University of West Georgia staff holding their sign.
University of West Georgia staff holding their sign.
Robert Grayson

Fall College Fair Night

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  • SCAD college representative promoting college awareness.

  • MGA college staff speaking to mill creek students and parents.

  • MARIST and OSU college staff discussing application insight.

  • Military University college staff in unform.

  • Piedmont University college staff setting up booth for college fair day.

  • Georgia Tech college staff posing for a photo together.

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College fairs are times for junior and seniors to decide what kind of college they would like to attend before they leave high school. On Nov. 14, during the boys basketball regional game against Duluth, Mill Creek held a college fair where students base on their experience, were interviewed. A senior named Milan Owens at Mill Creek said,”It was calm and a great experience and it gave me the ability to know and experience the idea of  other colleges.”

The college fair was an opportunity to gain information first hand from college staffs. Students also were able to get an idea of what kinds of colleges students would like to attend.  A college fair helps interested students who are looking for a college learn more about their options. Typically, participating colleges set up booths where students can ask questions and pick up information about the school. They’ll often provide brochures and sometimes even college applications. Going to the college fair are very beneficial for  upperclassmen students who yet don’t what kind place they want to attend.


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