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After watching current events locally and around the globe, Nova Southeastern University President George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D. has announced that all spring and summer 2020 classes will unfortunately NOT take place on NSU campus. Due to this announcement, Dean Elaine Wallace, Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine, has made the difficult decision that we are unable to hold AIM-High camp this summer.

We understand the disappointment which comes with this decision, and faculty and staff are currently working on an alternative on-line version. While it will not be the same, at least it will be a taste of AIM-High to tide you over until we can meet in person during the summer of 2021.

AIM-High Application Deadlines (full application must be submitted)

  • Early Admission - Extended until March 6, 2020.  Decisions to be issued within the month of March.
  • Regular Deadline - April 15, 2020.  Decisions to be issued by mid-May.

The application fee is independent of camp fees.  Applications will not be accepted unless they are complete. Please use the application checklist to ensure completion.

Essay: The following prompts (there are TWO)  should be completed in the boxes provided on the on-line application.   

  • Using only 3 adjectives, describe how others would characterize you. (first prompt)
  • In 300 words or less let us know why you want to attend the AIM-High program. Articulate specific reasons why attending a medical immersion camp is important for you at this stage in your life and what you hope to learn (academically, personally and professionally) through the experience. (second prompt)

Application Checklist:

  1. Application Form is open - to pay the application fee and then begin the application, click here
  2. Required Prompts (see above)
  3. Additional Scholarship Essay (the essay is only REQUIRED if you are seeking financial assistance)
  4. AIM-High Rules, Regulations, and Policies
  5. Participation Release of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
  6. Nova Southeastern University Parent/Child Video/Photo Release
  7. AIM-High Health Form (mandatory)
  8. Authorization for Medication/Treatment (mandatory)
  9. High School Transcript (copies accepted)
  10. $25 non-refundable fee 

For application questions, please email 

*Please note that applications cannot be accepted if they are incomplete.

Program Costs

Tuition of $1400 Includes:

  • 7+ hours of instruction each day
  • Social events
  • Rooming in NSU dorms
  • Meals, snacks, and refreshments
  • Interaction with NSU medical students and faculty

Payment Schedule: 

$700 initial deposit due May 1; balance due June 1. NSU Marketplace payment link coming soon.


 Discounts include scholarships and employee discounts (immediate family only).


All AIM-High participants are expected to stay on campus at the Commons Residence Hall.  The Commons offers 24-hour security, wireless Internet, and lounges for socializing.  Although all AIM-High students will stay in the Commons, male and female students will be separated into different areas of the residence hall.  Each participating student will be in a suite with 3-6 other students;  suite rooms are either singles or doubles, and each suite has it's own bathroom.

Visit the NSU Housing Website.

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