Since we are not able to have our annual College & More Fair, we are sharing resources from our guests. More will be added as colleges and other organizations augment their offerings.
Handouts from grade-level packets
When students arrive at College & More in person, they receive a packet of materials relevant for their current and their next school year. 9th grade students receive both 9th and 10th grade material and so on.
Online Options for General Searches & Help
Visit Campuses Virtually
If you were planning on visiting college campuses this spring, you will most likely have to cancel. Colleges nationwide are canceling admitted student and visitor events.
However, many colleges have Upcoming College Admission Events that may include a virtual visit or a webinar or options for videoconferencing. If the colleges that interest you are not on this list, check the website or reach out to the admissions office.
Also do the following:
- look for campus newspapers online and read back issues to see what students are talking about during normal times
- check out social media--both official and student-run
Individual Campus Resources
A couple of colleges have sent us links, but nearly every college will have options. Poke around their websites and contact admissions representatives with questions.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
- Weekly Virtual Information Sessions held every Wednesday
- Community resources virtually via our campus offices such as the Resources for Inclusion, Support, and Empowerment (RISE) Center or the Employment Resource Center
- Virtual Campus Tour: http://tour.gonzaga.edu/virtualtour/#virtualtour
- Admission Guidelines: https://www.gonzaga.edu/undergraduate-admission/apply/admission-requirements
- Academic programs that we offer: https://www.gonzaga.edu/academics/undergraduate
- Student life video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTpEfIQiR_s
- Current student internships: https://www.gonzaga.edu/news-events/stories/2019/7/23/zags-share-their-summer-gig-internship-stories
- Career outcomes:
Pacific Lutheran University
- Virtual tour of campus
- Student perspective videos of PLU and programs
- Interactive Equivalency Guide for students taking running start or college courses
- Scholarships Guide We still have scholarships available to seniors up to $28,000 and full tuition scholarships to College Bound Eligible students with a 3.3 GPA or higher.
- Opportunities for Study Away
- Academic Majors and minors
- Questions? Contact Admissions Counselor Shannon Burlingame firstname.lastname@example.org
City Year for seniors considering a gap year
City Year is an excellent gap year option for spending a year on a team in extended service in a high need school. City Year focuses on creating equitable learning opportunities for all students. See:
- City Year for an overview of how the program helps kids,
- City Year Seattle for more particular info about our local program,
- what we do for some background and more about how they accomplish their goals and
- how to get apply to see the process
- Have a high school diploma or GED equivalent
- Be able to dedicate 11 months to full-time service
- Be able to join City Year by July 2020
- Be between the ages of 18 and 25 when service begins
- Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
The next application deadline is April 17.