Butte College: Reg2Go
Students will be able to complete their Online Orientation and schedule their Virtual Counseling and Registration session beginning the week on February 8th
What is Reg2Go?
The Butte College Reg2Go Program works with local high schools to inspire, support and provide the necessary tools to successfully transition students from high school to college. High School seniors that participate in the Reg2Go program will participate in orientation, counseling, and registration at Butte College prior to the end of their senior year.
Who attends Reg2Go?
- High school seniors who know they want to attend Butte College
- High school seniors who are still weighing their college options
- High School seniors who are unsure about college
Visit the Reg2Go page of our website for full details!
NOTE: Butte College is providing free assistance via their Financial Aid Virtual Help Lab and the Financial Aid YouTube channel. This might be helpful with the March 2 priority deadline around the corner.
QuickReg 2021 for Graduating High School Students
The Yuba College Application OPENED- Monday, February 22nd for Summer/Fall 2021
This is for current seniors who will be first-time freshman in college
Students will be able to register for classes starting Friday, May 7th (once all QuickReg steps have been completed)
CURRENT SENIORS CAN COMPLETE 4 OUT OF THE 5 STEPS NOW!
BigFuture Days College Fair
College Board is hosting our first-ever series of virtual college fairs called BigFuture™ Days. Encourage sophomores and juniors at your school to sign up for a chance to connect directly with college admissions representatives and current college students. They'll have a chance to explore colleges in a way that's not overwhelming, ask questions about topics they want to learn about, and take action on key college planning steps.
Students are to register at cb.org/bigfuturedays.
Students can attend any event and more than one.
BigFuture Day West + Southwest
Saturday, February 6
BigFuture Day Southeast
Tuesday, February 23
BigFuture Day Northeast
Sunday, March 7
BigFuture Day Midwest
Thursday, March 11
USF.Office.of.Admission 2130 Fulton St. San.Francisco,.CA.94117 (415).422-6563We're excited to invite your students to two college readiness events specifically for sophomores and juniors in high school. Please share the information below with your students, and let us know if you have any questions. Both events will cover how students can manage their time doing activities they enjoy, how to lay a strong academic foundation in high school, and how to begin exploring colleges remotely. While the descriptions for the events are identical, the Junior College Night will focus more on the college search and the college admission process.We hope these events will support the great work you are already doing to prepare your students for the college process.
Sophomore College Night
Tuesday, March 16
6 – 7 p.m. PDT
RegisterSophomores, this is the event for you! Hear from both college admission counselors and high school guidance counselors about steps you can take to prepare for your future after high school. You still have plenty of time, so no need to get too overwhelmed yet! We'll walk you through a few easy things you can do to get in the mindset for college and how you can begin researching different colleges remotely. We have plenty of tips to share from our years of experience, so feel free to bring friends or family members who are interested.Junior College Night
Tuesday, March 23
6 – 7 p.m. PDT
RegisterJuniors, this is the event for you! Hear from both college admission counselors and high school guidance counselors about steps you can take to prepare for your future after high school. You still have plenty of time, so no need to get too overwhelmed yet! We'll walk you through a few easy things you can do to get in the mindset for college and how you can begin researching different colleges remotely. We have plenty of tips to share from our years of experience, so feel free to bring friends or family members who are interested.
The Yuba College Dual Enrollment Program (for current 9th - 11th grade students) will open its registration for the summer 2021 and fall 2021 semesters on
Monday, May 24th. More information to come!
Conference Dates: August 4-7, 2021
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 9, 2021 by 5:00 pm PST
The Youth Leadership Conference on Asian Pacific Islander Health, hosted by the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University, is the preeminent conference for high-achieving high school students looking to build skills in leadership and social impact. 100 high school students will be selected to join our virtual conference to learn about leadership and participate in a Team Challenge focused on community health. Since the conference will be held virtually this year, there will be no conference fee.
Greetings from Virginia Tech!
We want to share an amazing opportunity for your students that identify as African American or Black. This is a virtual summer program that is free of cost and geared toward rising juniors and rising seniors.
Virginia Tech invites talented, high-achieving, and intellectually curious rising high school juniors and rising seniors to apply to participate in a virtual summer academic leadership program at Virginia Tech.
Black College Institute (for rising seniors) will offer four-day sessions twice during the summer of 2021: June 13-June 16 and June 20-June 23.
Black College Institute (for rising juniors) will offer a four-day session for the summer of 2021: June 27-June 30.
All programs are FREE of cost to students!
Application closes: April 1, 2021
Notification of acceptance: April 25, 2021
Confirm attendance: May 10, 2021
Unofficial Transcripts due: May 20, 2021
Benefits of attending BCI*:
- Virginia Tech application fee waiver
- BCI T-shirt mailed to your home
- Peer mentorship, networking, and friendships
- College admissions advising
- Overview of financing college/higher education
- Exposure to the African American student experience at Virginia Tech
- Live Q & A with the seven Virginia Tech colleges
- Completion of an interactive and educational group project focused on the African American experience.
*All benefits will be extended to those who successfully complete the program.
Virginia Tech Partners Participating:
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Architecture and Urban Studies, Pamplin College of Business, College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, College of Natural Resources and Environment, College of Science, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, and other campus departments and local organizations.
For more information about the Black College Institute, visit vt.edu/admissions/black-college-institute or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to download a flyer for the experience.