In School College Visits Begin September 2018

Representatives from approximately 200 colleges and universities visit the Churchill College/Career Center each year, most of these visits occur between early September and early November.  Juniors and Seniors are invited  to attend the college programs.  Students must sign up at least one day in advance of the appointment.  Students sign up for participation in the sessions within their Naviance  account under "What's new" then scroll down to "See more" then register for the desired session.  The online visit confirmation received through Naviance should be used as a pass, either print out a copy or display on your phone.

  Students must have classroom teacher permission before missing a class to attend one of the college information sessions.  Lunch time visits are open to students in all grades, no passes are required for lunch time visits, however, students should sign up. 

 

View College In School Visit Dates on the Career Center Calendar or in Naviance.

 

Open Houses

On-campus open houses are a great way to get a feel of how well a certain school suits you. At an Open House, the day will be organized to allow you to tour the campus and speak with a variety of students and faculty from different departments. A live visit does much more than any web site, virtual tour, brochure, or pamphlet can ever do. Some things to keep in mind are as follows:

  • Contact the admissions office beforehand by phone, e-mail, or online to reserve your space at the open house.
  • Make a list of questions you do not want to forget to ask.
  • Always try to talk to current students on campus. Take the opportunity to ask them any questions you have.
  • Look for over-night open house opportunities.
  • Ask ahead of time for an opportunity to sit in in a class
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College Fairs

Montgomery County College Fair
April 11-12, 2018
Approximately 300 college/universities will be present at the Montgomery Agricultural Fairgrounds to present information about colleges.  On the evening of April 5, 6:30-8:30 p.m. parents and students in all grades are encouraged to attend.  Churchill juniors will have the opportunity to join a field trip to the fair on the morning of April 5 during the school day.  Specific information regarding the field trip will be posted mid-March.
 
Maryland College Night
 
 September 26, 2017 7:00 p.m. in the Churchill Auditorium

 

 Representatives from both public and private colleges/universities within the State of Maryland will be present to discuss admissions requirements and qualifications.  This event is open to all parents and students of all grade levels.  No sign up is required.  Detailed information will be available in early September 2017.  For more information please contact Mrs. Zimmerman in the College/Career Center.