College Fairs

  • College Fairs:  This is an opportunity to meet with representatives from schools located across the country.  It is a great opportunity to get information early in the college search process.
    • NACAC's inaugural season of virtual college fairs for students starts in September. Please let your students know about these fall dates:

      • Sept. 13  Students Fall Kickoff
      • Oct. 12
      • Nov. 8

      Powered by VisitDays, the NACAC Virtual College Fairs platform is designed from the ground up to provide meaningful interactions between students and college representatives. Students get the chance to learn about different institutions via a mobile experience that is totally intuitive, informative, interactive, and fun.

      Student registration for NACAC Virtual College Fairs will open later in the summer. For now, students can sign up for our email list and we'll let them know as soon as registration opens. 

    Official College Visit Days
    Seniors are allowed to take 2 college Days to visit college/training sites.  Juniors are allowed to take 1 day.  No college visits in May will be approved.  Students need to complete a College Day Request Form before the day of absence.  This form can be picked up in the Cardinal Career Center.  
    Schools Coming to Visit EHS
    College representatives will meet with students via Zoom conferences this year.  When college representatives sign up, students need to contact Mrs. Abel to get the appropriate Zoom link.  Visits in the fall semester are geared primarily toward seniors that will be attending college the following year.  Focus during the spring semester begins to transition more towards juniors.  All visits will be scheduled during Cardinal Time.  Please see the calendar on the main page for the Cardinal Career Center to find out which schools will be coming to EHS.



    Please click here for a link to the official FAFSA website.  The FAFSA will be open to students attending in the 2020-21 school year starting on October 1, 2019.   

    Kansas Newman University has put together a series of short videos that answer questions about the FAFSA.  If interested, please use the following link.