- This event has passed.
Circe Institute: Virtual College Fair
November 19, 2020 @ 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
An event every day that begins at 4:00 PM, repeating until November 19, 2020
4 Days. 4 Colleges. 4 Free Sessions.
For high school students and parents!
Each day, Monday through Thursday, CiRCE President Andrew Kern will lead a session on choosing a college, followed by an address and Q&A with that day’s featured college.
Every session will be recorded for those who can not attend live and the colleges will follow up with additional information about applying.
“We’ve spent 18 years giving our son a classical education in our home, where do we send him?”
“My daughter is graduating from a classical school, now what?”
“How do I find a college that values real education, that cares about my continued growth and formation?”
These are questions we hear from parents and students every year at events, online, and in one-on-one conversations around the country. A cursory look at the landscape of higher education can be disheartening. It can seem just as bleak as the state of primary schools that caused so many to seek solace in the recovery of classical education.
Fortunately, there ARE a growing number of institutions that not only value the experiences classical education has given students at schools, co-ops, and kitchen tables across the country and seek to provide opportunities for those students to continue their education. They want to provide opportunities for wrestling with great ideas, contemplating the Good, True, and Beautiful, and cultivating wisdom and virtue.
To help like-minded students and colleges CIRCE is excited to announce The CIRCE Virtual College Fair, a FREE event to allow parents and students to hear directly from the schools.
• Mon, Nov. 16: Why College?
Featuring Grove City College
• Tues, Nov. 17: What is a College?
Featuring Templeton Honors College
• Wed, Nov. 18: How to Research Colleges
Featuring Thales College
• Thurs, Nov. 19: Do the Old Have Anything to Offer the Young?
Featuring The Honors College at Belmont Abbey