Do you want to be a step ahead of the rest?
Individualized Research-Oriented College Credit (iROCC) is hosted by the School of Mathematics and Sciences at Marian University in Indianapolis, Indiana. This research initiative allows high school juniors and seniors to perform cutting edge science projects and begin their collegiate careers. While getting professional research experience, students will be interacting with other students, gaining team building skills, leadership skills, and developing friendships that will last a lifetime.
iROCC will provide students with a unique opportunity to utilize the scientific resources and expertise the faculty and staff of the School of Mathematics and Sciences have to offer to complete an independent research project and prepare for participation in Intel ISEF affiliated science fairs.
Experience at iROCC will place students above their classmates when applying to college and later when applying to professional programs such as colleges of pharmacy, medicine, osteopathic medicine, and graduate school. The iROCC program will provide rising scholars a rare and impressive competitive edge and the confidence to pursue collegiate goals.
All eligible incoming 11th and 12th graders
A program designed for students to work on independent research projects while earning college credit
Summer Semester 2013
June 17, 2013 through August 2, 2013
*Residential options and information available upon request
Contact iROCC at iROCC@marian.edu or 317.955.6331