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Texas CWS

Presenting Texas CWS

July 26th - 30th, 2023

Through the years, NHI has cultivated relations with a significant number of universities, mostly private, as reference possibilities when selecting their preferences. As members of NHI’s College Register, these institutions are located throughout the U.S. and usually attend NHI college fairs and admission workshops that give them one-on-one communication with NHI students.

At the Collegiate World Series, students will come together to be a part of an experience that will benefit their long-term decisions. Such as, how to  improve their presentation skills, as well as delving into complex challenges and applying their knowledge of inquiry based learning. 

This year,  University of St.Thomas  will host the Texas CWS.  At the Collegiate World Series, students will come together to be a part of an experience that will benefit their long-term decisions. Such as, how to  improve their presentation skills, as well as delving into complex challenges and applying their knowledge of inquiry based learning. 

High School students from urban areas will enjoy the natural setting of the Texas CWS and its surrounding environment.

We look forward to seeing you at the Texas Collegiate Wolrd Series!



About St.Thomas University

The University of St. Thomas (UST) is Houston's Catholic University, committed to the religious, ethical and intellectual traditions of Catholic higher education. For more than 75 years, we've been graduating students like you into successful careers in medicine, education, business, public administration and more – throughout Houston and across the globe.

Our student body reflects the rich diversity of the city itself. We welcome undergraduate and graduate students of all faiths and of no faith.

The campus is located in Houston's Museum District and Innovation Corridor, a diverse and vibrant urban environment with professional opportunities. We're just steps from downtown and the famed Texas Medical Center where many students perform prestigious internships. Read more about our mission and vision. (from www.stthom.com)


About Houston, Texas

Alive with energy and rich in diversity, Houston is a dynamic mix of imagination, talent and first-class attractions that makes it a world-class city. Home to a vibrant economy, beautiful surroundings and a population full of optimism and spirit, it's no wonder that Houston is a popular international destination. 

In this section we provide you with options that will give you a good idea of what Houston is all about. You can also view our Calendar of Events to see more than 400 events in the Houston area throughout the next 12 months. 

And be sure to visit the Exploring Houston page for quick links to many more featured places to go and things to do which celebrate the uniqueness of our City.

You can enjoy Houston's outstanding performing and visual arts venues. Try one of the countless restaurants available, offering cuisine in everything from Tex Mex and South American to Middle Eastern and Vietnamese. For sports fans we have local teams representing all major sports. Do some shopping; Houston offers something to fit every budget - from the exclusive shops in Houston's Uptown area to the outlet malls just outside the City. (from houstontx.gov)








PROGRAM TUITION INFORMATION

What is included in the CWS tuition?

The registration amount for the CWS includes meals, housing, t-shirt, supplies, materials, and the full CWS leadership experience.  

  • A $25 non refundable application fee is required for NHI to review applications.
  • Once admitted, we will bill you for the first $150 non-refundable security deposit.
  • The final payment of $675 will be billed in a lump sum according to whether students applied under Early Admission, Regular Admission, or in Late Admission.  Any student wanting "payments" rather than a "lump sum" must contact admissions@nhimail.com and ask for a payment plan.

Refund policy is as follows:

Link to the main page for information

After successfully completing the program, CWSers often reflect on the experience as a space where they felt free to express themselves, their ideas, and honed their skills. They felt culturally embraced, understood, and valued. At the LDZ, they began to see themselves as playing a leadership role wherever life would take them, whether at home, in school, in a career, or in service to others. Most of all, they felt special in knowing that leadership is a life-long calling in which they will have a special role to play with NHI.

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