Students will have the option to live on campus, commute to the program, or attend classes virtually.
Residential students: For those students that choose to live on campus, you will be responsible for the cost of University housing and a meal plan, which provides 3 meals per day.
Commuter students: Students that choose to commute to the program daily can bring their own lunch including snacks or will be responsible for purchasing their own meals during the program.
Commuter vs. Commuter Extended
Commuter refers to students participating in the academic program from 8am-5pm each day. Commuter Extended refers to the commuter day program plus additional time, 5pm-7pm. The Commuter Extended day program gives commuter students the opportunity to participate in evening activities such as social and recreational group activities and have dinner in the University dining hall with residential students and MPP Academy staff.
The extended option also aids parents who are not able to pick up their children at 5:00 pm. Commuter and commuter extended students are responsible for the cost of travel to and from the program as well as individual spending money for souvenirs during college tours, medical school tours, and other program activities.
Residential students live on campus and are responsible for housing, meals, and any other living expenses. Students are responsible for the cost of travel to and from the program as well as individual spending money for personal hygiene needs, laundry, and souvenirs.
- Elementary students will have an opportunity to live on-campus in the freshman dorms during the “last weekend” of the 4 week summer intensive program.
- Parents are welcome to live on campus and serve as a volunteer chaperone. Space is limited.