College Exposure—GO College students are given the opportunity to visit local and regional colleges and universities.
Workshops—GO College students attend informative workshops that focus on building the skills required to succeed in high school, college, and life.
Tutoring—Tutoring is provided Monday-Friday to all students at Strong Vincent High School. Tutors are current Gannon University students who specialize in a variety of areas.College and Financial Aid Assistance—GO College students are provided assistance with filling out college applications, crafting scholarship essays, registering for and taking both the ACT and SAT, completing the FAFSA, etc.
Mentoring and Service Learning—GO College students may mentor underclassmen, assist at school-related events, and volunteer at any Gannon University service learning event.
Summer Camps—Each July GO College offers a free two-week incoming freshman camp and a three-day incoming senior camp both hosted at Gannon University.Freshman Camp: The two-week intensive program held July 14-24 is designed to give students a jump start on their freshman year and help them become familiar with high school. Students will participate in workshops and activities Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Activities include field trips to area sites like the Tom Ridge Environmental Center and guest lectures by Gannon faculty. GO College will cover program expenses, including supplies, meals and transportation to and from activities. Transportation to and from Gannon is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.
Senior Camp: The three-day senior camp held July 28-31 will include workshops on financial aid, researching post-secondary institutions, and more. The culminating event will be a campus visit to a regional university. GO College will cover program expenses, including supplies, meals and transportation to and from activities. Transportation to and from Gannon is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.