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Picking a college can be daunting.

How do you choose a college? How do you know if it’s a good one? How do you know what to study while you are there? Students and parents of students are invited to attend the CiRCE Institute Virtual College Fair the week of January 15, 2024 for an online event each afternoon from 4pm to 5:30pm Eastern Time.

For each day’s call, Dr. Matthew Bianco will give a brief presentation helping to answer one of the toughest decisions a high school student will make: choosing a college. The overall presentation will be broken up into parts for each day’s call, so be sure to attend all of them!

Following Dr. Bianco’s presentation, a representative from a particular college will give a brief presentation on what that school offers. Each day’s call will feature a different college. So be sure to attend all of the calls to hear from more of the colleges!

Following the college’s presentation, the call will be open to a question and answer period, allowing prospective students and their parents to ask questions of both Dr. Bianco and the college representative. We hope this will make the decision making process a little bit easier for you, though these colleges are so great you may find it more difficult to choose!

Register for the FREE event now and get access to all of the live calls for the whole week, plus get access to the recordings for any of the calls you miss or want to revisit.

Participating Colleges

New College Franklin

Mon, Jan. 15


Wisdom. Virtue. Service.

Located in beautiful Franklin, Tennessee, New College Franklin is a four-year Christian Liberal Arts college dedicated to excellent academics and discipling relationships among students and faculty.

Greg Wilbur, Founder & Dean of Students

Grove City College

Tues, Jan. 16


College is a learning experience unlike any other. But not everything you’re taught comes out of a textbook. At Grove City College, your fellow students and your faith inform your education every bit as much as our faculty. This one-of-a-kind experience means that while you’re preparing for a career, you’re also discovering your purposes for success in life.

Lee Wishing, VP of Student Recruiting

Belmont Abbey College

Wed, Jan. 17

Belmont Abbey College is a liberal arts college that prioritizes providing an affordable private education and seeks to lead students toward fulfilling God’s purpose for their lives.

With more than 30 majors and 45 minors, you are sure to find a program that captivates you. You will thrive through research opportunities and industry internships. Our 5 graduate programs offer opportunities for you to strengthen your career, and the online programs’ flexibility allows you to learn according to your schedule, with faculty by your side every step of the way. 

Dr. Christine Boor, Assistant Professor of the Honors College  

Hildegard College

Thurs, Jan. 18


Hildegard College exists to form young people for lives of faith, virtue, and extraordinary work.

Located in sunny Costa Mesa, CA, we are the first college to join the classical liberal arts with the study of leadership formation and entrepreneurship in a single degree. Intentionally small cohorts navigate four integrated tutorials in the Great Books, Quadrivial Arts, Formation, and Entrepreneurship while gaining mentorship and work experience with Civic Partners. Featuring $16,000/year all-inclusive tuition, independence from federal financial aid, homestay options, and donor-funded scholarships, a rigorous education at Hildegard is also affordable and accessible.

Templeton Honors College

Fri, Jan. 19

The Templeton Honors College is a premier liberal arts institution challenging students with an academically rigorous education in the Christian classical tradition.  Templeton emphasizes critical study and engagement with great books, great conversations, and great lives and prepares gifted students to become thoughtful leaders in their professional and personal lives. Our community of scholars aims to form whole persons whose spiritual and intellectual gifts will flourish and enrich others with meaningful lives of service and reflection.

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