Juniors and seniors, don't miss this chance to get ready for your next steps. During College Night, families can explore colleges and careers after high school. This event is part of College Week.
Students also have the chance to get the vaccines needed to register for college. These vaccines help prevent the spread of disease and potentially fatal infections at college campuses. We'll be offering an opportunity to get vaccinated at our College Night event.
Can't attend in-person? Attend our Virtual College Night.
How to register
Families can register to attend at bit.ly/collegenight21.
Students must register to get vaccines at bit.ly/cnvaccines21.
Vaccinate before you graduate
We're partnering with the Garland Health Department to provide free COVID vaccines for all students. Students can also get the following vaccines:
- Meningitis B
What to bring
Students need to bring:
- shot records
- a parent or guardian if you are under 18 and do not have signed consent forms
- proof of insurance if you are insured
Care Van will give free vaccines to those who have no insurance, are underinsured, have Medicaid or are Native Alaskans/Native Americans.