News Release, College of Southern Maryland
The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) and Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) are hosting a free Scholarship Resource Fair in December to help students and parents learn about several options to help pay for college expenses.
The fair is 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 17 in the Business and Industry (BI) Building at CSM’s La Plata Campus. The event is geared for high school juniors and seniors interested in learning about college scholarships.
The fair will include parent workshops which will cover topics ranging from college savings plans and completing the college application process to navigating the free application for federal student aid and how student-athletes can apply for athletic scholarships.
“At CSM, we know paying for secondary education can be stressful,” said CSM Director of Financial Assistance Christian Zimmermann. “That’s why we do everything possible to make a CSM education affordable.”
The CSM La Plata Campus is located at 8730 Mitchell Road. For more information about CSM financial aid, visit https://www.csmd.edu/costs-aid/.
CCPS has a page on its website dedicated to scholarship information for parents and students. Visit https://www.ccboe.com/ss/scholarships-financial-aid-resources/ to learn more.
CSM/Charles County Public Schools Scholarship Resource Fair. 6-8 p.m., Dec. 17. College of Southern Maryland (CSM), La Plata Campus, Center for Business and Industry (BI Building), Dr. John M. Sine Conference Room (Room 103), 8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata. Charles County Public Schools and the College of Southern Maryland are pleased to host the First Annual Scholarship Fair.
The Scholarship Fair presents an opportunity for juniors, seniors and parents to connect with local scholarships available in Charles County. There will be parent workshops, application assistance. Free. 301-934-7314.
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