The Hispanic Student College Institute (HSCI) provides a unique and highly interactive opportunity for rising high school juniors and seniors of Hispanic or Chicano/Latino descent. The purpose of this 3-day, non-credit residential experience is to strengthen the students knowledge on issues related to transitioning and applying to college, and future academic success.
The 2021 registration will be available soon, stay tuned!
What are the goals of the Hispanic Student College Institute (HSCI)?
To provide an immersive college and career planning experience for Hispanic high school (and in future, transfer) students that will prepare them to plan for and apply to colleges and universities, in essence, increase their confidence in their ability to navigate the college admissions process and ultimately enroll at the college or university of their choice.
Who is Eligible?
Rising high school juniors and seniors of Hispanic or Chicano/Latino descent. Participants must be 16 years or older before the program start date, and all participants must be fully vaccinated (covid) no later than two-weeks before arriving on campus.
How much does the HSCI cost?
The Hispanic Student College Institute is completely free to all participants. The program includes housing for 2 nights; breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 3 days; and non-credit workshops/ co-curricular activities.