From Dusk ‘til Don is a two-day overnight program for newly admitted African American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American prospective freshmen. It’s an opportunity to meet fellow students, get to know the University of San Francisco campus, chat with faculty mentors and build a sense of community before arriving for the first day of class. We have provided a tentative schedule of activities below.
Once you have been admitted to the University of San Francisco, complete the overnight program application. A consent form and other program details will be forwarded to you. The deadline for submitting an application is Wednesday, March 26, 2014 by 5 p.m.
Click here to view the From Dusk 'til Don Application page.
Note: There are no fees to participate, however, students must make their own travel arrangements to and from campus.
Program Dates: Friday and Saturday, April 11-12, 2014
Check-In: Friday, April 11, Lobby, Fromm Hall
have a great program planned for you! Tentative Schedule:
Program Check-In and Registration With Lunch Provided
Meet USF Student Hosts/Program
Get to Know the USF Campus
USF Faculty Panel
Welcome Dinner and Introduction to Culturally
Focused Clubs & Organizations
Steps to Enrollment with Admission
Program Closing and Group Photo
Visit the USF Bookstore (Optional)
Overnight Program Ends
Overnight accommodations are for students
only. For more information on traveling
to USF, please visit the following link on the USF website:
For additional assistance, please contact Multicultural Recruitment at 415-422-2684 or firstname.lastname@example.org