FAQ

FAQ

●What are the dates of the Summit?

○May 17-21, 2017. Please note that these dates are inclusive of travel time. Depending on where participants are traveling from, additional time for travel should be anticipated.

●Where is the Summit being held?

○Sessions will held at the NYU Washington Square Campus. Due to limited availability, lodging may be offered on a case-by-case basis to students with long commutes or to students arriving to the Summit from a location outside of the United States.

●When is the application deadline?

○Please note that your application can only be submitted after your reference has completed the recommendation section of the application. The last day for students to submit an application is  11:59PM EST on Sunday, February 12th, 2017. No late applications will be considered.

  • Your application can only be submitted after your reference has completed the recommendation section of the application. Please ask your reference to complete the recommendation at least one day before Sunday, February 12th, 2017.

 

●Who is eligible to apply?

○Applicants must be matriculated  sophomores/second year or junior/third year students, in good academic standing and good judicial standing.

●When will I find out if I’ve been selected?

○We will notify all students of the status of their application the week of the March 20th, 2017. Accepted students who do not confirm their participation in time will not be approved for the program.

●What is the agenda for the Summit?

Coming soon.

●Where will participants stay?

○Due to limited availability, lodging may be offered on a case-by-case basis to students with long commutes or to students arriving to the Summit from a location outside of the United States.

●What costs are covered by the Summit?

○The conference will cover meals for all students and on a case-by-case basis lodging only for students who may require it due to long commutes or due to travel to the Summit from a location outside of the United States. Participants should plan to budget for spending money for any personal shopping, snacks, or activities outside of those organized by the conference. Participants are responsible for arranging and paying for their transportation to and from the Summit.

●Does participation in the Summit automatically excuse me from missed classes or other academic conflicts?

○No, it is not an automatic excuse. It is up to the participant to contact their academic advisor or faculty members to request any academic accommodations related to participation in the Summit, and to work with professors to make up missed work if possible. We will be happy to provide documentation of your participation to your professors.