Because many counselors requested an earlier printing of our Preparing for College brochures, we sped up our process. The brochures for 2017-18 have been mailed to schools that have students in grades 6-9. You may request additional brochures in English or Spanish by emailing our office at email@example.com.
Our office hosted a webinar for counselors last month about the issues facing homeless students and students who are aging out of foster care. Our speaker was Greta Munns, the Outreach Specialist for Fostering Success at UW-Stout, which is part of the Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute. She has been empowering foster youth on the state and […]
Last week, the New York Times published an article called “Skipping the College Tour” that is counter intuitive to what our office has been advocating. However, I must admit that it is an interesting concept and it has staff in our office talking. The article indicates that while we believe we are good at making […]
Our specialty is not leaping tall buildings. It is listening–and when we can, reacting to your requests. Many of you called and asked about extending our spring texting campaign for juniors. While it can’t go on forever, we made some swift moves so that juniors may continue to join through April 30.
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.