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Academically strong high school students (rising juniors or seniors) can take summer session classes if they meet UMBC’s high school concurrent enrollment requirements.   Most credits earned can be applied to degree programs at UMBC or are transferable to other colleges/universities.

For more information about Concurrent Enrollment for high school students, contact:

Lori Smith-Watson
Assistant Director Special and Target Population

Be sure to review the academic and financial dates and deadlines for summer session.

Non-credit Summer Enrichment Programs

SEA: UMBC Summer Enrichment Academy.

Non-credit academic workshops, courses, and camp programs for middle and high school students

UMBC's Summer Enrichment Academy (SEA) provides middle and high school students a stimulating introduction to the college experience with opportunities in science, engineering, technology, the arts and humanities, all led by UMBC faculty, industry professionals and graduate students. Designed to spark our students’ deepest passions and interests, SEA offers a variety of rigorous/engaging 1 and 2 week summer workshops and camp programs.

For more information, contact the SEA program.