About the Program

July 12 - 16

This program provides Native American students the opportunity to live on campus and experience the university setting, explore majors, and gain an appreciation for the variety of opportunities on the UI campus and higher education in general.

Participants will attend structured classroom seminars and field trips to various campus departments, enjoy hands-on classroom experiences, and have the opportunity to get involved in social and recreational activities on campus and in the community.

Did you know? The University of Iowa invites members of the Tribes/Nations historic to Iowa to attend the university and pay in-state tuition, regardless of where they live. Learn more about the Iowa First Nations Tuition Program here.

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Information for Students

Wednesday, June 30, 12:00 AM CST, 2021

Participants will be high school students in good standing who are entering the 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade and who have heritage backgrounds that are based on a Native American culture.

Participants are expected to pay for their own travel costs to and from the program. Other expenses like lodging, meals, and camp activities are at no cost to the student upon admission into the program

Carlos D. Nelson
2750 University Capitol Centre
200 S Capitol St
carlos-nelson@uiowa.edu (link sends e-mail)