Summer Summit (Undergraduates)

What is the Summer Summit Program?

Summer Summit is a 6-day, 7-night residential program for high school students designed and run by the Student Initiated Access Programs and Services (SIAPS) at UC San Diego. This program invites 10th-12th grade high school students from the San Diego area to stay in one of UCSD’s residential life halls. During the program, students reside in a suite with 6-8 other high school students and a Resource Advisor (a current UCSD student). Participants will have opportunities to:

  • Experience residential life on a college campus;
  • Build up their interpersonal and leadership skills;
  • Gain information and resources about 4-year university admission;
  • Be familiarized with  on-campus resources such as community centers, transition programs, research opportunities, etc.
  • Engage in skill building activities for leadership, personal growth, and academic success.
  • Develop and strengthen their critical thinking skills.

We provide all meals, housing, and activities at no cost to the student.


UC San Diego Students

There are a number of ways UC San Diego students can get involved with the Summer Summit Program.


To learn more about the program and how to get involved with this year’s Summer Summit Program, please e-mail: siaps@ucsd.edu