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College of Medicine

Medicine Summer Institutes

Mini-Med Summer Camp®

The Mini-Med Summer Camp is a three-week program that provides an opportunity to experience what it's like to be in medical school and beyond. Each morning begins with a lecture presented by a Drexel University College of Medicine faculty member. The remainder of the day is spent shadowing attending physicians and residents in the operating room or physicians' clinical practices. Students will come away from this program with a true sense of the daily life of a physician, as well as a strong insight into what it will take to achieve their goals.

Dates Session I: June 24–July 12, 2019
Session II: July 15–August 2, 2019
Residential No
Cost $2,350
Eligibility Rising high school seniors or entering freshman year of college
Deadline March 15, 2019 at 4 p.m.
Application Process
  • Refundable application fee
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Personal statement
  • Class ranking
  • High school transcripts
  • More Info Visit the Mini-Med Summer Camp website or call 215.762.6800.

    Neuroscience Camp for High School Students

    Drexel University's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies offers ambitious high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to participate in a range of lectures and laboratory experiences in neuroscience. Created in collaboration with the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, this exciting 10-day summer program familiarizes students with current topics of interest in neuroscience.

    Dates July 8–19, 2019
    Residential No
    Cost $2,000

    Rising juniors and seniors in high school; admission to the Neuroscience Camp is competitive. Preference is given to students with outstanding GPAs, interest in neuroscience research, success in their high school biology course, and extracurricular or community service activities.

    Deadline Applications due Friday, April 5, 2019
    More Info Contact Stephanie Schleidt at or 215.762.7749, or visit the Neuroscience Camp for High School Students page on the College of Medicine site for more information.