Virtual College Night

Virtual College Night

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  • Apr 15, 2020
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Watch the updated Fall 2020 Virtual College Night videos.

Updated 5/26/20. Coronavirus has canceled, postponed or changed a lot of annual traditions, including the spring college night for high school juniors and their families. Many high schools host these events each year so students can hear from the experts. High school staff give an overview of the college search process, and college staff share their insights about applications, scholarships, and more.

This year, admissions and financial aid staff from colleges around the state are bringing these sessions to you – direct from their home offices. It might even be better than attending one in person! You can “attend” our Virtual College Night any time, day or night, while wearing your pajamas. And you don’t have to choose just 2-3 sessions – you can watch them all.

Prepare for College with Our It's A Plan Checklists & App

No matter what grade you're in, stay on track for college by using our checklists. Juniors should also see our 11th Grade Updates and download the It's A Plan app.

Thanks to ECMC and OASFAA for organizing presenters.


It's A Plan: College Checklist

Adrienne Enriquez, Program Manager for Oregon Goes To College



College Planning 101

Eric Delehoy, Founder of Delehoy College Counseling


College List & Fit

Kristen Miller, Founder of College Bound & Ready


Division III Athletics: What to Know and Why to Go!

Caitlin Harper, Senior Associate Dean of Admissions and Emily Hayes, Head Volleyball Coach at Lewis & Clark College


College Planning 101: Visual & Performing Arts

Devon Simpson, Counseling Associate at Delehoy College Counseling



Enrolling at Oregon's Community Colleges

Ivan Acosta, Admissions Counselor at Clackamas Community College


Oregon Public University Admissions Process

Marshawna Williams, Admissions Counselor, Multicultural Recruitment & Outreach at Portland State University


Private College Admissions

Ty Eisbach, Senior Associate Director at Carroll College


Essay Writing

Dev Devvrat, Assistant Dean of Admission and Grace Fisher, Senior Assistant Dean of Admission at Reed College



Paying for College

Jenn Satalino, Director of The College Place Oregon


Pagando por la Universidad


Alvy Macias, Student Services Coordinator & Returning Student Advisor at Concorde Career College


Oregon Promise

Kyra King, State Grants Administrator at OSAC



Ford Scholars

The Ford Family Foundation


Portland Community College's Future Connect Scholarship & Support Program

Jana Daugherty, Future Connect Outreach Coordinator, Portland Community College