South Effingham High School hosted the Georgia PROBE Fair on Oct. 25 with 44 post-secondary institutions represented.
Juniors and seniors from both SEHS and Effingham County High School had an opportunity to visit with the college representatives of their choice. Literature and application forms were available and students could sign up to have additional information sent to them.
Some of the colleges and universities represented included: University of Georgia, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Georgia Southern University, Brewton-Parker College, East Georgia College, Georgia Southwestern State University, Gordon College, Georgia Military College, Georgia Tech, Clayton State University, Abraham Baldwin College, Berry College, Augusta State University, Georgia College and State University, Valdosta State University, Darton College and South Georgia College.
PROBE fairs are sponsored by the Georgia Education Articulation Committee, Inc., which exists to disseminate information and stimulate interest in post-secondary education for students in Georgia. In accordance with the GEAC statement of purpose (in articles of incorporation), to be eligible for participation in PROBE, participants must be approved by GEAC. Participation is restricted to Georgia-based, non-profit, Southern Association of College and Schools accredited, post-secondary institutions, colleges, universities and technical institutions.