UNC Chapel Hill Summer Science Enrichment Program

Are you or do you know of someone interested in a career in the sciences or pre-health? How about a summer enrichment program at UNC Chapel Hill to boost your resume and graduate school applications (all expenses are paid and a stipend is earned)?  
 
If so, a representative from UNC-CH will be visiting VCU’s campus on Monday, December 4th at noon in the Commons Forum Room to speak with VCU students.  Advisors and faculty, feel free to stop by to get more information to pass along to your students.  
 
Check out the information posted below and RSVP here if you would like to hear firsthand about the program before submitting your application.  
 

Gain the competitive edge with S.E.P.! Held each summer on the UNC Chapel Hill campus, the S.E.P. Program is an eight-week, honors-level academic enrichment program that targets first-generation, underrepresented minority, rural, and/or socioeconomically disadvantaged undergraduate students (rising sophomores and juniors) who seek admission into graduate/health professional programs. Additionally, Scholars will receive educational supplies, lodging on the UNC Chapel Hill campus, limited travel expenses (contingent upon funding) and a competitive stipend. During the program, S.E.P. Scholars:

  • Engage in more than 150 hours of classroom instruction in physics, organic chemistry, human physiology and quantitative skills/biostatistics.
  • Attend classes and seminars in reading speed and comprehension, test-taking strategies, essay writing, and interview techniques.
  • Visit local health facilities and network with health care professionals.
  • Shadow a working professional in their health field of interest.

Potential applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Have taken 3 college level credit hours in Math, Biology, and Chemistry
  • Be first-generation, socioeconomically disadvantaged, classify as an underrepresented minority, and/or live in a rural area in NC.
  • Be a rising sophomore or junior.
  • Be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.

The S.E.P. 2018 application cycle is now open.  Visit the “Apply to S.E.P.” page to begin your application today!