Registration Open for CollegeWeekLive Fall Event "The Green College Road Trip" Announces Scholarship and YouTube Video Contest

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CollegeWeekLive (http://www.collegeweeklive), the world's largest virtual college fair has opened registration for its upcoming Fall event, taking place online on November 12 and 13, 2008. To coincide with the opening of registration, CollegeWeekLIve has announced a $3500 cash scholarship and a $1000 cash prize for the winner of a YouTube Video Contest.

The Green College Road Trip.

CollegeWeekLive (, today announced that it has opened online registration for its Fall virtual college fair, which will take place on November 12 and 13, 2008. CollegeWeekLive connects thousands of high school students and their parents with hundreds of colleges around the world through a live, interactive online environment. The CWL experience offers unparalleled content to help students plan for, get into, pay for, and attend college, featuring 60+ live video sessions with college experts, current students, and college admissions counselors.

Featured in Newsweek, The New York Times, Seventeen, The International Herald Tribune, and USA Today, CollegeWeekLive has been described as "The Green College Road Trip." CollegeWeekLive enables admissions officers to experience all of the benefits of a physical fair - meeting students and parents - without travel and leaving no carbon footprint. At the same time, faced with rising fuel costs, students and parents can speak live with colleges across the US and abroad without expensive travel.

To register for this no-cost event, students and parents can go to:

Scholarship Contest Is Now Open
CollegeWeekLive also announced details of a $3,500 cash scholarship for student attendees of the November event. Students who complete the essay application and attend CollegeWeekLive on November 12th and 13th are eligible. To date, CollegeWeekLive has awarded over $10,000 in scholarships to high school students. For more details, students and parents can visit:

CWL YouTube Video Contest Launches     
To allow students to show their creative side during the admissions process, CollegeWeekLive is also launching an additional cash giveaway, the "CollegeWeekLive YouTube Video Contest" Everyone's college search is unique and the search process can be stressful, fun, exhausting, or exciting. Students can grab a video camera and in 90 seconds or less share their admissions experience. The most entertaining and creative video - as voted on by students - will win $1,000. For more details, including how to submit a video, visit:

CWL Participating Colleges Continues to Grow
The November 2008 event will feature an expanded program, new resources, double the number of attendees, and many more universities than previous CollegeWeekLive events. For the first time, CollegeWeekLive expands beyond North American 4- year colleges, adding community colleges, universities from Europe, Australia, and online schools. Confirmed colleges include:

Anderson University, Argosy University Online, Arizona State University, Baker University, Bangor University, Bay State College, Becker College, Bryn Mawr College, Calvin College, Cardiff University, Central Connecticut State University, Century College, Chaminade University of Honolulu, College of Mount St. Joseph, Colorado College, Colorado State University, Dartmouth College, DeSales University, Dowling College, Drexel University, Eastern Carolina University, Eastern University, ECPI College of Technology, Edith Cowan University, Emerson College, Emmanuel College, Florida International University, Florida State University, Grand Canyon University, Green Mountain College, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, Hawaii Pacific, Hofstra University, Idaho State University, Illinois Institute of Technology, Illinois State University, Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University, Johnson & Wales University, Keuka College, Laramie County Community College, Mars Hill College, Marshall University, Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Menlo College, Merrimack College, Miami University of Ohio, Middle Tennessee State University, Millikin University, Morehead State University, Mount Ida College, Mount Mercy College, New York Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Northland College, Northwood University - Florida, Northwood University - Texas, Northwood University - Florida, Ohio Northern University, Ohio Wesleyan University, Oklahoma Baptist University, Old Dominion University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Perth Education City, Pittsburgh Technical Institute, Providence College, Richard Bland College, Robert Morris College, Rutgers, Saint Joseph College, Saint Mary's College, Sam Houston State University, Savannah College of Art & Design, Schreiner University, Semester at Sea, Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, Sierra Nevada College, South University Online, Southeastern University, Southern New Hampshire University, Stanford University, Strayer University, Suffolk University, SUNY Cortland, Susquehanna University, Temple University, Texas Tech University, The Academy of Art University, The Art Institute of Pitt Online, The University of Texas at Austin, Trinity University, University of Wales (Newport), Union University, United States Air Force Academy, United States Coast Guard Academy, United States Naval Academy, Unites States Military Academy, Unity College, University College (Cork), University of Alabama, University of Alabama Birmingham, University of Arizona, University of Bridgeport, University of Dayton, University of Glamorgan (Wales), University of Houston, University of Miami, University of New England, University of New Haven, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, University of Northern British Columbia, University of Northern Colorado, University of Tennessee, University of Wales (Lampeter), University of Utah, Wales International Consortium, Warner Pacific College, Wartburg College, Wayne State University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Wright State University.

For a full, updated list of participating schools, visit:

About CollegeWeekLive
CollegeWeekLive is a unique virtual event designed to allow people involved in the college admissions process (students, parents, teachers, counselors, colleges and universities) to connect and successfully interact with one another in ways that are impossible at physical events, through powerful Web-based software and services. PlatformQ, the producer of the CollegeWeekLive, is a company whose mission is to leverage the accessibility of online events to connect individuals, companies and organizations - across North America and internationally-- who might otherwise not be able to travel to physical events or communicate with leading experts or thought leaders.

CollegeWeekLive and PlatformQ are trademarks of PlatformQ, Inc. All other trademarks or service marks are property of their respective owners.    

Press Contact: Patrick Rafter,, 617-901-2697


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