Each year, we select a dynamic group of rising high school seniors from historically underrepresented backgrounds and communities around the country for an extended campus visit. Students are chosen based on their academic achievement, personal character, and potential for future leadership. Dartmouth will cover travel expenses, housing, and meals for students who are selected for these programs.

Dartmouth Bound • July 18-20, 2022

The Dartmouth Bound Program is designed to give participants an in-person experience of daily college life at Dartmouth. Participants will learn about Dartmouth's close-knit community and its resources, as well as college admissions and financial aid processes. Dartmouth Bound is open to rising seniors currently living and attending a high school in the U.S., from historically underrepresented backgrounds and communities.

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2022 Dartmouth Bound Program.

 

Indigenous Fly-In Program • October 9-12, 2022

Dartmouth's Indigenous Fly-In (IFI) program is designed to give participants an in-person experience of daily college life at Dartmouth. Participants will learn about Dartmouth's Indigenous community and its resources, as well as college admissions and financial aid processes. IFI is open to rising seniors living and attending a high school in the U.S., who identify as Indigenous* themselves, or have demonstrated an interest in the Indigenous community and/or Dartmouth's Native American and Indigenous Studies Department. 

*Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, First Nations, Aboriginal, Pasifika/Indigenous Pacific Islander, or other Indigenous groups.

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2022 Indigenous Fly-In program.