Dozens of options for students at FISD College Fair


Prathyusha Thavva

A parent talks to a college representative to learn about the best options for college in the previous college fair hosted at Memorial High School. Attendees will have opportunities to meet with representatives of different schools, and get some insight into their options for the future.

Kanz Bitar, Staff Reporter

Students and their parents can visit with representatives from dozens of colleges and universities at the Frisco ISD College Fair Wednesday at Heritage High School from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

“I think it would be a great opportunity to get a taste of some of the colleges and universities that are out there,” junior Suhani Kunam said. “Which I think is extremely important since everyone has different preferences in terms of where they would like to study for the next couple of years of their lives.”

Senior Anya Khosla who’s been to college fairs before has found the experience beneficial.

“I think it’s a nice way to kinda explore different colleges and see what they have to offer since they’re all confined to one space,” Khosla said. “It can be convenient because you can ask them whatever questions you have and you can kind of get to know the schools better.”

For underclassmen such as sophomore Nour Bitar, Wednesday’s fair provides an opportunity to get a head start on the college process.

“I’ve never been to a college fair before so I’m really excited to go,” Bitar said. “I’m looking forward to talking to many representatives of colleges and really get a better picture of each school.”