Student Science Training Program
UF SSTP Applications must be received IN FULL no later than Monday, April 3rd to be considered in the final round of review. Please do not submit application materials after this date. 2017 applications are now closed to out of state students.
Summer 2017 will mark the 59th consecutive year of the University of Florida Student Science Training Program (UF SSTP). More than 5200 academically talented students from around the world have completed this rigorous summer residential research program since its inception in 1959.
The UF SSTP is a seven week residential research program for high school students who have completed their junior year and are considering medicine, math, computer, science, or engineering careers. The program emphasis is research participation with a UF faculty research scientist and his or her research team.
Students engage in the ongoing research of the faculty-mentor for 30 hours each week, attend a lecture series on current research topics, and participate in a UF honors seminar class. Students enrolled in a Florida high school have the option to earn dual enrollment credit.
UF SSTP alumni have gone on to attend the University of Florida and other prestigious universities such as Harvard, Oxford, Johns Hopkins and Stanford. They have become doctors, researchers, educators, engineers, and CEO’s of their own companies.
2017 Program Dates: June 11th – July 29th
UF SSTP Applications must be received IN FULL no later than Monday, April 3rd to be considered in the final round of review. Please do not submit application materials after this date. 2017 applications are now closed to out of state students. Tuesday, April 4th Update: Applications are closed. Application materials received via email or hard copy will no longer be considered.
Application Information- Must Read Before Applying
Teacher Endorsement Form
Academic Record Form
Financial Aid From
Summer Counselor Information and Application:
UF SSTP Sponsoring Partners:
Heart of Volusia
Florida Alliance for Health Professions Diversity
NSF Broader Impacts