College Representative Visits
What are College Representative Visits?
Various colleges and universities from around the United States and internationally visit LHS each fall. The environment is casual; college representatives are here to provide information about their school, not to interview you. Visits follow the LHS bell schedule and run late August to late October.
College reps work in the admissions office of the college or university so quite often the person you meet at these visits is the one who will read and review your application. By meeting the college rep, you are able to ask specific questions about the school and demonstrate your interest in attending that college or university. Learning more about you and your interests will be invaluable to your college admissions rep as they review your application.
Who may attend College Representative Visits?
Visits are open to juniors and seniors, and the CRC especially encourages juniors to attend as you begin to build your college list.
If you would like to visit with a College Rep, please follow this procedure:
- Complete the Rep Visit form.
- Mark your calendar and set an alarm to attend your registered meetings.
- Be sure to talk to your teacher about any missed class ahead of your absence.
- Bring your ID to scan into the CRC when you arrive.