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GH 2016 @ University of Michigan

We are proud to announce that in summer of 2016, the Graduate Horizons workshop was successfully held at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan from July 9 to July 12, 2016.  Graduate Horizons is a graduate admissions workshop for American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and First Nation’s students interested in applying to graduate school or professional school. Candidates work alongside graduate admissions officers, professors and deans, industry professionals, and other educators in a four-day “crash course” on the graduate admissions process. Only one workshop is offered every 2 years, the program is 4 days long (only 72 hours of class time) and is limited to 75-100 students. If admitted, candidates are required to participate for the entire program, late arrivals or early departures are not allowed – please plan accordingly and receive the appropriate permission for work, internship, or academic leave.  Our next program will be in 2018.  Please pre-register to receive info regarding our 2018 program as soon as it becomes available.

If you are a high school student interested in applying to our summer programs, please visit the CH website at for information on our application process for our 2016 high school programs.


You may submit a recommendation on behalf of a GH applicant at the Submit a Rec link.  There you can upload a completed and signed recommendation form using the submission box.

Application Fee & Deposit

If you are an applicant ready to pay your application fee and program deposit, you can do so by using the "App Fees" link provided above.  We currently accept payment by eCheck or Debit/Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover).