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What topics will be most helpful for your students to learn about during the virtual sessions?Topics:
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Timeline for college admissions, financial aid processesNavigating the Common App
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Admission requirements, tuition and the application processNavigating the Coalition Application
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admissions process, grade requirements, how you are handling sat, act and AP scoresDefining Test-Optional
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Guaranteed Admission Agreements, Dabney Promise Scholarship, College ProgramsFilling Out the FAFSA
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What colleges look for! What students can do in high school to prepare for high school Advantages of Community Colleges
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Financial Aid and ScholarshipsHistorically Black Colleges and Universities: An Overview
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financial aid, programs availableTransferring: When the First Fit Isn't the Right Fit
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Transfer and application processWriting Essays
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Transferring/GAASearching for Scholarships
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Programs and ScholarshipsAdmissions Timeline: 10th Grade
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Programs Of Study, Tuition Cost, Financial Aid, Career Services, Support ServicesAdmissions Timeline: 11th Grade
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College Application Process, Scholarship Opportunities, The FAFSA ProcessAdmissions Timeline: 12th Grade
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cost, admissions policy and requirements, scholarship availabilityMock Application Review
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Financial Aid, Scholarships, ApplicationsDispelling Application and Admissions Myths
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Transfer Credits/equivalencies, estimated date of in person instruction, financing- scholarships and the importance of a timely FAFSA Sharing Identities on College Applications
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N/ACOVID-19: Impacts on College Admissions
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Admission requirements, tuition/financial aid info, campus event and tour informationHealth and Wellness On-Campus
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Post-secondary options (colleges/training schools), financial aid, writing college essays, completing applications
How to Navigate the College Application Process as a First-Generation College Student
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Application process, dates/deadlines, general college information How to Maximize a Virtual Visit
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Transfer advising, admission requirements, dates/deadlines, scholarship opportunitiesROTC Opportunities
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College Admission Process and Financial AidNavigating a College Website
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Changes in admission requirements, how only taking the SAT once or not at all will affect decisions
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Individual school info, deadlines, scholarship opportunities
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Requirements for students when applying (high school to college) as well as transfer options (community college for four-year)
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Admissions/application information, information regarding individual college open houses (even virtual open houses), information about the college (i.e. size, majors, etc.)
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scholarships, financial aid, application process,
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Careers
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Application process, financial assistance
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College planning
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SAT testing, choosing a college, virtual tours
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Admissions process, SAT/ACT, selection committees' process, military academies admissions process, distance education options, studying abroad, financial aid, scholarships, admissions process for undocumented students.
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How colleges are going to look at applications, how they are changing what is required.
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Transfer options, Available Programs, Tuition and Tuition Assistance, Social Life
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Online platform for classes, what do you look for to see from the senior year of high school, scholarships, deadlines, AP/DE classes transferring.
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Transfer options, financial aid/partnership programs
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In addition to the normal information that college recruiters provide: how each college is returning to learning in the Fall (in-person, virtual, hybrid, shortened semesters, etc.) scholarship and financial aid opportunities, college admissions processes and look for's, essay writing tips and tricks, counseling and mental health services and supports, access to accommodations, LBGTQ and gender equality policies and practices, etc.
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I would say just to generally address concerns related to the uncertainty surround COVID and the lack of SAT/ACT testing. Also, anything related to sports recruiting in the absence of actual seasons of competition (for spring 2020 and fall 2020 sports especially)
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Everything they would ask a representative in person
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Campus life, financial aid, academic programs, mental health at your school, internships available, faculty student relations, requirements for admission.
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