Event

Name Apples to Apples: A special event for black, indigenous and students of color
Date Jan 28 (Thu)
7:00pm EST / 4:00pm PST
Duration: 1h 30m
Location Online
Speaker

Ginger Fay

Speaker

Sakile Lyles

Description

Every student embarks on the journey to college with lots of questions, but students of color and students who are the first in their family to attend college have some particular questions and concerns that may not be addressed in every college admissions program. Students of color and the adults who support them are invited to this free special event designed to address these questions, hosted by Applerouth Tutoring Services. Join high school counselors, college admissions officers, and current college students to get the inside scoop on applying to college and making the most of your time on campus. Topics will include:

  • College visits: How can you get to know colleges from afar - and help them get to know you?
  • The total package: What does it take to stand out in a competitive application process?
  • Financing college: From starting to save, to completing the FAFSA to searching for scholarships, our experts will show you how to make college affordable.
  • HBCUs: Alumni and current students will discuss why they chose a Historically Black College or University and the difference they feel it has made in their lives.
  • Student life: how students and their supporters can help make the most of opportunities in high school and college.

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