LU Programs Around the Country

LU programs are currently running or starting up at over 30 universities in over 12 states and the District of Columbia, as well as one international program in the UK. Click on a program near you for more information.

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Current Programs

Rainstorm is our online Splash program to facilitate the same excitement as our in-person programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is run by student leaders at some of the following Splashes, as well as by the volunteer staff of Learning Unlimited.

Online Programs

In spring of 2021, there are the following virtual Splashes:
  • 3/13: Granite Hills Splash
  • 3/13-3/27 (Saturdays): MIT ESP
  • 4/24: Yale Splash
  • TBA: Brandeis University Splash
  • TBA: Rainstorm (multi-program) Splash
  • The Northeast

  • Boston College Splash in Chestnut Hill, MA
  • Brandeis University Splash in Waltham, MA
  • Clark University ESP in Worcester, MA
  • Columbia ESP in New York, NY
  • Cornell Splash in Ithaca, NY
  • Harvard Splash in Cambridge, MA
  • MIT ESP in Cambridge, MA
  • Northeastern University Neptun in Boston, MA
  • University of Rochester in Rochester, NY
  • Yale Splash in New Haven, CT
  • The Midwest

  • Splash Chicago in Chicago, IL
  • Splash at Northwestern in Evanston, IL
  • The Mid-Atlantic

  • Carnegie Mellon Splash in Pittsburgh, PA
  • Duke Splash in Durham, NC
  • Johns Hopkins Splash, in Baltimore, MD
  • Princeton Splash in Princeton, NJ
  • UPenn Splash in Philadelphia, PA
  • Splash UNC in Chapel Hill, NC
  • The South

  • Rice Splash in Houston, TX
  • The West Coast

  • Berkeley Splash in Berkeley, CA
  • Claremont Colleges in Claremont, CA
  • Granite Hills High School S.T.I.N.G. for middle school students in El Cajon, CA
  • UC Merced Splash in Merced, CA
  • Splash SC, in Los Angeles, CA
  • Santa Clara Splash, in Santa Clara, CA
  • Stanford ESP in Palo Alto, CA
  • Splash at UCLA, in Los Angeles, CA.
  • Don't see a Splash at your school? Click here to start one.