Last August’s webinars for rising seniors were so popular that we are holding them again! App in a Snap is the name for our webinars that teach students (and those who help them apply) how to submit their applications easily. We will go through common bumps that students typically have with the application process, and […]
The IRS Data Retrieval Tool on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be down for the next few months. It was turned off following concerns that its data could be used by identity thieves to file fraudulent tax returns. The tool is expected to be back online in fall 2017, after extra […]
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.
Last week, the largest-ever survey of basic needs security among community college students was released by the Wisconsin Hope Lab. Respondents included 33,000 students at 70 community colleges in 24 states throughout the country. The researchers estimate that 33% of students are hungry and 14% are homeless.
We know that some of your students already have the itch for international study, and with good reason! Studying abroad allows students to: Hone foreign language skills (but there are plenty of study abroad opportunities that don’t require knowing a different language!) Gain knowledge of another culture Develop self-confidence and independence Enroll in college courses […]