OFTC Holds PROBE College Fair | Schools
“The PROBE Fair is held annually across the state of Georgia, allowing students to meet with representatives from avariety of colleges and universities," said OFTC Director of Admissions Raydor Coneway.
"The purpose of the fair is to disseminate information and stimulate interest in post-secondary education for the students in Georgia. All high school juniors and seniors in Georgia public and private schools are encouraged to attend a local PROBE Fairs.”
The typical PROBE College Fair consists of two to three hours of browsing time for students and parents. Topics such as financial aid, housing, and programs of study, admission requirements, scholarships, and campus life are discussed with the representatives.
High schools that attend this year’s fair in Dublin were Bleckley County High School, Dodge County High School, Dublin High School, East Laurens High School, Telfair County High School, Trinity Christian School, West Laurens High School, and Wheeler County High School.
Attending the event were 52 area colleges and roughly 1,000 area high school students.
For more information about enrolling for the upcoming 2013 Spring Semester at Oconee Fall Line Technical College, visit www.OFTC.edu or visit your local campus in Sandersville, Dublin, Louisville, or Helena. Admissions Specialists are also available by phone at (478) 553-2064 (North Campus in Sandersville) or (478) 274-7842 (South Campus in Dublin).