The best way to get to know a college is to visit! But if you can’t visit, many colleges visit Southern California. Below is a list of a handful of spring info sessions we’ve learned about. If the colleges you have a specific interest in aren’t on this list, check their admissions page on their website, as they may be visiting too!
Washington University in St. Louis
Sunday, April 26, 2-3 pm
Hilton – Universal City
More info here; no RSVP necessary.
Exploring Educational Excellence
Admissions representatives from Brown, Chicago, Columbia, Cornell, Rice Universities
Sunday, April 26, 7:30 pm – DOWNTOWN – Westin Bonaventure
Saturday, May 2, 11 am
Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa
25135 Park Lantern, Dana Point
Exploring College Options:
Admissions representatives from Georgetown, Duke, Harvard, Penn and Stanford
Sunday, May 10, 7 pm – DOWNTOWN LA – Westin Bonaventure
Wednesday, May 13, 7-9 pm – SFV – Warner Center Marriott
Sunday, May 17, 1-2:30 pm
1030 E California Blvd, Pasadena
Sunday, May 17, 2 pm
The Westin South Coast Plaza
Selective Research Universities Visit:
Admissions representatives from George Washington University, Georgia Tech, NYU, Tulane, University of Miami
Tuesday, May 19, 8 pm
4543 Crown Ave, La Canada
8 of the Best Colleges Consortium: Admissions representatives from Claremont McKenna College, Colorado College, Connecticut College, Grinnell College, Haverford College, Kenyon College, Macalester College, Sarah Lawrence College
Thursday, May 21, 7 pm
JW Marriott L.A. LIVE, 900 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015
There will be a very large national college fair (~350 colleges attending) at the Pasadena Convention Center on Thursday, April 30th, from 9 am to noon and again from 6-9 pm. YOU MUST REGISTER (click the “student registration” button on the right side of the page).
Finally, every summer, a consortium of colleges called Colleges That Change Lives comes to LA for a college fair. Come meet representatives of 40 colleges across the country! This fair will be Sunday, July 26, with programs at 11 am and 3 pm (you only need to attend one). More information here – no need to RSVP.
— Evelyn Alexander (@EvelynMagellan) April 20, 2015