Kentucky: Council on Postsecondary Education

2016 Academically Proficient High School Junior and Senior Diversity Conference

2016 Academically Proficient High School Junior and Senior Diversity Conference
Kentucky State University, Frankfort, Kentucky
June 24-25, 2016

How to Register

There are three steps to the registration process:

  1. Register your attendance to the conference.
  2. Provide documentation that your parent or guardian allows you to attend.
  3. Arrange for housing, if choosing to stay overnight at Kentucky State University.

The deadline for both conference registration and housing requests is June 13.

About the Conference

The conference, sponsored by the Council on Postsecondary Education, is held on the campus of a public, private, or independent college. The conference programs will:

  1. Inform and expose juniors and seniors of the various educational opportunities available at colleges throughout the Commonwealth;
  2. Provide information to assist juniors and seniors to make the adjustments necessary for a successful college experience;
  3. Provide information to assist students to become effective leaders in school and in their communities after graduation;
  4. Provide information regarding scholarships, grants, internships, and financial aid programs available through the KHEAA and institutions; and,
  5. Provide a forum for Kentucky colleges and universities to present information to many of the brightest college-bound students, in a single location, for purposes of acquainting the students with the academic programs and scholarship opportunities available on their campuses.

The conference was originally designed to give Kentucky's public, private, and independent colleges and universities an opportunity to recruit academically promising or proficient students in a non-competitive setting early in their junior or senior year.

 

 
For more information, contact Rana Johnson
502-573-1555, ext 243
rana.johnson@ky.gov
 

Last Updated 6/13/2016