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2021 Virtual College Fairs

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The United College Action Network (U-CAN), in partnership with Twin Rivers Unified, will host the 22nd Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Recruitment Fair this week. It's a virtual event due to the pandemic. It's open to all TR students and offers on-the-spot admissions and scholarships to those who qualify. Even though events have passed, there's still great information on U-CAN!

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1) Are the registration links being used to determine who has access to the live sessions? If so, will there be a waitlist?
Yes, the link will grant students access to the individual UC campus presentation. All campuses will offer waitlists if their sessions have met capacity limitations. The waitlist is automatic. 
2) If a student tries to register but the session is already full, will they receive a message letting them know to view the recorded session when it is available?
The majority of campuses will have this feature. All students will see a message that tells the student the virtual room is full. If it is they can request the video recording.  
3) Will students be able to ask any questions during the session?
All the virtual platforms allow students to ask questions live. Each UC will have staff dedicated to text chat or a Q&A box. 
4) If there are schools that are still having their fairs on one of the days during the UC week, will there still be someone available to attend the district/school college fair?
All the UC's will commit to the UC week as an addition to what is already confirmed. UC campuses will NOT pick the Campus Weeks OVER the high school or CCC events already scheduled on the TDCN 2021 calendar.