Nearly 1,000 Tulsa students have a lot to think about after they spent Monday learning about their options after high school.
More than 50 college recruiters attended the "Go to College" fair.
Organizers said they also want students to consider tech school, the military and joining the work force.
"What's most important is we want them to just think. Think about what they're going to do, think about what their aptitude, their skill, their potential is. And then really seek it by going through and meeting with as many people as they can that might help fulfill that dream," said Kuma Roberts of the Tulsa Regional Chamber.
They said this is also a great way for kids to learn about financial aid options and practice for college admission interviews.