on Oct. 11 offers resources for area teens
When it comes to choosing a college, students and their families
often find they have more questions than answers.
Which college offers the “right” fit? How will I pay for it? How
do I know which major to choose? What will campus life be like?
Tri-County Counselors Association’s annual College Fair offers
answers to these questions and more.
High school students and their families are encouraged to attend
the program, which is scheduled for 6:30-8 p.m. on Thursday,
Oct. 11, in the Fulton-Montgomery Community College gymnasium.
Participants can meet with representatives from about 70
different colleges and universities. In addition, three
workshops are offered:
6:30-7 p.m. “Choosing a
College Major” presented by Mary Jo Ferrauilo-Davis, acting
director of advisement, counseling and testing at
Fulton-Montgomery Community College
“You’re Not In Kansas Anymore – College Survival Tips” presented
by Jean Marie Reinke, coordinator of outreach and retention at
7:30-8 p.m. “Financial Aid
Planning” presented by Rebecca Cozzocrea, coordinator of
financial aid at FMCC
Click here for a list of colleges and universities that are
scheduled to participate in the College Fair (list current as of
Click here to learn more about Fulton-Montgomery Community