Metro Tech's Juan Saenz Accepted During Early Decision to Colgate University in New York

Posted by Community Relations on 5/3/2016

Juan Saenz was accepted during early decision to Colgate University in New York. He is receiving a full –ride worth approximately $67,000 per year. A few weeks ago, Colgate paid for both Juan and his father to come out for an orientation. At that time, Juan met a few professors and has already secured a position working with one on programming/computer science. Kazandra Zelaya, Metro Tech’s valedictorian was accepted into the following schools: Wesleyan, Worchester Institute of Technology, Bowdoin, Mount Holyoke, Lehigh, Bryn Mawr, St. Mary’s, Smith, Claremont McKenna, and, of course, Ira Fulton School of Engineering at ASU. All are with free rides or close to it. After much deliberation and several college visits, Zelaya has decided to attend Claremont McKenna in Redwood City, California.


She also received a summer internship for T-Gen and Google. She could only choose one, and she accepted the Google internship in Seattle this summer.