Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History

For College Students

The National Institute of American History & Democracy, a partnership between the College of William & Mary and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, announces the 2011 Collegiate Summer Program in American History. An extension of the highly-successful Pre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American History for high school students, this summer program offers college-level students the opportunity to study early America through daily visits to museums; archaeology sites; important surviving structures; and of course,  Colonial Williamsburg, the restored capital of eighteenth-century Virginia.

NOTE: The Collegiate Summer Program for college students will not be offered in Summer 2016.