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College Now Summer Program: ENGR1000
The ENGR1000: Introduction to Engineering Computer Technologies course introduces high school students to basic concepts and career options in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design Technology; Computer Systems Technology; Electrical Engineering Technology; and Electromechanical and Computer Engineering Technology. Over the course of five weeks, students participate in a rigorous program that includes class lectures, college-readiness workshops and weekly exposure trips relating to the class topics. Hands-on skills in these areas are developed and students use these skills to create an innovative product design that is unveiled in a marketing-style presentation at the end of the summer. The program covers the cost of tuition, books, supplies, metro cards and lunch.
Updates regarding our Summer 2022 program will be available in Spring 2022.
Required Registration Documents
- College Now Summer Application Form
- Parent Consent Form
- Off-Campus Travel Waiver and Release Agreement
- High School Transcript
- Attend a New York City DOE high school
- Be a high school Sophomore (10th grade entering 11th) or Junior (11th grade entering 12th)
- Have an 80% GPA or higher on your high school transcript
- Have a good record of attendance in high school
- Demonstrate CUNY Proficiency through Regents, SAT and/or ACT exam scores in Reading & Writing AND Math
Students must meet BOTH 1 (Math requirement) and 2 ((Reading/Writing Requirement) below, and register for the ACCUPLACER Math placement exam prior to acceptance.
1. Math Requirement. Students must have:
- Scored 70+ in Algebra I (Common Core) OR scored 70+ in Geometry (Common Core) OR scored 65+ on Algebra II (Common Core)
- OR Scored 530+ on SAT/Math
- OR Scored 21+ on ACT Math
*All Math applicants are required to take the ACCUPLACER Math placement exam to determine level of proficiency in college Math.
2. Reading/Writing Requirement. Students must have:
- Scored 75+ on ELA Regents
- OR SAT I Verbal score of 480+ or SAT Critical Reading score of 480+ or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) section score of 480+
- OR Scored 21+ on ACT English