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College Night at Santa Fe College!

posted Nov 4, 2010, 12:21 PM by Ehs Ptsa
College Night 2010 is scheduled for Wednesday, September 22, 2010 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the SF Gymnasium (Building-V). Representatives from more than 70 institutions of higher learning will be on hand to meet with students from Alachua and Bradford counties, current SF students and other members of the community during SF’s annual College Night. Guests can talk person-to-person to college reps, pick up marketing materials, and find out about interesting majors and programs -- all at a fun, "buzzy" event! (No expensive trips!) 
 
The event is geared towards high school juniors and seniors, college transfer students, and parents. It is free and open to the public. For more information, visit http://www.sfcollege.edu/collegenight/ or www.facebook.com/SFCollegeNight or contact Stacey Ledvina at 352-395-5611 or stacey.ledvina@sfcollege.edu.
 
 
On a personal note, I attended this event with my daughter last year. If you child is interested in any of the colleges or universities attending, I would recommend going. Don't forget to pick up some swag! - E. Boulet
 
Who: All Alachua and Bradford county high school students are invited to attend College Night 2010, as well as anyone who is interested in exploring his or her opportunities in higher education.

What: College Night provides high school and community college students an opportunity to speak to representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities.

Where: At the SFC Gymnasium on the Northwest campus.
(Directions and Map)

When: September 22, 2010. Doors open at 6 p.m.

What to bring:
Pen and/or pencil
Notepad
Business cards (if you have them)
Resume (one page will suffice)
Address labels (makes filling out the info cards much faster!)
Parent/Guardian.....yeah, we know it's not cool, but they can really help!

What to wear:
Be comfortable but dress "business casual". You are marketing yourself just as the representatives are marketing their schools. Your presentation should reflect your character as a conscientious student.

Acceptable for Him
Khaki pants or shorts
Clean T-shirt (no offensive messages)
Polo shirt
Oxford shirt (button down)
Clean gym shoes or loafers

Acceptable for Her
Khaki pants, shorts (no short shorts or skirts)
Clean T-shirt (no offensive messages)
Polo shirt
Blouse (no halters, no tank tops, no tube shirts)
Clean gym shoes, casual dress shoes, loafers

What should I ask?

We have prepared a list of questions to help you learn about the colleges that interest you.

1. Location of college [area attractions, terrain, climate, urban or rural?]

2. Size [Undergraduate and total student body? Percentage of males & females?]

3. Type of insitution [Private or public, 2 or 4 year, co-ed, religiously affiliated?]

4. College terms [Quarter hour, semester hour, holidays, terms in a year?]

5. Admissions criteria [required high school courses, placement tests, grade point average (GPA), extra curricular activities, and letters of recommendation? Any hints helpful in preparing a strong application?]

6. What is the deadlines for admissions applications?

7. Cost [tuition, books, room & board? other expenses?]

8. Financial aid [scholarships available, academic/athletic scholarships, grants?]

9. Deadlines for financial aid application?

10. What programs/majors are available at the institution?

11. General education requirements? Credit by examination?

12. Study Abroad program?

13. Miscellaneous [Co-op, special services, early admissions, dual enrollment, special graduation requirement (ex, summer attendence at state universities), campus visitations.

14. Health care provided or available? Counseling and academic advisement available?

15. Sororities or fraternities on campus?

16. Is on-campus housing available? [deadlines for applications, types & locations, deposits and refund policies?]

 

Who's going to be there?
The following colleges have RSVP'd to College Night 2010. We will be adding names all the time, so please continue to check back!

Agnes Scott College
Art Institutes of Jacksonville
Baptist College of Florida
Berry College (Georgia)
Bethune-Cookman University
City College
Dragon Rises College
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
FAU - Wilkes Honors College
Florida A & M University
Florida Atlantic University
Florida Christian College
Florida Gateway College
Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences
Florida Institute of Technology
Florida International University
Florida Memorial University
Florida State University
Florida State University - Panama City
Full Sail University
Georgia College and State University
Georgia Southern University
International Univeristy of Nursing
Jacksonville University
Johnson and Wales University
Judson College
Juniata College
LaGrange College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New College of Florida
Nova Southeastern University
Palm Beach Atlantic University
Rasmussen College
Rollins College
Saint Leo University - Main Campus
Savannah College of Art and Design
Santa Fe College - Health Sciences
Santa Fe College - AA Academic Advisement
Santa Fe College - Athletics
Santa Fe College - Blount DTC
Santa Fe College - Business Programs
Santa Fe College - College Prep Advisement
Santa Fe College - Construction and Technical programs
Santa Fe College - Counseling Center
Santa Fe College - High School Dual Enrollment
Santa Fe College - ITE/Emerging Tech
Santa Fe College - My Brother's Keeper
Santa Fe College - Student Life
Santa Fe College - Study Abroad
Southeastern University
St. Leo University - Gainesville
Stetson University
The Baptist College of Florida
Troy University
Tuskegee University
UF Air Force ROTC
UF Army ROTC
UF at Santa Fe - Gator Den
United States Marine Corps
University of Alabama
University of Alabama - Huntsville
University of Central Florida
University of Florida
University of North Florida
University of Northwestern Ohio
University of Tampa
University of West Florida
University of South Florida
University of South Florida - Sarasota/Manatee
University of South Florida - St. Pete
Warner University
Warren Wilson College
Webber International University
Wesleyan College
Young Harris College

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