Are you a high school student? Have you wondered about a college major? What could be your future career opportunities? How can you finance your education? Then consider spending a week at Culverhouse and learn alongside a diverse set of peers.
Culverhouse holds two summer programs for high school students – Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) and Culverhouse Majors Awareness Program (CMAP). These exceptional programs are intended to give low-income, first generation, and/or underrepresented minority students a residential opportunity at the University and raise awareness of the vastly growing business society.
Students will participate in specially designed sessions including major specific presentations, leadership, team building, college admissions, financial aid, and more.
Learn more about the ACAP one-week rigorous residential experience for high school students who have an interest in accounting or business.
Learn more about the CMAP residential program which is designed to showcase all the business disciplines offered by Culverhouse.