Get Ready For The 2018 College Clinic!

It’s almost time for the 2018 Shawnee Mission College Clinic!  It’s this Wednesday, October 10th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at SM East High School in Prairie Village, Kansas.

Colleges and universities from near and far have registered to attend.  These representatives are looking forward to meeting students from all over the Kansas City region.

If you have never attended the SM College Clinic before, you might have a lot of questions about the event.   Check out the downloadable What to Know Before You Attend the  College Clinic one page document that should answer questions about location, time, and how to prepare for the College Clinic.

And…here’s a one page list of Colleges Attending the SM College Clinic.  .

When you attend the SM College Clinic you will receive a copy of the eight page Shawnee Mission College Clinic Guide.

 

The SM College Clinic Guide is packed with valuable information!  The guide includes all the details about the College Clinic event, a chart showing basic information about each of the participating colleges, tips on the college search process, suggested college information resources and much more.

Remember, this event is open to ALL high school students!  It does not matter what high school you go to or what grade you are in.  All are welcome!

Juniors & Seniors: It’s time to make a plan for what you will do after high school.

Freshman and Sophomores: It is never too early to start the college search process.

Make time to attend so that you can gather important information to help you plan for the next step in your educational journey!

See you on Wednesday, October 10th at the 2018 SM College Clinic! 

Duke University is First College to Register for Shawnee Mission College Clinic

Invitations for the 2016 Shawnee Mission College Clinic were mailed out to representatives at colleges and universities throughout the country in early May.

We’re happy to announce that Duke University is the first official registration received. Duke University has been a regular participant in the annual SM College Clinic and we’re happy to welcome them back!

Registration has been open all summer and there over 100 schools already registered.  (We expect over 200 colleges to participate!)

Follow our Facebook page to see updates as registrations are received.  Or, we’ll update our website periodically with a list of colleges attending the 2016 SM College Clinic.

If you are a college representative interested in participating in the 2016 SM College Clinic please go to the contact us page to request an invitation.

Save Time at the SM College Clinic – Register at GoToCollegeFairs.com

Before you attend the Shawnee Mission College Clinic, you are encouraged to pre-register your personal contact information at gotocollegefairs.com.  Click on the orange “register now” button, complete the information survey, then print the personalized bar code (or keep it on your smart phone) and bring it to the SM College Clinic.

If you aren’t familiar with this service, a national company called College Fair Automation provides this data collection service which helps both students and participating colleges.

Students, here’s some time saving reasons to sign up on gotocollegefairs.com
1. Provide information one time through a simple, online registration page…instead of dozens of times on paper at college fairs.
2. Personal information will only be passed on to colleges that you visit at the SM College Clinic and allow your bar code to be scanned.
3. Personal contact information is shared accurately and securely.  (No one will have to figure out your handwriting!)
4. Increase face-to-face time with college representatives.  You will have more time to ask questions and have a conversation with college representatives.
5. The service is free.

More information for high school students on the GoToCollegeFairs 2015 Student Flyer.

More information for high school counselors on the GoToCollegeFair Counselor Student Flyer 2015.

Colleges that participate in gotocollegefairs.com will have scanners on hand which allow representatives to receive data through an individual bar code that each student brings with them to the fair.

College Fair Automation has been around for a few years now and is becoming more popular each year.  College representatives are getting more used to this type of information delivery.  Not all colleges participate in this service, but we expect that a majority of schools will have scanners available and in use at the Shawnee Mission College Clinic.

The more students who pre-register at gotocollegefairs.com and bring their bar code to the Shawnee Mission College Clinic, the more useful this system will be for everyone involved.