High school students gain experience through Summer Honors Program

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind (WTWO/WAWV) — July 14th was move-in day for high school students looking to gain college credit through the Summer Honors Program at Indiana State University.

Participating students will spend one week in seminars taught by ISU faculty.

The program is a great way to explore their future academic careers while gaining credits for college.

Move-in day included a campus tour and a brief orientation to show students what college life will be like for them.

The program will take place through July 20th.

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