Northeast Catholic College is pleased to announce ten full scholarships for its 2019 Collegiate Summer Program.
Discover the joy of learning this summer at Northeast Catholic College.
High school students and recent graduates are invited to experience, for two weeks in beautiful New Hampshire, the academic community and life of Northeast Catholic College. The Collegiate Summer Program introduces students to liberal education through classic texts from philosophy, literature, theology, and political thought. In each of these disciplines, students learn how reflective inquiry can provide answers to the most pressing concerns in life and lead them to encounter the joy and demands of truth.
The program is based on a proven model created forty years ago by Drs. Peter Sampo and Mary Mumbach.
Though the academic courses and liturgies form the heart of the Collegiate Summer Program, there is also substantial time for leisure. Summer students climb Mount Kearsarge, visit the Museum of Russian Icons, canoe the Contoocook River, walk Boston’s Freedom Trail, visit Hampton Beach, dive into Shakespeare’s comedies, take in the local sights (a covered bridge and ice cream at “The Velvet Moose”), participate in a dramatic reading of Plato’s Meno, relax together around bonfires, dine together, enjoy films, swing dance, and more.
For more information on the Collegiate Summer Program visit: https://www.northeastcatholic.edu/admissions/summer-program/
If you are interested in applying for one of these scholarships, please submit:
- A cover letter including your expected year of high school graduation and how you learned about Northeast Catholic and our Summer Program.
- A 1-2 page essay that responds to the question: Why is liberal education important? or What is the importance of Catholic community?
Please note: Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until spots run out. Once you have submitted your application, if accepted, you will be prompted to complete the registration process in order to formally accept the scholarship.
Submissions and questions may be sent to Ms. Leah Palmer: [email protected]