Please visit the AIM High website and select the application process tab scroll down to the bottom and click where is says click here to pay $25.00 application fee. (The application fee is Mandatory and must be paid in order to apply to the program). The link will be listed on the website once applications open in January 2022.
It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that the students use their personal email address and not a school issued email address due to security restrictions and our application platform.
The link for the application fee will be become available in January 2022.
Please refer to the website for further details.
Once the application fee has been processed, you will be sent an email with a private link to complete the on-line application. Please allow for 48-72 (excluding weekends and holidays) hours to receive the application link. The application cannot be accessed without first paying the $25 application fee. The link to the application will be sent to the students’ email and can only be accessed using the student’s email address.
The application process is ongoing, and slots are not given on first come first serve basis. As part of the process, students will participate in a 30-minute interview via Zoom.
You will be notified via email if you are selected for the program.
Application fees are non-refundable even if an application is rejected or waitlisted or in the event of force majeure.
No, applications are open to residents of Florida as well as out of state applicants.
No, we do not accept international students currently.
Tuition of $1200 & Includes:
Tuition of $1800 & Includes:
Deadline for application is April 1, 2022.
No, we will accept copies of your transcript.
Acceptance letters will be sent via email.
We offer needs-based scholarships, but they are limited and apply to Florida residents only. In order to apply for a scholarship student must submit an essay:
*Discounts are offered to NSU employees but apply to immediate family members only.*
*We do not offer discounts for NSU alumni or siblings of current NSU students.*
Scholarships are need-based, and applicants must submit a one-page essay describing why they are applying for a needs-based scholarship. Applicants should consider including information specific to familial circumstances that might make participation in AIM-High difficult without a scholarship. (The essay must be typed, single-spaced and submitted along with the application.)
If you receive a full scholarship the cost of the camp is covered in full. If you receive a partial scholarship, you will be responsible for the remaining balance of the camp fee.
We accept all major credit cards/debit cards, money order or cashier’s check. (Personal checks and cash are NOT accepted.)
A copy of the schedule will be provided upon check-in to the accepted student information on our website prior to the start of camp. All students will also receive a copy of the schedule along with other camp materials upon check-in.
No, you must choose one session or the other.
The same material is covered both weeks there is no difference.
No, this program is only available to rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors in high school.
You must have completed your Freshman year in high school to be eligible to attend the camp.
Meals, snacks, and refreshments will be served daily and students will have a variety of options available.
Shark Dining caters to all diets. Kosher, vegan and vegetarian options are also available.
All AIM-High Session II participants are expected to stay on campus at the Commons Dorm. 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 to 4 other students; Each bathroom will be shared by 2 to 3 students.
The Commons residence hall offers 24-hour security, wireless internet, and lounges for socializing.
Participants are permitted to have their cell phones with them during camp, although they will be asked to be silenced during sessions. They will be able to communicate during recreation hours.
Yes, your child can bring their own personal snacks and keep them in their room.
Yes, we have a clinic onsite.