Monthly Archives: March 2012

New FAFSA Tool for Counselors

 This is an easy, fast tool to tell you how many students in your senior class have completed the FAFSA.  I had an unfortunate shock when I used it to look up my schoool… As we are in the midst … Continue reading

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Hispanic Scholarship Fund @ High School for Health Professions & Human Services, April 21, 2012

Please click here to view a flier for the Steps for Success event on Saturday, April 21, 2012 hosted by HS for Health Professions in collaboration with Liberty Partnerships Program.  The event is free and open to the community.  Breakfast … Continue reading

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New SAT registration requirements for the 2012-2013 school year

Starting this Fall, students will need to upload a digital photo of themselves when registering for the SAT or SAT Subject Tests online.  The full press release that articulates the new registration and test day procedures is available via the … Continue reading

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6 Colleges Cutting Tuition

“While tuition bills continue to skyrocket, a small but growing number of private colleges and universities are bucking the trend and going on sale…” Check out the full article from SmartMoney here!  Do you know someone interested in one of … Continue reading

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Be sure to tell your graduating seniors about our 1st National CCAA Scholarship Award

New scholarship introduced if attending a Catholic college who is a member of The National Catholic College Admission Association… Greetings from The National Catholic College Admission Association (The National CCAA).  I am writing with a brief, yet very important announcement: … Continue reading

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NACAC New York City College Fair

Learning Leaders College Planning Volunteers and College Advisors, It is that time again when we are recruiting volunteers for the NACAC National College Fair’s One to One College Advising Center.  This year’s fair is held on Sunday, April 22nd  from 11:00 … Continue reading

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The Chronicle: Colleges Offer 4-Year Graduation Guarantees, but Students Show Little Interest

“Starting next fall, the University at Buffalo will challenge students to reach an important yet elusive goal: graduate with a degree in four years…”  – read the whole article here!

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