Students from across the state were able to check out a lot of different colleges Thursday morning.
West Virginia Wesleyan College had its fourth college fair for hundreds of high school students. They got to check out schools both in state and out of state.
Over 40 different different higher education programs were there. These included technical schools, trade schools, and the military, along with traditional colleges and universities.
Orangizers said it's a great way to help show students their options.
Leah Ripley, the assistant director for the Office of Admissions at WVWC, said, "They can talk to a person from that college, learn more about it, and maybe weigh what their options are going to be. They can find out how to visit, what their next step is going to be about applying, financial aid and scholarships. Everything they need to make that final decision is here for them."
Many students were even able to sign up for the college of their choice at this fair.