Honors Media and Culture
SPECIAL PROGRAM DISCOUNT!!!
(SEE PAYMENT INFORMATION FOR DETAILS)
Honors Media and Culture is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2018).
During Honors Media and Culture you will study the power of media, examine cultural narratives, and help tell important stories as you learn more about your own story. Distinguished faculty from across campus will lead you through a thought-provoking study of media and culture from a Christian worldview. You will read, write, photograph, edit, record, document, interview, and publish. Mostly you will think. The goal is simple: to broaden your worldview, one story at a time.
Three hours of university credit are awarded to all who successfully complete the program. This credit is transferable to the college or university of the participant's choice. At Harding, Honors Media and Culture credit may be applied to one of the following courses:
Honors Media and Culture will offer one session in 2017 capped at 30 students.
June 16 - June 30
Special Program Discount - See payment details below for more information.
Requirements for admission into Honors Media and Culture
1. Junior standing with completion of 12 solid units
2. Minimum composite score of ACT 21 or SAT 1060 (ERW+M)
3. Minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 (on a 4-point scale)
4. Completed application
Items needed for a complete application (all items required prior to being placed in your session)
1. Online application (below)
2. Recent photograph of yourself
3. High School transcript (minimum of 3.0 cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale)
4. Letter of recommendation from a teacher or counselor outlining your academic capability, and current leadership roles
5. Official ACT or SAT test scores submitted by testing agency directly to Harding (minimum requirement is composite ACT 21 or SAT 1060 ERW+M))
6. Immunization record showing receipt of 2 MMR vaccinations (State law requirement)
7. $250 deposit* (check or credit card)
*Deposit is applied toward the total cost of $795.00 (Qualified early bird discounts will apply to balance after $250 deposit). Students not accepted to the program will be refunded the deposit. Accepted students whose summer plans change for any reason by March 1, 2017 will be refunded the deposit. A change of plans after March 1 (other than medical) will forfeit the deposit.
You may submit by e-mail email@example.com or mail to Harding University - Summer Academic Institute, Box 10782, Searcy, AR 72149.
Can't remember what items you still need to submitted? Call us at 501-279-5272 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
-Final payments are due Thursday, June 1st
-If paying by credit card (Discover, MasterCard or Visa) please call 501-279-5272 during normal business hours
-If paying by check please make it payable to Harding University and mail it to the address below
Summer Academic Institute
Searcy, AR 72149-5615
-Special Program Discount ($100 off total program cost)
-Our office will be closed for the Memorial Day holiday Monday, May 29 thru Thursday, June 1. We will accept phone payments on Friday, June 2 from 9:00 am thru 4:00 pm.
Flying to Honors Media and Culture? Download the required Flight arrangements (pdf).
Registration will be held from 2-4:00pm on Friday in the lobby of the Reynolds Center on the Harding University campus. The GPS address is 915 E Market Ave, Searcy AR. There will be directional signs to assist you once on campus. We look forward to seeing on your arrival day.
Application (Now accepting applications for Summer 2017)
Submit a Letter of Recommendation
Information for Guardian/Student
Course Information (enrolled students)
All items listed here will be included in the pre-session mailing mid-May.
- Pre-session assignments will be posted at a later date
The first day consists of registration, a casual reception and orientation by the counselors.
The schedule of activities typically begin around 9 or 10 a.m. each day. Your day will include lectures, discussion groups, and interactive classes on a variety of topics relating to the central theme and much more. Evenings are filled with fun activities to give you an opportunity to relax and socialize.
Saturdays are full days as well with relaxed time constraints, and Sundays include worship time together.
The Honors Media and Culture session conclude after breakfast on your closing Friday. Students must depart campus by 10:00am.
All in all you are about to embark on a magnificent learning experience, which will allow you development in many areas.
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