The Idea of College Starts Early

Expose your young family to the idea of college by taking them to college events on campus.

Take advantage of kids programs, family events, and performances at local colleges. Walking onto campus will make your family feel comfortable and welcomed. This opens the mind to belonging in this space of higher education.

San Joaquin Delta College holds seasonal workshops through their Kids College and a basketball sport camp. You should also keep an eye on their upcoming events here

   University of the Pacific holds Summer athletic and music camps. Be on the look out for their Saturday Partners in Education held during the school year. 

   Humphreys University holds occasional events for families. Follow Humphreys University Facebook page for events.

Visit a college campus! Here are more ways to search for events

Follow social media for college student organizations. Most often the student groups are holding activities on campus. 

Plan a quick visit to the college’s Student Services Office. You’ll find bulletins and pamphlets of upcoming events and organizations.  

When I was young, my father went back to college to complete his degree. I saw him working on homework. We visited the library on campus. I even remember how excited I was to use the printer. These seemingly small experiences made an impact. My small self felt comfortable on that large campus. 

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