College Night set for Monday

Representatives from over 40 colleges, universities and military organizations will be on hand for West Shore Community Colllege's annual “College Night” on Monday.  (Courtesy photo)

Representatives from over 40 colleges, universities and military organizations will be on hand for West Shore Community Colllege’s annual “College Night” on Monday. (Courtesy photo)

SCOTTVILLE — Representatives from over 40 colleges, universities and military organizations are coming to help college-bound students plan their futures during the annual “College Night” this week.

The event, from 6:30-8 p.m. on Monday at the West Shore Community College Recreation Center, is designed for high school students, their parents and anyone interested in comparing a variety of programs offered by colleges or universities. Financial aid and scholarship information will be available.

Earlier in the day, WSCC students wishing to transfer will be able to meet with college and university representatives from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Schoenherr Campus Center atrium.

“College Night is another way West Shore serves its community by bringing all these institutions together under one roof and a great way for students to start planning the next step in their educational journey,” said Dean of Student Services Chad Inabinet.

For information about College Night, call (231) 843-5503.

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