We accept applications from all high school students, but preference is given to rising juniors and seniors. Applicants must be in good academic standing and have no school suspensions on their records. No applicant is guaranteed admission to The UPCI Academy.
Applicants must be at least 15 years of age or older at the start of the program on June 19, 2017, to qualify for admission. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age or older to qualify for placement in the CB, CEBIG, TI, or WCRC sites.
The UPCI Academy holds its scholars to a high level of integrity. We expect scholars to act as honest, cooperative, and hard-working colleagues who are open to new ideas and challenges.
Those who are accepted into The UPCI Academy must agree to do the following:
- Honor the academic and ethical standards set forth by The University of Pittsburgh.
- Attend the full eight-week program (June 19 – August 4, 2017). Absences will not be excused unless written notification is submitted to and approved by program management prior to June 12, 2017 or in the case of medical/family emergencies. Attendance for the first and last weeks of the program is mandatory. Scholars will be excused on July 4, 2017.
- Report promptly to daily activities.
- Understand that The UPCI Academy may at any time dismiss a scholar whose conduct jeopardizes the community or is otherwise unacceptable.
Application Deadline and Materials
Decisions for the UPCI Summer Academy have been made, if you have not received a response, or have any questions, please email or call Solomon Livshits at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412 624 5534.
The 2017 UPCI Academy will run from Monday, June 19 through Friday, August 4, 2017.
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As part of your application, we ask for two references from people who can reflect on your academic and professional capabilities – especially in the area of science. Teachers and guidance counselors are good examples of people who can provide such references.
As a courtesy, you should always seek permission from your desired references to include them in your application before you submit your application. This way, they will know to expect correspondence from The UPCI Academy asking them to speak on your behalf. Furthermore, you should always follow up with your references once your application is submitted to ensure that they received all the necessary materials and may submit them by the deadline.