Summer Owls Leadership Experience

July 10 - July 28, 2017

The Summer Owl Leadership Experience (SOLE) allows students entering grades 11th -12th the opportunity to develop and expand their leadership skills through this unique academic program. Students will spend three weeks taking a credit course, participating in a leadership training course, visiting successful professional enterprises, and exploring Philadelphia.

Earn a Temple Scholarship

Students that complete the college course successfully and later enroll at Temple as a first-time, full-time freshman, will receive a $4,000 tuition grant ($1,000 per year for four years), as long as a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 is maintained, as well as continuous full-time status.


Apply Early and Save!

Application fee will be waived for all completed applications submitted through March 18th.

An Application fee of $55.00 will be collected for any application submitted from March 19th through May 1.


Apply to live and learn at Temple this summer.

Live. Learn. Lead.


Experience what it is like living on a major urban university campus in the heart of Philadelphia.

Live and eat in a residence hall and explore Temple's vibrant Main Campus. Temple's location near downtown Philadelphia also allows you to enjoy what the city has to offer, such as Phillies games and world-class museums.


Pick a college-level course from business, media and communication, education, health professions or science and learn from faculty who are experts in their fields.

In addition to classroom learning, your days will be filled with group projects and individual study. You will earn three credits that can be applied at Temple or other colleges and universities.


More than just an academic summer program, the Summer Owls Leadership Experience will open up a new world for you.

You will gain insight into what it is like to be a college student, expand your leadership skills through workshops on topics like time management and conflict resolution, and introduce you to college majors and potential careers.