The next Summer Scholars session will occur in 2023.


A pre-college program designed specifically for rising high school juniors and seniors, the Summer Scholars Program at Regis College allows you to get a head start on your college experience and earn academic credit while still in high school.

Summer Scholars Overview

What is the Summer Scholars Program?

Students in the Summer Scholars Program spend five weeks taking two introductory courses in an online format with our dynamic Regis faculty. Upon successful completion of the program, students earn a certificate of achievement and six college credits.

Program Highlights Include:

  • Take two college-level courses
  • Receive personalized professional and academic advice from our industry-leading professors.
  • Meet new friends through engaging in virtual student activities and workshops.
  • Find out new interests, major options, and career paths.
  • Preparation for the college admission process.

Sample Courses

Previous Summer Scholar courses have included the courses below, more information about this summer courses will be available soon.

MT 203 Introduction to Leadership and Management

This course is designed to provide a broad overview of leadership and how to practically develop leadership skills. Discussion topics will include the dynamic role of leadership both within business organizations (profit/non-profit) and at the personal level. By investigating leadership and management through the study of literature, history, and other disciplines, students will gain a broad perspective of the conditions, people, and events that influence our view of leading others.

ID 230 The Interdependence of Healthcare Professions in the U.S.

This course examines the foundations of the present-day healthcare system in the United States and the roles of the different healthcare professions within it. The collaborative aspects of the healthcare professions along with trends and opportunities in the field will be addressed. Topics important to healthcare will be considered, including ethics, culture, professionalism, communication, and health disparities.

For More Information

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Regis Summer Scholars Program.

Program Co-Directors