HIGHLINE Transfer Fair
Even if you are not transferring to a four-year school soon, NOW
is still a good time to plan your transfer!
There will be over 20 Washington state four-year
colleges and universities in attendance at the Transfer Fair.
You are welcome to stop by with your questions or pick up materials that will be helpful to you when you are planning your transfer!
Find out what you need to apply successfully, including information about admissions requirements, majors, financial aid, scholarships and housing.
Get to know the admissions representatives!
This fair is a GREAT place to explore your transfer OPTIONS and make some valuable connections too!
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. (No need to pre-register to attend -stop by anytime during these hours)
Location: Highline College Student Union, Building 8, first floor
What is the format of this fair?
The transfer Fair is an event at Highline where Admissions representatives from Washington state's four-year colleges and universities will be available to share information about their institution. Each representative will have his or her own table stocked with materials about their college. As a student, you do not have to register to attend this event. You can just walk around from table to table and pick up materials or ask your questions about transferring.
Click here for a list of questions you may wish to ask the representatives while attending the Transfer Fair.
Below is a list of participating colleges:
*Central Washington University
*City University of Seattle
*Cornish College of the Arts
*Eastern Washington University
*Pacific Lutheran University
*Pacific Northwest College of Art
*Portland State University
*Saint Martin's University
* Seattle Pacific University
*The Evergreen State College
*University of Idaho
*University of Washington-Bothell Campus
*University of Washington -Seattle Campus
*University of Washington-Tacoma Campus
*Washington State University -Pullman Campus
*Washington State University -Vancouver Campus
*Western Washington University