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Colleges That Change Lives Panel Tuesday March 6, 2018

Join Juniata College, Kalamazoo College, Lynchburg College, and Goucher College for a Colleges That Change Lives (CTCL) Panel for current High School sophomores and juniors. Wardlaw-Hartridge School 1295 Inman Ave, Edison, NJ 08820 Tuesday, March 6 Registration: 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. College

Can I Still Transfer for the Fall 2018 Semester?

The answer is “yes,” but deadlines are rapidly approaching, or may have even expired for some institutions. For many students, transferring will be  similar to the experience they had as a freshman applicant. The application process can be time consuming, confusing and quite simp

Nova Southeastern University’s Program for Students with Autism

Onpoint Prep recently visited Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and learned about the school’s great programs including the Access Plus Program for college students with Autism. This program is ground breaking and provides great support for a nominal fee. Access Plus

Our advice for the College Essay and how to tackle the dreaded “Topic- of- your choice” Essay.

*Keep the number of advisors on your essay to a minimum. Too many advisory voices will lead to confusion not clarity. Each reader will bring a personal perspective and every time you add advisor, you add an additional opinion. Keep the process simple and streamlined. *Do not put the name of t

University of the Sciences lowers tuition by 37%

University of the Sciences announced a plan to roll back its tuition sticker price by 37 percent next year in a bid to appeal to a wider swath of applicants. Freshmen in fall 2018 will pay tuition and fees of $25,000, down from $39,994 this year. As with other tuition resets, the university a

COLLEGE NIGHT 2017 AT SCOTCH PLAINS – FANWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 7:00PM Over 100 Colleges and Universities Link for more information: https://www.spfk12.org/cms/lib/NJ01001501/Centricity/Domain/105/2017%20CN%20Attendees.pdf

Drew University is Cutting Tuition by 20 Percent.

Tuition at Drew University in Madison will drop from $48,336 to $38,668, effectively matching 2010 pricing. With room and board included, the total cost of attendance will be $52,776. University president MaryAnn Baenninger says the tuition cuts will open the door for families “who thou

Carnegie Mellon, University of Chicago and Penn State University Schedule Fall 2017 Information Sessions in Princeton, NJ.

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Carnegie Mellon’s information session is offered in various cities throughout the country in early summer and fall. The session offers an experiential look at the university through student and faculty stories. During the hour-long session, you’ll learn more about our colleges and pro

The Common Application Announces 2017-2018 Essay Prompts

We are pleased to share the 2017-2018 Common Application essay prompts with you. The changes you see below reflect the feedback of 108 Common App member colleges and more than 5,000 other Common App constituents, as well as consultation with our advisory committees and Board of Directors. Stu

Should I take the new August SAT Test? Do you offer summer classes or tutoring?

The College Board announced that the new SAT 2017-8 Test Dates would include a test in August 2017. Many students have questioned why the Board does not offer a test during the summer and finally, the date has arrived. But is taking the SAT at the end of a long, hot summer the best idea &hell