CSRA College Night 2017

Thursday, September 14, 2017 5:00-8:30 pm
James Brown Arena, Augusta, GA


The CSRA College Night is a cooperative effort among Department of Energy (DOE), Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (SRNS) and its partners, local private schools, business and industry, and local government. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for students, parents and guidance counselors to learn about education opportunities available from accredited colleges and universities. Representatives from Engineering and Science and Liberal Arts colleges and universities from across the country provide information to all interested participants. In addition, professional and technical societies also attend. The evening is concluded with scholarship drawings. This program is for high school level students, parents and area educators.

Students & Parents Exhibitors
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The purpose of the event is to inform CSRA high school students (primarily 11th and 12th graders) and their parents of college education opportunities across the United States. The event originated in 1993 as the Engineering College Night for ABET Accredited Engineering Colleges and Universities only. In 1994, Engineering College Night was changed to CSRA College Night. A partnership was formed with eight independent schools in Augusta, GA (Liberal Arts College Night) to offer a joint fair.

The purpose of the event is to inform CSRA high school students (primarily 11th and 12th graders) and their parents of college education opportunities across the United States. The event originated in 1993 as the Engineering College Night for ABET Accredited Engineering Colleges and Universities only. In 1994, Engineering College Night was changed to CSRA College Night. A partnership was formed with eight independent schools in Augusta, GA (Liberal Arts College Night) to offer a joint fair.

Over 140 engineering universities and liberal arts colleges/universities (TBA) from across the United States, which are accredited by one of the six Regional Accreditation Agencies, attend each year. Between 5 and 10 professional societies (TBA) attend and contribute to the scholarship fund and provide career information. Approximately 6,000 students, parents and educators attend.