Summer is a great time for high school students to explore colleges, academic interests, and career possibilities! We encourage students to plan ahead and make the most of their time this summer.
Families seeking federal aid for the 2018-2019 school year will be able to begin completing the FAFSA on October 1, 2017 (rather than January 1 2018).
There are three big reasons that college visits are worth the time and effort. First, high school students really don’t know what kind of college will fit them best until they set foot on a campus and get a feel for themselves. They won’t end up applying to their best fit schools if they don’t get a chance to try them on.
Last spring, LNACCC organized our first annual Case Studies Event, “A Mock College Admissions Workshop” where 400 students from nine participating high schools attended and participated in a case study event and college fair
Join the CCCT team for a book talk on Frank Bruni’s book, “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be.”
Seniors seem to be in a hurry this time of year. Early deadlines approach quickly once the school year begins, and even after submitting applications, many seniors will feel rushed to make their final decisions. Students often want to have everything decided as soon as possible, so they hurry through the process. To make sure…
Keep your hands inside the vehicle, fasten your seatbelt, and hang on tight! Senior year is not for the faint of heart.
Rising Seniors, don’t miss out on this summer’s College Application Bootcamp on August 1st and 2nd to get a good running start on your applications! Full details and registration info can be found at this College Application Bootcamp