Frequently Asked Questions
Questions? Contact us:
Mail to: Project Success, Attn: College Tours, One Groveland Terrace, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Si necesita ayuda en español o si tiene algunas preguntas, contacte a firstname.lastname@example.org o 612-874-7710
Who can attend?
For all day tours, all students grades 9-12 from Edison, FAIR, Longfellow, North, Patrick Henry, Roosevelt, South, Southwest, Washburn, Wellstone, and MPS online can attend. Overnight tours are limited to grades 11-12.
Does the tour cost anything?
Day-long Career & College Tours are provided at no cost to students. For tours where timing overlaps with lunch or dinner, we provide meals and snacks!
There is a fee charged to students for overnight tours. Project Success offers need-based reduced trip fees for the cost of overnight tours.
I don’t have a car! How do I get to Project Success?
All tours start and end at the Project Success office located at One Groveland Terrace, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55403. Please arrange transportation to and from the Project Success office. Click the link below to see common routes to Project Success via bus, light rail, and car. If you need a bus pass, please email or call us. There is free street parking near Project Success and a ramp at the Walker. Project Success also provides free shuttle buses to/from Project Success pre and post college tours near North High School, South High School, and in the Cedar Riverside area.
Project Success is dedicated to making these tours accessible. If you need assistance with transportation to our office – please call or email us. Additionally, on the online application, please select “Yes” by the “Do you need transportation assistance for this tour?” Please check your phone for voice messages, emails, or texts, as arranging transportation requires follow up confirmation.
If you have concerns or questions about transportation please call us at 612-874-7710 or email email@example.com as soon as possible.
Directions to Project Success & Shuttle Bus Information
What should I bring on the tour?
We recommend wearing a good pair of shoes as there will be a lot of walking on campus. Check the weather a day or so beforehand and dress for the weather as we will be outside frequently – even in winter! Some students bring water bottles or a small bag with a notebook and pencil to write notes with. Also, before attending in the morning – we highly recommend eating breakfast!
What if I have access needs?
Project Success is dedicated to making these tours accessible. If you have a question or need – please let us know by calling or emailing us as we are hear to support you!
Will there be a Chicago College Tour this spring?
The Chicago College Tour will not be offered Spring 2023, due to current COVID restrictions and conditions at the Chicago institutions. Most colleges and universities offer virtual tours on their websites. Check out our Admissions Chats with six Chicago colleges/universities to get admissions information and student perspectives!
How are you able to provide this programming?
Our programming, transportation, and food are provided in thanks to our generous donors.