Summer CAP (College Achievement Program) is a four-week program for students who require significant developmental coursework in English Language Arts and Mathematics. The program will serve as a bridge between high school and the freshmen year of college.
Students will begin the fall semester more prepared for undergraduate studies through:
- Intensive skill building in writing or reading.
- Intensive skill building in arithmetic or basic algebra.
- Completion of two three-credit college courses which will allow incoming students a successful transition to the rigor of undergraduate studies.
- Programming that promotes both individual growth and community building through academic, spiritual and recreational opportunities.
- "Provisional Students"- identified by admissions to complete two or more developmental courses
- Students identified by placement testing to need two or more developmental courses
- Students must earn at least a "C" in the fundamental courses before traditional admittance
Summer programs at ENC will be held from mid July through August
- Allows athletes to participate in the program without having multiple transitions between home and ENC.
- Students will be extremely busy leading up to high school graduation, and this allows important time for recuperation before the start of the summer program.
- Provides adequate time for students to complete placement testing.
For questions, please contact Summer Program Director Eric Clark at 617-745-3838 or at .