Our Host Institutions

Warrior-Scholar Project is tremendously proud to be partnered with some of the top colleges and universities in the country. Because of this, WSP is able to provide our participants with a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience the rigors of college and be inspired to maximize their potential. 

Yale University

Two-week course: one week of humanities and one week of STEM

Princeton University

Two-week course: one week of humanities and one week of STEM

Georgetown University

One-week humanities course

Texas A&M University

Two-week course: one week of humanities and one week of STEM

University of Arizona

Two-week course: one week of humanities and one week of STEM

University of Pennsylvania

One-week humanities course

University of North Carolina

at Chapel Hill

One-week humanities course

Harvard University

One-week humanities course

University of Notre Dame

Two-week course: one week of humanities and one week of business

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

One-week STEM course

Syracuse University

One-week humanities course

Cornell University

One-week humanities course

University of Michigan

One-week humanities course

California Institute

of Technology

One-week STEM course

University of 

Southern California

Two-week course: one week of humanities and one week of business and entrepreneurship 

Columbia University

 WSP STEM

Two-week course: one week of humanities in partnership with Columbia and one week of STEM taught by faculty from multiple host institutions

Williams College

One-week humanities course

Amherst College

One-week humanities course

University of Chicago

One-week humanities course

University of California​ Irvine

One-week humanities course

Address:

National Headquarters 

202-796-8777​

1012 14th St NW #1200

Washington, DC 20005, USA

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