College and Career Visits

Face to Face and Virtual College Information Session for Northview Students Only

  1. Check Naviance for the schedule. 

  2. Register via Naviance.  Scroll down for instructions.

  3. Report to class first to inform your teacher that you plan to attend the college information session. Your teacher must give you permission to go. If the information session is during Titan Time, please report to your 3rd period teacher first before attending the meeting. 

  4. Meetings can be either face-to-face or virtual. Bring your laptop and earbuds to the Counseling College and Career Center (Chill Zone) in order to participate in the meeting.

  5. To start your virtual meeting, log into Naviance and go to College Visits.  The link will appear 15 minutes before the start of the meeting. If the meeting is face-to-face, the admissions rep will be there to meet with you.

For a list of colleges visiting Northview, scroll down.

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Students Leaving Northview's Campus for a College Visit - Click here.

College Admissions Counselors

We are hosting a limited number of virtual college visits at this time. Please sign up using Rep Visits.  The schedule is posted above. Questions? Email Brooke Jarabek at  

College Reps can schedule visits during these times:


Titan Time - 10:20 to 11:00 am

6th Period - 2:45 - 3:30 pm


5th Period - 1:45 - 2:30 pm



Titan Time - 10:20 to 11:00 am

3rd Period - 11:00 to 11:45 am


1st Period - 8:30 - 9:15am


2nd Period - 9:30 - 10:15 am

Titan Time - 10:20 - 11:00 am

College, Career and Military Information Events Not at Northview

Information Sessions with representatives from Harvard, Princeton, UVA, Wellesley, and Yale.

Advance registration is required.

Georgia Tech Admission and Financial Aid 101 in the 404

College application season is here! We believe Georgia Tech could be a great fit for your students, and, because of that, we want to provide you the tools to navigate the college application and financial aid process.

Admission and Financial Aid 101 in the 404 is a two-night virtual event designed to help Atlanta-area students of color and their counselors learn the basics about college admission and financial aid. Join members of our staff as they walk students through the process of applying at Georgia Tech, as well as other institutions they may be considering. Current students will also be on hand to answer any questions after the session. This two-day virtual event is free for students, families, and high school counselors.


Why Georgia Tech?
Georgia Tech is for your students! Tech's Dean of the College of Engineering, Rayhem Beyah, is a graduate of the Atlanta Public School System who went on to be a Double Jacket (receiving a master’s and Ph.D. degrees from the School of Electrical Engineering). Hear Atlanta-native Dean Beyah share how Tech changed his life -


Georgia Tech Virtual Visits

Georgia Tech probably won't be delivering a virtual visit specifically for Northview students this year; however, you can visit their web site at to make a virtual visit.