“The overall attendance was spectacular,” said counseling office assistant Mrs. Mary Beth Jantz. College night is not only for colleges to get their name out, but for enlightening high school juniors and seniors about which college is right for them.
In today’s rapid growing technology era, one could find all the information about any college online. However, one thing you cannot find online is the one-on-one experience with a college recruiter. Students were able to ask about anything from scholarships to campus lifestyle. Not only is the College Fair an informational night for students, but for their parents as well. Parents get to learn more about campus safety, food plans, and, of course, parents’ weekend.
“I was happy and got a lot of positive feedback from the college reps. Reps complimented on how well it was run and how well the students were organized,” said Mrs. Jantz. The goal of college night was to map out the road ahead for students willing to accept the next chapter in their lives. Those who decided to attend the College Fair are one step ahead of their peers and just might have found their dream college.