I’m First Opportunities

Your GW, October 22 – 23; November 12 – 13 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 information coming soon.  Learn More>>

Haverford College
Haverford, PA

Multicultural Scholars Experience, October 25 – 27 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 immerse themselves in the Haverford experience. Haverford can provide need-based travel scholarships. If you need financial assistance to attend MSE, please make an indication on your application. Learn More>>

Multicultural Open House, October 3 – 5; October 31 -November 2 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.    
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Kalamazoo College
Kalamazoo, MI

Multicultural Fly-in Program, November 5 – 7 If you are a high school senior of multicultural background or you are a student with a strong interest in Diversity and Inclusion, we invite you to spend a couple 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. Apply by October 9. Learn More>>

Lafayette College
Easton, PA

Our Beloved Community, November 14 Lafayette College invites you to apply for the 3rd Annual Our Beloved Community Symposium on Saturday, November 14th, 2015. 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.  Learn More>>

Ohio University
Athens, OH

OHIO Discovery Day, October 3, November 21, December 5 This fall open-house program is the perfect one-day opportunity for families to discover the promise of Ohio University. The program includes an OHIO overview, academic department information sessions, a resource fair, and guided walking tours of our beautiful, historic campus. Learn More>>

Reed College

Portland, OR

Reed Overnight Multicultural Experience (ROME) November  5 – 7 Each year, the Reed Admission Office offers domestic high school seniors from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds (Asian American, Latino/a American, African American, Native American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander) an opportunity to apply for a fly-in program called Reed Overnight Multicultural Experience. In 2015, the program will take place November 5-7. Apply By September 19. Learn More>>

Pitzer College

Claremont, CA

Diversity Fly-In Program, October 29 – 31 Pitzer College hosts two fall diversity preview program in early November. This program is designed specifically for students from underrepresented backgrounds from across the continental U.S. The Diversity Program is an all-inclusive, all-expense-paid program for which round-trip transportation will be covered. Attendees will be hosted by students in the residence halls throughout the three-day weekend. Apply by September 18. Learn More>>

Multicultural Visit Program, October 18 – 20 University of Rochester’s Multicultural Visitation Program brings together high school seniors from diverse backgrounds and allows them to experience Rochester on a more personal level. Highlights include living on campus, staying in a residence hall with a student host, participating in discussions with current students about the college experience and learning about the many opportunities available for undergraduates. Travel assistance is available. Apply by October 9.  Learn More>>

Discover NAU Come join the Admissions Team at NAU for campus tours and information sessions to see why NAU may be a great fit for you. Information sessions on 9/26, 10/17, 11/14, 11/21, 2/13. Learn More>>

Swarthmore College

Swarthmore, PA

Discover Swarthmore 2015, October  29 – 31 Discover Swarthmore is an 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. Apply by October 3. Learn More>>

Wellesley College

Wellesley, MA

Discover Wellesley Weekend, October 18 -19 Visitors spend time with current students, attend classes, and get an insider’s view of campus and community. Please contact admission@wellesley.edu for more information. Apply by October 12. Learn More>>

Whitman College

Walla Walla, WA

Visit Scholarship Program, November 8 – 9 Whitman College seeks to bring students whose backgrounds and experiences offer varying perspectives on living and learning in a multicultural world to our campus. Approximately 85 high school seniors from underrepresented socioeconomic, racial and cultural backgrounds are invited to an expense-paid visit to Whitman during the fall or spring semesters. Visiting students will stay with an overnight host in a residence hall, eat in our dining halls, visit up to two classes, and meet with an admission officer, coaches, faculty, staff and student leaders upon request. Learn More>>

Discover: The Diversity Experience @ WPI, November 10 – 11 Discover: The Diversity Experience @ WPI is a special overnight program for African Americans, Latino and Native American students as well as students interested in diversity to spend the night on campus and experience the vast diversity that exists on the WPI campus. Students will have the opportunity to eat in the dining halls, connect with current students, participate in a myriad of social activities, explore the vast academic options, and much more. This year’s program will be held on November 10-11. Travel scholarships are available to those who qualify. Apply by October 23. Learn More>>

Colorado State University

Fort Collins, CO

Explore CSU, October 2 Explore CSU is a comprehensive visit day program designed for high school seniors and transfer students to experience what it means to be a Ram. This full-day program includes an admissions overview, walking tour of campus, lunch in one of our dining centers and two academic presentation sessions of your choice. Before the day concludes there will be an information and resource fair featuring campus organizations and representatives from all eight academic colleges. The fair is a great way to connect with campus resources and discover the many ways you can add to our community. Learn More>>

Take a look at some other Open House, Fly-In, & Visit Opportunities below!

Colorado College
Colorado Springs, CO
Fall Open House, October 4-5

Illinois College
Jacksonville, IL
Preview Days, October 12; November 13

Pepperdine University
Malibu, CA
Fridays in Fall

Pomona College
Claremont, CA
Overnight Stays

Sarah Lawrence College
Bronxville, NY
Fall/Spring Collective

Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, NY
Fall Open Houses

Spring Hill College
Mobile, AL
Badger Day Open House, September 26

University of Georgia
Athens, GA
Padres e Hijos Fin De Semana

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN
Information Sessions & Campus Tours, September-December

University of South Florida
Tampa, FL
Stampede to Success, November 14

Williams College
Williamstown, MA
Open House and Campus Visit Information