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College Rep. Visits!!




Fall 2017 Rep. Visits:


CSU East Bay Representative: 

The CSU East Bay Rep. hours: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm on average

  • Tuesday, August 22nd
  • Tuesday, September 5th
  • Tuesday, September 12th
  • Tuesday. October 10th
  • Tuesday, November 21st

*The CSU East Bay Rep. will have a 2 hours session of drop-in and tabling session and 1 hour of 15 minute increments of one-on-one appointment sessions.


UC Berkeley Representative:

The UC Berkeley Rep. hours are: 9:30 am – 3:00 pm

  • Tuesday, August 29th
  • Monday, September 18th
  • Thursday, September 28th
  • Tuesday, October 24th
  • Tuesday, November 14th
  • *Wednesday, November 22nd (Appointments Only)

*UC Berkeley Rep. will have individualized drop-in appointments or FAQ sessions with groups students depending on demand.


UC Davis Representative:

The UC Davis Rep. hours: 10:30 am – 2:30 pm

  • Thursday, August 31st (Closed from 12 am – 1 pm for TAP/TAG Workshop)
  • Wednesday, September 6th
  • Wednesday, September 13th  (Closed from 12 am – 1 pm for TAP/TAG Workshop)
  • Tuesday, September 19th
  • Monday, September 25th (Closed from 12 am – 1 pm for TAP/TAG Workshop)
  • Monday, October 16th (Closed from 12 am – 1 pm for UC Application Workshop)
  • Monday, October 23rd (Closed from 12 am – 1 pm for UC Application Workshop)
  • Monday, November 6th (Closed from 12 am – 1 pm for UC Application Workshop)
  • Thursday, November 16th (2:00 pm – 6:00 pm)
  • *Thursday, November 30th (Appointments Only)

*UC Davis Rep. will have individualized 30 minute appointments or FAQ sessions with groups students depending on demand.


UC Santa Barbara Representative: 

The UC Santa Barbara Rep. hours: 1:00 pm – 5 pm.

  • Monday, October  23rd

*UC Santa Barbara Rep. will be coming to BCC to do a tabling session answer questions for students who plan to apply through the UC Application or TAG Application.


Samuel Merritt University Representative:

The Samuel Merritt Rep. hours: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.

  • Thursday, August 31st
  • Wednesday, September 20th
  • Wednesday. October 18th
  • Tuesday, November 7th

*The Samuel Merritt Rep. will be coming to table on the 1st floor lobby area at BCC.


Mills College Representative:

The Mills College Rep. hours: 10:30 am – 1:00 pm.

  • Monday, September 18th
  • Tuesday, November 7th

*The Mills College Rep. will be coming to table on the 1st floor lobby area at BCC.


Columbia University:

Columbia University Rep. hours: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm.

  • Tuesday, November 7th

* Columbia University Rep. will be coming to do one-on-one appointments in room 243 and provide a presentation.


Grand Canyon University:

Grand Canyon University Rep. hours: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

  • Wednesday, November 1st

*Grand Canyon University Rep. will be coming to table on the 1st floor lobby area at BCC.



Questions to Ask College Representatives

 There are a lot of colleges to choose from and it is important to find one that is a good fit for you.  Take some time to ask yourself some questions about which qualities are important for you in a college.   Asking a college rep. questions about your major at their college is helpful in your decision making even if you do not plan to attend that college (i.e., What is unique about your English major?).
Sample questions to ask college representatives:


• Do you offer my major?
• Is my degree program accredited — by whom and at what level ?
• Are advanced degrees (master’s, doctorate) offered?
• Can I enroll part-time, take courses in the late afternoon, evenings, weekends or during the summer?
• Are there internship opportunities available on campus, or in the community?
• Do you have honors program for students who enter with high grades?


• Is your college located in an urban, suburban or rural setting?
• Are you on the semester or quarter system? When do classes begin?
• What kinds of social, cultural and recreational activities are available  on the campus and in the community?
• How far away is your campus? How much time does it take to get there?
• Will I need a car to get around? Does public transportation (bus) provide  easy access to the campus and community?
• How many students are enrolled? In my major? From my community/school?

• What are the costs of tuition or registration fees, books and supplies, housing, parking, etc?  When do I pay those fees?
• Do I have to send in a deposit to confirm my intention to enroll? How much? When?
• What are the chances fees will be increased and when will I know?


• When and how do I apply for financial aid? Do I apply for campus scholarships  separately?

• How do you determine if I qualify for assistance?
• When will I be notified if I will or will not receive assistance?
• Will financial aid cover my entire need?
• Are there special kinds of assistance for students from certain ethnic minority and other underrepresented groups?
• Is it easy to get a part-time job on campus, in the community?


• What are your admission requirements for freshmen, transfers?
• Do you have a special admission programs, or organizations, for students from certain ethnic minority and other    underrepresented groups? How can I qualify? What kinds of special help will be available to me after I enroll?
• Will I need to take an admissions test?
• Can I take an admissions test over to qualify?
• How do you determine my grade if I repeat a course?
• Will a course in which I received a “D” grade count?
• Do you give extra credit for honors courses?
• What is the admissions priority of transfer students from community colleges from four-year colleges?
If I go to a community college first, will my credits transfer? How and when  will I know?


• Where, when and how can I get an application?
• When can I first apply? What is your application deadline date?
• Can I apply to more than one campus in your system? How can I have my  application transferred from one campus to   another if I change my mind?
• When do I have to submit transcripts, test scores and other admissions materials?
• Is my major overcrowded (impacted)? If so, what special requirements do I need? If I’m not accepted in my major, what are my options? Can I change to another major? Have my application sent to another campus for consideration?


• Can I take courses at your college for college credit before I graduate from  high school?  What are requirements for enrolling? When and how do I sign up?
• How do I make arrangements to talk with someone further at your college to discuss enrollment opportunities?
• How do I make arrangements to take a tour of your campus?
• Do you have an open house program for prospective students? When and whom do I contact for more information?


  • Wednesday 21 February 2018


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