On Friday, Oct. 1, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Clayton State University hosted the annual Clayton County PROBE College Fair. The fair was held in the University’s Student Activities Center, in a joint venture involving the Office of Recruitment and Admissions and the Clayton County Public Schools.
More than 2,300 high school seniors from the following public high schools attended; Forest Park, Jonesboro, Lovejoy, Morrow, Mundy’s Mill, North Clayton, Riverdale, and Open Campus. Clayton County private and home schooled seniors were also welcome to attend. Clayton State admissions counselors and recruiters Luxi Zhang and Terquyose Kennebrew personally spoke with more than 300 students interested in learning more about Clayton State University.
PROBE is an organized college fair tour that attracts representatives from a variety of educational and training institutions, and positions them so that potential students and parents can make the best decision about their futures. PROBE’s goals are to give information and stimulate interest in post-secondary education for students in Georgia. At the Clayton County PROBE College Fair, 79 colleges and universities from around the nation were represented.
For more information, contact Penny G. Brooks, Clayton State associate director, Recruitment and Admissions, at (678) 466-4115.