By Victoria Fowler
Gazette Reporter 

Palouse Pathways plans honors fair in Moscow

 

September 26, 2019



Palouse Pathways will host an honors fair on Oct. 2 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. for high school students interested in higher education after high school.

The fair will have representatives from honor colleges and programs from the University of Washington, University of Idaho, Washington State University, Boise State, Eastern Washington, Central Washington, Western Washington and Spokane Falls Community College.

The event will also include a panel discussion.

Peggy Jenkins, founding director of Palouse Pathways, said, “The benefit of honors colleges and programs is that they allow students who are looking for a very rigorous, challenging experience to find one closer to home at a public university.”

This event will be at the 1912 Center in Moscow. It will be a free event and open to high schoolers and their families.

Jenkins said that this event may also be beneficial for students who may want to transfer college or for the non-traditional student.

Palouse Pathways has been holding honors fairs since 2015, with the exception of last year's break.

Palouse Pathways was organized in November of 2013 and part of its mission is to help students gain admissions to college and programs and help families save for college.

This opportunity is ideal for juniors and seniors, but is open to students in all grades.


 
 

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