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NC-MSEN Pre-College Program - Summer Scholars 2017

The NC-MSEN Pre-College Program at NCSU is providing a two-week non-residential summer program during the last two weeks of June and a one week program in Rocky Mount during the last week of July. The theme of our program: “DRONES AND STEM: YOUR EYES IN THE SKY”. Come join us this summer as we explore the world of drones. Our hands-on approach will include activities, labs and challenges that will expose students to drones and related technology. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to build, fly and compete with drones.

MSEN participant receives medal

MSEN participant receives medal

The NC-MSEN Pre-College Program at NCSU is providing a two week non-residential summer program from June 19 – 30 at NC State University and a one week program in Rocky Mount at NC Wesleyan University from July 24 – 28.

Please scroll down to find the application links for the NCSU – Raleigh program.

There are three other NC-MSEN Pre-College Program sites across North Carolina. Students may participate at the program site that is closest to their home:

Requirements

Students applying for the NCSU NC-MSEN Pre-College Program must apply online. Students must currently be in the 6th grade – 11th grade. Current 5th & 12th grade student are not allowed to participate. Fees are outlined within the online application.

Registration deadline is April 28, 2017 at 5:00PM.

Program Application


Here is the link for the Rocky Mount program:
Rocky Mount program application


Here are the links and information for the NC State University program:

Application Process

  • Review the policies and procedures
  • Complete the online application form.
  • Print and sign the consent and liability release form.
  • Get teacher recommendations: 2 recommendations from teachers using the MSEN Recommendation Form (one teacher must be a math teacher)
  • For middle school students, you must submit a report card from the 2016-17 school year that shows the child’s latest marking period completed (no PowerSchool reports please). For high school students, you must submit a transcript (an unofficial transcript will be accepted) to verify the child’s grade point average.