2023 CH Student Application
Welcome and thank you for your interest in the College Horizons summer college admission workshop for
Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian high school
students in the 10th and 11th grades.
In-Person Summer Programs: We are so happy to return to in-person programs for the summer of 2023 and can't wait to meet you on the hosting campuses of the University of Redlands and Emory University. Since the 2023 programs will be held in-person, please reserve the following dates on your calendars as no late arrivals or early departures are allowed:
2023 Program Host Sites & Dates:
University of Redlands | Redlands, CA
June 24-30, 2023
Emory University | Atlanta, GA
July 8-14, 2023
DEADLINE TO APPLY (FOR NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS):
January 25th, 2023 at 11:59pm MST
Remote Orientation & Opening Session: Leading up to the program, remote orientation, teaching sessions and meetings (via Zoom) will be held and are required. In addition, students will schedule individual meetings with list maker, essay specialist, and meet faculty in their small groups so that you can make the most of your time together in-person at CH.
Application: This form is for all student applicants (new and returning). Please complete all sections and double-check your information is correct. This application helps paint a full picture of your academic, family, and community life in order to evaluate how College Horizons may be able to support you in the college and financial aid process. A reminder that once you start the application, you may save and return to it at any time.
Includes Short Answer Questions, Personal Reflection Essay, ACT/SAT Results (if any), and Unofficial Transcript Upload.
3. Counselor Form & Official Transcript Upload
Students are responsible for giving their Teachers the link to this form.
Students are responsible for giving their Counselors the link to this form.
4. Parent/Guardian Form
To be completed by applicant's Parent/Legal Guardian.
5. Tribal Enrollment & Hawaiian Documentation Upload
6. Quarter 3 Grades Upload (Due by 2/28/23)
To eligible for our program, each student must:
- Be an enrolled citizen of a federally recognized or state recognized American Indian tribe*, Alaska Native group**, or Native Hawaiian***.
- Be a current sophomore or junior in high school.
- Have a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA (in core academic courses, not electives).
- Be a U.S. citizen and currently reside in the United States.
- Be up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccinations by April 1, 2023.
- Submit a completed application by the deadline.
*Indian tribes are sovereign and set their own rules regarding tribal enrollment and membership. To find out what requirements a specific tribe has, contact the tribe's main office or tribal enrollment office.**Includes a member of a federally recognized Alaska Native Tribe, an original Alaska Native Corporation settlement Act (ANCSA) enrollee, or a person issued stock from an ANCSA Regional Corporation.
***Documentation from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs will be accepted.