On-Campus Experience: Brandeis University (SEED) Fall Diversity Fly-In Program



    On the online application, there is a section for you to list “Community Based Organizations.” In that section, you MUST provide the complete name of your Boys & Girls Club in order to be considered for a slot.
Date of Experience
    October 2017

About the Program

    Brandeis University’s Students Exploring and Embracing Diversity (SEED) program will celebrate multiculturalism and social justice. SEED attendees will stay on campus for specialized academic programming and community building. As a SEED participant, you will have a chance to: meet distinguished faculty and current Brandeis student leaders; experience college life in residences halls with current students; develop a comprehensive understanding of the college admissions process; and attend an evaluative admissions interview to support your application to Brandeis.
Eligibility Requirements
    •  Must have an active membership in a Boys & Girls Club
    •  Must reside in the U.S.
    •  Must submit an online application form
Grade when applying
    •  Rising 12th graders
Slots Available
    •  2 slots available
Terms of On Campus Summer Experience
    •  Scholarship value: $2,800
    •  Two-day, two night overnight program
    •  Brandeis University will be responsible for transportation to and from campus. On-campus housing and meals included. Students should be prepared to bring spending money

Application Deadline

    Early September
About Brandeis University
    Brandeis University is one of the youngest private research universities, as well as the only nonsectarian Jewish-sponsored college or university in the country. Brandeis combines the faculty and resources of a world-class research institution with the intimacy and personal attention of a small liberal arts college. With 3,600 undergraduate students, the institution offers more than 43 majors and 46 minors, and is ranked in the top tier of the nation’s universities. Brandeis is located in Waltham, Mass., just nine miles west of Boston.
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