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College Advising Updates - April 27, 2020

26 April 2020

SENIORS

In the link below, you’ll find our college advising updates for this week with a variety of resources that you may find helpful as you finalize your college plans over the coming weeks and months. Last week, we shared with you an article from Rick Clark at Georgia Tech with tips on how to make your college decision when the opportunity to visit campus is unavailable. We’d like to reshare that article here - 10 Ways to Make Your College Decision without Visiting Campus - especially as the May deposit deadline approaches (or June for those colleges and universities that are extending the timeline).

 

Week of 4/27 College Advising Updates for Seniors - click the link to access; includes information about:

  • COVID-19 related FAQs for college admissions & financial aid

  • Spreadsheet with a list of colleges and their virtual campus  tour links

  • List of colleges accepting 2020 AP credits

  • Class of 2024 waitlist notification dates and stats

Be sure to also follow us on Twitter @NBCAO and Instagram @nbpscao for the latest news from our office.

 

JUNIORS

Our weekly college advising update for juniors is available below. Please read the latest edition, which includes important information about:

  • Upcoming virtual workshop series presented by the CAO 

  • Important announcements from the College Board and ACT, Inc. regarding SAT and ACT test dates

  • Links to upcoming virtual college fair events

  • Spreadsheet with a list of colleges and their virtual campus  tour links

  • Latest NACAC podcast: What Do College Rankings Really Mean?

 

Week of 4/27 College Advising Updates for Juniors

Last week, the Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Worcester, Massachusetts released a poignant open letter in the Washington Post for high school juniors concerned about the college admissions process in this general time of uncertainty. It is a great read and one that we encourage you to take a look at when you have a moment.

Be sure to also follow us on Twitter @NBCAO and Instagram @nbpscao for the latest news from our office.

 

FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been communicating with you to provide updates from the College Advising office focusing on changes in the higher education landscape as the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve. Our goal is to provide information that will allow your child to continue building an awareness of the ways to maintain a strong academic and extracurricular profile to the best of their ability, given the transition to online learning and limitations on involvement in the community. In the link below, you’ll find information on a variety of topics that may be helpful in facilitating meaningful conversations about college planning with your freshman or sophomore student.

 

Week of 4/27 College Advising Updates for Freshmen and Sophomores - click the link to access; includes information about:

  • College planning resources and tips for underclassmen

  • Virtual summer program and volunteer resources

  • Free SAT and ACT strategy sessions presented by Revolution Prep

  • Paying for college (explore RaiseMe micro-scholarships starting in 9th grade)

 

Be sure to also follow us on Twitter @NBCAO and Instagram @nbpscao for the latest news from our office.

 

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