Many representatives visit Regina each fall. These on-site high school visits are an important part of the college preparatory experience. College visits are open to all juniors and seniors but space is limited. Please pay careful attention to the schedule on SCOIR, announcements and the Counseling bulletin board for dates and times. Students must report to their teacher for attendance purposes before attending a college session, and must sign up 2 days before the visit using SCOIR, in order to receive a pass/Zoom link. Juniors and Seniors are permitted to miss up to two classes to attend college visits. Seniors can attend the 7th hour visits as often as needed. Students can logon to their SCOIR accounts to see the current or click here: College Representative Visit Schedule.
MACRAO Sponsored College Fairs - Listed below are some upcoming fairs sponsored by the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (MACRAO). For additional information and other local fairs, please access the MACRAO Calendar.
College Search Websites
- College Board Big Future College Search Tool
- College Atlas College Search
- Cappex – help to make the right college choice
- College Navigator – find the right college
- Chegg- https://www.chegg.com/schools
- CollegeView – Find the school for you
More College Exploration Websites
- CampusTours – virtual college tours: http://www.campustours.com/
- Catholic Colleges in the US: http://tinyurl.com/nq5wroy
- Historically black Colleges and Universities: https://www.bestcolleges.com/features/top-historically-black-colleges/
- Colleges That Change Lives: http://www.ctcl.org
- Fiske Guide to College: http://www.fiskeguide.com/
- Rugg’s Recommendations on Colleges: http://www.ruggsrecommendations.com/rureonco28ed.html
- College is Yours 2.0: http://www.collegeisyours.com/
- The College Finder: https://schoolbuff.com/writing/#college-finder
- Colleges That Change Lives: http://books.google.com/books/about/Colleges_that_Change_Lives.html?id=9shytgAACAAJ
*please note: these may be available from your local library or for short term borrowing from the
Regina Guidance Department.