Probe College Fair Comes to Columbus State

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COLUMBUS, Ga. — More than 60 colleges and universities from across the nation converged on Columbus State University’s campus for the 2016 Probe College Fair Tuesday, September 27. The event was free to attend for anyone interested in going to college.

“CSU is very pleased to again host the Probe College Fair, a truly great opportunity for students and parents in our area to learn more about universities and colleges of interest to them,” said John McElveen, CSU’s associate vice president for enrollment management. “For seniors, it's a great opportunity to get information just prior to submitting their applications, and for younger high school students it's a great way to get a jump on forming their list of prospective universities and colleges to which they might consider applying for admission."

Managed by the Georgia Education Articulation Committee, Probe is an annual college tour program that seeks to stimulate interest in post-secondary education for students in Georgia. Through the tour, students and their families are exposed to a variety of colleges – many that may not be as well-known but can offer an outstanding educational experience.

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