College Night 2016

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Linn-Benton Community College invites you to attend its 16th annual College Night for prospective students and their families

  • Monday, February 8, 2016, 5:30 - 7:30 PM

  • Beyond the Books will start at 4:30 pm in the TRIPP Center (Takena Hall) for those of you who would like to know more about several of our clubs and programs!

  • LBCC Albany Campus.

 

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Plan Your Evening! College Night is a great opportunity to get your college education started!

 

*Check-in for College Night will be in Takena Hall on February 8th.


Meet with Instructors, staff and students in various Programs of Study, Clubs and Student Services offered at LBCC through Open Houses all around our campus and tabling in Takena Hall as well as up in the commons!


You will also have the opportunity to learn more about the many ways you can pay for college including Financial Aid, Scholarships and/or various programs that offer free tuition for graduating seniors and/or GED students!


This is also a great night to learn about our Degree Partnership Programs (DPP) with Oregon State University (OSU) and Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT).


Take part in one of our many information sessions such as:


Getting Started: LBCC Admissions

Learn the 3 easy steps for admissions and how you can be a LBCC/OSU or LBCC/OIT partnership student! What are the requirements? When to apply?

 

The Best of Both Worlds: LBCC/OSU Degree Partnership Program (DPP)

Start your 4 year degree at LBCC and finish at OSU all in one admissions process! Who is eligible? What are the benefits? How to apply?

 

Financial Aid: The First Step

What is financial aid? When do I apply? Who is eligible? What is the EFC (estimated family contribution)? How is need determined? This session will address how to start the financial aid process.

 

LBCC Scholarships: Show Me the Money!

Many scholarships go unawarded each year for lack of applicants. Learn how to search the LBCC Scholarship database and how to prepare a great application, so you can have a chance at FREE MONEY!

 

OSAC Scholarships: More than $15 million in FREE scholarships to help pay for college!

Oregon Student Access Commission (OSAC) will show you how to search their scholarships and how to submit a complete application. Hundreds of scholarships available by varying criteria - high school, county of residence, college major, GPA, need-based, and more!

 

Understanding Special Admission Programs

Learn how to access the Special Admissions Applications. Find out about residency, orientations and program details for:

  • Dental Assistant
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Nursing
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant
  • Pharmacy Technology
  • Phlebotomy
  • Polysomnography
  • Veterinary Assistant

 

High School Programs

Earn college credit while taking high school classes and save yourself time and money spent towards college tuition. In this session we will be providing information on high school programs offered at LBCC such as College Now and the latest information on the 5th Year Program (If applicable).

 

Student Panel: Ask Questions & Get Answers from LBCC Students

Where do I get help? How do I choose my classes? What can I do for fun? How is college different from high school? How do I choose a major? Come with your questions!

 

Panel de Estudiantes: Haga Preguntas y Obtenga Respuestas de los Estudiantes de LBCC

¿Dónde puedo obtener ayuda? ¿Cómo elijo mis clases? ¿Qué puedo hacer yo para diversión? ¿Cómo es diferente el colegio de la escuela secundaria? ¿Cómo elijo una asignatura principal? Venga con sus preguntas!

 

Don’t forget about our Open Houses put on by several of our programs of study departments such as:

  • Heavy Equipment & Diesel
  • Welding
  • Automotive
  • Machine Tool
  • Mechatronics
  • Nursing
  • Special Admissions Programs/ Accelerated Short Term Trainings
  • Culinary Arts
  • Journalism
  • Dental Assistant

And more! (We will update this list as more confirmations from departments come in!)

The LBCC Bookstore and Library will also be opened for our guests to check out as well as other student services such as the Career Center and Learning Center!

And let’s not forget about the many clubs and other services that are available to all our students here at LBCC! Starting at 4:30, there will be a chance for you to get to know several of these groups in our “Beyond the Books” Showcase being held in our Russell Tripp Performance Center in Takena Hall.

 

We hope to see you here for College Night!

 

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