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Embracing Native American Heritage?


Replies to: Embracing Native American Heritage?

  • W0rkhardPlayhardW0rkhardPlayhard Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
    look into the dartmouth native fly-in. If you get accepted to that you have a high chance of getting accepted to other elite institutions. CDIB is all you need for college admissions, and my friend (whose native american grandma was adopted) got into stanford princeton dartmouth without being recognized with his tribe. I myself am debating between Yale, dartmouth, and duke. This just goes to show that it does influence the admissions process, and it is very easy to do so. Though if you use this to your advantage you must understand that they value your cultural diversity and that you should be involved with the native american programs at which ever school you get into.
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