Category Archives: In The News

It’s Not Too Late To Apply

For seniors who have not yet completed their application process or are not happy with their outcome, the National Association of College Admission Counseling’s College Openings Update provides a list of over 400 US colleges and universities with openings, financial … Continue reading

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ACT Acquires ACAC

ACT recently announced  the acquisition of the American College Application Campaign® (ACAC).  The American College Application Campaign is a nationwide initiative that encourages underserved students to pursue postsecondary educational opportunities. Leadership teams in 50 states plus the District of Columbia … Continue reading

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Counselors That Change Lives

Congratulations to the nine counselors selected by Colleges That Change Lives as their 2019 Counselors That Change Lives. School counselors provide the necessary support for college bound students to navigate the college admissions process and achieve their goals. Lade Akande, … Continue reading

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More Aid For College Students

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The Start Of A New School Year

Welcome back! The 2018/19 school year has begun. To our incoming freshman college class, we hope you take a look at Frank Bruni’s column in The New York Times: How to Get The Most Out of College. Bruni offers invaluable … Continue reading

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Sign Up For Free ACT Prep

ACT Academy is now open. Take advantage of this free resource. Practice, practice, practice to do your best on test day.  

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Will it Become Law that High School Students Apply to College?

As reported in USA Today, two New Mexico lawmakers are promoting their proposal to require high school juniors to either apply to at least one college or demonstrate they have made other post-graduation plans. The bill is being sponsored by … Continue reading

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