College Bound Tours

Sept. 6, 2016, 9 a.m.

Classes & Workshops

225 North Ave., Atlanta GA 30313

Event Description

Are you undecided about which school you plan to attend? Join us for one of our many college tours. We plan to visits universities and colleges throughout the Southeastern United States. On our tours you will learn more about admissions requirements, financial aid, and campus life. Students will have the chance to speak with representatives and students from the respective schools and ask questions.

Out of town tours typically will last about 2 weekdays. Students will visit a minimum of 5 schools plus experience a local attraction. Tour prices vary due to distance, lodging, and fuel prices. Parents are invited to join us on our expeditions, but are not required. Any parent attending the tour must pay the listed fee for the tour.

All students who are interested in taking a tour with Makkah International Institute are encouraged to complete an orientation and college counseling. We want you to be ready for one of the most important decisions will you will make your lifetime. Counseling will walk students through what they should expect during the college application process, entrance exams, and interviews. Students can register for these sessions which are a $20 one time fee. SAT/ACT scores, writing samples, report cards, standardize test scores, and an application must be submitted to attend a counseling session. These sessions are designed to ensure that students are on track to attend the school of their dreams.


When: September 6th 2016 at 9:00AM
Where: All students should be dropped off at the Bill Moore Student Success Center 225 North Ave. Atlanta, GA 30313
9:00 GA Tech presentation
10:00 Walking tour
11:00 Lunch
12:00 Transport to Spelman and Morehouse College
1:30 Information Session
2:00 Tour
3:00 Parent Pick Up Morehouse Bookstore

Our first local tours only cost $25 each.  We look forward to assisting you on your career pathway.

Edit This Event Last Edited By: Reshelle Abdul-Malik on Aug. 14, 2016, 10:10 p.m.