I'm writing to let you know that we are hosting Chico Preview Day, our very popular campus open house, Saturday, November 2. Nearly 1,500 guests attend this event each year, and students and families frequently tell us it was the best event they've attended in California.
Guests will have the ability to:
- Tour campus and the residence halls
- Meet with representatives from academic departments
- Obtain information about student services and the Honors Program
- Participate in workshops on financial aid and scholarships
For your convenience, a downloadable flyer is available by clicking the button below. Please let students know that registration is now OPEN on our Preview Day page: https://www.csuchico.edu/
Nestled in the core of a true "college town," Chico State is a great place to live, learn, and excel. Prospective students see firsthand why Chico State alumni leave here knowing they had a complete college experience, and will also learn why our campus has been ranked as a "Best Value College" by Money Magazine.
Please feel free to contact us at 800-542-4426 should you have any questions.
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Now open for Fall 2020 !
Cal State Monterey Bay is here to offer you an extraordinary opportunity! Featuring a campus located 1 mile from the ocean, CSUMB is the college of choice for expanding your horizon both academically and regionally. Our campus offers 24 Undergraduate Majors & Concentrations and 38 minors; granting plenty of opportunity to discover your passion. Do not miss out, apply today!
What will your time at CSUMB mean to you? The first step is applying. We are looking for students just like you to join our university. The only question is, what are you waiting for? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org today with any questions regarding the Admissions process.
Let's Get Social
We invite your students to apply for the Junior Scholars Program. The Junior Scholars Program is all-expenses-paid, including travel. Students admitted to the program visit between February 18 and March 19.
The application is live on our website and is due Monday, January 27. We invite you to share this opportunity with any students you think are a good match for our program.
Students who apply for the Junior Scholars Program are juniors in high school (class of 2021), live in the United States, and from an underrepresented racial or ethnic background.
The Junior Scholars Program welcomes highly qualified students to:
- stay on campus in a residence hall;
- visit classes in any of our majors and programs;
- attend a Reed information session and tour;
- engage with faculty, staff, and current Reed students.
Please contact our program coordinator, Lilia Cohen, at email@example.com or 503-777-7511 with any questions you have regarding the program
On Sunday, November 3, through Monday, November 4, Trinity College will host Preview Weekend!
Preview Weekend is an overnight program for seniors in high school that focuses on the first-generation, international, and student-of-color experience. Financial assistance is also available for transportation to and from Trinity College.
During the program, students will have the opportunity to:
Attend campus events and learn about student life!Observe classes and meet with faculty and student leaders!Connect with members of the Admissions Team!
To apply, students must submit the following documents by Friday, October 4, 2019:
- Preview Weekend 2019 application
- Copy of current high school transcript
- Counselor letter of recommendation and high school profile
- OPTIONAL: Self-reported SAT or ACT scores
Please contact the Admissions Office at admissions.office@trincoll.
edu or 860-297-2180 with any questions.
Courtney Roach ’16
Senior Assistant Director of Admissions
Hartford, CT 06106
Your students are invited!
Do you have students who would benefit from attending one of the following sessions in the Los Angeles area? Invite them to join us! Family members are welcome. Both events will take place at:
Syracuse University / Los Angeles
4312 Woodman Avenue
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
Syracuse University Information Session for International Students
Wednesday, November 13
7 - 8:30 p.m.
This program will include information on academics, campus life, cultural opportunities and support for international students at the University. We'll also cover admissions requirements specific to international students.
Syracuse University Information Session in Spanish
Thursday, November 14
7 - 8:30 p.m.
This program will include information on academics, campus life, and cultural opportunities and resources. This session will be conducted in Spanish.
Director of Global Partnerships
Office of Admissions
Office of Admissions - Southern California
We believe that students who have sustained academic excellence should be rewarded for their success, which is why we offer so many scholarships for our admitted students.
Applicants who apply as first-year students by our published application deadlines are automatically considered for our Merit Scholarships (which range from $21,000 to $40,000). Students may also apply for our special-interest scholarships, some of which can even be combined with merit awards. Below is a look at what we offer. (Yes, it’s a long list, but that’s a good thing, right?)
- Abele Scholars are high-achieving students who reside in PA, DE, NJ or MD and have demonstrated financial need. They receive $10,000/year and additional financial and programmatic support during their four years at Ursinus.
- The Creative Writing Award* is given to a creative writer of outstanding originality and potential. The award winner will receive $40,000/year and have the honor of living in the dorm room once occupied by J.D. Salinger, who attended Ursinus.
- Parlee Fellows are five incoming students who work with our Parlee Center to prepare for leadership positions in science and the public sphere. Fellows receive $8,000/year.
- Performing Arts Scholarships in theater, music and dance* are awarded to outstanding students with ability, commitment and leadership potential. Each award is $40,000/year.
- The Rev. Charles Rice Memorial Scholarship* is a $35,000/year award for high-achieving applicants who have meaningfully impacted issues of diversity and inclusion in their schools and/or communities.
- Service Leadership Scholars are Bonner Leaders ($5,000/year) and Scholars in Service ($2,500/year) who continue their commitment to the common good.
- Smith Quest Scholars can explore their faith more deeply as they grow in their professional and academic interests. They receive $7,500/year.
- Social Justice Scholars are awarded $8,000/year and possess a fervent desire to better the world around them.
- U-Imagine Ambassadors of our U-Imagine Center for Integrative and Entrepreneurial Studies receive $8,000/year.
- U-Lead Scholars are awarded $8,000/year. They are expected to individually move into leadership positions across campus and then come together as a group to work towards larger, institution-wide change.
- Ursinus Science Scholars are highly motivated students with significant financial need who plan to major in biology, biochemistry & molecular biology, or neuroscience. They receive up to $8,000/year.
For more information on which scholarships can be combined and which are stand-alone, as well as application and deadline information, visit our website. If you have any questions, please call our office at (610) 409-3200.
Visiting the Homewood campus is a great way to get a feel for Johns Hopkins, we know that's not always possible. Our admissions counselors offer presentations and programs across the country and around the globe in fall, spring, and summer.
On The Road Information Sessions - Click on the Map
Since 1998, CTCL has offered a national series of information sessions and college fairs for students, parents, and college counselors. Each session begins with an enlightening 30-minute presentation on today’s college search process, which is followed immediately by a college fair that lasts for approximately 1.5 hours
Join Brown, Chicago, Columbia, Cornell and Rice for an information session for prospective students and their families. Sessions include a brief overview of each institution, information on admissions and financial aid, and a chance to speak informally with admissions representatives. You must register to attend. We look forward to meeting you around the country this spring!
Interactive MapClick on the map to view the list of upcoming events in that state. States that contain Fall 2016 events are shown in green. States in gray demonstrate where we have hosted events in the past year.
Exploring College Options is a special recruitment program sponsored by the undergraduate admissions offices of five of the country's leading universities: Duke University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Stanford University. During the spring or fall of each year, the Exploring College Options group will visit all 50 states, Puerto Rico, USVI and the District of Columbia. At each event, representatives from the five universities what you can do to enhance your college application. You will learn what distinguishes one fine university from another, what competitive colleges look for in the selection process, and what you can do to enhance your college application.
Exploring Harvard, Princeton, the University of Virginia, Wellesley, and Yale would like to spend some time with you in your own backyard.You know our names, but find out more at our evening programs this fall. Don’t miss your opportunity to hear admissions officers from all five schools discuss the variety of opportunities one can find at our institutions. Learn about scholarships and our generous need-based financial aid offerings.University Travel Grant ProgramsThe Trustee Opportunity Travel Grant provides funds for prospective high school seniors to experience Kenyon first-hand. Travel grant recipients may choose from several different visit options and dates to visit campus.The Trustee Opportunity Travel Grant is designed to support academically talented high school seniors who come from historically underrepresented backgrounds, including African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, and first-generation students.* This grant is available to U.S citizens, permanent U.S. residents, and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).
Admissions Updates Choose Vermont Scholarship! We’re excited to announce that we’re a part of the 2020 Choose Vermont Scholarship Program! This program will award twelve (12) $5,000 scholarships to students who commit to attend a participating Vermont school by June 1st. Both out-of-state and Vermont students are eligible to enter. For full details and to enter, click here. Vermont Genetics Network helps enable STEM research at Norwich
"Norwich University’s partnership with VGN for over 15 years has provided our students with cutting edge research experiences students may not get at other institutions,” Dr. Darlene Olsen, Norwich’s Vermont Genetics Network coordinator, said. “These opportunities are open to all NU students that are motivated and interested in scientific research."
Learn More We're #1!
Our men’s hockey is ranked No. 1 in the nation for the 2nd week in a row and 5th time this year! Men's hockey is one of 20 varsity sports Norwich offers at the NCAA Division III level. Also over the weekend, our men's swimming and diving team won their 3rd straight team title, while women’s hockey’s Amanda Conway continues to rewrite the record books and scored her program record 104th career goal, which ranks 4th all-time in NCAA DIII history!
Read More Summer Design Academy for High School Students
(July 12, 2020 - July 18, 2020)
Do you know a creative-minded artist looking to apply their skills towards a career in architecture? Then have them apply to our Summer Design Academy! The Architecture + Art Summer Design Academy is a week-long summer program for high school students that offers:
- sketching and drafting
- model building
- seminars & guest lecturers
- hands on workshops
- field trips
Pepperdine Summer Preview (PSP)The Pepperdine Summer Preview (PSP) program is a three-day pre-orientation experience organized by the Office of Admission for a select group of admitted first-generation students. Staying in a residence hall with a cohort of other first-generation students, participants meet with various departments on campus, learn about available resources, and acclimate early to the Pepperdine community.