Say Go College Week

Don’t Miss Say Go College Week!

March 4: Myth Busting Monday

Monday is the launching pad for Say Go College Week. There are several things you can do to ensure that the week is a big success:

  • Fill out the Myth Busting handout.
  • Discuss and bust other myths you’ve heard about college with your teacher and fellow students.
  • Become a fan of the Say Go College page on Facebook.

Does your school make morning announcements on a PA system? If so, add a College Myth to your announcement, and start the conversation!

March 5: Show N’ Tell Tuesday

Where will you be 10 years from now? Will you be a famous surgeon? A cool DJ? An airline pilot, engineer or maybe a powerful business person?

On Show N’ Tell Tuesday, dress for tomorrow’s success, and wear outfits related to the career of your future! If you’d like, have your school hold a contest for the best career-related outfit, and share pictures on the Say Go College Facebook Fan Page, or post your pictures to Instagram with the #SGC13 tag.

March 6: University “U” Wednesday

You’ve heard about showing your “school spirit”, but how about showing your “future school spirit”?  Today’s the day to wear your favorite t-shirt bearing your future school’s logo!

Team up with your Student Council to take group photos of other students wearing their college tees, and then share the photos on the Say Go College Facebook page and on Instagram via the #SGC13 tag!

March 7: Sign It Thursday

Take this day to sign the Say Go College Commitment Banner hanging in your school. Your signature is a pledge to seek the path to higher learning.

March 8: Win It Friday

Say Go College makes getting into college easy and entertaining!

Click here for Official Rules.

March 9: Think On It Saturday

Saturday is the day that students prepare for College Goal SundaySM, and really give some serious thought to their future.

March 10: College Goal SundaySM

Held in 37 locations across Arkansas, College Goal SundaySM is a one-day, statewide event created to help students learn more about higher education and to apply for financial aid for education beyond high school. (The application is called the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.)

For a College Goal SundaySM near your school, visit



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