Fairfield University is proud to offer a variety of options for high school students over the summer, including residential immersion programs, courses for commuting students, and online courses for college credit. Our programs offers students the opportunity to live on campus, earn college credits, and meet classmates from around the country – all while experiencing the excitement of college life.
Fairfield Pre-College Immersion Program
Our non-credit residential Pre-College Immersion Program allows high school students to experience college life on the beautiful Fairfield University campus while learning from some of our most engaging professors.
Fairfield University’s BASE (Broadening Access to Science Education) Camp is designed to engage high school, female students in hands-on, research-based experiences in the natural sciences and mathematics, in an effort to inform and excite students about the process of science.
Fairfield University Summer Scholars Program is a great way for rising junior and senior high school students to earn college credit through a dynamic residential college experience. Students can select from an array of courses in the sciences, arts, humanities, and social sciences while experience campus life.
Visiting High School Students
Commuter students can enroll in a variety of online or campus courses, earning college credit with our expert faculty.
A college experience is not complete without a residential component. High school students participating in the University’s Pre-College Immersion, Summer Scholars, and BASE Camp programs will have the opportunity to experience college life while taking advantage of the many amenities offered on Fairfield’s beautiful 200-acre campus.
We are honored and delighted to welcome your high school student into our community and look forward to providing a positive and rewarding summer experience. Learn more about our resources designed to help your child get the most out of the University.