Instructions for Applicants

Information for undergraduate, high school, and mentor applicants
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Students

York College of the City University of New York invites applications from qualified York students to participate in an exciting ten-week summer research program. Qualified students will join college faculty research programs, attend seminars, and participate in other exciting scholarly events. Stipends for qualified students are also available. Students participating in other summer research programs (e.g., LSAMP, MBRS, NSF) are not eligible.

Interested students should submit the applications. A faculty committee will review the applications and select the participants. The program starts on June 8th for undergraduate students and July 6th for High School students. The program ends on August 14th.

  • Undergraduate applications will be accepted until April 30.
  • High school applications will be accepted until May 31.
  • Undergraduates acceptance notifications will appear by May 15. 
  • High School acceptance notifications will appear by June 7.

Mentors

York College of the City University of New York invites applications from qualified York Faculty to participate in the Summer Research Programs funded by the US Department of Education. Faculty participants will mentor participating research assistants. The York College Summer Research Program is an exciting opportunity for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students to engage in a sponsored six to eight week summer research experience program. Qualified students will join college faculty research programs, attend seminars, and participate in other exciting scholarly events. Stipends for qualified students are available.

Interested faculty members should submit an application. A faculty committee will review the applications and select the participants.

  • Mentor applications will be accepted until May 31. Mentors who wish to participate in the vetting process should register before the deadlines for undergraduate and high school students, respectively.