Scholar's MRSM Confirmation of Attendance-

must be completed at the end of the meeting/webinar in order to receive credit for attending - link is only available at the end of each meeting/webinar and should be completed before leaving the meeting or signing off of the webinar



Crosby Scholars Class of 2020, you're almost at the finish line! Attending one Mandatory Rising Senior Meeting (MRSM) or participating in one Mandatory Rising Senior Webinar (MRSW) is your final Junior Program requirement before you transition to the Senior Program.

Meeting/Webinar Dates for the Class of 2020: 
Will be announced in the Spring semester

As registration is required, you must log in to your Crosby Scholars Student Portal to register. You will order your FREE Crosby Scholars Senior Tee-Shirt as part of the registration process for this meeting/webinar. 

We believe parents play a critical role in the path that students take to pursue a college education. So, we strongly encourage parents to attend a meeting or to participate in a webinar with their scholar. 

During this meeting or webinar you will learn about:

  • Crosby Scholars Senior Program requirements,  
  • how Crosby Scholars staff members work with you throughout the college admissions and financial aid processes, and finally, through making your BIG college enrollment decision
  • the Crosby Scholars Senior Advisor Program in detail, so you can make an educated decision when choosing your Senior Advisor. 

Each meeting is held at the Goodwill Industries Building, 2701 University Parkway in W-S with the exception of the webinars. Each online webinar requires internet access and can be viewed from your computer at home. 

Each high school junior must complete all Junior Program requirements to be eligible for membership in the Senior Program. The Crosby Scholars Program does not accept new applications to join or rejoin the Program during the senior year.

Spring into next year's community service requirement! Submit your 2018-2019 community service form at a MRSM. 

Click below to access the program in your area

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