College Caravan stops at WJSHS, college-bound students gather information

Watervliet High School juniors and seniors had an opportunity to meet with admission representatives from approximately 20 colleges on May 18 during the College Caravan, a mobile college fair organized each year by the Capital District Counseling Association.

Representatives from a variety of schools — community colleges and trade schools as well as public and private four-year universities — answered questions and shared information with students about the academic programs of study and extracurricular opportunities offered at the schools.

Two students read through a college brochure at the College Caravan A college admissions representative assists a student filling out an information request form during the college caravan. Two students speak with a college admissions rep at the college caravan.

College Caravan participants included: Maria College; Colby-Sawyer College; SUNY Cobleskill; Niagara University; Vermont State University; Paul Mitchell the School Schenectady; SUNY Fredonia; Bryant & Stratton College; Russell Sage College; Keuka College; The College of Saint Rose; Clarkson University; SUNY Plattsburgh; Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts; Alfred University; Siena College; SUNY Fulton-Montgomery Community College; Hudson Valley Community College; Western New England University; Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; SUNY Adirondack; and the University at Albany.