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Campus Visit Programs

Dartmouth Bound

Each year Dartmouth's admissions office selects a distinguished group of college-bound rising seniors from across the nation for an extended campus stay. Students are selected for Dartmouth Bound inclusion on the basis of their academic achievement, personal character, and potential for college success. The Dartmouth Bound program provides opportunities for students to visit our campus and learn about life at the College, as well as our admissions and financial aid process.

Applicants must be rising seniors in high school. Application deadline is in May.

Discover Swarthmore

Swarthmore College, one of the premier liberal arts and engineering colleges in the United States, hosts a special free overnight weekend program for Asian, Black, Latino/a, and Native American high school seniors.

Applicants must be rising seniors in high school.

George Washington University Multicultural Open House

Each spring, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions welcomes high school juniors from around the country to GW’s campus for Colonial Insight.

The event kicks off with a cultural festival dinner Thursday evening hosted by the Dean's Council for Multicultural Recruitment. Friday events allow our visiting students to experience campus life through the eyes of current GW students and provide great opportunities to connect with student organizations and the Multicultural Student Services Center.


Wesleyan University Travel Assistance Program

The Travel Assistance Program provides round trip transportation to Connecticut as well as housing and meals for a select group of high school seniors.  While the Open House Program is open to all, the number of participants to be subsidized is limited and a timely response will be considered along with background and interest in Wesleyan.


Whitman Visit Scholarship 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. In order to accomplish this, we offer two programs to help encourage students to visit, apply, and enroll at Whitman College.