Monthly Archives: May 2015

Bridging Access to Smith: August 6-7

Smith College is inviting CACNY to learn more about Smith through our Bridging Access to Smith program August 6-7th.  Transportation, meals and lodging will be provided for all attendees.   Space is limited and preference is given to CBO directors … Continue reading

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3 Key Findings About College Admissions

From the Chronicle of Higher Education: If your vice president for enrollment looks haggard these days, maybe it’s because the percentage of accepted applicants who enroll keeps going down, complicating those all-important revenue projections. Or maybe she’s scrambling to attract … Continue reading

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Wealth Gap Between Richest Colleges and Others Is Expected to Grow

From the Chronicle of Higher Education: The nation’s 40 wealthiest universities are getting richer, and their endowments are growing at a faster rate than those of other institutions, The Wall Street Journal says. Read the full story here.

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Get Your Students’ Questions Answered

Students are often intimidated by the idea of talking with college reps, yet they need to overcome this challenge to make a good impression when applying for schools. Use High School Connect to help students get over this hurdle. High … Continue reading

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NACAC College Openings 2015

More than 220 colleges and universities still have openings, aid and housing available to qualified freshman and/or transfer students for the Fall 2015 semester, according to the  National Association for College Admission Counseling’s (NACAC’s) annual College Openings Update (formerly the … Continue reading

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New allegations of an SAT security breach, this time on a U.S. test

From the Washington Post: SAT cheating investigations this school year have centered in Asia, where student scores have been withheld in October, November, December and January. Now there’s a new facet to the scandal: Along with allegations of cheating in … Continue reading

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Free College Essay Writing Workshop: Next Thursday, May 28

The College Directions Program at the Riverdale Neighborhood House is offering a FREE College Essay Writing Workshop.  It is on Thursday May 28th at 5pm.  An English teacher from Fieldston Ethical Culture will be helping students start their college essays.   … Continue reading

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