Our office received word that starting this fall, the College Board will no longer collect, store, or disseminate Social Security numbers from students who take the following tests:
Our office is building on the tremendous success of our college preparation texting campaign from last academic year, and we are doing it again this spring. Your high school juniors may sign up to receive text messages that not only assist them with the transition to their senior year, but also get them thinking about […]
The College Board is making it easier to request accommodations for all of their exams, including the SAT and AP exams. As of January 1, 2017, students who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan can receive the same accommodations automatically approved for the College Board exams.
Last week, ACT put out a news release indicating that they will provide supports on the ACT test for US students who are learning English. Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, the goal is that ACT scores earned by English learners accurately reflect what they have learned. These are the types of supports that qualified […]
Undecided. Undeclared. Exploratory. Those are words the UW campuses use to describe a college student who has not yet determined a major. Earlier this spring, Dr. Angela Kellogg, former Director of Career Services and the Student Academic Advising Center at UW-Stevens Point, gave a webinar for high school counselors about undecided students, and the different […]