Students who have registered for the High School Media Workshop or who have been accepted on a scholarship must complete the Pre-Arrival Packet by June 9th, 2017.
These forms include items which require attention from both students and parents including a medical and photo/video release form, information about the one free hour of college credit available for eligible students as well as the Workshop Behavior Expectations. These forms are relatively short and we ask that you complete them together. Click on to complete pre-arrival packets for HSMW 2017.
Additionally, high school juniors and seniors with a grade point average of 3.0 or above are eligible to receive one free hour of college credit from Ohio University upon matriculation. To receive this credit students will need to complete a written assignment following the workshop which will be submitted through the HSMW website.
Please note that the following forms must be downloaded, completed, and uploaded to the appropriate Pre-Arrival Form Field:
Students who choose to pursue college credit for the workshop must complete the Summer Non-degree Undergraduate Application included in the pre-arrival packet. In order to provide college credit, we must have a copy of the student transcript(s), although they do not have to be the final transcript for the year. Transcripts should be uploaded to the Pre-Arrival form or can emailed as an attachment to email@example.com or may also be faxed to 740-593-9184 ATTN: HSMW 2016 / Paula Carpenter.
As well, to attend the HSMW 2017, you must complete our HSMW 2017 Health Forms which are also uploaded to our Pre-Arrival portal.
The School of Media Arts & Studies and the Scripps College of Communication have made a limited number of competitive, need-based scholarships available for students from underrepresented groups. Students can apply now at mediaschool.ohio.edu/hsmw sending no payment and will be contacted pending acceptance to the workshop.
Applicants and educators should use this form to provide a letter of recommendation from a teacher or mentor. A personal statement written by the student demonstrating the need for financial assistance and desire to attend the HSMW is also required. Click on to submit recommendations and personal statements for scholarship applications.
High school juniors and seniors with a grade point average of 3.0 or above are eligible to receive one free hour of college credit upon their enrollment at Ohio University. This form will be available June 2017 to collect assignments from HSMW participants in exchange for college credit.