Monthly Archives: January 2015

Making “mistakes” on the FAFSA

From NYC CollegeLine: Boys and girls, planning is good. Lying is bad. Once folks have access to the right information, choosing to misrepresent their household, income, or assets puts them on a slippery slope. In my experience, people often get … Continue reading

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YMCA NYC’s Spring FAFSA Completion Events Starting Soon!

With the support of HESC the YMCA will be hosting 25+ FAFSA completion events throughout the city. All the events are open to the public and many are hosted at our branches. We also are providing metrocards to families so … Continue reading

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CollegeWeekLive Financial Aid Online Event TOMORROW, Jan. 15

If you’re like most high school counselors, you’re inundated with questions from students and parents about college tuition. That’s why we hope you’ll invite your students and their families to join us for Paying for College. This free online event … Continue reading

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College Board Online Counselor Workshop Series Begins January 15

As you begin the second half of the academic year, please bookmark and set reminders about the College Board Online Counselor Workshop Series. This online workshop series offer free and valuable information, resources, and best practices on a number of … Continue reading

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CUNY Office of Policy Research Seminar Series Begins January 20

The next seminar in the CUNY Office of Policy Research’s Higher Education Policy Seminar Series features Michael Kofoed (United States Military Academy, West Point): Tuesday, January 20, at Noon Michael Kofoed (United States Military Academy, West Point) To Apply or Not to … Continue reading

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A Look at 2014’s Most-Viewed Posts in College Bound

From Education Week: When I think about what created a buzz around high school-to-college-and-career issues this year, broader access and earlier readiness come to mind. Read the full article here.

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Lawrence University is Coming to NYC

If you are working with students for whom you think Lawrence would be a good fit, we would welcome the opportunity to meet with them for a brief interview. You (and your students) can find more details and schedule an … Continue reading

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