Career & College Visits

College representatives visit high schools to spread interest in their schools by educating students about the many programs and activities available there. In addition, the visits serve as an initial point of contact between students and colleges, allowing students to express their interest in a school and to establish a contact person at the college.

Sophomores are welcome, but visits are typically focused on juniors and seniors.  The calendar below is continuously updated.  You can sign up online through Edficiency. 

A college rep visit is the equivalent of an information session at a university: the representatives explain everything about the school, from campus life to acceptance rates, and answer any questions you might have. Best of all, especially during visits with smaller attendance, they cater to your individual interests by offering in depth explanations of specific programs that might appeal to you. In some cases, they can even connect you with alumni who graduated with a major you are considering.

If you are interested in a college that is visiting North, meeting with the college rep is highly advisable. This will allow you the chance to meet face-to-face with the rep and ask specific questions while also providing you the chance to let the college know that you might be interested in attending.

It’s also an opportunity to make contact with a person who may be evaluating your application in the future. Sometimes, you might even be able to get early feedback on your transcripts, test scores, and course selections to help assess your fit at a particular college and to help figure out what you can do during the remaining months to improve your chances of getting in.

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