ISLAMABAD: The Roots Millennium Schools (RMS) flagship Millennium Campus, Islamabad in collaboration with the United States Education Foundation Programme (USEFP) organised the visit of 26 universities from the US on Wednesday. The universities included the University of La Verne, the University of Iowa, St Cloud State University, California State University, Hiram College, DePaul University, Augustana College, State University of New York Plattsburgh, Wabash College, Southern New Hampshire University, Winona State University, Kansas State University, Valparaiso University, Western New England University, Creighton University, Colorado State University, Minerva Schools at KGI, University of South Dakota, SUNY at Buffalo, Northern Kentucky University, Pima Community College, Berkeley College, University of Bridgeport, Stony Brook University and Merrimack College. The representatives interacted and briefed the millennials about the global opportunities and scholarships within their respective institutions. RMS is a global school/college committed to meeting the needs and ambitions of a diverse range of students by providing challenging academic programmes underpinned by innovative research, scholarship and professional practice. Here, students are taught to dream, to aspire for heights of excellence and build their lives on the belief, “Sharing is the essence of human relationship.” RMS teaches the essential values of humanity and these dreams turn into reality when millennials break all world records and score top positions in the world in all national and international examinations, receive admission offers in the top national and international universities with full scholarship in the disciplines of engineering and technology, social sciences and arts programmes at world top universities including Ivy Leagues as well as top USA and UK institutions. The student session with the university representatives was highly informative and productive. The representatives of the universities addressed queries of students and shared the details of higher education opportunities in the US. This was followed by an interactive session in which the students and the counselors posed very pertinent questions regarding studying in the US, scholarship opportunities, cultural difference, US student visa and environment in American universities. Mementos and souvenirs were presented to the representatives of all universities as a token of appreciation for attending and sharing such brilliant opportunities with the student body. Published in Daily Times, March 1st 2018.