Campus Gives College Tips to High School Students

    UCSD is partnering with the California Student Opportunity
    and Access Program to present 10th- and 11th-grade students and parents in
    southeast San Diego with “An Evening with UCSD,” an event that will provide
    information about college admissions, financial aid and top-paying jobs for
    graduates.

    During the event, which will be held April 22 from 6 to 8 p.m.
    at the Elementary Institute of Science, Chancellor Marye Anne Fox will welcome
    the students and their parents after an introduction by City Councilman Tony
    Young.

    “This is an exciting opportunity for [UCSD] to meet with
    students and parents in their own communities, share information about the
    university and the details in navigating the college preparatory process,” Fox
    said in a statement.

    Additional speakers include Vice Chancellor of Student
    Affairs Penny Rue, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Admission and Enrollment
    Services Mae W. Brown, Interim Director of Financial Aid Ann Klein and
    Associate Director of Career Services Craig Schmidt.

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