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College Evening Event for DVHS Families: Why Consider Out-of-State Colleges?

Wednesday, March 14
6:30 - 8:30 pm
DVHS Commons


This event will provide DVHS students and their families (Grades 9-12) with information about options beyond California and the associated benefits of considering an out-of-state institution. College representatives will join us to demystify the admission process and cost of attendance, offer examples of scholarship opportunities and other financial aid, discuss student life and diversity, among other helpful information to help students find their match school. The evening concludes with a college fair, allowing students to benefit from the contacts they make and ideas they explore. To RSVP, sign up on this Google Form.

 

Colleges Attending (as of 1/29/2018):

  1. Colorado Mesa University  
  2. Drexel University  
  3. Maryville University  
  4. Purdue University  
  5. Rutgers University - New Brunswick  
  6. Sacred Heart University  
  7. University College Dublin 
  8. University of Delaware   
  9. University of Oklahoma  
  10. Washington State University  
Posted by: Kristin Cranmer Published:2/5/18
Audience: Counseling, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, College and Career Center, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents, Afterschool Professionals, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and All Grades


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