Monthly Archives: March 2015

We support the New York State Dream Act Coalition!

Undocumented youth need your orgs help! I am asking that all people who work with youth, sign the below letter — we need ALL the support we can get to make sure that every undocumented youth have access to state financial … Continue reading

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Lehman College Specialized Information Sessions

These are great opportunities for students to check out Lehman college for specific interests.  Open to 9th-12th graders.  Please encourage students to register. Lehman College Spring 2015 Specialized Information Sessions Social Work Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Music Building, East Dining … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for the Redesigns

As you know, the redesigned PSAT/NMSQT® and SAT® are coming in fall 2015 and spring 2016, respectively. As part of the College Board’s commitment to communicate clearly about the redesigns, we’ve recently launched to help you and your students … Continue reading

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cIcu’s College Connections Newsletter

Attached is the newly released winter 2015 College Connections newsletter. College Connections is a free newsletter for counselors, students, and parents. This edition provides articles on FAFSA completion, summer programs at independent colleges and universities in New York State, resources about paying for college, … Continue reading

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Study reveals SAT thresholds may hinder future four-year success

From Inside Higher Ed: For those students on the cusp of meeting minimum SAT requirements to enter college, where they choose to enroll could determine their chance of eventually earning a bachelor’s degree. Researchers from the College Board and Harvard … Continue reading

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Save the Date for SUNY School Counselor Forum, May 8

Watch for more details here.

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Don’t Ask ‘What Can I Do With This Major?’

From the Huffington Post: A really smart student of mine who has been getting stellar grades in Economics was considering it as his major. But he wanted to know what he could do with it. I have had that question … Continue reading

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