Prospective Students

Pre-College Programs

Engineering Innovation (EI) Summer Program at Loyola University Maryland

We invite high school students with curiosity for learning and an aptitude in math and science who are interested in science and engineering to apply for the summer program in Engineering Innovation (EI).  This program is a collaboration with Johns Hopkins University (JHU) that will be held at the Evergreen campus of Loyola University Maryland.   High school students participating in this summer program will earn three course credits issued by JHU.   To register for this program please see the following link, and select Loyola University Maryland as one of your preferred sites to attend the 2016 EI summer program.  

About Engineering Innovation (EI)

EI Application

Loyola Site (on JHU)

Next Step

The Natural Sciences Division of Loyola University Maryland in collaboration with Roland Park Country School(RPCS) runs one summer of a three year program for girls from city schools, who have aptitude and interest in STEM. The program spans five to six weeks. Each week has a different STEM theme and is run by the associated science department. Once a week the participants attend and participate in the luncheon seminars given by the undergraduate researchers in Loyola's Hauber program. The program topics include computer science, engineering, physics, chemistry and mathematics. Some years biology participates and the students are given lectures with laboratory experiences. For more information, please visit Next Step.

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National Center for Women & Information Technology Aspirations Program

The computer science department of Loyola University Maryland, in collaboration with University of Maryland College Park and University of Maryland Baltimore County, have partnered with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) to organize an award for high school girls (grades 9-12) interested in computing. Award winners and runners-up will be selected from high schools in Maryland and Delaware, and every applicant will be considered for the national award. Applicants will be judged on these qualities: aptitude and interest in information technology and computing, leadership skills, academic history, and plans for post-secondary education. All high school girls are encouraged to apply. Due date for applications will be accepted until November 4, 2015. Visit Aspirations for more info.

Maryland Out of School Time (MOST) Network's report on Baltimore’s STEM Landscape

This helpful document contains:

  • A narrative based on the synthesis of survey data and key stakeholder interviews
  • MOST’s recommendations for Baltimore’s STEM Ecosystem
  • A Baltimore City STEM Directory featuring STEM programs offered by local universities and community organizations
  • Spreadsheets detailing all 195 schools (based on ’13-’14 SY data) and their participation in
    • Formal (in school) STEM
    • Informal (out of school time) STEM
    • STEM Competitions

To view the document: Landscaping Baltimore’s STEM Ecosystem

STEMnet (Maryland’s STEM Innovation Network) is an online platform that provides cutting-edge resources, tools, programs, and workforce connections to strengthen STEM teaching and learning. For more information: http://www.thestemnet.com/programs