Virtual Fairs and Panels
Radford University is excited to be participating in various virtual events throughout the spring designed to assist students as they explore different colleges and learn about the admissions process. Unless noted otherwise, these events are free for students, families and school counselors to attend and are open to students from all states. Click on a date below to register for the event; registration is hosted on an external website.
Four Virtual College Fairs sponsored by the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC)
Recorded Panels and Fairs
Check out the videos below to view recorded videos from past fairs and panels. Please note, these events included an audience and therefore may have Q&A included. If you have questions regarding Radford University's admissions process or any of these specific topics, we invite you to contact the Office of Admissions directly at 540-831-5371 or email@example.com
Navigating the College Application Process as a Latinx, Hispanic or DACA Student
Learn from three Latinx admissions counselors about all things college admissions. We breakdown the college application process, financial aid, and scholarship information. We also discuss how to find the perfect college fit, taking into account majors/programs, cost, and the importance of campus community, specifically for Latinx, Hispanic, and/or DACA students.
Utilizing your Resources, Now and Beyond
In the wake of COVID many campuses have relied on various resources on our campuses to help assist admissions officers with students. This session will go over how to best utilize your resources from Student Ambassadors, to military connection centers, transfer centers, your personal admission contact, and more. Should you be logging in to Zooms or Webinars? What about booking meetings and virtual tours? Exploring Career Centers? We will help you figure it all out!
The LGBTQ+ College Search
Hear from Admissions professionals about ways in which you can better navigate the college search, application and decision process as an LGBTQ+ student. We'll share tips regarding questions to ask on tour, how to talk to your admissions counselor and what resources to look for on campus, online and in the area around a school.
Finding your fit as a minority
The college search process can overwhelm any students - even more so as an minority student. Counselors and colleges are always saying look for where you “fit” best, but what exactly does “fit” mean? This session will provide tips to helping finding an institution that truly fits you, academically and socially.