Over 150 Schools To Participate In College Night

College Night soon outgrew that space and was moved to the Tucson Convention Center.

Tucson students and parents will have the chance to meet representatives from over 150 colleges and career training institutes at College Night on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m..

Representatives from four-year universities, community colleges and trade schools from 37 states and Mexico will be there to provide information about programs and answer questions.

Over the past 40 years the event was held at a local school. College Night soon outgrew that space and was moved to the Tucson Convention Center. College Night draws thousands of people from all over Southern Arizona and is one of the few events of its kind in the state to welcome all types of education institutions.

General Information:

Information for Students and Parents:

Information for College Representatives:

  • Tucson College Night draws from a diverse student population in southern Arizona. Students and parents from the entire Tucson Metropolitan area and neighboring Southern Arizona communities are invited to attend this event.
  • College Representative Registration Form (In PDF)
  • It is advised that you arrive no later than 5:30 PM in order to park, find your table and set up your information. Large groups of students and parents are waiting at the doors when they open at 6:30 PM. There are other events that take place at the TCC during Tucson College Night. All reps are advised to arrive early in order to avoid the possibility of having to wait in line to enter the parking area.
  • Tucson Convention Center parking and driving directions