NC State University offers Programs for American Indian High School Students
Wolfpack Pathways - Saturday, March 21, 2015
NC State University is offering "Native Pathways" for American Indian students in
grades 6th to 10th grade. It will be held from 9 am to 11:30 am on March 21, 2015.
Students will visit the university and learn about NC State, the admissions
process, hear from current American Indian students, and take an interactive tour
of the campus. All attendees are invited to attend the 25th annual NC State Pow-wow
for free following the visit. Participants may also take part in our Engineering Open
House & Textiles Open House on the same day. RSVP to Rachel_Ensing@ncsu.edu
by March 6.
Native Education Forum - June 21 through June 27, 2015
Who: Rising 11th & 12th grade students who identify as American Indian
What: A six-day residential summer program at NC State University in which students
will experience university campus life, gain one university academic credit, become
exposed to a college classroom, interact with American Indian faculty, staff and
students, as well as obtain assistance with the college application process.
* Students must apply to be selected to attend the Forum
The application will be available online on March 1 at admissions.ncsu.edu/net
Applications is due online by April 1.
Students will be notified of their selection to attend in May 2015.
For questions about either program, call Rachel Ensing,
Admissions Counselor at:
email@example.com or (919) 513-7067.