High school students are introduced to the art and design college experience through an immersive course of study. The program is open to high school students entering their junior or senior year and for recent high school graduates. Applicants must be 16–18 years of age by July 7, 2014. Exceptions cannot be made.
Note: All Summer Intensive Studies courses may be taken in order to develop a portfolio for the college admissions process.
View the Summer Intensive Studies Paris course list for information and descriptions.
This program is for college and adult applicants who have completed at least one year of college or are 19 years of age or older by July 7, 2014.
Many college and adult-level students enroll in the program to acquire the skills they need to reach academic and professional goals or to complement their full-time degree programs. Others enroll to build a competitive portfolio for graduate program applications and prepare for advanced study.
View the Summer Intensive Studies Paris course list for course information and descriptions.
All Summer Intensive Studies Paris students earn three college credits upon successful completion of the course.
In advance of registration, participants are strongly encouraged to consult an academic advisor at their home institution to confirm any details related to the approval and transfer of credits as well as fulfillment of graduation requirements.
Transcripts for Parsons students are issued by the Registrar's Office and carry the signature and seal of The New School. A transcript is confirmation of a student's permanent record at the university. Students who complete Summer Intensive Studies Paris may request that their transcript(s) be mailed to other colleges and institutions by submitting an official request to the Registrar's Office.