Monthly Archives: October 2014

SUNY Cortland Counselor Breakfast, Nov. 5

We would like to invite you to join us for breakfast! SUNY Cortland will be having an informational breakfast in New York City for school counselors at the SUNY Center for Student Recruitment.  We will be presenting on all areas … Continue reading

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HESC School Counselor Workshop, NYC Dec. 5 & 12

There is time to register for the HESC School Counselor Workshop in your area.  Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the financial aid process and updates to assist your students with the financial aid process. The free half day … Continue reading

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November Counselor Workshops from CACNY

At this time of the year we are all scrambling to help our students find the best future opportunities for themselves. The two upcoming events below will help you do that. November 13th: Writing Recommendation letters Hear from admissions on … Continue reading

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Predicting Where Students Go

From Inside Higher Ed: A trio of senior college enrollment officials gave a peek into how they decide which students to recruit. The process now involves number-crunching students’ demographic and economic information — not just sending chipper ambassadors to every … Continue reading

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Community College Students Face a Very Long Road to Graduation

From the New York Times: On a Friday afternoon last spring, Dennis D’Amelio, an artist and teacher in late middle age was presiding over a class in color theory at LaGuardia Community College, whose location in the immigrant hub of … Continue reading

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Send in your comments to U.S. DOE about FAFSA college lists

The US Department of Education recently announced that it is accepting comments from the public about how to improve the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process.  Some NACAC members have been concerned that some colleges use the list … Continue reading

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Top Colleges That Enroll Rich, Middle Class and Poor

From The New York Times: A new index measures which colleges have the most economically diverse student bodies — and charge the least to lower-income students. Check out the list here.

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