There are a number of ways UC San Diego students can get involved! Apply to host an admitted high school senior during the program. Applications are due by 11:59 PM on January 26, 2022!
Help plan the Overnight Program! If you would like to participate in our Calling Campaign to congratulate and recruit admitted high school folks to be a part of our hybrid overnight program OR volunteer to be a part of Overnight, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org We need all the help we can get!
To apply, complete the 2021 Overnight Program Host Application here. You must sign-in through Single Sign-on (SSO) using your PID and Password. Select (1) of the two tracks to participate in. Only thoroughly completed applications will be considered. Applications are due by 11:59 PM on January 25, 2022. If you have any questions, please refer to this Host FAQs or refer them to Carolina at email@example.com
The 2022 Overnight Program will be held hybrid and it will be during the weekend of Triton day, April 2, 2022. However, please note thatThe 2022 Overnight Program will be held hybrid and it will be during the weekend of Triton day, April 2, 2022. However, please note that the exact dates are still being determined exact dates are still being determined, so make sure to keep an eye out for released dates and times.exact dates are still being determined, so make sure to keep an eye out for released dates and times.
Participants will have the opportunity to visit real online classes, listen in on student panels, and visit departments to ask specific questions. A campus virtual tour, workshops, and student panels will be provided. Participants will also be interacting with various campus resources such as student organizations, community centers, academic departments, and other student services.
**Please note: the IDEA Student Center will be hosting virtual events** Founded in 2013, the Jacobs School of Engineering – IDEA Student Center Overnight Program partners with the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Women in Computing (WIC), Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE), and Triton Engineering Student Council (TESC) to offer activities and workshops to high school seniors who have been admitted to an engineering major at UC San Diego that are culturally relevant and academically based.
The IDEA Engineering Student Center fosters an inclusive and welcoming community and promotes a sustainable culture of academic excellence among all engineering students at UC San Diego. The Center provides engineering students with academic support and social engagement that enhances values of diversity for a global community. IDEA Stands for Inclusion, Diversity, Excellence, and Achievement.
SPACES has partnered with the Jacobs School of Engineering’s IDEA Student Center to offer tracks of the program that connect Overnight participants with members of the Engineering community. This track coincides with the SPICEE track of the Overnight Program, which will provide a variety of activities that encompass student life at UC San Diego and offer students to have the opportunity to connect with current undergraduate students, alumni, and staff. The SPICEE Overnight is coordinated by SPACES and is the longest-running Overnight Program at UC San Diego. Both tracks of the Overnight Program will occur at the same time and will have joint activities throughout the week. For more information about SPICEE, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have been accepted as a host, you are required to attend one of the host training days for the entire duration:
Thursday, February 3, 2022 from 5:30-7:30 PM viaThursday, Feb 3rd, 2022 from 5:30-7:30 PM via zoom. Zoom
Friday, February 11, 2022 from 5:30-7:30 PM via Zoom.
Please attend the training that you signed up for on your application. The date and time have been included in your acceptance letter. If you cannot make the training that you originally signed up for, please notify us and let us know which training you will be attending instead. As a friendly reminder, all hosts are required to attend one of the host training days. Failure to be present for an entire training day will result in forfeiture of your role as a host.
Each host is paired with up to a small group of high school students, who will be your “hostee(s)” for the duration of the program. Hosts serve as their hostee’s mentor and guide to UC San Diego. Activities that you will be involved in include, but are not limited to, the following:
Providing a personalized experience of UC San Diego for your hostee(s);
Taking your hostee to classes (either yours or from a recommended class list);
Having a small discussion with your hostee to answer their questions about UCSD;
**Please note that some activities are optional and you do not have to attend every activity.** All hosts are asked to be available most evenings from 5pm to 9pm beginning on Thursday, April 1st, until Friday, April 9th. If you have class commitments during these hours, please be sure to contact us at email@example.com and notify your hostee(s). We will review the schedule of activities as we get closer to the event.
Please provide us with what your class schedule is for the designated program dates. If you have additional commitments outside of your classes such as work, student government, student organizations, etc. it is highly recommended that you make arrangements so that you can be present for your hostee(s) for the full duration of the program. A majority of a hostee’s experience in the Overnight Program comes from the interaction with their host. To ensure the best experience for the hostee(s), we ask that you withdraw from being a host if you have any time-consuming commitments during the program.
Your decision to participate in the Overnight Program implies that you will be available to participate for the entire duration of the program. You will be expected to participate in all activities and thus, we will not accept students who cannot commit to the full program.