• All Molloy Locations are Closed

    Due to the weather all Molloy locations are closed for the remainder of the day, Friday, September 29, 2023. Alumni & Family Weekend activities are canceled.

High School & Pre-College

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The High School and Pre-College programs at Molloy University help students discover their own unique path to academic success. Our high school scholars program gives students a chance to earn college credit for classes they are already taking in high school. Our summer academy programs let students network, participate in discussions and engage in helpful activities to get a glimpse of the Molloy life experience. We also have other programs such as CONNECT Summer Program for College Bound Neurodivergent Students, Energia For Teens and Molloy University Rising Stars to suit a variety of student's different needs to take their education to the next level.

Available Programs

  • Molloy Summer Academies

    Through these unique and exciting program opportunities, you'll participate in interactive discussions, hear from guest speakers, and engage in hands-on activities with our faculty and student ambassadors. Enjoy socializing and networking with your fellow classmates during fun-filled campus events. Our academies are open to high school students entering their junior or senior year, as well as any accepted Freshman for the Fall of 2023 at Molloy University. 

    Summer Academies
  • CONNECT Summer Program for College Bound Neurodivergent Students

    Our second annual CONNECT summer program at Molloy University will run daily from 9 am to 3 pm, July 24-July 27, 2023.  The daily program will include a variety of activities to orient students identifying as neurodivergent to the college experience.  Prior to the daily program, the student CONNECT experience begins with a program orientation and initial class meeting on Tuesday June 27, 2023.  It will be held in the Larini Room (2nd Floor of Public Square) from 5:00-7:00 pm.  Following this June event, students will engage in a holistic, hybrid course integrating strengths-based methodology across the curriculum.  Following the initial June class meeting, course engagement will occur asynchronously online, and then resume face-to-face meetings during the July 24 CONNECT Program week.  While participating in the multi-faceted, face-to-face course activities, students will simultaneously engage with peers within the university atmosphere.  At the conclusion of the experience, attendees will have earned one college credit and be further prepared for a successful campus experience in September.  The program fee is $650.

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  • High School Scholars Program

    The High School Scholars Program provides students with an opportunity to earn college credit at a reduced rate for the courses that they are already taking in high school. Classes are taught at our partner high schools by approved teachers.

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  • Energeia for Teens

    In line with the Molloy University mission of providing transformative education, Energeia for Teens was modeled after its adult leadership academy and launched in 2009. Molloy cares deeply about the development of ethical leadership and believes in the role and power of young adults in making a difference throughout Long Island communities. Energeia is a Greek word used by Aristotle to describe the demonstration of inner character in deeds. It is goodness plus efficiency; it is focused, purposeful, meaningful, effective, and energetic action.

  • Molloy University Rising Stars

    The Rising Star Summer Camp is a community-based collaboration between local school districts, the Nassau County District Attorney's Office and Molloy University. The program has been in existence since 1998 and enjoys an excellent reputation amongst the participating school districts, parents and Molloy University students.

    The program offers Molloy University students an opportunity to work directly with N.Y.S. Certified Teachers and the participating children. University students are assigned to designated children and spend the summer as a mentor, coach, and teacher in areas of academics, creative arts, sports and off-campus trips.

    For more information, contact the Office of Experiential Learning