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Multicultural Visit Program (MVP)

April 4, 2022

Whitworth University celebrates its students and families with diverse experiences and backgrounds. We invite high school juniors, seniors and college students who come from multicultural backgrounds and/or are the first in their families to attend college for this visit program. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the academic and student life programs offered at Whitworth. They will connect with our community through mentor groups led by student leaders and meet university faculty and staff who support students inside and outside the classroom. If you are seeking an education of mind and heart that lifts up academic excellence, the integration of faith and learning, and diversity and inclusion, we invite you to apply.

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Who can participate?

This program is open to high school juniors, seniors and current college students. We specifically encourage Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color (BIPOC) students and first-generation college students to apply. Parents are welcome to attend (see FAQ for more parent information).


Registration is free and includes lunch the day of the MVP program for students and their guests. Registration for MVP (Monday, April 4) is open.

What does the MVP event include?

This is a one-day campus visit program that includes the following activities:

  • Campus tour
  • Admissions and financial aid presentations
  • Student panel
  • Introduction to campus resources for student diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Peer mentor circles

Where is Whitworth University and how do I get there?

Whitworth University is located 15 minutes north of downtown Spokane, Wash. Students coming to campus from at least 250 miles away are eligible to apply for a campus visit travel reimbursement ranging from $50 up to $300. Students who plan to fly for MVP should fly in to Spokane International Airport (GEG).

Why should I come for MVP instead of a regular campus visit?

MVP is especially programmed for BIPOC and first-generation students to address the unique opportunities and resources that exist for them at Whitworth University.

How do I register?

Registration using the "Register Now" button above. Students will be notified whether they have been selected for the program as applications are received. Students seeking a campus-visit travel grant to attend MVP are encouraged to submit the campus-visit travel grant application within the same time frame.

Health & Safety

Whitworth is committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for visitors, students, faculty and staff. We all have a responsibility to protect ourselves and others to limit the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, we ask campus visitors to adhere to the following requirements:

  • While masks will not be required for most of your visit, please bring one and be prepared to wear it. Faculty and staff may ask you to wear a mask in their classrooms and certain spaces.
  • Avoid visiting campus if you:
    • Are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms that are not caused by another health condition (fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc), or have experienced these symptoms in the last 10 days.
    • Are not fully vaccinated and have had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the 10 days prior to your visit.
    • Have had a positive COVID-19 test in the last 10 days.
  • Notify Whitworth if you have or are being tested for COVID within 14 days after visiting campus.
  • Leave campus immediately if you begin to feel ill during any part of your visit.

More questions?

Contact the Whitworth Office of Admissions at 509.777.4786 or You can also visit our FAQs page.

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