Undergraduate Admissions

High School Programs

Hillsdale College offers several opportunities for high school students to study with our acclaimed faculty, both on Hillsdale's campus and in exciting locations in the U.S. and abroad. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office.

The Roots and History of American Liberty

Rising high school juniors, seniors, and talented sophomores are invited to earn college credit while studying with Hillsdale faculty in an intensive two-week summer travel seminar on the origins and development of the American experiment of liberty under law. Course destinations include Hillsdale, MI; Gettysburg and Philadelphia, PA; and Washington, D.C. Learn more...

Liberty and Learning Youth Conference

Students are invited to study the principles of Constitutional government and the Second Amendment with Hillsdale Faculty while practicing marksmanship at the Hillsdale College John Anthony Halter Shooting Sports Education Center. A Constitutional Essay contest will award one participant a $4,000 Hillsdale College scholarship. Learn more…

High School Study Abroad

Rising high school juniors, seniors, and talented sophomores are invited to study with Hillsdale faculty in one of three European study abroad courses offering three undergraduate college credits. Courses are focused in the fields of English, history, and classics, but are open to students of any future academic interest. England, France, and Italy are final course destinations. Learn more...

Summer Science Camps

Rising high school sophomores and juniors are invited to deepen their scientific understanding and appreciation with Hillsdale College faculty in camps focused on molecular biology, chemistry and physics, and mathematics. Students of all academic interests are invited to attend, with at least one year of respective study being suggested as preparation. An optional examination at the conclusion of the camp provides the opportunity to earn one undergraduate college credit hour. Summer Science Camps are made possible by a grant from the Donald L. Murdock Foundation.