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Photo: College fair gives students the 411

Rachel Gerig, a college admissions advisor with Oregon State University-Cascades, shows Freeman High School students Haidon Storro, 16, (center) and her sister Haylee, 16, where the university in Bend, Oregon is located on a map. Local high school students and their parents had the opportunity to meet with representatives from more than 150 public and private colleges and universities at the Spokane National College Fair held Tuesday in the Spokane Convention Center. Participants received tips on how to navigate the college selection process and learn more about the admission requirements, financial aid, course offerings and campus life. The event was sponsored by the National Association for College Admission Counseling. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Rachel Gerig, a college admissions advisor with Oregon State University-Cascades, shows Freeman High School students Haidon Storro, 16, (center) and her sister Haylee, 16, where the university in Bend, Oregon is located on a map. Local high school students and their parents had the opportunity to meet with representatives from more than 150 public and private colleges and universities at the Spokane National College Fair held Tuesday in the Spokane Convention Center. Participants received tips on how to navigate the college selection process and learn more about the admission requirements, financial aid, course offerings and campus life. The event was sponsored by the National Association for College Admission Counseling. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Rachel Gerig, a college admissions advisor with Oregon State University-Cascades, shows Freeman High School students Haidon Storro, 16, (center) and her sister Haylee, 16, where the university in Bend, Oregon is located on a map. Local high school students and their parents had the opportunity to meet with representatives from more than 150 public and private colleges and universities at the Spokane National College Fair held Tuesday in the Spokane Convention Center. Participants received tips on how to navigate the college selection process and learn more about the admission requirements, financial aid, course offerings and campus life. The event was sponsored by the National Association for College Admission Counseling.
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