Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find the application?
The application can be found online (click here). Additionally, you may request one to be mailed or emailed to you from the Office of Multicultural Affairs, by contacting;
Coordinator of Pipeline Programs
Do I have to be educationally and financially disadvantaged?
You have to be either educationally or financially disadvantaged. Or you can be both.
Do I have to be an underrepresented minority (African American, Hispanic origin, and/or American Indian) to apply?
Presently, do I have to be disadvantaged to apply to the Summer Enrichment Program?
In order to qualify for a financially disadvantaged status, we consider your tax returns from last year. An educationally disadvantaged status is based upon your secondary educational environment (eg. if your school falls below the district standards).
Where can I find information about my high school, enabling me to provide supporting documentation for my educationally disadvantaged status?
Your school district's website will be able to assist with gathering data about your high school (ie. highschool dropout rate, a high percentage of students who participate in the free lunch program, or the school district's scores on standardized exams are below state/national averages).