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Summer Research and Off-Campus Opportunities for Lake Forest College students
Summer is also a time for digging deep into a topic. Lake Forest College provides many opportunities for students to dive into research in a variety of forms, both on our campus and off campus.
Qualified first-year Lake Forest College students apply to participate in the Richter Scholar Summer Research Program, a special opportunity to do hands-on research with a mentor from our distinguished faculty. In specified terms during the summer, Richter Scholars conduct independent, individual research under the direction of a Lake Forest College faculty member.
In this program, qualified students (from first-years to seniors) conduct research as paid fellows working in specific labs at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago.
Students may take a course at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago or do research in Germany or Japan. Summer programs all around the world may be accessed through our Office of Off-Campus Programs.