This page offers an overview of the status of programs and opportunities at Bryn Mawr College for Summer 2020. It will be updated as new information becomes available.
To add other programs or opportunities to this page, please send relevant details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated May 19, 2020.
Update: In-Person Summer Research
The College will not be able to have undergraduate students on campus this summer for in-person research experiences. Read the full message from May 18, 2020, to learn more.
Summer Research Opportunities: Remote Research Only
- Summer Science Research
- Hannah Holborn Gray Fellowships
- Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowships
- Pensby Fellowships
Note: If governmental and public health advisories permit, a few on-campus research projects may be sponsored starting July 6. Student stipends for on-campus research opportunities that begin July 6 will be pro-rated to reflect the shorter duration of the programs.
Summer Internships: Remote Internships Only
- Center for Career and Civic Engagement
Note: If governmental and public health advisories permit, some in-person internships may be sponsored after July 6 or in cases where the internship does not require travel.
Russian Language Institute (RLI): Remote Learning
Note: This applies to both the 8-week and 4-week options.
STEM Posse Immersion Program: Remote Activities
Note: If governmental and public health advisories permit, STEM Posse will also offer a one-week on-campus program in August.
Summer Student Employment Opportunities: As Permitted
Note: When governmental and public health advisories permit on-campus employment, opportunities will be posted.
Institut d’Avignon (France): Canceled
Note: Accepted students can choose to attend the Program in Summer 2021 and extend any financial aid they may have received to next summer. For further information about the Avignon Program, students should contact the Director, Christophe Corbin at: email@example.com.
Legim Tehi Tuma/Thinking Together (Ghana): Remote Learning
Note: Students will do projects remotely with their partners in northern Ghana in such areas as curriculum development in early childhood education and technology. For further information about this program, students should contact Alice Lesnick, Associate Dean for Global Engagement at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Students will study Arabic language and archaeology and engage in online cultural experiences. For further information about this program, students should contact Alice Lesnick, Associate Dean for Global Engagement at: email@example.com.
Travel (Research, Internships, and Other): Canceled
Update: Summer Research
- Learn more about engaging in library research over the summer and the status of on-campus laboratory research.
Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research (GSSWSR) Summer Sessions: Remote Learning
Postbaccalaureate Pre-Medical Program Summer Sessions: Remote Learning
Note: If governmental and public health advisories permit, required General Chemistry labs will begin on August 24.
Graduate Student Travel: Not Advised
Note: Graduate students who plan to travel are strongly urged to consult with the US State Department Advisory as well as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines and receive approval by the GSAS Travel Committee.