Hosted by the Inclusion, Access, and Success committee, a College Admission Workshop is a free, interactive, and informative college planning workshop designed for high school students from underrepresented and underserved populations. College admission professionals from institutions across our region lead workshops designed to help students navigate the college application process.

While we aim to serve specific groups of underrepresented high school students (first-generation, low socioeconomic, students of color), all high school students and any adults helping a student navigate the college admission process are invited to participate.

A College Admission Workshop is a one-day (typically four to five hour) program meant to reflect the needs of the group it serves and often consists of information sessions that seek to educate high school students and their families on all aspects of the college application process. In-person College Admission Workshops typically are held in conjunction with other college admissions events in the area. Upcoming Workshops
A virtual College Admission Workshop is a one-hour topic-specific webinar. These webinars are meant to reflect the needs of the group it serves and often consist of information sessions that seek to educate high school students and their families on all different aspects of the college application process. *These workshops will be recorded and the recordings made available on this page should you not be able to attend in real-time. Upcoming Workshops
  • none currently scheduled

Past College Admission Workshop Recordings