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Check back for additional schools hosting Virtual College Rep Visits with Kamiakin students. 




Registration Link 

Grand Canyon University 7-Oct 10:00 Register HERE
Whitworth University 7-Oct 11:00 Register HERE
Corban University 14-Oct 10:00 Register HERE
Willamette University 14-Oct 11:00 Register HERE
WSU Tri-Cities 14-Oct 12:00 Register HERE
BYU Idaho 21-Oct 9:00 Register HERE
Eastern Oregon University  21-Oct 10:00 Register HERE
Gonzaga University 28-Oct 11:00 Register HERE
Central Washington University 28-Oct 29-Oct

Register HERE

Eastern Washington University 4-Nov 9:00 Register HERE

Central Wasthington University

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On the Spot Admissions Appointments

19-Oct 23-Oct Registration opens October 5
16-Nov 20-Nov Registration opens November 3
7-Dec 11-Dec Registration opens November 23


Free and open to the public, PNACAC college fairs connect students, families and counselors from Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington with colleges and universities from all over the country in one convenient location. Advance registration is required and can be done using this LINK.

Date                               Time                     Breakout Session

Monday, Oct 19              9 am – Noon        College Search During Covid 11 am - Noon

Tuesday, Oct 20             4 - 7 pm               Writing Your College Application Essay 4 – 5pm

Wednesday, Oct 21       10 am - 1 pm        Community College: Your Local, Affordable College Choice 11am - Noon

                                       4 - 7 pm                Financial Aid for Washington Families 6 – 7pm

Thursday, Oct 22            4 - 7 pm               Test-optional Panel with Washington's Public and Private Universities 6 – 7pm

Are you thinking about going to college?

Whether the decision has already been made or is still years away, please browse through the college planning timelines below, designed to help you prepare for college. Please note that although you can complete most of the necessary tasks in your junior or senior years of high school, you should start planning as early as ninth grade. Not only will this improve your chances of getting into the college of your choice, but it will also make applying much easier.

Source: US Department of Education,

Here's a few tips about the College Application Process

Take the Tests, Check out the Testing Tab for More Information

Most colleges in the U.S. require that students submit scores from standardized tests as part of their application packages. The most commonly accepted tests are the ACT, SAT Reasoning and SAT Subject tests. For information about which you should take, talk to your high school counselor or to the admissions offices at the colleges to which you will apply.

The ACT Test

For detailed information about the ACT tests, registering for these tests, how to prepare for the tests, what to take with you on test day, and understanding your scores, visit

The SAT Tests

For information on and registering for any of the tests described below, visit While the SAT itself has been redesigned, most policies and procedures remain the same.

Hot Topic: The SAT Essay Is Optional

When students register for the new SAT, they decide if they want to sign up for the SAT essay. To make an informed choice, they should know two things:

  • Taking the SAT with essay keeps the door open to colleges that require or recommend it. Go to College SAT Essay Policies.
  • The SAT's essay component has had a total makeover. It's now a lot like a typical college writing assignment. Learn more about the SAT essay.
  • Students can switch between the SAT and the SAT with essay online up until the registration deadline. And they might be able to switch on test day — at the discretion of the test center supervisor — if materials, seats and staff are available.