• College Fairs and Visits

    Randolph High School offers serveral types of college visit opportunities for our students.  All outreach and sign-up informaton is processed through the college and career center.  Follow Ms. Huey on twitter at:  

    Why attend college fairs?

    College fairs allow you to meet representatives from a range of institutions in one location.  No matter what size the college fair is, they are an excellent opportunity for stuents to learn more about school sthat theya re interested in. While the institutions that attend college fairs see them as a chance to advertise themselves and have conversations with potential applicants, students should realize that these opportunities allow them to stand out from the crowd and improvetheir college applications. 

    In-House College Visit Opportunities

    RHS is a member of the Morris/Sussex College Fair Consortium  Through this organization, over three-hundred colleges and universities vist RHS annually during three seperate college fairs. Thhis college fair is held during th cshool day and only open to RHS students.  Faris are advertised through Naviance and monring announcements.  

         Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - AM College Fair: Colleges Attending - TBD

         Monday, November 12, 2018 - AM College Fair: Colleges Attending - TBD

         Monday, March 4, 2019 - AM College Fair: Colleges Attending - TBD

    Private college visits take place throguhout the school year during unit lunch.  These are also coordianted by the college and career specialist and interested students can view and register throiugh Naviacne.  If a student ahs a visiting college on their prospective schools list in Naviance, they will receive an email notifying them of the upcoming visit.  Typical private lunch visits include Columbia University, Rutgers Univeristy, Clemson University, University of Delaware, NYU and Tulane University to name a few.   

    Outside College Fairs

    Morris County Regional College Fair – Held annually at the County College of Morris


    This event is sponsored by the NJ Association of College Admission Counseling (NJACAC) and coordinated with CCM and the Morris County Directors of Guidance.  Annually, representatives from over 210 colleges and universities from across the country share information about their programs of study, support services, campus life, housing, and tuition costs.  This annual event is hosted by the County College of Morris on their Randolph campus in the Student Community Center and Health/Physical Education Building.  The event typically takes place on the second Sunday in September from 12:00 to 3:00 and informatin will be available in early September throuigh the college and career center.