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Experience college life first-hand!
The Upward Bound/UBMS Summer Program is an incredible opportunity that gives high school students a hands-on introduction to college. This six-week residential program is offered at no charge to Upward Bound/UBMS participants and offers experiences and memories.
The Summer Program offers many exciting and challenging hands-on courses in areas such as
- English, sciences and mathematics
- Foreign languages
- Computer technology
- College prep
- Various Research topics
What are the expenses?
Upward Bound/UBMS is pleased to be able to offer the entire Summer Program at no cost to eligible families.
- UW student fees
- Room and board at UW
- Activities funds
Residence Hall Life!
Living on campus is an important part of the college experience, and the Upward Bound Summer Program provides free on-campus room and board at the University of Wyoming.
Students stay at one of the freshman residence halls where they can make friends and share
their experience with other Upward Bound students.
While staying at the halls, students will eat at the newly renovated Washakie Dining Center.
This scholarship set up by Upward Bound recognizes graduated seniors who have participated in the Summer Program and have shown exceptional commitment in pursuing their college-bound goals. The scholarship is a six-week residential program specifically designed to prepare graduating seniors for college and includes:
Room and board in UW residence halls
Textbooks and class supplies
Tuition for up to six college credits
Twice monthly stipends
Safety and regulations
We want to make sure that your students have a fun, but safe, Upward Bound experience. That's why all Summer Program participants are carefully supervised by trained Upward Bound counselors and instructors, both in their classes and in their recreational time.