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OSSE Sixth Annual Adult College Completion Fair

Saturday, April 18, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

One Judiciary Square Council Chambers
441 Fourth Street NW, First Floor , Washington, DC 20001

Contact: Christina Beal   Christina.Beal@dc.gov  

Sponsored by: Office of the State Superintendent of Education


Are you 18 years of age or older and interested in going to college? Did you start college but were unable to finish? If that’s you, join us at the fair for:

  • Conversations with representatives from local universities and colleges that offer adult-friendly credentials and associate's and bachelor's degree programs.
  • Scholarship and resource information from organizations that support adult learners who are pursuing higher education degrees.
  • Adult-friendly online education options.
  • Degree audits with local college or university representatives. Bring your unofficial transcript and receive a complimentary degree audit or transcript evaluation.
  • Workshops designed to provide you with everything you need to know to successfully return to college or enroll in college for the first time.
  • Application fee waivers from participating colleges and universities.
  • On-site admissions for eligible prospective students.

Attention Early Childhood Workforce: Representatives from local universities that offer the Child Development Associate credential and associate's and bachelor's degree programs will be on hand to assist you as well.

Learn how you can earn your degree for $3,000 or less a year at Southern New Hampshire University’s College for America.

Place: One Judiciary Square Council Chambers - 441 Fourth St. NW, First Fl.

To register: Go to http://bit.ly/OSSEACCFair.

For questions or more information: Please contact Christina Beal at Christina.Beal@dc.gov.

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