WI Private College Week

During WI Private College Week, visitors will have the chance to attend information sessions, tour campuses, meet with admissions counselors, and connect with current students.

Why check out a WI Private College?

  •  average class size is just 16 students, and there are many opportunities for hands-on learning.
  • The chances of graduating in four years are 60% higher at our colleges than at four-year public institutions in Wisconsin.
  • There are over 420 academic programs to choose from.
  • Ninety-six percent of undergraduates receive financial aid.
  • For the tenth year in a row, the average undergraduate out-of-pocket tuition has been at or below $5,500 per year.

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University of Cambridge Information Evening, Chicago

Dr Caroline Burt, Admissions Tutor at the University of Cambridge, will be at Lycée Francais de Chicago on May 28 to provide information on studying at the University of Cambridge and the admissions and selection criteria. Dr Burt will give an insight into student life at Cambridge, including information on Colleges, courses and extra-curricular activities as well as outlining the admissions process and what makes a competitive application. There will be time at the end for questions. Students, supporters and teachers all warmly welcome.

You can share this registration link with students: Register here

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Trade the typical.

Trade the traditional.

Trade the norm.

The DuPage County Building & Construction Trades Council, along with PowerForward DuPage and CISCO, is hosting the 2019 DuPage County Trade Apprenticeship Expo.

THURSDAY, May 30th, 2019

3:30pm – 6:30pm




This event will feature interactive, hands-on demonstrations as well as opportunities to meet with instructors to learn more about each individual trade apprenticeship program.   This expo is helping high-school students and post-graduates discover the many opportunities of a career in the trades!

Participating construction trades include:

 Boilermakers                             Operating Engineers

Bricklayers                                  Painters

Carpenters & Millwrights        Plasterers & Cement Masons

Ceramic Tile Layers                   Plumbers & Pipefitters

Electricians                                 Roofers

Heat & Frost Insulators            Sheet Metal Workers

Ironworkers                                Sprinkler Fitters



The Expo is free to attend, but registration is required.  Please visit or call Executive Director Karyn Charvat at (630)791-2660 to register.