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College Information

 On this page, you will find information on the following important college related programs and events:
 
Rowland Unified- College Acceptance Agreements 
 
Dual Enrollment!
 
College Fair Information- RUSD's College Fair is a Can't Miss Event- September 20th, 2018, 6pm- 8pm at Nogales High School
 
 
 
 
Dual Enrollment with Mt. SAC
 
 

Rowland Unified is excited to offer 10th - 12th grade high school students the opportunity to

take a college course FREE at Rowland High School or Nogales High School in partnership with 

Mt. San Antonio College. The free courses will be offered this August and students

who complete the course will earn MT. SAC college credit transferable to

Mt. SAC, CSUs and UC campuses.

 

CLASSES:

 

NOGALES HIGH SCHOOL: Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30 - 5 PM

 

- FCS 41 Life Management (begins August 27)

- MUS 15 Rock Music History and Appreciation

 

ROWLAND HIGH SCHOOL: Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 - 5 PM

 

- SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1 (begins August 28)

- SIGN 202 American Sign Language 2 (Begins Jan 2019)

 

How to Apply:

 

Apply for Fall 2018 at www.mtsac.edu

Pick up a Dual Enrollment packat at your Counseling office

Return the Dual Enrollment packet with all signatures to your

Counseling office and you will be informed of when to register

for the courses.

 

FOR MORE INFO CALL (909)274-5239 or email at dualenrollment@mtsac.edu.

 

If you have questions, please contact RUSD Secondary

Education office at 626.854.8365. 

 

 
Rowland Unified School District 2018-19 College Fair!
 
 
 
 
Flyers in Spanish, Korean, Chinese & English:
Where?
Where will the College Fair Be Located?
 Location: Nogales High School!
 
 
It Starts at 6pm and ends at 8pm.
 
 
 
You can bring your parents, come on your own or with your friends. Siblings that are in middle school or elementary school and curious about colleges are definitely welcome!
 
Many Nogales High School Teachers will be offering Extra Credit for attending!
 
Breakout Sessions!! There will be workshops
to attend during the college fair!
 
What Colleges Will Be Attending?
 
APU
Berkeley
Cal Baptist
Cal Poly Pomona
Chaffey College
CIEE
Citrus College
CSUF
Gettysburg
Grand Canyon
Harvard
La Verne
Mt. Sac
Occidental
Pepperdine
Pitzer
Pomona College
Scripps
Soka University
Stanford
UC Merced
UCI
UCR
Wellesley
 
 
 
 
Why Should I Go to This College Fair?
 

Like a job fair, a college fair is a collection of different colleges that have a table or booth and present information about their school. They are a great place to learn more about specific colleges you may be interested in. Typically they will have hand-outs, presentations, and representatives that can answer any questions you have about that particular institute.

 

With a number of schools all located in one place, chock-full of helpful information, it seems like a no-brainer that high school students should attend—but many don’t. In this article, we’ll explore the reasons you should attend a college fair during your college search process.

 

No Such Thing as Too Much Information

 

It’s pretty hard to “over prepare” when it comes to researching colleges. Even if you’ve been thorough and dedicated to the search process, more information doesn’t usually hurt. Besides, you might learn something new about the colleges you’re interested in, which may affirm your decision or change it. They’ll have official brochures or pamphlets for you, so you can use those materials later on when you’re comparing and contrasting different schools.

 

 

Talking to Real People

As helpful as the internet is, sometimes it’s better to talk to a real, live, genuine person. The representatives at the booth are likely faculty members that know the ins and outs of the college. Talking to these reps will be more “customization” if you will, than just Googling questions. If you’re nervous about attending college, putting a friendly face to the school can be comforting. And though it may just be one or two people from that college you’re interacting with, it may provide a snapshot into the faculty-members on campus—are they friendly? Stiff?

 

 

 

So Many Colleges in One Place

Whether you’ve got a ton of colleges on your list or just a few, college fairs provide a chance to really explore a number of different schools all in one convenient spot. If you’ve got a long list of schools, here’s your chance to check them all out (granted, not every single college is represented at every single fair). If you’re not really sure where you’d like to go, this is a great chance to explore and see what’s out there. Even if you’ve narrowed your picks to the top three, you can still poke around and see what else is out there—you never know, you could discover a school you hadn’t considered before.

 

 

Alternative to the College Visit

While certainly not a replacement for the visit, it offers another method of “getting a feel for” a school. If, due to finances or time constraints, you can’t go and visit a school, a college fair is an ideal alternative. There you can talk to people who have first-hand experiences on campus, and who can answer all of your campus-visit questions.

 

 

 

All in All

College fairs can be a great way to solidify your choices or discover new ones. It never hurts to go and visit, even just to take a peek at what all is offered there.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.