Summary of Fees

  • 2024 Summer Application fee - $95
  • 2024 Summer On Campus Program fee - $6,380
  • 2024 Summer Virtual Program fee - $4,380
  • 2024 Fall Intensive Application fee - $35
  • 2024 Fall Intensive Program fee - $1,980
  • OPTIONAL: Housing for Summer On Campus Program - $3,580                    Housing will be available for a limited number of students. Students must be 18 years or older to stay in campus housing. Unfortunately, no exceptions can be made. 
  • The fee includes 12 nights on campus along with breakfast, lunch and dinner for every day of your stay. Check-in is at 3p on July 7 and check-out is at 11a on July 19.

Payment Methods

To provide the fastest, most convenient, and secure way to pay, we are now accepting payment online via credit card from our accepted participants for the program fee. Those accepted will receive an e-mail with a secure URL link to the CSI payment page.

Scholarship/Financial Aid

We offer limited scholarships to students from underrepresented backgrounds and those who are experiencing financial hardship.

Only US Citizens and Permanent Residents are eligible for Program Fee scholarships.

US citizens and permanent residents whose annual household income is under $80,000 or are enrolled in a program that aids low income families, can also submit an application fee waiver request using this form.

Scholarship applications requests must be submitted within the application and are contingent on acceptance into the program.

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Scholarship along with the Dhablania and Kim Scholarship Gift can only be used toward Program Fees. The program does have a limited amount of funds available to assist campus session students in need of assistance with room and board. However, many students have found affordable rooms  through various hospitality services or subletting. Students are welcome to stay off campus with friends or relatives and commute in for the sessions each day.

Available Scholarships

DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION SCHOLARSHIP from the Division of Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford Department of Medicine for students representing a minority or historically disadvantaged population as well as students that can showcase significant work in allyship, anti-racism, LGBTQ+ advocacy and support, belonging, social justice or diversity education. 


1.       US Citizen or Permanent Resident

2.       Students applying for this scholarship will need to communicate their passion for diversity, equity and inclusion.

3.       The strongest applicants will be active in their community doing work to further equity and justice for all populations.

4.       Students will be required to complete 2 essay questions presented on the application.

5.       Students that receive this scholarship will be asked to complete a survey of their background and experiences for the Primary Care and Population Health division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Stanford Medicine. Students may also be granted the opportunity to participate in various DEI events held at Stanford’s campus. 

Scholarships are for Program Fees only and do not cover room and board for on campus programming. 



Scholarship fund established by the generosity of Atul Dhablania and Incha Kim to support talented students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. 


1.       US Citizen or Permanent Resident

2.       Student’s annual family income falls below $80,000 per year or

1.       Student is enrolled in a federal, state or local program that aids students from low-income families. or

2.       Can submit a letter from a high school principal, high school counselor, financial aid officer, or community leader that explains a student’s financial need.

3.       If selected, students will be required to provide proof of financial hardship based on their individual circumstance.

Scholarships are for Program Fees only and do not cover room and board for on campus programming. 

Atul Dhablania and Incha Kim