The triangle area regional admissions recruiters group, R3NC, is partnering with the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) to host a virtual FAFSA and Financial Aid workshop on Thursday, December 17 at 4:00pm. We hope you’ll be able to share this with your current seniors as we know the FAFSA national completion rate is down this year. See flyer below.
R3NC and the College Foundation of North Carolina FAFSA & Financial Aid Workshop Thursday, December 17 at 4:00pm www.bit.ly/r3ncworkshop
Paying for college doesn’t have to be overwhelming. If college is in your student’s future, you’ll want them to join this webinar during which we’ll show you and your students how to create a workable plan, that’s also responsible.
•Saving for college – it is never too late! •How to select a college and how much it will cost •FAFSA - what, why and how •Understanding a financial aid offer •How to find and apply for scholarships and grants – FREE $$$ •Education loan options •Free tools and resources to make the process easier
Space is limited, so please register early! Plus, check out the Paying for College Resource for more ways to help students and families pay for college, including helpful guides, free tools, and a video series.
Wake County Public Libraries is launching a new program designed to help teens make the move toward their next big thing.
“Level Up: To College and Beyond” is a series of free, virtual programs and workshops led by experts that dive into how to prep for college, trade school, certificate programs and more.
“Navigating next steps after high school can be challenging, especially today when everything is virtual,” said Ann Burlingame, deputy director of Wake County Public Libraries. “We hope this program will give teens and their parents the information, tools and confidence they need to move their education forward.”
WCPL is partnering with the Princeton Review, College Foundation of North Carolina and CollegeWise to present the program.
Examples of topics include:
FAFSA and Financial Aid Grants and Scholarships for College How to Write a Great College Essay SAT, ACT or Both The Art of the College Application
The series kicks off Tuesday, Sept. 8, with a session on Virtual Grants and Scholarships for College. The presentation will guide attendees through the process of looking for the right grant or scholarship for them. The program starts at 6 p.m. and will take place via Zoom.
More information on coming events and how to register is available here.
As you kick off the academic year, Davidson College is excited to share an opportunity for students to join our staff and colleagues from both sides of the desk for a workshop series designed to help support them in their college search and admission process.
Join the Davidson College Admission Staff and other admission professionals this fall for a workshops series to help prepare you for the college search and application process. These fall workshops will run throughout September and October. Sessions will cover topics ranging from essay writing to interview preparation to making the most of virtual college visits. All workshops are free but space is limited in some sessions. View the full schedule and register here. Questions? Email: email@example.com
ECU Academic Days
Academic Days are virtual events for prospective students that are hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in close collaboration with select individual academic departments. Each Academic Day includes a virtual information session of the featured academic area and an Undergraduate Admissions virtual info session and links to a virtual campus tour.
The following Academic Days are offered this fall:Army ROTC –Are you interested in Army ROTC? This morning session includes an information session by Army ROTC and virtual tours of ROTC and the rifle range as well as information from Undergraduate Admissions.
College of Business –At this virtual session you will learn about our business programs and degrees including: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Hospitality Management, and Entrepreneurship.
College of Education –Meet virtually with faculty and staff from the College of Education to learn about Educator Preparation programs. You will receive information about Education Scholarships, the Education Living-Learning Community, and have a chance to ask questions about the program or Undergraduate Admissions.
iTeachSpend an evening with ECU College of Education faculty, staff, and students and learn about our Educator Preparation programs, licensure options, and scholarships for Education majors. Prospective high school sophomores, juniors & seniors interested in Teacher Education programs at ECU are invited to this virtual event.
College of Engineering and Technology –Are you interested in one of the four CET departments: Computer Science, Construction Management, Engineering, and Technology Systems? This virtual experience will answer many of your questions and includes information from Undergraduate Admissions.
Honors College –Are you interested in the Honors College scholarship program? This live virtual experience includes information about the Honors College as well as information from Undergraduate Admissions.
Honors College Opportunities for Diverse Students This virtual experience for diverse students interested in the Honors College will include program information and an opportunity to ask questions with a panel of current Honors students, as well as information from Undergraduate Admissions.