Costs & Payments
Application Opens January 6, 2020
2020 Program Tuition
|College Admission Workshop||
|Sustainable Futures: Farming, Justice and the Environment||$3,300|
|Women, Gender and Representation||$3,300|
|Summer Science & Engineering Program||$6,380|
|Creative Writing Workshop||$3,300|
- Tuition covers room, board and all academic costs, including books, classroom field trips, etc.
- Tuition includes the nonrefundable deposit.
All application fees are nonrefundable.
A nonrefundable deposit is due within 10 business days of acceptance into a precollege program.
|College Admission Residential||$330|
|College Admission Day Student||$170|
|Sustainable Futures: Farming, Justice and the Environment||$660|
|Women, Gender and Representation||$660|
|Summer Science & Engineering Program||$1,275|
|Creative Writing Workshop||$660|
Tuition for all programs is due by May 15. If you are accepted into the program after May 15, full payment is due immediately.
- All program deposits are nonrefundable.
- Tuition is nonrefundable after May 15.
- If an accepted student drops out after May 15, or leaves the program early for any reason, no portion of tuition will be refunded. Some extenuating circumstances may be considered if the parent or guardian submits a written request to the director of Precollege Programs.
Early Registration Discount
If you pay in full by April 1 and do not request financial aid, you are eligible to the discounts below (there is no early registration discount for the College Admission Workshop).
|Sustainable Futures: Farming, Justice and the Environment||$150|
|Women, Gender and Representation||$150|
|Summer Science & Engineering Program||$200|
|Creative Writing Workshop||$150|
The shuttle to and from Bradley International Airport is $35 ($70 roundtrip).
All requests for shuttle transportation must be received by June 15. You will mark your shuttle selection in the Supplemental Form.
Getaways are optional weekend trips that do not have an academic focus. Unlike field trips, which are included in the program, getaways require a separate fee. Getaways are nonrefundable. Students may elect to not go on the trip; however, the fee will not be refunded.
Smith Precollege Summer Programs financial aid is available to a limited number of participants and is awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and eligibility for the program. To be considered for financial aid, you must complete the financial aid section on the application and upload tax documentation.
The financial assistance application deadline is March 20. Applicant must have all materials submitted, including the their transcript and letter of recommendation by March 20.
Below is a list of the organizations and foundations that partner with Smith Precollege Programs. Some of these foundations work with high school students only from particular schools or communities where the foundation is located. Others work broadly, referring and recommending students from throughout the United States.
We value our engagement with these organizations. Many offer both financial support and ongoing relationships to their high-achieving young scholars, giving advice, support and assistance to students and their families through the Precollege application process.
- Achievement First High Schools
- Community Foundation of Western Mass.
- Girls Action Networks (limited to students in New York City)
- Holy Trinity High School (Chicago, IL)
- Jack Kent Cook Foundation
- Joyce Ivy Foundation
- Minds Matter
- Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)
- Opportunity Network
- Park Tudor School (Indianapolis, IN)
- Passport Scholars (Chattanooga, TN)
- Public Prep (limited to students in New York City)
- Reach Memphis
- Schuler Scholar Program
- Steppingstone Foundation (Boston, MA)
- Success Academies (limited to students in New York City)
- Summer Search
- Wishbone (limited to students living in Connecticut and New York)
- Young Women's Leadership Network (limited to students in New York City)