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College Fly-In Programs

Visiting campus is one of the most important steps in deciding if a particular college is right for you. Because of this, most colleges offer weekend programs where students can spend a couple nights on campus, and get to know the students and faculty who bring the college to life.

However, traveling to these campuses can be extremely expensive. Here's a list of colleges that offer travel assistance for students who demonstrate financial need.  Also included are a few programs that might not offer travel assistance, but are fantastic opportunities for multi-cultural students. Please see the notes below each program for details on what they offer.  Many of these programs will start accepting applications soon, so make sure to bookmark your favorites. 

If (*) the trip is free. If (D), trip is for first generation students. 

Updated September 2016

*Albion College

Albion Advantage Day

Location: Albion, MI

ProgramIf you are a high school senior who has been accepted to Albion College, you are eligible for a one-time reimbursement of up to $300 toward the cost of a plane ticket.

Program Dates:
  • February 20, 2017
  • April 7, 2017
  • April 21, 2017
Additional details can be found at:

Bates College

Location: Lewiston, ME

Program: Bates is offering students a trip to Bates this spring, to attend Preface to Bates — a three day fly-in program for some of the nation's best and brightest students from historically underrepresented backgrounds.  This fly-in program for high school juniors is an amazing opportunity for students who might enjoy the chance to:
    • Attend a class of your choosing
    • Stay with current Bates students
    • Meet Bates faculty and staff
    • Tour Bates’ beautiful, 109-acre campus
    • Catch an information session
    • Participate in an admission interview
    • Attend academic, athletic, cultural and co-curricular events
Application Deadline: 
  • Prologue I: Wednesday, September 7, 2016
  • Prologue II: Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Program Date: 
  • Prologue I runs October 9-11, 2016
  • Prologue II runs November 13-15, 2016

Application: Click here


Brandeis University


Location: Waltham, MA

Program: Founded on the principles of pluralism, tolerance and inclusion, Brandeis is a place where exceptional young minds  from diverse backgrounds come together to form a unique and vibrant campus community. Students Exploring and  Embracing Diversity (SEED) will shed light on multiculturalism and social justice at our dynamic university.SEED attendees will stay on campus for a weekend of specialized academic programming and community building. Participants will also attend Fall Preview Day on Sunday, which is open to all prospective students and their families. SEED aims to expose students from diverse backgrounds to the overall Brandeis experience by highlighting on-campus resources that focus on multiculturalism and social justice.

Eligibility: Students must be rising high school seniors and currently reside in the United States to be eligible to attend SEED. Preference will be given to students who are underrepresented in higher education, including first-generation, low-income, and minority students.

Application Requirements:  Access the SEED application here. Before starting the application, please make sure that you have a copy of your high school transcript available for upload.

Application Deadline: September 9, 2016

Program Date: October 6-8, 2016

Application: Click Here


* Bucknell College

Journey to Bucknell 

Location:  Lewisburg, PA

Program: Journey to Bucknell is an overnight diversity program for high school seniors considering Bucknell. The program provides prospective students with an opportunity to explore our beautiful campus, interact with faculty and staff, and engage with current Bucknell students. Our hope is that the visit will help seniors understand the value of attending Bucknell and persuade them to apply. Free bus transportation will be provided from Philadelphia and New York City. The overnight program is competitive, and not all students who apply will be admitted as space is limited. You must purchase your airfare and you will be reimbursed after the trip.

Eligibility: Seeking seniors pursuing an academically rigorous curriculum with strong test scores and minimum unweighted grade point average of 3.3 or higher and must have taken the ACT, PSAT, or SAT.   

Application Requirements: Online application and brief essay questions

Application deadline: October 1st, 2016

Program Date: November 6-8, 2016

Application: Click here 


* Case Western Reserve University 

Fall Invitational Program

Location: Cleveland, OH

ProgramCase Western Reserve University invites high school seniors from diverse backgrounds to visit our campus in the heart of Cleveland's University Circle.
  • Spend Sunday making connections with prospective and current students and exploring campus.
  • Join the Open House on Monday to learn from faculty and discover how a CWRU education will prepare you for a successful future in the arts, business, engineering, humanities, natural sciences, nursing or social sciences.
Participants accepted to the Fall Invitational stay overnight in a residence hall with a student host, engage with faculty and learn about the many opportunities available to students in and around CWRU (which is located in Cleveland's University Circle).

On Monday, participants will join many other prospective students at our Fall Open House, where they will learn more about the ways in which students from all backgrounds contribute to classroom discussions, participate in meaningful extracurricular activities, and participate in hands-on learning.

The cost of meals, lodging and transportation (for those outside of driving distance) will be covered by the university for those accepted to the program.

Application Deadline: October 10, 2016

Program Dates: November 13-14, 2016

Application: Click Here


* (D) Colby College

Experience Colby 

Location: Waterville, ME

Program: Colby values diversity of all kinds and seeks to enroll students who also value diversity. If this describes you, we want you to consider a visit to campus—for FREE. Through our overnight campus visit program, Experience Colby, we do our best to make it possible for interested high school seniors to come for a visit regardless of financial circumstances. However, you must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident to be considered.

Deadlines: August 29, 2016

Program Dates: September 18-20, 2016

Application:  Click here


College of the Holy Cross


Location: Worcester, MA

Program: Perspectives is an overnight program for high school seniors who are interested in learning about diversity and multiculturalism at Holy Cross. Students will be introduced to the multiplicity of people, faiths, viewpoints and ideas that exist at Holy Cross and have the opportunity to discuss their views during classes and panel discussions alongside current students and faculty. They will also have a chance to tour our campus, spend the night in one of our residence halls and eat in Kimball Dining Hall. Ultimately, we hope students will gain a deeper understanding of the College’s diverse community and the many opportunities it has to offer. 

Eligibility: High School Seniors

Application Deadline: September 26th, 2016

Program Date: November 5-7, 2016

Application: Click here


(D ) Colorado College

Location: Colorado Springs, CO

Program: If you share our values of diversity and inclusion and would like to embark upon this unique intellectual adventure, we invite you to apply for our Multicultural Open House. The program is open to high school Seniors only. In particular we encourage members of American Ethnic Minority groups, students who are the first in their families to attend college and students from low income families to apply.

Eligibility: High school seniors from diverse backgrounds

Application Deadline: September 21, 2016

Program Date: October 29-31, 2016

Application: Click here


Connecticut College

Explore Weekend 

Location: New London, CT

Program: Explore Weekend is a program for high school seniors from underrepresented groups and those committed to issues of diversity. Over three days, you will get a sneak peak at a challenging liberal arts environment and learn about campus resources for students of color

Eligibility: High School Seniors

Application deadlines: October 3, 2016

Program Date: November 12-14, 2016

Application: Click here


(D) Dickinson College

Location: Carlisle, PA

Program: Discover Diversity at Dickinson is a visit designed for promising high-school seniors who self-identify as students of color and/or will be first-generation college students. This distinctive opportunity will allow you to experience Dickinson's vibrant campus community during an overnight stay as well as during our traditional open house. This combined opportunity will allow you to see the college community as it is and celebrate its true diversity. Participants will spend the first day sitting in on classes and getting a feel for life on campus in the evening. The next day, participants will join other visiting families during our fall open house prior to our first application deadline (Nov. 15). The program will introduce students to important information about our admissions and financial-aid processes.

Application Deadline: Oct 3, 2016

Program Date: Nov 13-14, 2015

Application: Click here

*Franklin & Marshall

Collegiate Leadership Summit

Location: Lancaster, PA

Program: The Collegiate Leadership Summit is a two day program that provides selected delegates an opportunity to develop their leadership skills while interacting with F&M community members and experiencing college life in a highly selective liberal arts environment. Delegates will also demonstrate their leadership skills through an admission interview and group activities. The cost of travel and attendance is covered by the college.

Eligibility: Applicants must have a 3.3 GPA, come from a background underrepresented in higher education, and demonstrate leadership in their school or community

Application Requirements:  Must be nominated by a counselor, teacher, or after-school program staff member, and fill out an online application

Application Deadlines:  
  • 2016 Fall Session 1: September 5, 2016
  • 2016 Fall Session 2: October 10, 2016
Program Date: 
  • 2015 Fall Session 1: Sunday, Sept. 25, to Tuesday, Sept. 27 
  • 2015 Fall Session 2: Sunday, Nov. 6, to Tuesday, Nov. 8 
Application: Nomination Form

George Washington University

Location: Washington DC

Program: Open Houses Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion. At the "Your GW" Open House Program in the fall, students and their parents have the opportunity to meet professors, administrators and current students; learn about admission, financial aid and merit-based scholarship processes and tour campus. Students will spend the night with a current student and attend classes. Travel grant scholarships are available.

Application Deadlines: September 6th, 2016

Program Dates: March 26th, 2016

Application/ RSVP:


Grinnell College

Location: Grinnell, IA

Program: The best way to understand Grinnell is to experience Grinnell. For students of color and first-generation college students, Grinnell’s Diversity Preview Program offers the opportunity to attend classes, meet professors, participate in cultural and social events, and spend the night on campus with a host student. There is no obligation . . . just opportunity!

Application Deadline: September 12, 2016

Program Date: Sunday, October 2 – Monday, October 3.
Application Requirements: We encourage students to submit their applications online, but if they prefer, they may also download a PDF of the application and submit it via fax (641-269-4800) or U.S. Mail.
In addition to the application, students must also submit the following by the above postmark deadline:
1. high school transcript
2. ACT or SAT score
3. activities resume
Materials can be faxed (641-269-4800), uploaded through the student's portal online, or sent by mail to:
Grinnell College
Office of Admission – GDPP
1103 Park St
Grinnell, IA 50112

Learn more about the Diversity Preview Program or, if you have any questions, please contact Patty Amador-Lacson, Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment, at 800-247-0113 or by email.

Application: Click here

 * Hamilton College

Diversity Overnight 

Location: Clinton, NY

Program: The Hamilton College Diversity Overnight Program is an opportunity for diverse seniors to visit campus and experience life on the Hill. We offer this visit program to introduce Hamilton’s campus, students, faculty, classes, and residence halls to students who represent the many dimensions of diversity. While all are welcome to apply, our selection process will prioritize the applications of students from ethnically diverse backgrounds and those from families with limited financial resources, regardless of racial background.

Eligibility: Students must be current high school seniors maintaining a cumulative B average in a college preparatory curriculum.

Application Requirements: To apply, please submit the Diversity Overnight application and a copy of your cumulative high school transcript (unofficial copies are acceptable). Transcripts can be faxed, emailed or mailed to the admission office.

Application Deadline:  First-come, first-served, rolling basis.

Program Date: October 23-25, 2016

Application: Click here


Harvey Mudd College

Location: Claremont, CA

Program: The Fall Future Achievers in Science and Technology (FAST) Program is an opportunity for high school seniors from populations that are traditionally underrepresented in math and science—including women, students of color and those who will be among the first in their families to attend a four-year college—to experience Harvey Mudd.

Participants of Fall FAST will stay overnight in one of our residence halls, take a campus tour, sit in on classes, complete an interview with the Office of Admission, participate in a hands-on computer science workshop and much more. There will also be discussions on admission policies, financial aid opportunities, campus resources and the benefits of pursuing a technical degree at a liberal arts college. Participants will be doing all of this while interacting with current Mudders, faculty and staff, and other college-bound students from around the country who share a passion for the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

The Fall FAST Program is free to all participants and includes lodging, meals and travel accommodations (if applicable). Participants will also receive a fee waiver for a Harvey Mudd College freshman application.

Program Date: November 10-12, 2016

Deadline: Monday, August 22, 2016

Application: Click here

Location: Haverford, PA 

Program: The Multicultural Scholars Experience is a program designed to help prospective students from diverse backgrounds become acquainted with the academic and social opportunities at Haverford. The program gives students the opportunity to interact with professors, audit classes, learn about multiculturalism on campus, hear current Haverfordians’ perspectives, and to immerse themselves in the Haverford experience.

Eligibility: High school seniors

Application Deadline: September 16, 2016

Program Date: October 23-25, 2016

Application: Click here

Holy Cross College

Location: Notre Dame, IN

Program: We invite you to "try us on" for a day during one of our unique Shadow Day visits. See for yourself if Holy Cross College is the right fit for you! During your visit, you will attend class with a current student, tour campus, meet faculty and staff, enjoy lunch in our dining room, and much more! There are also information sessions regarding financial aid and application processes for your parents.

Program Dates:  
  • Shadow Days: Oct. 10, Nov. 4,  Nov. 14, 
          Application: Click here

Hope College

Fly-in Weekend 

Location: Holland, MI

Program: The Fly-in Weekend is from Thursday evening through Saturday morning, and is an outstanding mixture of academic life and the social scene at Hope College, with a combination of weekday and weekend opportunities.Visiting students are paired with a Hope student host for the trip, and they will stay overnight with their host in one of Hope’s residential facilities both Thursday & Friday night. During the day on Friday, participants attend a Visit Day program including a tour, class visit, academic departmental sessions and may request a personal interview (optional) or other individual appointments.

Eligibility: High School Seniors

Application Deadline: November 27th, 2016 

Program Date: November 10-12, 2016

Application: Click here

*Indiana University: Kelly School of Business

Location: Bloomington, IN 

MEET Kelley seeks to bring highly capable students from underrepresented minority groups to Indiana University’s Bloomington campus for one week in June.

Eligibility: Be a high school student finishing junior year and have a minimum GPA of 3.4 on a 4.0 scale.

Application Deadline: May 15, 2016

Program Date:
  • Summer 2016 Session Dates
    • Women’s Session: June 12-17
    • Men’s Session: June 19-24

Website: Click Here 

Location: Kalamazoo, MI

Program: If you are a high school senior of multicultural background, Kalamazoo invites you to spend a few days on our campus learning more about our dynamic campus community. Kalamazoo College is an increasingly diverse liberal arts college with a focus on challenging academics and experiential education. 

Eligibility: Students who have applied and have been admitted into the college are eligible for Fly in program. 

Program Date: February and April 2017

Application Deadline: Nov. 1 for early decisions Jan. 1 for regular decision

Application: Click here

Kenyon College

Cultural Connections 

Location: Gambier, OH

Program: Cultural Connections is a fun and informative way for both multicultural students, and students with a strong interest in multiculturalism, to learn more about how the Kenyon community embraces diversity. During the Cultural Connections program you will spend a weekend interacting with current Kenyon students and faculty who may share similar cultural backgrounds with you, and will certainly share your interests. You will also explore the Kenyon community inside and outside of the classroom in interactive ways that will allow you to clearly decipher the role of diversity at Kenyon.

Eligibility: High School Seniors

Program Dates:  Nov. 5-7, 2016

Application Deadline: Oct. 31, 2016
Travel Grant Application Deadline: Dec. 1, 2016


Lafayette College

Location: Easton, PA

Program:  Our Beloved Community is named for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision of a society that embraces each of its members, not merely putting aside but rather understanding and celebrating their differences. Lafayette College will engage both prospective and current Lafayette students in powerful, enlightening, and, at times, challenging discussions on many forms of diversity and citizenship. The college seeks a limited number of students nationwide to join them in this celebratory event that will also provide firsthand exposure to the dynamism and collaborative quest for intellectual growth that characterizes the Lafayette experience.

Eligibility: Prospective Students

Application Deadline: TBA

Program Date: November 14, 2015

Application: Please contact Taaha Mohamedali at


Lehigh University

Diversity Achievers Program 

Location: Bethlehem, PA

Program: Prospective students from different ethnic backgrounds and from all parts of the nation are selected to experience a weekend on campus. Diversity Achiever's Program (Fall) and Diversity Life Weekend (Spring) allows the student to be fully emerged in a campus setting and learn about the multitude of resources that Lehigh has to offer while taking advantage of an overnight experience on campus.

Eligibility: High school seniors

Application Deadline: Noon on Sept 16, 2016

Program Date: Oct 9-10, 2016

Application: Click here


(D) Lewis and Clark

L.E.A.D. Program 

Location: Portland, OR

Programs: Visit campus at the College’s expense, meet current students and faculty, participate in leadership development activities, sit in on classes, spend two nights in a residence hall, taste the food, have an admissions interview, and experience life at Lewis & Clark College firsthand.

Eligibility: Students who are leaders in their schools and communities and those who have a demonstrated interest in learning more about Lewis & Clark College. Preference will be given to underrepresented students of color and first generation college students.

Application Deadlines: Thursday, September 15, 2016

Program Date: November 6-8, 2016

Application: Click here


Missouri University of Science and Technology

¡Sí Se Puede!

Location: Rolla, MO

Program: Sí Se Puede! is an overnight visit program for Hispanic and Latino students to explore a future career in math and science. The program allows students to explore careers and get an inside look at college life.

Application Deadlines: Friday Oct, 3rd, 2015

Program Dates: Oct 30-Nov 1, 2015

Application: Click here


Mt. Holyoke College 

Location:  South Hadley, MA

Program: During this overnight program high school juniors and seniors will be able to participate in activities designed to explore many aspects of pluralism. Program events include a panel discussion, identity workshop, and an evening cultural performance. You will also take a campus tour and have the opportunity to stay overnight in a residence hall with a current Mount Holyoke student who you will shadow on Monday.

Eligibility: High School Juniors and Seniors

Application Deadline: 
Sept. 28th for Oct. 3, 
October 19th for Oct. 24th, 
November 9th for November 14th. 

Program Date: Shadow days occur on Oct. 3, Oct. 24, and Nov. 14. 

ApplicationClick Here


*Oberlin College

Multicultural Visit Program 

Location: Oberlin, OH

Program: The Multicultural Visit Program (MVP) is an all-expenses-paid campus visit program for students of color. To qualify, a student must be of color (African American, Asian/Pacific American, Latino/a, Native American) and interested in a liberal arts education. It is highly selective, seeking students serious about Oberlin and their education.

Eligibility: High school seniors

2016 Program Date2016 Application Due
October 27-29September 29
November 17-19October 20
December 1-3November 3

Application:  Click here


Location: Claremont, CA

Program: The Diversity Program at Pitzer is an all-expense-paid program designed specifically for students from underrepresented racial and cultural backgrounds. The program provides an opportunity to experience the distinct atmosphere that sets Pitzer apart from other colleges. Students will attend a class, spend two nights in a residence hall, dine on campus, and interact with current students, faculty and staff. To inquire about the program, please contact the Office of Admission and ask for the Diversity Program Coordinator.

Eligibility: Underrepresented high school seniors

Program Date: Oct. 27-29, 2016

Application Deadline: September 12th, 2016

Application: Click here 


Pomona College

Location: Pomona, CA 

Program:  Prospective students who are in their senior year of high school and transfer applicants may arrange to stay overnight in a residence hall as the guest of a current student. An overnight visit provides one of the best ways to see Pomona up close. Visitors will be provided a visitor’s ID and meal passes for the dining halls, passes for the libraries and athletic facilities, as well as cots and linens. Visitors may accompany their hosts to classes or select classes of interest from course schedules available in the Office of Admissions.

Eligibility: Must be a high school senior

Application Deadline: Must receive request at least two weeks before the requested date. Contact admissions office for details

Program Dates: Visits are generally available Monday through Thursday nights during the fall semester. 

Application: Click Here


*Reed College

Reed Overnight Multicultural Experience
Location: St. Peter, MN

Program: Each year, the Reed Admission Office offers domestic high school seniors from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds (African-American, Latino/a, Asian-American, Native American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander) an opportunity to apply for a fly-in program called Reed Overnight Multicultural Experience. In 2014, the program will take place in late October, and the application will be posted in August. To be notified when the application is posted online, please join our mailing list.

Eligibility: Must be a domestic high school senior from a historically underrepresented racial or ethnic background who is a United States citizen or permanent resident. Priority is given to students who have not yet visited Reed. The online application requires two short essays as well as SAT/ACT/PSAT scores. In addition to the completed online application, we also require a high school transcript.

Application Deadline: Saturday, September 6, at 11:59 PM

Program Dates: Oct. 9-11, 2016

Application:  Click here


Scripps College

Discover Scripps 

Program: Discover Scripps is an opportunity for students from underrepresented backgrounds to explore the Scripps College Campus over two days. Prospective students will tour our beautiful campus, spend the night in a residence hall, sit in on intensive and intimate classroom discussions, explore our co-curricular activities, get to know professors, staff, and current students, and discover all of the resources available for underrepresented students Discover Scripps applicants must submit an unofficial high school transcript and some form of standardized testing (PSAT, SAT Reasoning, ACT, and/or SAT Subject Tests). Travel grants are available on a case-by-case basis for students who live more than 150 miles from campus and who need financial assistance to get to campus.

Eligibility: Female high school seniors

Application Requirements: Submit an unofficial high school transcript, test scores, and an online application

Application Deadline: Sep. 9, 2016

Program Date: 
  • Sunday, October 9 to Monday, October 10, 2016
  • Sunday, November 13 to Monday, November 14, 2016

Application: Click here

Smith College

Women of Distinction 

Location: Northhampton, MA

Program: The Women of Distinction program for high school seniors highlights the opportunities at Smith College for African American, Asian American, Latina and Native American students. Participants in this three-day program will explore Smith College and determine whether it might be an appropriate college choice for them. Students will live in campus houses, experience the academic and social life at Smith and attend panels and workshops on student life and the college admission process.

Eligibility: Female high school seniors from a traditionally underrepresented ethnic or racial background

Application Deadline: Sept 14, 2016

Program Date: October 14-16, 2016

Application: Click here 


Swarthmore College

Discover Swarthmore

Location: Swarthmore, PA

Program: Discover Swarthmore is Swarthmore College's all-expenses-paid overnight program for high-achieving high school seniors. Swarthmore Admissions pays for all transportation, meal, and on-campus housing expenses for students invited to attend the program. Discover Swarthmore will occur in Fall 2017 (dates to be announced). Attendees will experience Swarthmore first-hand as they attend classes, stay with current students in our residence halls, eat in the dining hall, and go to campus events. Prospective students will also hear from faculty, staff, alumni, and current students through a series of panel discussions and informal conversations.

  • Traditionally underrepresented groups (African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and Asian-American)
  • First generation in their family to attend college
  • Low-income students, and students who might not otherwise be able to afford a trip to campus
  • Rural students
  • Undocumented and DACA-eligible students

Application Deadline: July 14, 2017

Program Date: Fall 2017 (dates to be announced)

Application: See Ms. Console for nomination

Tufts University

        Location: Medford, MA 

        Program: The Voices of Tufts Diversity Experiences, sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, are overnight             programs designed to expose high school seniors to the vast diversity that exists in our community.  Participants have the                 opportunity to experience academic and social life by staying in a residential dorm with an undergraduate student, attending             lectures from professors, eating in the dining halls, and watching a student-led showcase by several on-campus performance             groups. Travel assistance is available for students for whom the trip would present a financial hardship.

        Eligibility: High school seniors 

        Application Deadline: Engineering Experience: Materials must be received by 5:00 PM EST on October 6, 2016 
                                                       Arts and Sciences Experience: Materials must be received by 5:00 PM EST on October 12, 2016

        Program Date: 

      • OCTOBER 20-21, 2016
      • OCTOBER 27-28, 2016

                                    Voices of Diversity Experience in Arts and Sciences

University of Vermont

Discovering UVM

Location: Burlington, VT

Program:  This program, geared toward high school seniors from underrepresented groups, welcomes students from as close as Vermont to as far away as the Dominican Republic. Let us assist you with your college search — explore academic and extracurricular offerings at UVM. Spend two days in our residence halls with a UVM student host, attend a class, and learn about the college application process. Discovering UVM participants will receive free room and board for the program. Applicants may apply for a travel grant to help with the cost of traveling to UVM. Click here for travel grant application. 

Application Deadline: 
  • October 7 for October 23
  • October 21 for November 
Program Dates:    
  • October 23-25, 2016
  • November 6-8, 2016
Application: Click here


*Wesleyan University

Fall Open House - Transportation Assistance Program (TAP)

                   Location: Middletown, CT

Program:The Office of Admission funds a Transportation Assistance Program (TAP), which provides an all-expenses-paid visit to campus (including transportation, accommodations and meals) for a select number of high school seniors interested in participating in one of our annual Open House Programs.  During the visit, students will have the opportunity to visit classes, meet current students, speak with faculty, and explore the campus community.

Eligibility: High school seniors

Application Requirements: Must submit a variety of transcripts and resources, and an online application

Application Deadline: 
Forms due August 15th for the Columbus Day Open House Program
Forms due October 12th for the Veterans Day Open House Program

Program Date(s): 
Columbus Day Open House: October 9-10, 2016
Veterans Day Open House November 10-11, 2016

Application: Click here


Whitman College

Fall Visit Scholarship Program 

Location: Walla Walla, Washington

Program:  Whitman College seeks to bring students whose backgrounds and experiences offer varying perspectives on living and learning in a multicultural world to our campus.

Eligibility: High school seniors from underrepresented backgrounds

Application Requirements: Submit an online application

Application Deadline: September 16th, 2016 for October 13th Visit and September 30th for the November visit. 

Program Date: October 13-15, 2016
                                November 6-8, 2016

Application: Click here

*Wellesley College

Location: Wellesley, MA

Program: Overnight Program

Programs Date: Oct 16-17, 2016

Application Deadline: Rolling

Application: Click Here

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Discover: The Diversity Experience Overnight 

Location: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Program: The WPI Undergraduate Admissions Office invites African American, Latino, Native American, as well as students interested in diversity to attend WPI for a special overnight visit. Discover: The Diversity Experience is designed to allow prospective students to discover the vast opportunities WPI has to offer in the form of academics, social life and most of all the unique multicultural experience at WPI.

Eligibility: High School Senior

Application Deadline: Oct 21, 2016

Program Date: November 10-11, 2016

Application: Click here