Nearly 20 programs are available this summer at Illinois Institute of Technology campuses in Chicago and in Wheaton.
Want to learn how Google Maps work? Want to build a mobile app? Sessions about coding, robotics, computer-aided design (CAD), architecture, big data, pre-law, and micro-controllers and automation are just a few of Illinois Tech’s Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs.
The priority deadline is Saturday, June 1. Session start dates vary with some beginning in mid-June. Program time and dates vary depending upon the topic. Payment in full is required to reserve a spot in the program; however, if a student has financial hardship, the university will work with them on payment plans or financial aid.
Illinois Tech’s main campus (Mies Campus) is located near 35th and State streets in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. The Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus is located at 201 East Loop Road in Wheaton.