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admissions
We welcome all qualified students to join our summer program. Admission for visiting (non-matriculated) students is handled by Stanford Summer Session and Stanford Summer College. Matriculated Stanford students (incoming & current) should enroll via Stanford's Axess system. In addition, all applicants should submit the SEWSS Registration Form.

requirements
In general, students should have current standing as an undergraduate or already possess an undergraduate degree. Stanford Summer College (High School) students are welcome to enroll in courses that are listed as open to undergraduate freshmen (consent of instructor will be required for most courses). Where applicable, solid background in college-level chemistry, biology, math and/or fluid mechanics are highly recommended. English language proficiency is also necessary.

sewss registration
Both Summer Visiting students and Stanford students are requested to submit the SEWSS Registration Form in order to communicate timely information and updates.

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certificate program
Registered summer visitors successfully completing and earning C- letter-grade (1.7) or higher credit in each of three courses in this program are eligible for an SEWSS Program Certificate.

tuition & housing
Tuition rate and other fees for summer programs are published by the Stanford Summer Sessions office. On-campus summer housing may be available through the Stanford Housing Assignments office.

calendar 2017
Early December 2016 Summer Session Visitor Admissions begins (for non-matriculated students)
April 9 Axess Enrollment begins
June 25 Summer Session Orientation for Visiting Students
June 26 Classes begin
June 26 Preliminary Study List Deadline
June 30 SEWSS Welcome Pizza Social
July 4 US Independence Day Holiday Observed - No classes
July 7 Final Study List Deadline
July 28 Term Withdrawal Deadline
August 4 Change of grading basis deadline.
August 4 Course withdrawal deadline.
August 17 Last day of classes
August 18-19 Exam period

contact
Environmental Engineering & Science Program Office
Jerry Yang & Akiko Yamazaki Environment & Energy Building
473 Via Ortega, Room 254
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-4020
USA

Voice: (650) 725-2390
Fax: (650) 725-3164
Email: ewssummer@stanford.edu

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course selection helper
Course Code & Title Summer College
(High School)
Freshman & Sophomore Undergraduate Junior & Senior Undergraduate Graduate Student
CEE 70 Environmental Science & Technology Yes Yes Yes With consent of instructor
CEE 73
Water: An Introduction
Yes Yes Yes With consent of instructor
CEE 101S/201S Science and Engineering Problem Solving with MatLab Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 165C/265C Water Resources Management Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 107S/207S
Energy Resources: Fuels & Tools
Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 173F/273F
Urban Water Use Efficiency and Conservation
Not recommended Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes
CEE 175P/275P
Persuasive Communication for Environmental Scientists, Practitioners, and Entrepreneurs
Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 175Q/275Q
Changing Human Behavior: Drivers and Barriers in Environmental Action
Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 175S/275S
Environmental Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 176G/276G
Sustainability Design Thinking
Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 177L/277L
Smart Cities & Communities
Yes, with consent of instructor Yes Yes Yes
CEE 179S/279S
Seminar: Issues in Environmental Engineering, Science & Sustainability
Yes Yes Yes Yes

How to use this table: Using your academic status as of Fall 2017, find the row with the course you are interested in. Cross-reference this row with the column that matches your academic status, and you will find whether you are eligible to enroll in the course. Matriculated Stanford students should further consult with their academic advisor to ascertain the suitability of a course towards their degree program requirements.

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