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9 months ago
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Virtual College Panels

I'm really enjoying the virtual student panels. Is there a plan to increase the scope of the colleges represented? So far, it seems heavy on the major universities, not so much for students looking at small liberal arts colleges.

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9 months ago

We're so glad you're enjoying the Student Panel College Fair so far! We're definitely considering doing more of these in the future, and would absolutely be open to adding more liberal arts colleges. Thanks for your feedback!

In the meantime, here are a 2 livestreams for small LACs that you can check out today:

https://www.collegevine.com/livestreams/watch/middlebury_college_student_panel__6645450

https://www.collegevine.com/livestreams/watch/bates_college_student_panel__1274451

And here's a recording from a couple days ago:

https://www.collegevine.com/livestreams/watch/lafayette_college_student_panel__0149430

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9 months ago

So I’m 99% sure that some of the more elite liberal arts like Swatmore etc will be available eventually but you can email support@collegevine.com and ask about. If you want to listen to admissions officers talk about the school StriveScan on YouTube has plenty. Also if there are some specific ones you are interested they more likely than not have virtual stuff which will likely include student panels.

Hope this helps and please comment if you need clarification as I’d be happy to help clarify!

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9 months ago

I would say if you are looking for seminars and info sessions for smaller schools, their website might be the place to go. Although College Vine is a great resource, direct connection with those school might be 1. more informative 2. help you demonstrate interest.

Hope this helped!! :)

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