As part of its comprehensive outreach efforts, Dartmouth's college access programs are designed to give participants an 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 will cover travel expenses, housing, and meals for students who are selected for these programs.

Dartmouth Bound

Sunday, July 14 – Wednesday, July 17
Sunday, July 28 – Wednesday, July 31 

We will be hosting two Dartmouth Bound Programs this summer. Each program date will offer the same opportunities.

We are no longer accepting applications to the 2024 Dartmouth Bound Program

The Dartmouth Bound application is open to all rising high school seniors currently living and attending a high school in the U.S., regardless of citizenship status. We encourage students from underserved communities—including students who are the first in their families to attend college, students from low-income families, and students from under-resourced high schools or who otherwise lack access or opportunity to programs or resources that would assist in preparing them for college—to apply.

 

Indigenous Fly-In Program

Sunday, October 13 – Wednesday, October 16, 2024
Apply to the 2024 Indigenous Fly-In Program

Application deadline: July 22, 2024

The Indigenous Fly-In Program application is open to all rising high school seniors currently living and attending a high school in the U.S., regardless of citizenship status. We encourage students who identify as Indigenous* themselves, or have demonstrated an interest in the Indigenous community and/or Dartmouth's Native American and Indigenous Studies Department to apply.

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