Come to Splash!

Learn at Splash!

Splash Spring 2014 was on March 29th, 2014!

In the spring, Splash at Yale is hosting our sixth bi-annual Splash program where high school and middle school students are invited to campus take courses taught by Yale undergraduates on virtually anything. In past programs, exciting classes ranged from Introduction to Improv Comedy to Elementary Particle Physics, from Kafka and Monty Python to Graph Theory. Splash at Yale is a student-volunteer organized and run program.

Over the course of the day, you will get to be exposed to and learn about subjects you are passionate about or might never have known existed. You can participate in an oil painting workshop, or learn about the mysteries of the universe!

Program Essentials
Who: 7th-12th graders
When: Saturday, March 29th, 2014
What: Take whatever classes interest you, taught by Yale students! To see what classes are available, check out our catalog here.
How: Make an account by clicking "sign up" at the top right of this page. Then, register for classes. You may be prompted to update your profile information.
Where: Yale University
: Woolsey Hall Rotunda (168 Grove St.)
Classes in: William L. Harkness Hall and Hall of Graduate Studies, near central campus)
Cost: The cost for this year will be $15 dollars for the program, plus an optional $5 dollars for lunch and $10 for a t-shirt. As always, full need-based financial aid is available (does not cover t-shirt). Payment will be accepted on the day of the program by cash or check only and before the program by credit card.

Program Registration: Anyone interested in Splash at Yale (parents, teachers, community activists, potential students, etc.) can always create an account for our website. Just click here. By making an account, you will receive emails from us regarding our programs. You are also encouraged to like us on Facebook. Registration for specific programs will be opened about a month before the program date.
Lunch: We offer a lunch option: a sandwich or pizza, a drink, and chips for an additional $5. Students may alternatively bring their own lunches and eat with us or may get lunch with a guardian. Students receiving financial aid will get a free lunch.
Cost: (see above) The final cost of the program is the same as the previous program. We hope to maintain the cost as room reservation and capital equipment costs as the programs expand. Financial aid is always available.

Check out our FAQ page.
If you have any comments, suggestions, or the like, feel free to contact us.

General Schedule
8:00 am - 9:00 am: Sign-in
9:00 am - 1:00 pm: Classes
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm: Lunch
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm: Classes
After 5:00 pm: Student pick up

Last modified by emmyyang on April 02, 2014 at 10:21 p.m.