Peaks and Potentials
Dates and Location
June 21-21, 2020
Montana State University in Bozeman
For students entering grades 5-7 in fall 2020
Registration will open week of March 23, 2020. Exact date TBD
Now in its 38th summer, Peaks & Potentials gives high-potential students the opportunity to come to the MSU campus and explore special topics of interest while working with experts in various subject areas.
Instructors are MSU faculty members, students and experienced professionals from the area. University students and professionals act as directors and counselors throughout the week.
Students have the option of staying overnight in the campus resident halls or commuting
from home each day. All classes emphasize personal instruction, small group interaction
and a "hands-on" experiential approach. Academic, recreational and social activities
offer students a chance to interact with their peers and sample campus life.
Peaks & Potentials is June 21-26, 2020. Check-in, orientation (mandatory for all participants and first-year parents), and an Welcome Social are Sunday, June 21, and all workshops and activities begin Monday, June 22.
RESIDENT PLAN: $679
The resident fee includes the cost of housing for one person in a supervised, double occupancy residence hall room for five nights, five breakfasts, five lunches, and four dinners in the campus dining hall.
Resident plan students should be dropped off on campus between 6-6:30 pm Sunday, and picked up by 4 pm on Friday.
Students who are not staying in the residence halls may choose ONE of the following commuter meal plans:
- PLAN A: $465 -- includes five lunches
- PLAN B: $515 -- includes five lunches and four dinners
Each plan includes workshop tuition, all group and evening activities, the Sunday welcome social, and a Peaks & Potentials t-shirt.
If local students leave campus for dinner they are strongly encouraged to return for the evening activities. There will be no refunds for students who do not participate in these activities.
2020 Workshops TBA
All workshops have a maximum enrollment of 16 and a minimum enrollment of 12; every effort will be made to place participants in their first choices, but all workshops fill on a first-come, first-served basis. If minimum enrollments are not met, the workshop will be canceled and participants will be placed in one of their subsequent choices.
Residence Halls and Meals
Students will be housed in a residence hall (TBD) on the MSU campus, and will eat all meals in one of the campus dining halls (TBD).
Deposit and Refund Policy
A non-refundable deposit of $50 per participant is required at time of registration. The balance is due May 21, 2020. Cancellations prior to May 21, 2020 will receive a refund minus the $50 deposit. No refunds will be given after May 21, 2020. A social security number may be required to process a refund.
Registration will open the week of March 23, 2020. Exact date TBD
For More Information
E-mail Nicole Soll at email@example.com or call (406) 994-6550 or (866) 540-5660 (toll free).