Grambling partakes in online college fair for recuiting

Grambling State Universi- ty will be reaching out to high school students interested in attending Grambling State University using the fall on- line “CollegeWeekLive” fair for prospective students.
The college fair planned for Thursday, Oct. 23 will fea- ture more than 500 colleges from across the U.S. Teens and their parents, regardless of geographic location, can
meet online with Grambling admissions and financial aid representatives from the con- venience of any computer.
By participating in live chats – scheduled from 4 to 9 p.m. – prospective students can ask questions about what it’s like to be a Grambling Tiger, while parents can ask about admission requirements or financial aid. The fall event will help the university con- nect with prospective students who may not normally be able
to visit the campus. CollegeWeekLive is an-
other opportunity to give pro- spective students an online experience that will showcase Grambling as a world-class institution, where students are engaged in and outside of the classroom.
The free online college fair at http://www.collegeweek- legeWeekLive_Fall is planned from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (CT) each day and will include live
chats from 4 to 9 p.m. with Grambling representatives who can provide admissions and financial aid advice.
Students or parents can register for the Grambling “CollegeWeekLive” event at no charge by visiting http://
For more information con- tact Dr. Damon Wade, vice president for Institutional Ef- fectiveness, Enrollment Man- agement, at (318) 274-7701 or email