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College Rep Visits

College Rep Visits

 Instructions for Signing-up For College Rep Visits

Freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to sign-up for college representative visits. Please sign-up at least one day in advance of the visit in the College and Career Center with Ms. Mazariegos. College visits will be taking place during Advisory and lunch. A pass will be sent out to serve as a reminder that you signed up during Advisory time. The visits are normally about 35-40 minutes long. At the end of the visit, the student’s pass will be signed for them to return to class. Students are encouraged  to attend a few visits. Students find it helpful to hear what colleges have to offer and to hear questions asked by other students as well as have the opportunity to ask any questions if they arise. 

 

Below are the different colleges that will be visiting our campus beginning in September, October and mid-way through November 2018

 

Every single year we are honored to have college representatives from all over the country come to our campus to visit our students. It can be invaluable for students to meet college representatives to learn about the wide variety of colleges available to them. We know, from experience, that the reps are very impressed when a student takes the time to meet with them and the student often gets personalized information that is hard to get any other way. Students are encouraged to learn about a variety of colleges that are known and unknown to them by attending these meetings. 

Community college bound students should also visit the college reps. It will be one short year (if they are a full-time student) before they apply to their transfer colleges. It is most helpful for students to select their preferred colleges NOW so they can best prepare themselves to transfer by taking the proper courses in the community college.

 

Read the section Questions for College Representatives to prepare for meetings with college representatives. 

Questions for College Representatives

Questions to Ask College Representatives  

 

What is your campus and community like?

  • What kinds of social, cultural and recreational activities are available on campus and in the community?
  • Will I need a car to get around?
  • How many students are enrolled? From my community/school?
  • What makes your college different from others?
  • Can you describe what makes students successful at your college?

Tell me about your programs.

  • Do you offer the major I am interested in?
  • Is the major I am interested in hard to get into?
  • When do you have to declare a major?
  • Are there internship opportunities on campus or in the community?
  • Can I enroll part time, take course in the late afternoons, evenings, and weekends or during the summer?

How much does your school cost and how do I get financial help?

  • What are the costs of tuition, registration, books, housing and parking?
  • What kinds of financial assistance are available?
  • Are there special kinds of assistance for students from certain underrepresented groups? How do I apply?
  • Is it easy to get a job on campus? In the community?

What about housing?

  • Do you have campus residence halls? Enough for all students?
  • Are students required to live on campus?
  • Can I choose my roommate?

Will I be eligible for admission?

  • What are the admission requirements for freshmen?
  • Do you have early decision or early action?  
  • Do you have a special program for underrepresented students? How can I qualify?
  • Do you give extra credit for honors courses?
  • If I go to a community college first, will my credits transfer?