and the Brown Design Workshop. Sandals, shorts, skirts or tank tops may NOT be worn in either of these spaces.


D. Computing Facilities & Internet Access

Brown has its own standards of behavior for users of its computing facilities and services (see Brown's Acceptable Use Policy for computing). All users of Brown's computing resources are expected to abide by the guidelines outlined in the document "Using Computer Resources at Brown," which students receive at Orientation. Brown does not actively monitor Internet activity, and takes no responsibility for the content students find while on the internet. Students will have access to all on-line materials. Printers located in the computing facilities may be used for course assignments only.


E. General Campus and Virtual Learning Policies

  • E.1. Students are expected to respect others. Violence, threats of violence, intimidation, bullying, stalking behavior, dangerous conduct, belligerent behavior, and menacing behavior are prohibited. Any actual or attempted unauthorized use of electronic or other devices to make an audio or video recording of any person without prior knowledge or consent is prohibited.
  • E.2. Students are expected to respect the community, including virtual communities and remote classrooms. Disruption and disorderly conduct are prohibited, as is unauthorized entry into buildings, spaces, or rooms.
  • E.3. Students must comply with fire safety regulations posted in buildings. Students must evacuate buildings immediately when a fire alarm sounds. Tampering with fire equipment, including fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and alarm boxes is strictly prohibited. Students may not prop open or otherwise tamper with a locked exterior door or fire doors.
  • E.4. Students are expected to respect property of the University and property of others. Vandalism, defacement of property, destruction of property, and moving or removal of property without permission of the owner or owners are prohibited.
  • E.5. Tobacco use, including smoking and smokeless tobacco products (e.g., vape pens, hookahs) is not permitted in any University building (including residence halls), within 35 feet of a University building, or at indoor and outdoor program-sanctioned events.
  • E.6. Animals are not permitted in any University building, even on a temporary basis, except for pre-approved service and support animals.
  • E.7. Students are expected to respect University officials and program administrators. Failure to identify one’s self, evasion of University officials, failure to comply with a reasonable request of a University official, failure to respond to questions from a University official, harassment and/or belittling of staff performing their duties, and disrupting Pre-College or University operations or authorized non-University activities occurring on campus are prohibited.
  • E.8. Students are expected to be in possession of their Brown issued identification card (Brown ID) whenever they leave the room and must immediately report any instance of lost or stolen ID Cards to a member of Brown Card Office or the Department of Public Safety (if after hours).
  • E.9. Students are expected to respect themselves by avoiding conduct that is potentially dangerous and/or detrimental to their physical, psychological, or emotional well-being. Should a student exhibit behavior which causes the program staff to have a concern for the student’s health, that student may be required to see a healthcare professional for a consultation at Brown University's Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services on campus, or an appropriate non-Brown affiliated clinic off-campus. If relevant staff determine that a student is unable to function independently and needs resources that Pre-College is unable to provide and/or is impacting the community, the student may be asked to leave the program. Should this situation occur, parents/guardians will be expected to pick-up their student within a reasonable amount of time.
  • E.10. Students may not use, possess, or be in the presence of the following:
    • E.10.1. weapons, firearms, illegal knives, ammunition, projectile launchers, BB guns/pistols, facsimile weapons, fireworks, explosives,
    • E.10.2. candles (including tealights), incense, grills, flammable liquids, gas-operated stoves, hot plates, toasters, toaster ovens, appliances with an exposed heating element, space heaters, air conditioners (unless medically authorized and registered with the University), torchiere halogen lamps, refrigerators in excess of 4 cubic feet, refrigerators in excess of 1.5 amps, and 100 watts,
    • E.10.3. motorcycles and vehicles (unless a Commuter student),
    • E.10.4 hoverboards, or Galaxy 7 phones.
  • E.11. Students may not use, possess, or be in the presence of alcohol, illegal drugs (including marijuana), or related paraphernalia when enrolled in an in-person program. Participants may use personal over-the-counter and prescription medication, but may not share with others or use other’s. Students may not use alcohol or illegal drugs (including marijuana) while participating in live remote instruction or educational programs.
  • E.12. The operation of motor vehicles by residential students is prohibited. Commuter students may only use motor vehicles for transportation to and from the Brown campus. Students who must commute to campus by car are required to purchase a parking permit from the Transportation Office. Students are not permitted to transport other students in their motor vehicles.
  • E.13. Pre-college students may visit other pre-college students’ residential spaces. They are required to comply with courtesy hours and quiet hours when in residential spaces. Pre-college students may not visit the residence halls of college-age students.

F. Residence Hall Policies


G. Disciplinary Procedures

G.1. Academic Offenses
If an instructor believes that a student in their course has acted questionably with regard to academic honesty, or fails to meet the academic requirements of the course, including attending the class, the matter should be brought to a Program Director in the Division of Pre-College and Summer Undergraduate Programs. A Program Director, after consultation with the instructor, student, and appropriate others (i.e. teaching assistants and/or Resident Advisor, the student, other instructors), will determine if a formal hearing is required. The Dean or Director will interview all concerned individuals and review relevant materials in order to determine whether a violation of the academic code has occurred. If so, the hearing officer will determine the appropriate penalty, which may include: reprimand; probation; loss of credit in the exercise; directed No Credit in the course; or dismissal from the program.
G.2. Non-Academic Offenses
In a case where a student, in the judgment of the residential staff, fails to meet the established expectations for social and/or residential conduct, or shows disregard for a member of the residential staff's directives, the case will be forwarded to Pre-College Campus Life for review.
G.3. Disciplinary Meetings
The disciplinary system is not meant to mirror the legal system. Rather, the principles of the Pre-College programs and the goals of balancing student education with accountability provide a philosophical foundation distinct from the legal system. Students will receive a charge letter describing the alleged violation. Disciplinary meetings are conducted by a program staff member. In determining whether or not the Code of Conduct and/or policy has been violated, the staff member will review relevant documents, interview potential witnesses and other parties, and will collect evidence as available. The finding of responsibility will be based on the standard of the preponderance of evidence. Program administration has the authority to take interim action with respect to a student's status pending a final disciplinary action.
In an effort to encourage students to take responsibility for their behavior and use the experience to make good decisions, parents may not be notified of a disciplinary meeting until the outcome has been determined. Parental notification may take place prior to the outcome of a disciplinary meeting depending on the severity of the incident or the severity of the potential sanction/consequence.
G.4. Academic Consequences

  • Academic probation
  • Loss of credit for an assignment: this penalty only applies in cases where academic dishonesty occurs
  • Directed no credit: this penalty for academic dishonesty results in a student to receive no credit, grade, or supporting documents for a particular course
  • Dismissal from the program

G.5. Non-Academic Consequences (May include one or more of the following outcomes not necessarily in this order):

  • Written warning
  • Probation (Note: Students placed on probation are notified in writing that any misconduct while on probation is likely to result in dismissal from the program.)
  • Housing assignment relocation or removal from housing
  • Restitution (for the repair or replacement of property)
  • Dismissal from the program
  • Educational accompanying terms (e.g. reflection paper, apology letter, policy review paper) may be included

G.6. Program Dismissal
Should a single serious violation occur or should a student endanger the well-being of themselves and/or others, a decision may be made to dismiss the student immediately and without prior probation. This includes serious infractions that occur during the final days of the student’s program. Such violations will result in withdrawal from the program without grades or record or certificate of program participation issued. In cases of serious violations that lead to dismissal, program administration may request the assistance of Brown University Department of Public.
Students dismissed from the program, whether for academic or non-academic reasons, are notified in writing. A parent/guardian is notified immediately after the decision of dismissal has been made. Students dismissed from the program are required to notify their parents/guardians, make travel arrangements, and depart from campus or a location-based program within 48 hours of the dismissal notification. In cases of sexual and gender-based misconduct, the complainant will be notified of the finding, sanction, and any accompanying terms that impact them.
Students dismissed from the program are responsible for checking out of their room under the supervision of a residential staff member. If a student or parent is not able to pack their belongings, a moving company will be contracted by the University to inventory, pack, and ship the student’s belongings at the student’s own expense. The University is not responsible for any lost or damaged items.
Students who have been dismissed from any Brown Pre-College program for academic, social, or residential violations will receive no refunds of any deposits or fees. Grades, Course Performance Reports, or Certificates of Completion will not be issued to a student who has been dismissed.
G.7. Appeals
If interested in appealing the decision in a case, the student may appeal, setting out the reason(s) for the appeal, within 24 hours of notification of the hearing outcomes. Appeals shall be submitted to the Dean for Pre-College and Summer Undergraduate Programs.
Appeals will only be considered on one or more of the following grounds:

  1. The student is presenting relevant new evidence that was not available at the time of the hearing.
  2. The student is able to demonstrate a substantial procedural error by the hearing body/officer.

Students are typically notified of the outcome of the appeal within 24 hours from the time of submission. During the appeal process, the findings are in effect, (i.e. a student who is given probation is on probation, or if dismissed, the student will not be allowed to attend class, and may be temporarily moved out of their residence halls). The final decision of the Dean may not be appealed.


H. Financial Policies

Last Updated: May 7, in response to COVID-19

H.1. Payment Deadlines: Payment is due in full two weeks prior to your online course start date. If you are enrolled in multiple online courses with different start dates, payment is due two weeks before the start of the earliest course.

  Payment Deadline
Courses beginning June 15, 2020 June 1, 2020
Courses beginning June 22, 2020 June 8, 2020
Courses beginning June 29, 2020 June 15, 2020
Courses beginning July 6, 2020 June 22, 2020
Courses beginning July 20, 2020 July 6, 2020
Pre-Baccalaureate Program June 17
(electronic billing statements will be sent out June 1)
Students enrolled after their stated payment deadline Due upon enrollment

H.2. Billing Information

Students (with the exception of Pre-Baccalaureate students*) will receive Student Account Activity Notifications (SAANs) via their official Brown email address beginning again in mid-May. SAANs will be sent weekly to any students who have had changes to their charges, payments, or enrollment since the last notification. The notification will direct students to e-Bill, Brown University’s electronic billing system. It is important to note that formal billing statements will not be sent to students/families. Students are responsible for viewing and paying their balances on the e-Bill website.

Students have the ability to add their parent/guardian as an authorized user to their e-Bill account. It is strongly recommended that students set up parents/guardians as authorized users so they can view, pay, and monitor the student account balance. Please click on this link for step-by-step instructions regarding use of the e-Bill system. (Installment payment plans are not available for summer programs/courses.) E-bill will allow you to:

  • View, print, and download (as a pdf) your student account balance and transaction history;
  • Make payment via U.S. checking or savings account;
  • Set up authorized users to view and make payments on your account;
  • Add an alternative email address to which notices will be sent;
  • Set up a refund account for the fastest possible refund in the event of overpayment.
  • PLEASE NOTE: In order for the student to access the electronic billing system, they must first activate their Brown account. All enrolled students eligible to receive a billing statement will be sent email instructions on how to activate their Brown account. If you have any questions regarding your activation email notice, please email [email protected].

    * Pre-Baccalaureate students will receive their first electronic billing statement in late May.

H.3. Payment Information

Brown University accepts account balance payments by check (drawn on a U.S. bank), wire, or electronic transfer (ACH). Brown University does not accept credit card payments for student account charges other than application fees and deposits.

Online Electronic Payments (ACH) – preferred payment method for account balances for domestic students.
ACH is accepted for student account balances only. ACH payments are made by the student or authorized user via the e-Bill electronic billing system, at http://payment.brown.edu. An authorized user should be a family member and not an outside agency, as privileged student account information can be viewed within eBill. ACH payments can be scheduled for processing on the day of access or at a future date. Please note that a debit card number or corporate account is not acceptable for the purposes of ACH transactions. Only U.S. personal checking or savings accounts are accepted. Electronic Payments will post real time to the student’s account and may take up to 48 business hours to post against the student/family's bank account.

International Wire Transfers – preferred payment method for account balances for international students.
Brown University has partnered with Flywire to offer a streamlined and cost-saving way for students/families to make international tuition payments. With this partnership, students/families are offered favorable foreign exchange rates, the ability to pay in their home currency (in most cases) and savings compared to traditional banks. In addition, students/families will be able to track their payment(s) via Flywire's dashboard and will be notified via email (and/or text) when payment is received by Brown. Flywire offers around-the-clock multilingual support, via chat, phone, and email. For more information, or to initiate a payment, please visit the website: https://www.flywire.com/pay/brown.

Check Payments – Important New Information in Response to COVID-19

  • Application Fee and Deposit Payments
    Personal Checks and Money Orders will NOT be accepted at this time for application fees or deposits; instead, payment should be made by credit card via our student portal.
  • Student Account Balance Payments
    The University will continue to accept Personal Checks and Money Orders for student account balances, though these payment methods are discouraged. Due to limited staffing on campus that will cause significant delays in processing, families paying by check or money order should send payment a minimum of four weeks before their course start date. If payment is not received by the payment deadline, the student will lose their place in the program. We are not able to make accommodations for delays in the mail or processing. For these reasons, we encourage families to pay by ACH electronic payment whenever possible, especially during this time.

    Checks should be made payable to Brown University and include the student's name and Banner ID number. Payments must be made in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank. Post-dated checks will not be accepted.

If you're required to pay your student account balance by check, and cannot make payment via ACH, payment should be sent to:
Brown University
Cashier's Office
69 Brown Street, 2nd Floor
Box 1911
Providence, RI 02912

H.4. Additional Fees
Students may be subject to miscellaneous fees in addition to the standard fees listed in their Course Cart.

  • H.4.a. Returned ACH or Check Payment: $20. A returned check or ACH fee is assessed for payments returned by Brown’s bank due to insufficient funds, a missing or incorrect bank account number, or because the payer stopped the payment.
  • H.4.b. Academic Records: Pre-Baccalaureate students are charged a $10 Academic Records Fee, which covers the cost of any requested transcripts for life. More information can be found at the Registrar Office Website here: Registrar - Transcripts
  • H.4.c. Late Payment Charge: Pre-Baccalaureate account balances that are not paid in full by the payment deadline may be subject to a late payment charge.

H.5. Refund Policies

H.5.A Refund Policy related to COVID-19

In the event that a program is cancelled due to low enrollment or for reasons outside of the University's control, program deposits will be refunded. The application fee, international fee, and program related costs not billed by Brown University (e.g., travel, books, etc.) are non-refundable.

You will be issued a full refund, minus the application fee and international fee (if applicable), should your travel to our Pre-College Program be disrupted by:

  • Travel bans or Level 3 warnings put in place by the RIDOH or CDC
  • Personal COVID-19 illness or quarantine
  • Inability to secure a visa
  • Suspension of major airline carrier services

H.5.B Standard Refund Policy

Application fees, program deposits, and international processing fees are non-refundable.

All credit balances are subject to account review. Please be aware that many students incur additional fees while on campus. Therefore, refunds are typically processed three weeks after the completion of a program. Students who have a sizable credit balance prior to their arrival on campus may submit a refund inquiry to [email protected].

If a student withdraws from a program, the program deposit is non-refundable. In the event that a program is cancelled due to low enrollment or for reasons outside of the University's control, program deposit and fees already paid (with the exception of the international processing fee) will be refunded. The application fee and program related costs not billed by Brown University (e.g., travel, books, etc.) are non-refundable.

A refund will be processed based on the withdrawal date as noted below.

Summer 2020 Pre-College Program Withdrawal Date Refund
[email protected] 1- and 2-week course Before class starts 100%
On or before second day of class 70%
After second day of class 0%
[email protected] 3- and 4-week course Before class starts 100%
During the first week of class 75%
After the first week of class 0%
Leadership Institute Before class starts 100%
On or before second day of class 70%
After second day of class 0%
BELL: Alaska May 20 or before 100%
May 21 - May 27 50%
After May 27 0%
BELL: Rhode Island May 20 or before 100%
May 21 - May 27 50%
After May 27 0%
BELL: Florida May 20 or before 100%
May 21 - May 27 50%
After May 27 0%
Washington, D.C. / National Institutes of Health May 20 or before 100%
May 21 - May 27 50%
After May 27 0%
Rome, Italy N/A  
Segovia, Spain N/A  
[email protected] Online Before class starts 100%
On or before fifth day of class 50%
After fifth day of class 0%
STEM for Rising 9th and 10th Grade Students Before class starts 100%
On or before second day of class 70%
After second day of class 0%
Pre-Baccalaureate Program (7-week credit courses) June 24 or before 100%
June 25 - June 28 80%
June 29 - July 3 50%
July 4 or after 0%
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