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Start the school year with college prep info from 10 College Depot workshops


College Depot, housed in the Burton Barr Library in Phoenix, is a rich source of college prep information for homeschoolers and all high school students.  Each month, they sponsor free workshops to help young people  understand the details of applying to college and getting scholarships.

The August and September offerings will give information on financial aid, transitioning to college, time management and basics of searching for scholarships.  All sessions are free and are held in the College Depot rooms of the 2nd floor of Burton Barr Library, 1221 N Central Ave, Phoenix, 85004.

Space is limited, so call 602-261-8847 or email college.depot@phoenix.gov to reserve a spot.

College Depot Calendar of Workshops for August and September 2011

Visit the slide show to see flyers for each workshop, or access the downloadable pdf versions here.

  • University of Chicago Information Session
    Garrett Brinker, Admissions Counselor from the University of Chicago, will discuss the opportunities and admissions policies at UofC.
    Thursday, July 28  6:30-8:30 PM
  • Understanding Financial Aid
    Discover the basics of financial aid, grants, loans, and work study. Diana Mateer will be presenting.
    Tuesday, August 2 6:00-7:00 PM

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