NC State
Pre-College Programs

June 18-24, 2017

This event is a six-day residential summer program at NC State University where students will live on-campus, get to experience university campus life, become exposed to a college classroom, interact with American Indian faculty, staff and students, as well as obtain assistance with the college application process.

This program will be free of cost to those selected to participate. Students will be responsible for their transportation to campus to begin the program and from campus at its completion.

The Native Education Forum at NC State University is for you if you:

  • Are a rising 11th or 12th grade student that identifies as Native American/American Indian
  • Have a cumulative GPA of a 3.5 or higher
  • Are interested in NC State University
  • Are a leader in your school, family and/or community

You must apply to be selected to attend the Forum by clicking the apply link below.

Application available: February 15
Deadline to apply: April 1
Students notified of acceptance: April 14

Apply for the Native Education Forum

Contact Undergraduate Admissions if you have any questions at justin_richardson@ncsu.edu or 919-515-2434.

 

 

Jacob NEF small-7707 “Being able to help kids who are in the same situation I was when trying to prepare for college, and seeing that what I shared with them made that preparation and transition a bit easier” – Jacob Jacobs, Junior in Chemical Engineering
28275457783_ba156db186_o-2 “NEF is a way for the university to build relationships with tribal communities. It allows us to show the youth the benefits of getting a higher education, so they can continue to help our communities grow.” – Justin Richardson, Admissions Counselor

Resources for Native American Students

Multicultural Student Affairs

Native American Student Affairs

Native American Student Association

University Housing: Native Space

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

Triangle Native American Society

Drum Group – Miskwá Waya

NC State Powwow