Opportunities for High School Students

Young Scholars Program for High School Students

The Young Scholars Program offers academically talented high school students who live within commuting distance of Stony Brook the opportunity to complement their high school study with part-time coursework at Stony Brook. The courses are scheduled in the late afternoon, early evening, and on Saturday. In past semesters, course offerings have included Calculus III: Differential Equations, Spanish Composition and Conversation, Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Psychology, and Logical and Critical Reasoning.

For each course the title, credits, and grade will be recorded on an official Stony Brook transcript. The student may later use these courses toward a degree at Stony Brook or offer them as transfer credit at another college or university.

Applicants should have junior or senior standing with an average of 90 or above, should have taken honors and advanced placement courses when available, and have Regents scores in the high 80's or 90's. Participants must have the approval of their parents and guidance counselor or principal before acceptance into the program.

To obtain an application and description of course offerings, visit the Web site at http://www.stonybrook.edu/admissions/youngscholars or contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
118 Administration Building
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY
11794-1901
(631) 632-6860

Accelerated College Education (ACE) Program for High School Students

The ACE program offers academically talented high school students the convenience of enrolling in Stony Brook University courses taught in their high school. In past semesters, course offerings have included Introduction to Engineering Science, Principles of Geology, Intermediate Italian I, News Literacy, Oceanography, and Multivariable Calculus with Linear Algebra. 

For each course the title, credits, and grade will be recorded on an official Stony Brook transcript. The student may later use these courses toward a degree at Stony Brook or transfer the Stony Brook credits to another college or university.

To learn more about the ACE Program, visit the Web site at http://www.stonybrook.edu/ugadmissions/programs/ace/ or contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
118 Administration Building
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY
11794-1901
(631) 632-6880