Spend Summer 2019 at Five Towns College
Are you ready to make this summer transformational?
Whether you are a middle or high school student, a college student, or a visitor to beautiful Long Island, there is something for you to experience at Five Towns College this summer.
Long Island Summer Programs for High School Students
July 1 – 26 ( No classes on July 4 or 5)
Jam-packed with fun and excitement, Five Towns College empowers high school students with a one-of-a-kind, hands-on opportunity to challenge themselves academically and personally through a variety of intriguing summer programs:
The following programs are NOT running:
- Radio Broadcasting
- TV Production
- Digital Photography
- Acting for Teens
- Musical Theatre
½ day class = $475 full day class = $950
VIDEO: Check out FTC’s Summer Filmmaking Workshops
Summer Courses for Five Towns College Students
Summer Sessions at FTC allow students to stay creative over the summer and take courses during the non-enrollment period. Split into two terms, FTC’s Summer Sessions are comprised of a limited range of classes that help students accelerate or catch-up in their studies. New first-time, full-time Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) students are required to attend classes during the first summer session prior to the start of their freshman year. Click here to view course list. Contact the Five Towns College Office of Admissions at 631.656.2110 for more information and to discover which classes will be offered in summer 2019.
Summer Campus Living
Completely immerse yourself in the summer experience by living on FTC’s campus and joining our diverse, creative community. Summer residential students enjoy:
- Spacious, air-conditioned residence halls with private baths
- Comfortable single and double occupancy rooms
- Cable TV
- Dining facilities
- Gym access
- Soccer fields
- Other amenities
What’s Happening at Five Towns College this Summer?
FTC offers students of all ages, alumni, and visitors from around the globe unparalleled opportunities to pursue academic and personal enrichment through:
- Theatre and cultural performances at FTC’s Performing Arts Center
- The latest technology and equipment, such as state-of-the-art audio, film, and video gear
- The newly renovated Radio Station, WFTU, and TV facilities
- Ongoing music lessons
- Social events
- Much more
VIDEO: Here’s a teaser of the Theatre Arts Division students performing the spring Children’s Musical, Once on This Island; also, be sure to get tickets to the Summer Stock shows, including Brighton Beach Memoirs, The World Goes Round, Our Town, and The Putnam County Spelling Bee.