Treasure Valley College Fair
Over 45 colleges from the Northwest and beyond will be represented!
Boise State invites academically-motivated high school juniors and seniors from the Classes of 2014 and 2015 to Mosaic. You must attend to be considered for scholarships.
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The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) is hosting its annual Treasure Valley College Fair. Over 45 colleges from the Northwest and beyond will be represented (see list). It’s an excellent opportunity for your students to explore higher education options.
Date: Saturday, March 8, 2014
Location: Boise State Student Union Building, Jordan Ballroom
Parking: Free Parking is available at the Lincoln Parking Garage
Register at gotocollegefairs.com prior to the fair and bring your barcode!
For more information contact: Ramon Silva
208.426.1479 ● email@example.com
- Close to $15,000 in Boise State scholarships will be awarded to students who attend Mosaic
- Meet with current Boise State students, faculty and staff
- Learn about life as a Bronco
- Game Center – Bowling, Billiards, Ping Pong
- Lunch will be provided
See http://admissions.boisestate.edu/visitus/prospective/mosaic/ for registration and more information!