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Our application is now closed. 

Please check back this fall for more information on our 2020 summer programs.




To be eligible for our program, each student must:

  • Be American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian (You will need to provide a copy of relevant state/federal tribal enrollment documentation or from the Ho’oulu Hawaiian Data Center or Office of Hawaiian Affairs)
  • Be a current sophomore or junior in high school
  • Have a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade-point average (in core academic courses, not electives)
  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
  • Submit a completed application packet by the deadline



2019 HOST SITES


University of Michigan: June 15-21

Brown University: June 22-28


PROGRAM FLYER


Help us spread the word! Download a copy of our 2019 Program Flyer and share with students who might be interested.


ABOUT COLLEGE HORIZONS


College Horizons is an annually occurring college admission workshop for Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and Native American sophomores and juniors in high school. College Horizons is held each summer at different college campus partners.  

Through our programs students experience residential life on a college campus while also learning extensively about the college admission and financial aid process.  Our expert faculty work one on one with students to help prepare them to put their best foot forward in the college application process, while also receiving guidance on selecting, affording and thriving on a campus that fits.  We are proud to say that College Horizons is the only workshop of its kind - a program focused solely on serving the unique needs and experiences of Native students throughout the nation and bringing that perspective into the college selection and application process.  Learn More.


FEATURED VIDEO


Watch a short preview of what students get to experience at our programs!  Directed/edited by Paul Iona (Native Hawaiian), CH '06/'07 alumnus.