Fall 2012 Diversity College Fly-In List 3

There are dozens of colleges who will pay for diverse high school students to visit them. Here is the alphabetical list.  Some deadlines are coming up quickly. I wish more would wait until late August so all kids can have access but here we go. Let me know if you want to add your college to the list.

Fall 2012 Diversity College Visits.

Many colleges are hosting diversity college visits this fall. Some deadlines have passed, but if you’re interested still APPLY.

  • *(D)= The college has a diversity weekend that covers all costs. These programs are competitive and require applications.
  • * The college can cover expenses for traditional weekend programs.
  • (D) = diversity weekend with no transportation costs.

Gray highlighting is current for 2012-2013

Yellow highlighting- there is an event for 2012-20-13, but no set date or no set deadline for app. Info to be posted soon. Verified event.

Diversity College Weekends

*(D) Amherst College

 Amherst, Massachusetts

Program: Diversity Open-house Weekends: September 22-24, October 20-22

Application deadlines: The application deadline for both DIVOH weekends is August 15, 2012, at 4:30 p.m. (EST).

  • Only high school students who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents and who will be seniors in the fall of 2012 are eligible to apply.
  • To be considered, you must submit a completed online application which includes standardized test results, a high school transcript (through the end of junior year), and a short essay response.
  • Students selected to visit Amherst for a DIVOH weekend will receive 100% of round-trip transportation costs (airline, bus, or train) for DIVOH attendance and will be hosted on campus by current students. Typically, seventy-five percent of the students who attend one of our DIVOH programs choose to apply to Amherst, although they are under no obligation to do so. A fee waiver of the $60 application fee is provided to all students invited to attend a DIVOH weekend. Some students who apply to the Open House will also receive a waiver for the Amherst College $60 application fee in order to encourage their applications to Amherst, regardless of whether they are invited to attend the Open House.
  • To get application, go to https://www.amherst.edu/admission/diversity/divoh
  • Amherst College

Office of Admission

220 South Pleasant Street

Amherst, MA 01002

(413) 542-2328 Phone

(413) 542-2040 Fax

www.amherst.edu/admission/diversity For more information, visit https://www.amherst.edu/admission/diversity/divoh


* (D) Barnard College

New York, New York

Program: Sunday, October 21, 2012 (BARNARD BOUND – by invitation only)

  • Requirements: Student application, Adviser Nomination Form, and transcript
  • Monday, October 22, 2012 (OPEN HOUSE – open to all interested students)

Application deadline: September 14, 2012.

For more info, visit- http://barnard.edu/node/6934


*(D) Bates College

Lewiston, Maine

Program: Prologue to Bates: Prologue I: October 7-9 or Prologue II: November 11-

Application deadline: September 7, 2012 for October 7-9 Visit.

Application deadline: October 1, 2012 for November 11-13 Visit.

  • You can find the application at: http://www.bates.edu/admission/prologue/
  • Scholarships are offered to students who apply for a travel scholarship on the application. Parents can also apply to come.
  • Bates Office of Admission

Phone: 1-855-BATES55 (1-855-228-3755)



*(D) Beloit College

St. Beloit, Wisconsin

  • Program: Summer Days: July 27, and August 17. Autumn Visit Days: September 22, October 8, and October 27, and Admitted Student Open House in the Spring that offers fly-ins

Deadlines: Summer application went online May 9. Online registration will be available six weeks in advance of each event. Make sure to register. http://www.beloit.edu/prospective/visit/visitdayprograms


*(D ) Bowdoin College

Brunswick, ME

Program: Explore Bowdoin; September 20-23, 2012 and November 1-4 2012 (Note: November 3 is SAT date)

Application Deadline: August 24 and September 28, respectively.


*(D) Brandeis University

 Waltham, Massachusetts

Program: SEED-Students Exploring and Embracing Diversity, Nov 10, 2012

Application deadlines: TBD. Students notified on rolling basis

  • There is an application to fill up but it will not be available until the 2nd week of August. Visit www.brandeis.edu/seed to see if the site for SEED has been launched, along with the application.
  • Fax: 781-736-3536
  •  Mail:
  • Brandeis University

Undergraduate Admissions
MS 003
415 South Street
Waltham, MA 02454


  • Students go to special program on 11/10 and then spend the night and attend Fall Preview Day the next day.
  • All expense paid trip to campus and back.

If you have any questions, please contact Jared Rivers at-

Email: jriv@brandeis.edu


*(D) Bryn Mawr

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

Program: Bryn Mawr by Day, Oct 8 and Nov 12, 2012 (9:30am-2pm)

Deadlines: Bryn Mawr by Night (overnight program), three dates with three different foci

  • · IMAGINE (Humanities Focus)- Sept 27-28
    • Register by Sept 18th at:


  • · INVESTIGATE (Women in math and science)- Oct 23-24
    • Register by Oct 17th at:


  • · ELECTION 2012 (Politics, History, and Public Service), Nov 6-7
    • Register by Oct 30th at:


For more information please visit http://brynmawr.edu/admissions/visit/index.html

Bryn Mawr College
101 North Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
610-526-5151 – phone
610-526-7471 – fax


*(D) Carleton College

 Northfield, Minnesota

Program: Taste of Carleton, Thursday, October 25-Saturday, October 27, 2012

Deadlines:   Applications are being updated for 2012

  • OutofStateApplication (non-Minnesota residents) (Deadline: September)
  • MinnesotaApplication (Minnesota residents) (Deadline: October
  • Nomination and invitation process necessary for attending
  • Nominations can still be done regardless of the deadline listed online. Follow this link to nominate a student(s)-  www.go.carleton.edu/TOC
  • Mail applications to:

Carleton College?Office of Admissions?100 South College Street?Northfield, MN 55057

  • Questions?  Concerns?

Contact Carla Zelada or Stefani Tran at 800-995-2275 or emailtoc@carleton.edu.


*(D) Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Program: Celebration of Diversity Weekend- November 10-12, January 19-21

 Deadlines: Registration will be available in September

Program: Sleeping Bag Weekend-

  • October 14-15
  • October 28-19
  • November 11-12
  • January 20-21

Deadlines: Registration will be available in August

for further conditions for receiving travel assistance.

  • Contact the Admissions Office if you have any questions


(*D) College of Charleston

Charleston, SC

 Program: M.O.V.E., the Multicultural Overnight Visit Experience, Sept 21-22, Oct 19-20, Nov 2-3, Nov 16-17

Deadline: Not known, but ASAP since space is limited

  • Visit http://admissions.cofc.edu/explorethecollege/events/moveovernight.phpfor more info and MOVE application.
    • Take part in a class visit.
    • Be hosted by an outstanding currently enrolled minority student.
    • Meet other currently enrolled students and interested students like yourself.
    • Stay overnight in one of our eight residence halls.
    • Learn about our pre-professional programs and proximity to the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Charleston School of Law.
    • Experience our active college community.
    • Have the opportunity to ask lots of questions, including questions about being a minority student on campus.
    • Requires student application, parental application, and medical consent
    • Submit your completed application to Debbie Counts, Office of Admissions, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC 29424 or FAX to 843.953.7461
    • For more information, contact Debbie Counts at countsd@cofc.edu or 843.953.4954.

Other Events:

Fall Open House – November 3, 2012

Junior Preview (for high school juniors) – April 20, 2013


*(D)Colgate University

Hamilton, New York

Program: Multicultural Open house, October 21-22, 2012

Deadlines: Application must be received no later than October 5, 2012


*(D) Colorado College

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Program: Multicultural Open House, November 10-12

Application opens August 1st, 2012. Deadline: October 10th.


*(D) Connecticut College

New London, Connecticut

Program:  Explorer Weekend- Oct. 6-8, 2012, and Nov. 3-5, 2012.

Deadlines: For priority consideration, please submit this online application and your high school transcript by September 14, 2012.

  • You may fax your transcript to (860)439-4301 or mail it to Connecticut College, Office of Admission, 270 Mohegan Ave., New London, CT 06320.
  • For more info and the application- http://www.conncoll.edu/admission/exploreweekend.htm
  • You can request travel assistance on the application.
  • For questions, please contact Will Tran, assistant director of admission
    Telephone: (860)439-2208
    Fax: (860)439-4301

Program: Fall Open House will take place on Monday, October 8, 2012



*(D) Cornell University-

Ithaca, NY

Programs:      Fall Diversity Hosting Weekend (Fall DHW) and Women in Engineering Program:    (WIE        Program)-both through the College of Engineering at Cornell- September 27-29, 2012

Application Deadline WIE: August 1, 2012 (closed)

Application Deadline DHW: extended to August 15th

  • Fall DHW is a co-ed program that focuses on students that identify with backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in engineering (African American/Black, Latino/a, and Native American), while the focus of the WIE Program is the experience of all women engineers at Cornell. Students selected for either program will have the opportunity to stay in a residence hall with a current student; learn details about the admission process; participate in interactive lab demonstrations; interact with faculty, staff, and students; and engage with members of several of our award-winning engineering student organizations. Participation in one of these programs is a great way for students to learn more about what Cornell has to offer aspiring engineers!
  • Required application, high school transcript and high school profile.
  • If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact the Engineering Admissions
    office via email at engr_admissions@cornell.edu<mailto:engr_admissions@cornell.edu>
    and include “Fall Hosting” in the subject heading or call their office at (607) 255-5008.


*(D) Dartmouth

Hanover, NH

Programs: Dartmouth Bound-Summer Program, July 29th – August 1st, 2012.

Native American Community, SAME

Program Deadlines: May 21, 2012. Check next May for next year’s program


* Davidson College

Davidson, NC

Program: Discover Davidson I, Sept 22 and Discover Davidson II, Oct 21

Application Deadlines:      REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN SUMMER 2012

Program: Fall Overnight visits, September 13th, September 27th, October 4th, November 1st, November 8th


*(D) Franklin and Marshall College

Lancaster, PA

Program: Collegiate Leadership Summit- Fall Session 1: Monday, October 22nd to Tuesday, October 23rd; Fall Session 2: Monday, November 12th to Tuesday, November 13

Deadlines:      The nomination deadline for the Fall Session 1 program is Sunday, September 23, 2012.

The nomination deadline for the Fall Session 2 program is Sunday, October 14, 2012.

  • The cost of travel and attendance is covered by the College, and each year (6) participants are offered full-tuition scholarships to attend F&M.
  • Students must be nominated to apply and participate.

The nominees should meet the following requirements:

* A minimum GPA of 3.3 in rigorous classes
* Must be of a background underrepresented in higher education
* Must have demonstrated leadership in his or her school or community

* Must be seniors in the fall

  • Counselors, teachers, or staff members of community organizations

To nominate a student, please visit http://forms.fandm.edu/mach/view.php?id=77


*(D)George Washington University- CALLED. NO INFO YET ON DATES. 8/3

Washington, DC

Program: Multicultural Open Houses: Fall and Spring (Dates not available yet)

April 14, 2012

Deadlines:      April 7, 2012 (Check next year in spring)

  • If you require travel assistance, please indicate the need when registering. There is a limited number of travel assistance scholarships. GW will provide a limited number of travel assistance scholarships.  You can access the Travel Grant Application here.


(*D) Grinnell College

Grinnell, Iowa

Program: 2012 Diversity Preview Program, Oct 4-6, 2012

Deadline for application: September 5th, 2012

  • In addition to app, please submit the following by the above postmark deadline
    • A high school transcript
    • An official SAT or ACT score
    • An activities resume.
  • Materials can be faxed: (641) 269-4800 or sent by US Mail to Grinnell College, Office of Admission – GDPP, 1103 Park St., Grinnell, IA 50112

*(D) Gustavus Adolpus

St. Peter, MN

Program: Fly-in Program- December 2-4 and March 17-19

Application Deadline:   Please check for updates at http://admission.gustavus.edu/admissions/visit/flyin.asp BY THE END OF AUG INFO WILL BE UPDATED ONLINE. Last year deadline was November 1 for December visit.

  • What to expect:
  • For those who live more than 400 miles from St. Peter, Minnesota, the fly-in program would include:
    • The cost of the flight
    • Transportation to and from the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport
    • Overnight accommodations with current Gustavus students
    • Meals in the Gustavus Market Place
    • Sitting in on classes
    • Meeting with professors, coaches or conductors.

Students interested in our fly-in program should:


*(D) Hamilton College

Clinton, New York

Program: Diversity Overnight, September 30th-October 1st

Application Deadline: 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 12th.

  • Prospective seniors can apply in the beginning of their fall semester by completing the application at: http://www.hamilton.edu/admission/diversityovernight
  • Please fax a copy of your high school transcript with senior year courses and standardized test scores to the attention of Brianna McRae at 315-859-4457.
  • Hamilton College offers travel reimbursement to a limited number of students who are unable to visit campus without financial assistance. Interested students should contact our office at admission@hamilton.edu


*(D) Harvey Mudd College

Claremont, CA

Program: Fall Future Achievers in Science and Technology Program (FAST): September 14-15 2012

Application Deadline: August 13th

(D) College of Holy Cross

Worcester, Massachusetts

Program: Fall Open House, Sunday, September 30th and Sunday, November 11th.?

Application Deadlines:          Online registration will be available beginning September 1st.

(D) Program: Perspectives Overnight Program, November 10-12.

Application Deadline: More information and application forms will be available in September.


*(D) Illinois Wesleyan University

Bloomington, Illinois

Program: Summer Preview Days- Friday, August 3, 2012 and Friday, August 10, 2012

Application Deadlines: Please register for this event no later than one week prior to the event

(D) Program: Multicultural Weekend,







*(D) Kalamazoo College

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Program: Crash the Campus, Nov 4-5 2012

Application Deadline to submit application is Oct 12

  • You can find more info and the application here: http://kzoo.edu/admission/?p=crash
  • Travel for this program will be subsidized. If you would like to be considered for a full travel subsidy, please have your counselor give you a copy of a college application fee waiver (from NACAC, College Board or similar source), which will then be applied to your Kalamazoo College application
  • For more information, contact the office of admission at phone 269-337-7166 or admission@kzoo.edu


*(D) Kenyon College

Gambier, Ohio


Fall Visit Days and Overnight Visit Program, September 1 and 30 and September 30-October 1, 2012

Cultural Connections: Cultural Connections I: Overnight Visit Program – Sunday-Monday, October 7-8, 2012 and Cultural Connections II: Overnight Visit Program – Sunday-Monday, December 2-3, 2012

  • Please contact Kim Totman at 740-427-5778 to make reservations.
  • Please visit this page for more information on any of these events and registration to attend- http://www.kenyon.edu/visitdays.xml#x4148
  • IMPORTANT: If you need help funding your travel to any event, complete the online Travel Grant application. Can cover up to 90% of the lowest advertised airfares or up to $50 to offset driving costs. Find more info on this grant here http://www.kenyon.edu/x1697.xml or call Kim Totman at 800-848-2468.


(*D) Lehigh University-

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Program: Diversity Achievers Program, Sunday, October 21st followed by and including Senior Open House Monday, October 22nd.

Application and all Materials Deadline: Tuesday, September 11.

Required items:

  • Diversity Achievers Program Application
  • (Unofficial) transcript
  • SAT/ACT results
  • Personal Essay (online application or Word document emailed to Adrienne Yurack at aky4@lehigh.edu)
  • Résumé (please fax or email a Word document to Adrienne Yurack at aky4@lehigh.edu)
  • Overnight Agreement

Required elements not available for online/electronic submission should be faxed to (610) 758-4361, Attn: Diversity Achievers Program.

For more info, visit www.lehigh.edu/dap or contact Majed Dergham at mad305@lehigh.edu or Maria Asayag at mga210@lehigh.edu.

Those unable or not selected to attend DAP are still encouraged to attend Senior Open House on Monday, October 22. For more info on open houses, visit http://www4.lehigh.edu/admissions/undergrad/visit/openhouses.aspx for any updates.

V.I.E.W: Experience a Day at Lehigh, September, October, and November dates are still being finalized. Please check http://www4.lehigh.edu/admissions/undergrad/visit/specialvisit.aspx#day for updates, which should be up sometime in August.


*(D) Lewis & Clark College

Portland, Oregon

Program: L.E.A.D. program, dates still being finalized but there is a verified event

Application Deadline: TBA

  • Who: 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.
  • What: Visit campus at the College’s expense, meet current students and faculty, participate in leadership development activities, sit in on classes, spend the night in a residence hall, taste the food, have an admissions interview, and experience life at Lewis & Clark College firsthand.
  • Information has not been updated for this year but there is a verified event https://college.lclark.edu/offices/admissions/multicultural_recruitment/lead/
  • You must turn in:
    * L.E.A.D. Application Form
    * Official High School Transcript, including grades 9-11
    * Teacher Recommendation
    * Resume of Leadership Activities
    * Essay describing a time you demonstrated leadership (250-500 words)
  • If you have questions, please e-mail Lauren Brown, Admissions Counselor, at lbrown@lclark.edu or call her at 800-444-4111.
  • You can also contact Rasheid Light at rlight@lclark.edu , for further information.


*(D) Miami University (Ohio)

Oxford, OH

Program: Bridges at Miami University, Oct 28-29, Nov 4-5, or 18-19, 2012

Deadline for Applications are due September 10

  • Application criteria includes the following:
    • Students from underrepresented populations
    • High school students graduating in 2013
    • Minimum of 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale or top 25% of graduating class
    • College prep curriculum
    • Demonstrated leadership/co-curricular involvement

Office of Admission
Attn: Bridges Program
Miami University
301 S. Campus Ave.
Oxford, OH 45056

Email: outreach@muohio.edu
Fax: 513-529-0680
Include a fax cover sheet with your full name and the subject line, “Bridges Program.”

·         Note: Bridges Scholarship

Students who successfully complete the program, apply and are accepted for Fall 2013 admission, and enroll at Miami University, Oxford campus, will receive a scholarship awarded only to Bridges students.


*(D) Middlebury College

Middlebury, Vermont

Program: Discover Middlebury, Oct 21-23, 2012

Application Deadline is Sept 14th by 5pm (est)

  1. Personal Statement
  2. Unofficial copy of standardized test scores
  3. Unofficial copy of your HS transcript or grade report from 9th-11th grade
  • This program targets under-represented groups such as- African American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American, and American Indian students; students (regardless of ethnicity) with demonstrated financial hardship; and students who are first in their families to pursue a four-year college education.
  • Space is highly limited; approximately 75 spaces available. Transportation will be provided for students who will be financial aid applicants.


(D) Missouri University of Science and Technology

Rolla, MO

Program: Open House

  • Saturday, Oct 6
  • Monday, Nov 12
  • Monday, Feb 18
  • Saturday, April 20

Visit http://futurestudents.mst.edu/visit/index.html to RSVP to any of these Open Houses.
For Diversity Events, specifically Si Se Puede! , visit http://sdp.mst.edu/pre-collegesummer/sisepuede/ for updates. There will be a fall event, but date is TBD.

Please call 573-341-4212 for more information.



PCI- SPRING 2013, SET DATES ARE TBD. (Pre college initiative for African American High school students that may be considering a future career in math, science, computing or engineering). Visit http://sdp.mst.edu/pre-collegesummer/pci/ for updates.

(D) Mt. Holyoke College-

South Hadley, Massachusetts, All Women’s College

Program: Focus on Diversity. Nov 11-12, 2012

Application Deadline-November 5

Phone: 413-538-2023
Email: admission@mtholyoke.edu




*(D) Oberlin College and Conservatory

Oberlin, Ohio

Program: Multicultural Visit Program: September 13, October 12, and November 9

Application Deadlines:

  • Oct 11-13, app due Sept 13
  •  Nov 8-10, app due Oct 12
  • Dec 6-8, app due Nov 9
  • Must be a student of color, interested in a liberal arts Education, US citizen or permanent resident
  • To apply you must submit all of this by the noted deadline:
  1. Application Form with short answer question. This section may be completed using the online application*, or you may mail or fax us the paper application. *There is a short answer required for the application. Be prepared to answer the following in 500 words or less: Since 1835 Oberlin has been a leader in diversity, becoming the first school in the nation to admit African Americans and adopting a policy to admit students regardless of race or gender. Knowing this, what do you feel you can contribute to Oberlin’s community and commitment to diversity
  2. Completed and signed Counselor Form
  3. High School Transcript (unofficial copies are acceptable)
  4. SAT or ACT Scores
  5. ?Statement of Financial Responsibility
  • If you have any questions, contact them via email or phone.




800-622-OBIE (6243)
8:30am – 5pm EST

To fax or mail your application form:



Street Address

Multicultural Visit Program
Office of Admissions
Oberlin College
101 N. Professor St.
Oberlin, OH 44074


*(D) Pitzer College

Claremont, CA


Program: Diversity Weekend. Thursday, Nov 1st – Saturday, Nov 3  andThursday, Nov 8th – Saturday, Nov 10

Application Deadlines: The application deadline for the Fall Diversity Programs is Wednesday, October 3, 2012. Applicants will be notified with a decision by Friday, October 12, 2012. Space is limited, so please submit your application by the deadline for full consideration. Application goes online September 1.

  • Selected students will have the opportunity to meet with admission and financial aid staff, interview, speak with current students and faculty members, sit in on classes, learn more about athletics and student organizations, explore all 5 Claremont College campuses through a strategically designed Scavenger Hunt, and engage in a fun activity around the Metro LA area. Past activities have included attending SCAM Fest (the Southern California A Cappella Music Festival), enjoying Santa Monica Pier/Beach, having a bonfire at Huntington Beach, going to Universal Studios City Walk, and many other amusements unique to Southern California.

·         Apply

In order to be considered for the Fall Diversity Program, applicants must:

Be high school seniors by fall 2012

Be living in the US

Submit a Diversity Program Application (available here starting September 1)

Submit a copy of your high school transcript with grades through junior year

  • Thank you for your interest in Pitzer College and the Diversity Program. For more information, please contact Jee Won Lee at jeewon_lee@pitzer.edu or  909-621-8129 .


*(D) Pomona College

Claremont, California


Program: Overnight stays, September 29th, December 7

Fall Weekend at Pomona College, OCT 12-15 AND NOV 9-12


  • To get Interest Form: email Malisha Richardson, Assistant Dean of Admissions or Natalie Robinson, program coordinator
  • malisha.richardson@pomona.edu or natalie.robinson@pomona.edu
  • If you need a travel grant, the interest form includes a form to request that funding.


*University of Puget Sound

Tacoma, Washington

Program: Fall Campus Day, Sept 29, 2012

Application Deadline: Registration OPENS MID AUG.


*(D) Reed College

Portland, Oregon

Program: Reed Overnight Multicultural Experience (ROME), November 4-6

Deadline: September 17, application will be available Aug 1st.

  • Eligibility requirements: Citizen or permanent resident, HS minority student, 2 short essays, SAT/ACT/PSAT scores, HS transcript.
  • Supplemental info can be sent via:

Other visits:

(*D) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, New York

Program: Summer Visiting Days  8/9 or 8/10, Rensselaer Medalist Open House 9/22, Fall open house 10/13,

admissions@rpi.edu or call  (518) 276-6216.

STAR- The STAR (Science, Technology, and Arts) Program At Rensselaer (RPI)/S: OCT 11-13, 2012.

Application deadline: September 17

  • · Application is available here: https://apply-undergrad.rpi.edu/register/?id=d374035a-c3b6-4856-86b9-b11a1a58f861
  • · Applicants must submit transcript with application
  • Rensselaer will provide transportation for students from the New York metro area on a chartered bus that will depart from the Jacob Javits Center on Thursday, October 11 at 1 p.m.
  • If you are traveling to the Capital District and need transportation to the Rensselaer campus, we’ll be glad to pick you up at the train station, airport, or bus terminal. Please wait for a confirmation e-mail from Rensselaer before scheduling transportation to campus


*(D) Scripps College

Claremont, California, All Women’s College


Program: Multicultural Outreach: Discover Scripps September 23 and 24, 2012.

Application Deadline to submit online application is August 13, 2012.

  • 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
  • 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)
  • For the application, more information, and FAQ’s, visit http://admission.scrippscollege.edu/discoverscripps


*(D) Smith College

Northampton, Massachusetts

Program: Women of Distinction, Nov 9-11, 2012

Application Deadline:   September 21, 2012

  • Contact Deanna Dixon, Assistant Director of Admission and WOD program coordinator at ddixon@smith.edu or Krystal Cummings (who is in charge of the program) at kcumming@smith.edu with any further questions

SummerPreview -Aug. 10, 2012

FallPreview– Nov. 12, 2012


*St. Ambrose University

Davenport, Iowa

Program: Fall 2012 Open House-Saturday, Sept. 15 (8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.)

Application Deadline: Now. To register: http://www.sau.edu/Academic_Programs/Doctor_of_Physical_Therapy/Admissions_and_Application/Open_House.html



*(D) Swarthmore College

Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

Program: Discover Swarthmore! Saturday, September 29 through Monday October 1, 2012.

Applications Deadline: Applications will be accepted until Friday, August 17.


(D) Texas A&M

College Station, TX

 Program: TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY: MEDALS 21ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE , November 2 – 3, 2012, Maximizing Educational Development through Academic and Leadership Skills


Application Deadline:  TBA

  • The Department of Multicultural Services is offering a two-day program allows high school students from a multicultural background the unique experience of viewing college opportunities from a diverse perspective. Participation is open to 10th – 12th grade high school students and parents.
  • If interested, go to: http://medals.tamu.edu and click on the registration tab.


*(D) Tufts University

Medford, Massachusetts

Program: Voices of Tufts: The Diversity Experience- full information should be available by early September.

Application deadline is: TBD.


(D) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Program: Hispanic/Latino Student Recruitment Day, Oct 12-13, 2012

High School Honors Day, September 15, 2012

No travel aid is offered; only in the Spring for admitted students.

For other diversity events, visit http://www.unc.edu/diversity/prospectivestudents.htm

  • Please contact the Multicultural Programs Coordinator Josmell Perez, B.A. Email: josmell@unc.edu; Phone: 919-843-5517


*(D)University of Vermont

Burlington, Vermont

Program: Discovering UVM

October 21–23, 2012, application deadline- Oct 5th

October 28–30, 2012, app deadline- Oct 12th

November 4–6, 2012- app deadline- Oct 26th

?    Applicants may apply for a travel grant in the application


(D). Villanova College

Villanova, PA

Program: College Day: October 5 (for seniors); February 8 (for juniors)

Application Deadline: September 28 for seniors and February 1st for juniors

  • Visit for groups ONLY.

Program: College Weekend: For Seniors: November 16-28 2012 and for Juniors: March 22-24, 2013

Application Deadline: November 2 for seniors and March 1 for juniors

*(D) Washington & Lee University:

Lexington, Virginia

Program: Overnight campus visits for multicultural students on an invitation-only basis.: October 7-9, November 11-13, and January 13-15.

Application Deadlines: Contact admissions office.

  • In order to be considered for this, students must send, either via fax at 540-458-8062 or by email to ehutchinson@wlu.edu:

1)         Unofficial transcript that includes final junior grades

2)         Senior year class schedule

3)         Unofficial score report from SAT and/or ACT

  • There are 3-day, 2-night all-expense-paid visits (including airfare and ground transportation, if applicable)

*Wesleyan University

Middletown, Connecticut

Program: Fall Open House Monday, October 8, 2012 and Friday, November 12, 2012 

Transportation Assistance program– limited, must apply by deadlines

Monday, October 8, 2012 (Columbus Day) –

TAP Form Deadline is September 21, 2012

Monday, November 12, 2012 (Veterans Day) –

TAP Form Deadline is October 18, 2012


  • Application for the Transportation Assistance Program

Visit this site for more info about travel aid http://wesleyan.edu/admission/visiting_campus/transportation_assistance.html


Program: Overnight Stays

Deadline: Two weeks before visit.

  • Program operates mid-September through the end of November; Sun- Thurs. Overnights are also available to transfer students during the month of February. Please notify the Office of Admission at least 2 weeks in advance of your interest in an overnight visit.
  • To arrange your visit, call Loreen Carta at (860) 685-2974 or Laura McQueeney at (860) 685-2972. For more info, go to http://wesleyan.edu/admission/visiting_campus/overnight_stays.html



Wellesley, MA

Program: Discover Wellesley, October 21-22, 2012

Application Deadline: August 31, 2012

  • Wellesley provides fully funded travel grants to select high school seniors (who wish to visit campus during this weekend.
  • Applicants from underrepresented cultural backgrounds such as African American, Latina American, Native American, Asian American, and low-income students
  • http://new.wellesley.edu/admission/discoverwellesley


*(D) Whitman College

Walla Walla, Washington

Program: Visit Scholarship Program, Fall Visitors’ Day II, November 10-12

Application Submission Period- August 1-September 30.

?    To be considered for the Priority I deadline all parts of the application must be in by early September.  Students may submit application materials up until the Priority II deadline, September 30, 2012. Priority II applicants will be considered after Priority I application decisions have been made..

?    The application is available here: www.whitman.edu/admission/vsp/apply

?    Limited event: approximately 85 students

?    Other dates are available if those dates don’t work out. There are spring dates available for juniors- TBD

?        Follow this link for any updates –http://www.whitman.edu/content/admission/visiting/visitorsdays

?    For more info, contact Esther Weathers @weatheec@whitman.edu


*(D) Williams College

Williamstown, Massachusetts

Program:  Windows on Williams (WOW)-two dates. Upon acceptance you will be able to choose which date you can attend

Application Deadline: Will accept applications throughout the fall, but for priority consideration, be sure to submit your application by July 1. To ensure full consideration, submit your application by August 19.

NO response yet. Last year’s info…

*(D) Trinity College- awaiting email reply, NO ANSWER ON 8/3

Hartford, Connecticut

Program: Preview Weekend: November 6-7, 2011



Union College

Schenectady, NY




Union College


Schenectady, NY


Program: Columbus Day Open House , Oct 8, 2012


Fall 2012



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