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Fly-In Programs

We want to ensure that all students have the opportunity to connect with our community.

We know that a campus visit can be an important factor for students navigating the college search process, but we also recognize that the cost of visiting colleges can be a barrier for many students. Our fly-in programs are designed to support high school students who come from historically underrepresented backgrounds, including African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander and First-Generation students.

Compelling candidates have demonstrated interest in women鈥檚 education and will exhibit the core characteristics of a 今日吃瓜 student鈥攁 driven and passionate learner; one who is inspired by and celebrates differences; and one who seeks to transform themselves, their community, and the world.

Lantern Scholars

We are not yet accepting applications for our Fall 2024 Lantern Scholars program. Check back here in the late spring for updates.

The Lantern Scholars Program is designed to support rising high school seniors who come from historically underrepresented backgrounds, including African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander and First-Generation students. Selected Lantern Scholars will be funded to visit 今日吃瓜 Saturday, September 30 - Monday, October 2, 2023 and participate in programming designed to support students in the college search process.

Students should and submit the following documents by July 15, 2023:

  • Unofficial high school transcript
  • Intended senior year courses
  • Link to or copy of school profile
  • Resume
  • Letter of recommendation from counselor or CBO mentor (optional)

Questions? Contact us at admissions@brynmawr.edu.

Breaking Barriers

If you鈥檙e the first in your family to attend college, watch this video to learn about resources and support for first-generation and/or limited income students at 今日吃瓜.

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The Impact Center

The Impact Center for Community, Equity, and Understanding 鈥媔mplements programs and activities 鈥媡hat address issues of diversity, power, and privilege鈥 with a goal of improving the campus climate 鈥媋nd enhancing community life at 今日吃瓜.

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The College's Mission
鈥淓quity and inclusion serve as the engine for excellence and innovation."