International Program Directors from seven USA, Canadian, and Caribbean universities will be present in Dominica for college fair on Monday, June 5, 2023. During their visit, the International Programme Directors will provide individual student consultations. They will also offer opportunities for students in Dominica to study at all levels.
The representatives will come from the following universities, including:
- Southeast Missouri State University,
- Northwest Missouri State University,
- The State University of New York-Brockport,
- Western Illinois University, Eastern Illinois University,
- University of Guelph-Ontario Canada,
- Saint George’s University School of Medicine,
Officials from various financial organizations and institutions will also be present to provide financing information. The institutions will be the Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank, Dominica Social Security, National Bank of Dominica and the National Cooperative Credit Union.
Accordingly, The Dominica College Fair will execute itself in two phases. Phase one will occur at the DSC on Monday, June 5, from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. The second phase will target all other interested persons. The event will be at the Goodwill Parish Hall from 1:30 to 5:30 PM.
Dominica State College, The Ministry of Education, and several other universities collaborated for the event. Dr Randy Glean is the lead coordinator and facilitator of the initiative. He is the Associate Vice President for Global Studies at Western Illinois University.
Attendees at the Dominica College Fair at DSC and the Goodwill Parish Hall will get a plethora of information during the college fair. This includes critical information on admissions, scholarships, graduate funding, admissions processes, and education/student loans. Meanwhile, all students and interested parties will have the opportunity to meet with the facilitators individually.
They can directly explore online study options, admissions prospects, and loan processes. All programs at all degree levels are available for study once the institutions make their offers.
The Ministry of Education and the Office of the Prime Minister invited the students. They urged the students to avail this opportunity to help further their mission of one graduate per household.