Summer in NYC
May 30 -July 28, 2017
The Urban Semester Summer Program is an experience based learning program. Students learn through a cycle of experience and reflection. Over the course of nine weeks, students learn how to implement experience-based learning techniques and perspectives to enhance their competencies as initiates of professional practice.
Students spend four days per week at their placement sites and one with their course instructor, taking part in planned and mandatory activities that include seminars, discussions with a variety of professionals, and site visits. HE 4060 students will meet with Dr. Sam Beck. HE 4080 and HE 4090 students will meet with Marianne Cocchini.
To apply, Cornell students must complete this online application and the enrollment form mentioned just below.
The total program charge is $5,440. To enroll in the program, students must complete the enrollment form and bring it, with a $500 nonrefundable deposit (check on U.S. bank or money order), to B20 Day Hall. Final tuition payment of $4,940 is due May 5, 2017.
Housing and meals are not included in the program charge. Students are responsible for finding their own housing; a variety of housing options are available.
Scholarships are available to qualifying students via the Iscol Summer Internship Program.
Human Ecology Career Development Center
162 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-4401
Telephone: 607 255-1846
Call the New York City Urban Semester Program office at 212-746-2273