You can view and sign up for college visits using MaiaLearning. You will need to Sign In With Google, using your PPS student username and password. Once you are logged in, click on the Events tab on the left side menu.
We strongly encourage you to sign up for visits in advance. Students must RSVP to virtual visits in order to access the virtual meeting link and meeting details. Here is a quick guide showing you how to log in to MaiaLearning using your student account and how to sign up for visits.
All upcoming college visits will be listed in the Grant Weekly Bulletin, in the College & Career Center, on the College & Career Center Instagram, and on the screens by the auditorium.
Upcoming College Visits:
During the strike, there will be no in-person visit. Visits will either be switched to virtual or rescheduled for a future date. The most updated list of visits is in MaiaLearning, where students can view and register for all upcoming college visits: Under Events. Any students planning to attend a lunchtime or virtual visit need to RSVP in MaiaLearning -> Events -> Actions -> Attend.
College Admissions Representatives:
We have limited availability and space for college visits at Grant High School. We will do our best to accommodate requests, but there is no guarantee that we will be able to schedule a college visit.
PPS College Rep. Visits Guidance for the 2023-2024 School Year
Historically, college visits are scheduled individually by college representatives based upon their own discretion. We recognize this practice creates barriers to access if a student happens to attend a school the college rep. is not familiar with or typically does not receive applications from.
Requirement to schedule in-person college visits at PPS Priority High Schools
As a district, we are committed to disrupting patterns of inequities around access and opportunities for our historically underserved students and school communities we serve. College coordinators have collectively decided to require all college reps. to offer a minimum of one in-person visit at one of our priority High Schools, which includes Roosevelt, Franklin, Jefferson, and McDaniel prior to scheduling an in-person visit at their regular rotation of high schools.
All college reps. should be prepared to share evidence of having scheduled a college visit to at least one of our Priority High Schools.
Required discussion around Mental Health supports available to students
Additionally, in PPS we have systems in place to support students’ social and emotional well-being, mental health, and academic success and to help them to feel safe during high school. But that support system shifts when they leave us, particularly during the critical transition to their post-secondary lives, college, and careers. We ask all postsecondary representatives (college admission, military recruiters, etc.) who visit with our students to include the following in your presentations or conversations with prospective students during your visit:
Counseling, mental health, and wellness services provided to students in your campus/institution (including mediation, crisis management, referral, community outreach, etc.)
Support systems and contact information
Any other materials regarding health and mental health you feel is necessary or useful to students and families
College coordinators will be the point of contact for scheduling visits at their school. College coordinators will direct college reps to schedule their visit using the established process in Maia Learning as outlined below:
Maia Learning Instructions for College Reps. requesting a rep. visit
Universities can schedule school visits with MaiaLearning schools through the MaiaVisits feature.
Step 1: Sign up for your university with Maia Learning here.
Step 2: Once you have established an account with MaiaLearning you are able to schedule visits. Click on Schedule College Visit.
Step 3: Please follow the district protocols above and schedule at least one visit at one of our priority High Schools: Roosevelt, Franklin, Jefferson, and McDaniel.
If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Marquita Guzman email@example.com, Program Administrator, Student Success and Health.