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UNCP Summer Residential Camps

UNCP Summer Residential Camps

The Project ACCESS Summer Residential Camp is a FREE three-day, two-night residential camp, held at UNC Pembroke.

Each camp will host 24 American Indian high school students from Robeson County who are rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.

Applications and dates will be posted after February in 2018.

The program will expose the students to campus life and teach them about the admission and financial aid process as well as test tasking strategies. Students will complete a college application and essay, develop a resume, and practice interview skills. Participants will also participate in cultural activities. Parents are invited to participate in the last day of the camp, to learn more about higher education and financial aid.

For additional information, contact:  Myia Reyes (Lumbee), Community Engagement Specialist, Southeast American Indian Studies Program | Email: | Phone: 910.775.4663 | Fax: 910.522.5795 |






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