# Spend two weeks immersed in one of 
    three subjects at Eastern.
      # Earn three college credits 
      transferable to most colleges.
      # Produce an original body of work 
      in your chosen field.
      • Participate in a series of college prep workshops that will help you analyze your learning style, manage your time, and learn techniques to help you get into the college of your choice.

      • Learn what it takes to be a sucessful college student.

      • Commute from home or live in Noble Hall, Eastern's newest residence facility. NobleHall has air-conditioned apartments with two-three bedrooms in each. Each bedroom sleeps two people. The residence hall also has fitness, computer, and study rooms, as well as full laundry facilities.
The Summer Institutes are designed primarily for students who will graduate from high school in 1998 or 1999. Students who have completed their sophomore year may be accepted with a written recommendation from a high school official.

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A typical day includes:
  • Three squares a day - breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Class time
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Activity time (including pool time)
  • Interactive and private study time to work on individual projects
  • Special events and trips around the region Note: students will incur incidental expenses (meals, entertainment) when traveling off-campus.