U of O’s Student Academy to Inspire Learning Summer Program Now Accepting Applications
UO SAIL pre-college program aims to inspire Oregon high school students to pursue, enroll and success in college.
This is a free week-long Residential program for rising juniors or seniors where students learn about various subjects from distinguished University of Oregon faculty members through fun social and interactive activities. Subject areas include: Art, Architecture and Design, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Journalism, Education, Psychology, Performing Arts, World language, World Cultures and more.
To qualify to participate, a student must be an Oregon resident enrolled in high school who meets at least one of the following criteria: Low-income: Your family qualifies for State Aid such as SNAP, TANF, FDPIR, WIC, etc. First-generation college student: Your parent or guardian did not complete a 4-year college or university degree Diverse or underrepresented background: Defined as an individual who feels not proportionally represented in college. A few examples are; women in STEM, students who are a part of the BIPOC community, students with disabilities, students living in rural areas etc. Unaccompanied youth: In state custody, foster care, homeless, or not living with family
Please contact RPA Counselor Justin Calbreath, email@example.com, if you have any questions and/or if you would like support in filling out the application.
Program description: sail.uoregon.edu/
Program options: sail.uoregon.edu/summer-programs/
Application: Sail ApplicationUO SAIL 2023-FAQs for residential program - Justin Calbreath (1)