The Virtual Voices of Tufts Diversity Experience, sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, is a two-day online visit program designed to introduce high school seniors to diversity and community at Tufts University. Participants have the opportunity to learn more about Tufts through guided virtual tours with current students, interactive student panels, application and financial aid presentations, and conversations with representatives from our identity-based resource centers. There is no cost to participate in this virtual program and all applicants to Voices will have their Tufts application fee waived.
VIRTUAL VOICES OF TUFTS DIVERSITY EXPERIENCE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2020
From Friday, October 23 through Sunday, October 25, Trinity College will host Bantam Bound!
This year’s Bantam Bound program, formally known as Preview Weekend, will be a virtual experience providing high school seniors the opportunity to attend sessions and webinars that will explore both the academic and social aspects of the Trinity community, focusing on diverse perspectives including the experiences of first-generation, international, and students-of-color.
To apply, students must submit the following documents by Monday, September 14:
Bantam Bound Application (including program specific essay)
Copy of official/unofficial current high school transcript
The following materials are optional:
Please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-297-2180 with any questions.
We're excited to announce that applications are now open for HOME (Hopkins Online Multicultural Program), our signature event that connects African American, Black, Latinx, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, and multiracial high school seniors to the people, organizations, and resources that unite our multicultural community.
Space for HOME and HOME + Impact is limited and an application is required. Students interested in participating should visit the HOME website for more information and to apply.
Please share the information below with any seniors you think would be a good match for HOME. If you or your students have any additional questions, contact us at email@example.com.
About the program
HOME is a conference-style virtual program on Saturday, October 17, with an additional event, HOME + Impact, on Saturday, October 24.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17
HOME showcases the resources available at Hopkins as students explore their unique and intersectional identities, and find community among their peers, our faculty, and staff.
HOME + Impact
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24
The Hopkins community is comprised of change-makers and innovators. During this program, you will connect with Hopkins students that are leading conversations and making an impact in Baltimore and around the world.
Deadline to Apply: September 28Have-A-Look participants will have the opportunity to interact with faculty and administrators, learn about academics, connect with current Haverfordians, receive application advice, and discuss anti-racism initiatives on campus. Interested high school seniors (U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and undocumented/DACA students living in the United States) are welcome to apply.
On behalf of Columbia Engineering and Columbia Undergraduate Admissions, we would like to remind you about your students' invitation to apply for the Virtual Columbia Engineering Experience (CE2).
If your students are interested in this free program, please remind them to submit their application online by Monday, August 31, 2020.
CE2 was created to encourage high-achieving high school seniors from historically underrepresented backgrounds to explore an engineering education at Columbia; it is our only selective virtual program, designed for high school seniors. This year CE2 will take place in two sessions: September 19 - October 3, 2020, or October 3 - 17, 2020. Students selected for the program will be placed in a session based on capacity and student preference.
Program Highlights Include:
CE2 is designed to serve students from backgrounds that are historically underrepresented in engineering and applied science fields, including:
Please direct your students to our website for the online application and instructions.
Smith College has partnered with EPIC, a recruiting tool operated by InitialView. We hope your students will consider using it to introduce themselves to us.
In the EPIC platform, students can record a 90-second informal video (the "Elevator Pitch") while also giving a "high five" to five target colleges. All students will get responses from their "high five" colleges. We can also reach out to students who don't give us a "high five" with a personalized video recorded only for them.
The platform offers students an easy and fun way to tell us more about themselves, make a personal connection with an admission officer and learn more about Smith!
Please note the deadline for "Elevator Pitch" submissions is September 30th.
We encourage you to take a look at Smith's "Elevator Pitch" and learn more about the InitialView platform.
HOME: Accepting Applications
Applications are open through September 21, 2020 for HOME (Hopkins Online Multicultural Program), our signature event that connects African American, Black, Hispanic, Latinx, Native American, Pacific Islander, and multiracial high school seniors to the people, organizations, and resources that unite our multicultural community.
Space is limited for HOME and HOME + Impact, so students should apply as soon as possible. More information and a link to the application can be found at the HOME website.
Applications for Mount Holyoke’s Focus on Diversity program are now live! This year’s virtual program, held October 24-25, is designed for high school seniors of color as well as those who have championed diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at their school. We encourage you to invite your students to apply.
Eager to hear more student voices?
To learn more and to direct your students to apply, visit our Focus on Diversity webpage. Please note that the deadline to apply is October 2, 2020.
At Access Babson, students will join real talk sessions about diversity, equity, and inclusion, learn more about the admission and financial aid process, participate in an entrepreneurial incubator, and so much more!
Access Babson will take place virtually from 2:00 p.m. EDT to 4:30 p.m. EDT on Sunday, October 18 and Monday October 19, 2020. We strongly encourage students to attend both of these sessions if they choose to register.
October 12, 2020
Application Deadline: October 5, 2020
November 11, 2020
Application Deadline: November 4, 2020
Please visit union.edu/gtku for additional details, including the application form and requirements.