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CSU/AT&T Road to College Tour: Final Stop

By CSU Public Affairs

In weeks four and five of the CSU/AT&T Road to College tour, May 3 through May 14, the bus visited middle and high schools in Elk Grove, San Francisco, Salinas, Santa Maria, Oxnard, Canoga Park, Huntington Park, Compton and Long Beach. Below are just a few highlights.

Four matching friends cannot wait to have their prospective graduation photos taken at Edward Harris Jr. Middle School in Elk Grove.

Four matching friends cannot wait to have their prospective graduation photos taken at Edward Harris Jr. Middle School in Elk Grove.



Chancellor Charles B. Reed offers a bit of help to students matching CSU names and campus locations at James Lick Middle School in San Francisco.

Chancellor Charles B. Reed offers a bit of help to students matching CSU names and campus locations at James Lick Middle School in San Francisco.

Advisors from CSU Monterey Bay help Washington Middle School students navigate the educational resources on the laptops.  Courtesy CSU Monterey Bay

Advisors from CSU Monterey Bay help Washington Middle School students navigate the educational resources on the laptops. Courtesy CSU Monterey Bay

John Zaragoza, Ventura County's Fifth District Supervisor, speaks with two AVID students at R.J. Frank Intermediate School in Oxnard.

John Zaragoza, Ventura County's Fifth District Supervisor, speaks with two AVID students at R.J. Frank Intermediate School in Oxnard.

Cal State L.A. outreach staff provide Huntington Park College-Ready Academy students college admission information. Courtesy Cal State L.A.

Cal State L.A. outreach staff provide Huntington Park College-Ready Academy students college admission information. Courtesy Cal State L.A.

Two Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Middle School students congratulate each other after taking their prospective graduation photo together.

Two Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Middle School students congratulate each other after taking their prospective graduation photo together.

Students at Colin Powell Academy, in Long Beach, are among the last to get a chance to explore the bus as part of the 2010 tour.  Courtesy CSU Long Beach

Students at Colin Powell Academy, in Long Beach, are among the last to get a chance to explore the bus as part of the 2010 tour. Courtesy CSU Long Beach

Between April 12 and May 14, the CSU/AT&T Road to College tour crisscrossed California with almost 40 stops statewide, reaching nearly 9,000 middle and high school students.  The 2010 bus tour has ended, but more photos, video, and all of the online student resources are still available at www.calstate.edu/roadtocollege.

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1 Comment to “CSU/AT&T Road to College Tour: Final Stop”

  1. Caro Says:

    Awesome!

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