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PROBE College Fairs Help Students With Important Decisions

Savannah, Ga.–The Office of Recruitment at Armstrong Atlantic State University will participate in the Savannah PROBE Fair, a college recruitment fair for students attending local public and private schools. The fair will be held on April 15 from 9 A.M. to noon in the AASU Sports Center. It is free and open to the public.

The typical PROBE Fair provides two to three hours of browsing time for students and parents to explore topics, such as financial aid, housing, programs of study, admission requirements, scholarships, and student life, with campus representatives.

The fair will include more than seventy-five institutions of higher education from throughout the Southeast. In the past the fair has attracted more than 500 students from both public and private schools in Savannah.

PROBE is the college fair tour that attracts representatives from educational institutions to shopping malls, civic centers, and high schools throughout the state of Georgia. Approximately 45,000 Georgia high school students and their parents will explore the options of post-secondary education this fall at one of the many PROBE Fairs.

For more information, contact your local high school counselor or Bill Smith, PROBE executive director, at 770.663.8652.

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