Admissions Officers from the University of Alabama, Auburn University, Birmingham Southern, University of Alabama – Birmingham, University of Alabama- Huntsville, Jacksonville State, University of Montevallo, Berry College, Spring Hill College, and University of North Alabama were on hand to inform students and parents of the academic and campus life at each school.
Students and parents explored each school and asked many questions pertaining to admissions, available majors, campus organizations, campus security, scholarships, and financial aid. St. Bernard encourages parents to attend and participate as well as the high school juniors and seniors, since oftentimes, they think of questions that students overlook. A few underclassmen could also be seen among the crowd Wednesday night; as one freshman put it, “it’s never too early to make college plans.”
Guidance Counselor, Mary Mayo said the schools were well received. “Our students and parents found the fair very informative. They collected a lot of good information and were able to find several differences in each college.”
Mayo stresses to her students to make sure they inquire about application deadlines for scholarships.
Mayo said, “Deadlines vary from school to school, and are approaching very quickly. Make sure to check your particular colleges for application and scholarship deadlines.”
St. Bernard Prep is a co-educational day and boarding school for grades 7-12. For more information visit www.stbernardprep.com or call 256-739-6682.