Sailing Ships

This month we continue our #BeAGrad chat series with more tips for college students. In “Sailing Ships,” we will share tips and advice to help college students decide between internships and fellowships! This month’s guest hosts are Ron Culp and William Chichester. Join us Thursday, May 28th at 3pmEST/12pmPST. Follow @collegesummit to join in the conversation.

Financial Smarts 101

This month we continue our #BeAGrad chat series with more tips for college students. In “Financial Smarts 101,” we will share tips and advice to help college students become financially literate! This month’s guest hosts are Dominique Broadway, Brian Hostick & Jason Vasquez. Join us Thursday, April 30th at 3pmEST/12pmPST. Follow @collegesummit to join in the conversation.

Twitter Chat: Financial Smarts 101

This month we continue our #BeAGrad chat series with more tips for college students. In “Financial Smarts 101,” we will share tips and advice to help college students become financially literate! This month’s guest hosts are Dominique Broadway, Brian Hostick & Jason Vasquez. Join us Thursday, April 30th at 3pmEST/12pmPST. Follow @collegesummit to join in the conversation.

Annual Peer Leader Awards Luncheon

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015, College Summit West Virginia hosted its annual Peer Leader Awards Luncheon at Columbia Pipeline Group. College Summit uses this time to honor the hard work of the senior classes they serve, which includes presenting five scholarships, awarding educators for their hard work and recognizing two students who went above and beyond in their schools this year, creating a college-going culture.

College Summit Missouri Hosts Road Trip

College Summit Missouri hosted the College Road Trip, giving 35 sophomores and juniors the opportunity to visit not one, but seven college campuses. Students from Saint Louis Public Schools traveled with College Summit staff to five different cities in Missouri to visit a diverse range of schools, such as public and private, big and small and faith-based and historically black colleges and universities. The seven schools on the tour included University of Missouri-Kansas City, Rockhurst University, Park University, University of Central Missouri, University of Missouri-Columbia, Lincoln University and Harris-Stowe State University.