SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE


Leap@CMU 2016
(formerly Andrew's Leap)

is a summer enrichment program run by the
Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science
since 1991. All local area high school students
(and occasional middle school students) are
encouraged to APPLY!



What is Leap@CMU?
What Leap@CMU Isn't!
What Does Leap Cost?

Is it Easy to Get into Leap?
The Interesting Test
What if I Don't Get In?

Interesting Test & other Dates
Who are the Key Faculty?
Our Student Assistants?

What is Each Day Like?
Past Student Projects
What Students Have to Say!

FAQ
Campus Map / The Buildings
Directions to Campus

Calendar of Talks/Trips/Events
Messages from the Boss!

Through special classes and guest faculty presentations, students discover the exciting and vast possibilities of computer science. Students LEAP ahead ten years in their understanding as they are exposed to the frontiers of computer science research.

Students interact with notable scientists, visit cool, leading-edge local companies and dive into their own projects. They emerge with a vivid overview of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon.

The program runs weekdays for seven weeks
20 June - 5 August 2016 -- 10am to 5pm

Leap is not a residential program.

Testing and registration for Summer 2016 are finished.

Please check back in Fall 2016 for testing dates for next summer 2017.

We look forward to hearing from you!
All questions about the program are welcomed at

leap@cmu.edu
412.268.9497