Monday, September 21, 2015

College Nights 2015 - Learn from College and University Representatives

College Nights 2015, a two-evening informational program designed especially for high school students and their families, will be Oct. 6-7 at Spring Woods High School, 2045 Gessner. The College Nights programs are designed as one-stop “shopping” events and will be held from 6-8 p.m. on both evenings.

High school nights and schedules are: Tuesday, Oct. 6, 6-8 p.m. This session is recommended for Stratford and Spring Woods high schools and Westchester Academy for International Studies families. Wednesday, Oct.7, 6-8 p.m. This session has been recommended for Memorial and Northbrook high schools families, as well as students who are enrolled at the Spring Branch Academy of Choice.

Students are encouraged to attend on the night their high school is scheduled, but may check the list of participating universities for each evening to insure that they do attend the program that includes the colleges or universities they are most interested in.

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Typical sessions attract as many as 200 representatives from regional, state and national colleges and universities, both public and private, as well as many technical and military-related institutions. Representatives share information with students and family members about college cost, size, undergraduate majors and the particular application process, plus other items of interest.

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This year, many representatives reported that they have a conflict on October 7th resulting in fewer being available at Spring Branch ISD College Night for that evening. Memorial High School, Northbrook High School and Academy of Choice students are invited to attend the evening that their colleges and/or universities are represented. Please check the list of participating colleges and universities to insure that you visit with the representatives of your choice.  All of the colleges and universities that most SBISD students have historically attended will be available both evenings.

Meningitis Vaccine
Texas Vaccine Institute will be at College Nights and will be offering the meningitis vaccine to eligible students free of charge. Please contact your child’s counselor, academic advisor or school nurse for more information.

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For more information on College Nights 2015, contact your campus counselor, or call 713-251-1992 for additional details and information. 


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