The University of Dayton, Wright State University, Kettering College, Ohio University, Miami (Ohio) University, the University of Cincinnati, Ohio Army National Guard and many more schools from around the country signed up to attend.
"Fifth Third is committed to growing the financial knowledge of families and students as they make decisions about their future," said Doug Compton, city executive for the bank.
"It is important that we play a role in providing information that will help them successfully navigate their options regarding college,” he said. “We are honored to provide a scholarship to a student who has made the decision to continue their education and we are dedicated to continue participating in events like college prep night that make a long-lasting, positive difference in the communities that we serve."
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Students and their families also were able to participate in workshops on everything they need to know about college.
One of the seminars featured Fifth Third Bank officials, who discussed choosing the right college savings, part of a 13-program series called Empower U.