Getting ready for college? Thinking about making campus visits? You’re not alone – according to an Art & Science Group poll, 65% of students say visits to schools are the most influential source of information in deciding where to apply and where to attend.
With the College Board recommending that students apply to 5-8 colleges, fitting in a visit to each campus can be a challenge. That’s why iD Tech Camps’ expansion of university locations is good news – with 13 new summer programs this year, bringing the total number of iD programs to a grand total of 78, students have more options than ever for sampling campus life.
“A college campus is the perfect place for younger students to supplement their education,” explains iD Tech Camps CEO Pete Ingram-Cauchi. “It’s a natural choice for us to host our programs on campus.”
New prestigious schools joining the list of universities that host iD programs include Yale University, Duke University, Amherst College, and the University of Texas at Austin. iD also has new summer camps in Nevada, with UNLV hosting programs, and new summer camps in New Mexico, with the University of New Mexico acting as host.
Counting the new additions, iD now has a presence at 7 of the top 10 national universities ranked by the U.S. News & World Report. It makes an ideal way for today’s busy students to sample college life at prestigious universities, while at the same time learning the skills necessary to get into those top schools.
Note: Many of our locations have recently become available for registration – check out dates and courses at these new additions: UT Austin, Princeton, Merrimack College, Sacred Heart University, and TCU. View all locations.