College Night is an opportunity for high school students and their parents to meet with representatives from approximately 90 colleges, universities and trade schools to learn more about their campuses and educational programs. Students can learn more about acceptance requirements, degree programs offered and other valuable information to get them prepared for the next steps in their future journey.
Attendees will also have the option of attending informational breakout sessions on topics such as CSU/UC Admissions, Financial Aid, Scholarship Opportunities, and College and Career Planning.
The week of the event, students can download the Helpful Hints flyer which will aid them in asking the right questions when talking to the representatives at the event. Additionally, they will be able to download the College Night Planning Guide which is full of important information on planning for college in high school.
2022 College Night Scholarship Winner is David Sanchez, Jr.
David is a senior at Tulare Western High School and will be attending The University of California, Berkeley and will be majoring in Psychology. David aspires to work in the field of sports medicine and use psychology to understand and support athletes in the Central Valley. David has faced a few challenges and obstacles in his life, but through perseverance and positivity, he has overcome and excelled. David closed his interview by sharing that he doesn’t want to be known for something, but rather be known for DOING something.
Visalia Convention Center, Visalia
2022 Planning Guide will be released the week of the event
College and Career Engagement Specialist
Kiwanis Club of Exeter
Kiwanis Club of Woodlake
San Joaquin Valley College
University of Massachusetts Global
Visalia Economic Development Corporation
Tulare County Office of Education
Tim A. Hire, County Superintendent of Schools
P.O. Box 5091
Visalia, CA 93278-5091