Western Youth Programs Announces Virtual College Quest Program

Western’s Youth Programs is offering a virtual summer program for high schoolers this July, called College Quest Online. The program is designed for students entering grades ten through twelve. The cost of the program is $800 per student.

College Quest prepares students for success in college through a one-week course taught by Western faculty, as well as activities with program staff and the WWU admissions team. Students earn one transferable credit in the Behavioral Neuroscience 194 course taught by instructors Janet Finlay and Mike Mana.

The program helps bridge the gap between high school and college, giving students an opportunity to explore what college has to offer. Financial assistance is available for this program.

College Quest runs Monday through Friday, July 12-16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Registration is available online and the classes are held on Zoom. For more program information, registration and updates, visit wwu.edu/collegequest.

To learn more about Western’s Youth Programs, visit wwu.edu/youth, email youth@wwu.edu, or call (360) 650-4420.