Come to Splash!

Learn at Splash!


Fall 2022 Student Registration is now OPEN! SIGN UP HERE.
Create an account on our website to get updates for our Fall 2022 programs!
 
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lease update your personal information, especially your emergency contact on "My Profile"!
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Splash at Yale invites high school and middle school students grades 7-12 to come to the Yale campus and take courses taught by undergraduates on anything and everything! In past programs, we've had exciting classes including:

  • Introduction to Improv Comedy
  • Elementary Particle Physics
  • Kafka and Monty Python
  • The Syrian Refugee Crisis
  • Feminism in the Beyonce Era
  • Graph Theory
Splash at Yale is a program organized and run by student-volunteers.


Program Essentials

Who: All students, 7 th-12th grade
When: Our Fall 2022 program is Saturday, October 29th (10AM - 3:30PM)
Where: New Haven, Connecticut on Yale's campus! Check-in location and class locations will be announced after registration is complete.
What kinds of classes do I take? Take whatever classes interest you, taught by Yale students! To get an idea of what our classes are, check out the catalog from Spring Splash 2022 HERE.
Cost: Fall 2022 Splash costs $30. This price includes the Splash program t-shirt and lunch on the day of the program.


Waivers:
 The Fall Splash 2022 online waiver can be found here. Waivers are sent to students. This waiver needs to be completed before the day of the program. Note, we cannot accept verbal consent over the phone for a waiver. The waiver must be submitted before the program. Additionally, some classes may require special waivers for students to participate.

"No waiver, no program"
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General Schedule
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Class 1 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM: Class 2 
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM: "Lunch Break"
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM: Class 3
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM: Class 4



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