Date Name Description
01/31/2019

A half-day college prep program designed for first-generation, ethnically diverse, or economically disadvantaged high school students in ninth through twelfth grades.

02/04/2019

Meet with Linn-Benton Community College instructors, staff and students in various programs, clubs and student services throughout campus. Join information sessions on financial aid and scholarships and more.

02/09/2019

Learn about Western Oregon University's academic programs, meet professors and see what opportunities are available on campus. Visit for a chance to win a scholarship!

02/10/2019

Experience life at Corban on an overnight visit: visit a variety of classes, attend chapel, interact with students and professors and stay in a residence hall on campus. Attending students may be eligible for a $500 scholarship.

02/14/2019

A half-day college prep program designed for first-generation, ethnically diverse, or economically disadvantaged high school students in ninth through twelfth grades.

02/15/2019

Meet current students, eat lunch with faculty, attend chapel, visit a class, tour the campus, stay overnight in the residence halls, and meet with faculty and staff regarding academics, financial aid, student life, and athletics.

02/15/2019

Prospective students can attend academic presentations, take a tour of campus with current students, sample the delicious food at the dining facility, and see residence hall rooms.

02/15/2019

Prospective students and their families are invited to learn more about the academic, social and cultural opportunities at Lane Community College.

02/16/2019

Need some financial aid myths busted? Wondering how to write a personal statement? High school juniors and their families can visit Reed and take workshops from experienced admission counselors on these and other topics.

02/16/2019

An hour-long presentation about academic opportunities, extra and co-curricular activities, campus life, and the admission process. Immediately following, current students will lead an hour-long tour of campus.

02/18/2019

A weekday opportunity to see the Oregon Institute of Technology campus in Klamath Falls in action and learn about cutting-edge programs from students. High school groups welcome.

02/18/2019

Designed to give valuable insight into the many amazing opportunities available at Eastern Oregon University. Spend a fun and informative day on campus.

02/18/2019

Check out Multnomah University in a day. Visit a class, learn about academic programs, financial aid and admissions processes and enjoy a gourmet lunch in the cafeteria.

02/18/2019

Prospective students can attend academic presentations, take a tour of campus with current students, sample the delicious food at the dining facility, and see residence hall rooms.

02/18/2019

Meet with current students, learn about the admissions process, next steps for admitted students, explore different academic interests, find out about on-campus living options, and much more.

02/18/2019

Prospective students are invited to spend the day at Western Oregon University. The program is free for students and their guests. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore academic options, learn about the admissions process, tour campus, and eat lunch in the dining hall.

02/22/2019

High school students can participate in a day-long introduction to Portland Community College's programs and services. Learn how to get ready to attend PCC, go on a campus tour, and spend time interacting with faculty and staff.

02/23/2019

Sonia Kovalevsky Day is a program of hands-on workshops and talks for high school girls and their teachers. The purpose of the day is to encourage young women to continue their study of mathematics and to assist the teachers of women mathematics students. Held at Western Oregon University.

03/01/2019

An event for Latino high school students in Oregon that includes leadership workshops, a college/career fair and keynote speakers. Held at Western Oregon University.

03/06/2019

Explore the fields of law enforcement, corrections, parole and probation, community crime prevention and other criminal justice professions during the Career Opportunities Panel. High school and college students are welcome to attend this one-day event.