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News from colleges or events that are going on!

  

Our high school services team is already on the road traveling to high schools and college fairs. We are looking forward to meeting your students and advising them as they submit applications, receive decisions and decide on their best fit. Don't forget that we're always available via email, webinar and in our Visitor Center.

Sincerely, Lisa Przekop, Director of Admissions


 

News and happenings at UC Santa Barbara:

  • The rankings are in--we are now the #5 public university in the nation! (U.S. News and World Report, 2019)
  • We welcomed two new members to our outreach team: Andrea Gallardo is our new Assistant Director for High School Services, and Sebastian Franco is our newest Freshman Admissions Counselor. Visit our brand new Meet our Staff page to see the whole team.
  • To find out when a UCSB representative will be coming to your high school, use the UCSB Travels tool. Feel free to share this with your students.
  • The Horizons Counselor Newsletter is here. Read the latest issue online for statistics on the new fall 2018 class. Find Horizons and other helpful counselor links on our newly redesigned Counselor page.
  • We created a helpful 9-part UC Application Tutorial webinar series. Please feel free to use this tool and share it with your students if they need help with any section in the application.
  • Do your students have questions about applying? They can register now to chat live with UCSB Admissions on October 17 from 11am-6pm PST on College Week Live. Visit our Webinars and Online Events page for the full list of upcoming live chats.

Sincerely,

High School Services Team
UCSB Office of Admissions
1210 Cheadle Hall | Santa Barbara, CA 93106-2014

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Your Admissions Updates 
 
Are your students ready?
Seniors will be busier than ever, and on top of everything, they've got to pick the right college to attend next fall. College applications can be time consuming so the earlier they get started, the better. Norwich University will begin reviewing applications soon. So, how do they get started?
  1. Research. Encourage students to do a little research online or with their high school counselor to find a few options that might be a good fit. Don't forget to connect with colleges over social media to get an inside look.  
  2. Apply. Submitting an application is only the first step,  make sure they’ve also sent in their high school transcript and remind them to be on the lookout for emails or calls from their admissions counselor about missing items. Let students know the FAFSA, which provides Federal financial aid to U.S. citizens, will become available on October 1st.
  3. Visit. Most importantly, student should visit their top choices in-person! Norwich University is located in Northfield, Vermont. The fall foliage season is one of the best times of year to visit! Students will learn more about the schools than they would have ever thought to ask.  They can also see if the schools offers a virtual tour before visiting to get an idea of what the campus is like.                                                      
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Special Event - NU Experience 
Norwich is hosting a special event for applicants on September 26th-27th and October 24th-25th. Participants will have the opportunity to stay the night in the barracks or dorms, take a campus tour and attend informational sessions. 

This is a valuable opportunity to meet faculty, staff, coaches! Norwich students are unique and the lifestyle of a Norwich civilian or cadet is different from any other school - this is a chance to get a taste of what it's like to be a student at the oldest private military college in the United States. View tentative schedule. 
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Big News: Mack Hall Opening and NSF Grant
Our newest academic building officially opened this semester - with brand new interactive classrooms, case-study spaces, a 400-seat auditorium and a state-of-the-art cyber security war room! The NSA and Department of Homeland Security have designated Norwich as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense and what better place for our students to learn? PLUS Norwich has recently received a $3.58 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of a "Scholarship for Service" program for students majoring in Computer Science and Information Assurance. 
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Fall Open House Events:
Unlike NU Experiences, which take place during the week, our Open House events are hosted on the following Saturdays
  • October 6th (stay overnight Friday, October 5th*)
  • November 10th (stay overnight Friday, October 9th*)
All interested high school students may register.

*Overnight opportunities are for high school seniors only and available on a first come, first serve basis.  

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University of Evansville
 
Counselor Connection - September 2018

It is officially fall on the UE campus! Our admission team is busy at work processing applications and traveling across the nation. Contact your admission rep to see if they will be close to you in the next few weeks. It is also a very eventful time in our admission office. The counselors that aren’t on the road are keeping busy with our junior and senior visitors. Recruiting our next class really keeps us on the move!

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UE Ranked Number 7 Best College in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report

The University of Evansville has been named seventh best college in the Midwest in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges rankings. UE has risen two spots in this year’s overall ranking and was again named as one of the top 10 value colleges in the Midwest.

The University was also recognized as one of the Most Innovative Schools in the Midwest for the first time. Top college officials from across the country made nominations for this list, selecting institutions known for making the most innovative improvements in curriculum, faculty, campus life, technology, or facilities.

In May 2018, UE was designated as a Changemaker Campus by Ashoka U for its role as a leader in social innovation and changemaking in higher education. UE is the first Changemaker Campus in Indiana.

The University was listed on several other U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges lists this year. UE’s Schroeder School of Business was named the number three best undergraduate business school in the nation among small private colleges, with its accounting and finance programs coming in at number one and number tworespectively in the same category.

The College of Engineering and Computer Science was named the number 25 best undergraduate engineering school in the nation among small private colleges with no doctorate.

The University was also recognized as the number six Best College for Veterans in the Midwest and a Top Midwest School for International Students and remains a Top 10 Best Value college.

“To be recognized nationally on so many levels speaks volumes about the great programs, great people, and great qualities of this University,” said Shane Davidson, vice president for enrollment and marketing at UE. “We are especially proud of making the most innovative list – innovation and changemaking are at the heart of the UE experience.”

The U.S. News & World Report rankings are designed to help prospective students and their families evaluate college choices. The Best Colleges rankings are available online at www.usnews.com/colleges and will be published in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2019 guidebook, on newsstands later this month.

The myStudentAid Mobile App is Now Available

Federal Student Aid is pleased to announce that students and parents may now download the myStudentAid app from both the Apple App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android). The myStudentAid mobile app will provide the following functionalities:

  • myFAFSA: complete the FAFSA safely and securely from your mobile device
  • Profile: edit/manage an FSA ID
  • myFederalLoans: view federal student loan and aid history
  • Studentaid.gov: access FSA’s signature source of information on student financial aid products, processes and services
  • Contact Us: contact information for FSA’s contact centers

Key features of myFAFSA

The myFAFSA component – which is used to complete the FAFSA form – is currently the myStudentAid app’s featured function. Customers are offered the following features in the initial beta release of myFAFSA:

  • The ability to begin, complete, and submit a new FAFSA form for the 2019-20 FAFSA processing cycle (beginning October 1);
  • A customized experience based on whether they are a student, parent, or preparer. myFAFSA provides both guidance and assistance on how to answer the FAFSA questions, making the overall process more positive, engaging, and user-friendly; and
  • A secure channel with the same data protections as completing the FAFSA form through fafsa.gov.

Making the FAFSA form accessible through a mobile device provides students and their parents with improved options for completing the form. myFAFSA’s ability to customize the experience based on a specific role also makes it easier for students and parents to understand and complete the form. In addition, students and parents will have the ability to complete the FAFSA form on any device that they prefer.

UE’s ACE³ Program Named Semifinalist in National Competition – UPDATE!

It was just announced that UE’s Old National Bank ACE³ Microloan program is now a Pioneer (Final 10 of 140) in Ashoka and BNY Mellon’s Unlocking ₵hange Challenge. They will now be invited to New York (date TBA) to attend the Unlocking ₵hange Challenge event, network, participate in workshops, and leverage media on our ONB ACE³ program. The four winners will be announced on October 3, 2018.

The Unlocking ₵hange Challenge, a collaboration of BNY Mellon and Ashoka, supports the most promising social entrepreneurs in the United States with bold ideas to increase financial wellbeing, ensuring communities can set financial goals, grow their personal savings, and access capital, credit, financial services, and products needed to thrive.

To learn more, visit the ACE³ informational page on the Ashoka Changemakers website.

Easy Ways for Students to Visit

  1. Individual Visit – Monday through Friday and select Saturdays
  2. Open House – October 20, January 21, and April 6
  3. Purple Visit Days - November 2, February 18, and March 22
  4. Road Trip February 15-17 (Admitted students only)
  5. Fly-In – We will help with the cost of your flight!
  6. Online – Visit our virtual tour anytime

Open House

An Open House is a great opportunity to learn more about all aspects of becoming a UE student! At an Open House, families will have the chance to meet with UE staff, faculty, and current students. They will also get the opportunity to meet with a variety of academic major representatives and attend specific academic sessions. The day will include a campus tour and a financial aid session.

Check out our visit page on the UE website to help your students plan their trip to campus!

Meet Our Faculty

Yasser Alhenawi, PhD
Associate Professor/Finance

Yasser Alhenawi is an associate professor of finance at UE. He holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from Damascus University (1999), a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Emporia State University (2004), a Master of Science in financial economics from the University of New Orleans (2009), and a PhD in financial economics from the University of New Orleans. He is a recipient of several academic awards including the Doctoral Crescent City Scholarship from the University of New Orleans (2007) and Toussaint Hocevar Outstanding Doctoral Student Award from the Business School at University of New Orleans (2010).

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He has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in finance since 2005. He has also been active in academic research and professional consulting activities. His current research agenda is focused on the dynamic impact of strategic business transactions on corporation's value and the characteristics of non-conventional investment themes. His long-term research agenda encompasses several philosophical and strategic topics including: modeling strategic decision-making processes at the individual and collective level; financial institutions and their strategic role in the economy; and the philosophy of borrowing and wealth management.

Meet Our Admission Counselors

Chad Hart
Territory: The Region (Indiana), Northwest Indiana; South Bend and Elkhart, Indiana; West Central Indiana; West Indiana; Springfield, Illinois; Decatur and Champaign, Illinois; Peoria, Illinois; Northeast Illinois; Rockford, Illinois; and the Quad Cities, Illinois.

Chad was born in Rockford, Illinois, and he and his brother were the first of their family to go away for college, so he understands what kind of a change, challenge, and opportunity it can be for many families. Chad’s advice to high school seniors is to visit, visit, and visit. He feels that there are a lot of places to get a good education, but they might not all be the best place for you. You have to do your homework. He feels strongly that at UE you won’t just sit in a classroom; you will engage in the community and prepare for a career you’ll love. You’ll get a supportive campus experience that gives you the confidence to head into life after college.

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Now is the time for your seniors to be visiting schools and collecting as much information as possible. Please reach out to our admission team with any questions on which type of visit would be best for your students.

Sincerely,
Shane Davidson, MBA, EdD
Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is holding a Admissions Information Meeting for prospective students and their families on Sunday, Sept. 23rd at the Scottsdale Hilton Resort from 1-2:30pm.    The featured speaker will be the current Chief Flight Director of NASA Mission Control, Mr. Norm Knight (Embry-Riddle Prescott graduate).

The Phoenix Admissions Officer for the Prescott campus will also be giving a multimedia presentation discussing Embry-Riddle’s STEM-focused degree programs, career outcomes, scholarships/financial aid, etc.  There will also be an extensive Q&A session during/after the presentation with Admissions staff, current students, parents, and alumni.

Any interested students and their families are invited!  Light refreshments will be served. 

Scottsdale Hilton Resort

6333 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250

Sunday, September 23rd

1-2:30pm

 

Please RSVP at:   http://prescott.erau.edu/admissions/admissions-events/


 
The school year has just begun and with it comes new and exciting opportunities. We invite you to attend our upcoming events and learn more about how Utah’s flagship institution can be the launch pad to amazing innovation.

Every month we’ll be sending out a newsletter to update you about information at the University of Utah and to alert you of upcoming events. Check out this month’s newsletter to stay up-to-date with helpful tools and resources. 


We also want to make you aware of our annual counselor conference on September 19, 2018. Receive updates from admissions, financial aid and scholarships, and attend a variety of breakout sessions.

 

Feel free to reach out with any questions.

Sincerely,

Office of Admissions
University of Utah
(801)-581-8761

Your school community is invited to attend an upcoming Yale Information Session. Details are listed below, and a PDF poster is attached to this email. Please share this information with interested students, their families, and any counselors who may wish to attend. Juniors and seniors who are already on our mailing list will also receive an email directly from our office.

Best regards,

The Yale Undergraduate Admissions Office

Eddy Ciobanu, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions, will discuss academic programs, residential colleges and campus life, admissions, and financial aid.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 7:30 PM
Flagstaff High School
400 W Elm Ave
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Event Registration

Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 7:00 PM
Phoenix Country Day School
3901 E Stanford Dr
Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
Event Registration

Monday, September 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM
Salpointe Catholic High School
1545 E Copper St
Tucson, AZ 85719
Event Registration
 

All students are welcome to attend.

Yale Office of Undergraduate Admissions
38 Hillhouse Avenue
PO Box 208234 New Haven CT 06520
admissions.yale.edu/questions

University of Virginia
Office of Admissions

I hope this newsletter finds you happy, healthy, and recharged and that you were able to enjoy a much deserved, but probably too short, break at some point over the last few months. As we transition from the hot, hazy, and sometimes rainy, summer in Charlottesville to cool breezes, shorter days, and the colorful leaves of fall we do so with excitement and anticipation.

Of course, we’re especially excited to welcome a dynamic, talented, diverse, and LARGE group of new students to the University. In fact, the enrolling Class of 2022 is the biggest and most diverse in University history. These new students will join a campus community that is energized and eager and fully committed to collaborative exploration and discovery and efforts to serve society and the public good.
 
Please click here to access our new first-year class profile. We hope this information is helpful as you counsel students and families. Below are a few additional important updates to share:

•   Applicants to UVA may now apply using either the Common Application or the Coalition for College Access application which is in development and should be fully operational by October 1.

•   We will accept self-reported testing from applicants beginning this fall and ask for official scores once the student is matriculated in the summer. Applicants are no longer required to submit official SAT or ACT scores. 

•   We will host our fall open house programs for African-American and Hispanic students on September 28 and 29. These events are wonderful opportunities for students of color to visit the University and experience life as a UVA student. Invitations will be sent to prospective students who have created a UVA account but if you know of students who are interested they can join our mailing list and receive an invitation by registering here.

•  Please share our new website, Voices from a Diverse Community, with your students who would like to learn more about UVA’s interesting and inclusive community.

As always, we are grateful for the work you do in your communities and schools guiding families through this increasingly confusing and stressful college admission process. We look forward to working closely with you during the year ahead and we wish you the very best for a successful and fulfilling year. If you or your students or families need anything, at any point, or have questions or suggestions on how we could improve, please let me know. 

Best wishes for a great fall. 

Sincerely,

Greg W. Roberts
Dean of Admission
University of Virginia

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Fall 2019 UC Application Opened– Aug. 1

Fall Welcome Week - Sept. 20-27

First Day of Classes, Fall Quarter - Sept. 27

 

UC Application Filing Period for Fall 2019 - Nov. 1-30

FAFSA Filing Period Opens for Fall 2019 - Oct. 1

 


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Dear Colleague,

Great news! The Wellesley-in-Phoenix Club is hosting an information session presented by Cody Riggers, Assistant Director of Admission, and local alumnae in your area!

Please feel free to share this event invitation with any girls at your school who may be interested.

When: Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Where:

            
Burton Barr Central Library Lecture Room
1221 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85004-1820
Attractions: Light refreshments
Other (inquisitive!) students who want to learn more about Wellesley
Wellesley alumnae
Warm greetings, good conversation, general happiness
RSVP:
Click here to register for this event.
We look forward to meeting students from your school!

Office of Admission

Wellesley College

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Hi, Jan, 

Encourage your students to join us for Cougar Previewour largest open house for future studentson Saturday, Oct. 21or Nov. 11, 2017!

This event is a great time for students to get a preview of the UH experience, so please spread the word and have your students register soon! At Cougar Preview, students will be able to:

  • See our 667-acre campus, including a sneak peek of our residence halls
  • Learn about our admission requirements, academic programs, and campus life
  • Interact with faculty, staff, and current students
  • Experience what it's like to be a Houston Cougar

Send students to uh.edu/cougarpreview for more information.

Questions? Contact us at (832) 842-9060 or vc@uh.edu.

Go Coogs!

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Hi, Jan, 

Encourage your students to join us for Cougar Previewour largest open house for future studentson Saturday, Oct. 21or Nov. 11, 2017!

This event is a great time for students to get a preview of the UH experience, so please spread the word and have your students register soon! At Cougar Preview, students will be able to:

  • See our 667-acre campus, including a sneak peek of our residence halls
  • Learn about our admission requirements, academic programs, and campus life
  • Interact with faculty, staff, and current students
  • Experience what it's like to be a Houston Cougar

Send students to uh.edu/cougarpreview for more information.

Questions? Contact us at (832) 842-9060 or vc@uh.edu.

Go Coogs!

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Hi, Jan, 

Encourage your students to join us for Cougar Previewour largest open house for future studentson Saturday, Oct. 21or Nov. 11, 2017!

This event is a great time for students to get a preview of the UH experience, so please spread the word and have your students register soon! At Cougar Preview, students will be able to:

  • See our 667-acre campus, including a sneak peek of our residence halls
  • Learn about our admission requirements, academic programs, and campus life
  • Interact with faculty, staff, and current students
  • Experience what it's like to be a Houston Cougar

Send students to uh.edu/cougarpreview for more information.

Questions? Contact us at (832) 842-9060 or vc@uh.edu.

Go Coogs!

 

 
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Dear friends,

I would like to thank you for your continued partnership in providing support and guidance to your students as they seek options to further their education. At Texas Tech University, we appreciate the relationships we have established with many of you and we're always happy to welcome new professionals along the way!

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Dear friends,

I would like to thank you for your continued partnership in providing support and guidance to your students as they seek options to further their education. At Texas Tech University, we appreciate the relationships we have established with many of you and we're always happy to welcome new professionals along the way!

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Admission Acceptance Deadline for Freshmen May 1

Admission Acceptance Deadline for Transfers June 1

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 Message from Interim Director Blia Yang: Good News for Transfer Students!Message from Interim Director Blia Yang: Good News for Transfer Students! 
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Fall 2018 Outreach Season UpdateFall 2018 Outreach Season Update 
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Academic Program Updates for Fall 2018Academic Program Updates for Fall 2018 
UC Santa Cruz will be introducing two new undergraduate majors in fall 2018, including new opportunities in the Jack Baskin School of Engineering and increasing the campus’s offerings in the field of environmental research and conservation. [More]


New Video! Transfer to UC Santa Cruz: History MajorNew Video! Transfer to UC Santa Cruz: History Major 
Watch the inspiring story of Genevieve Ortilla,a 27-year-old transfer student, and how she found success majoring in history at UC Santa Cruz.

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Dear Jan Lyman,

Your school community is invited to attend an upcoming Yale Information Session. Details are listed below, and a PDF poster is attached to this email. Please share this information with interested students, their families, and any counselors who may wish to attend. Juniors and seniors who are already on our mailing list will also receive an email directly from our office.

Best regards,

The Yale Undergraduate Admissions Office

Eddy Ciobanu, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions, will discuss academic programs, residential colleges and campus life, admissions, and financial aid.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 7:30 PM
Flagstaff High School
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Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 7:00 PM
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Monday, September 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM
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All students are welcome to attend.

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Dear Jan,

The school year has just begun and with it comes new and exciting opportunities. We invite you to attend our upcoming events and learn more about how Utah’s flagship institution can be the launch pad to amazing innovation.

Every month we’ll be sending out a newsletter to update you about information at the University of Utah and to alert you of upcoming events. Check out this month’s newsletter to stay up-to-date with helpful tools and resources. 


We also want to make you aware of our annual counselor conference on September 19, 2018. Receive updates from admissions, financial aid and scholarships, and attend a variety of breakout sessions.

 

Feel free to reach out with any questions.

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University of Utah
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