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At the end of August and we are literally there, students who started the program in July should be wrapping up applications. They should be at the end of the rope....

What do we mean?

1 Part 1 and II of the Commonapp completed

2. Essays and short answers completed

3. Resume

4. Teachers and Counselors invited on Commonapp

5. Almost time to press the button to submit applications....almost

6. If you are a US resident or green card holder, you should we should be discussing your Financial Aid form -FAFSA.

7. If you are a Jamaican candidate, you should be collecting last year's financial aid form for practice ...

As for the new students starting class next week Tuesday, you will be starting at the beginning and completing by November.


It is the deadline to get registered for the SAT exam in October. Some of you chose Priory, some chose Campion, others Andrews, or Dinthill or AISK. That is fine. It is now time to dig one's heels in and study hard. Drills, drills, drills until all is familiar. get your practice books and go at it.


When we attach the nottices from universities below, please read them. Universities are advising you on great news ....stay abreast!


Stay on course. Form groups. Get serious.



You’re invited to Engaging Distinctive Universities, a collaborative, engaging virtual event hosted by Emory University, Rice University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Washington. While each of our schools is unique, we are united in our commitment to help students make informed decisions about which college is the best fit for them.

On Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 3 p.m. ET (2 p.m. CT, noon PT), we will present a variety of perspectives on academic programs, philosophies, and traditions that make our universities distinctive.

We want you to be aware of additional student event dates and times:

  • Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT, 5 p.m. PT)

  • Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT, 5 p.m. PT)


Emory University - Rice University - University of Michigan - University of Washington -


Dear Colleague:

I am pleased to announce the 47th annual Boston University Trustee Scholarship Competition. For more than four decades, the Boston University Trustee Scholars Program has attracted students with outstanding academic ability from around the world.

Trustee Scholars rank at the top of their classes and demonstrate exceptional leadership in their schools and communities. Scholarship recipients are selected by a faculty committee from a competitive pool of applicants after rigorous review. The Trustee Scholarship covers full undergraduate tuition plus orientation and mandatory undergraduate student fees for four years.

I invite you to encourage your highest achieving students to apply for the Trustee Scholarship. To be considered, students must submit their application for admission with one Trustee Scholarship essay by December 1, 2022. More information about the Trustee Scholarship can be found on our website.

If you have any additional questions, please contact my office at 617-353-4492 or

Best wishes,

Anne Corriveau Director of International Admissions


Dear Colleagues,

I hope this email finds you well. I’d like to offer my sincere gratitude for your collective support and direct contributions during this last academic year. You helped tremendously in getting us to where we are today—with an unprecedented year of applications and enrollment, and about to welcome a strong and diverse incoming first-year class. We simply could not have done this without you. Thank you!

I would like to share with you highlights from the last admissions cycle, as well as provide you with a look at what I anticipate for the 2022-2023 admissions season; you can find these highlights below.

This coming year, my team is planning a robust schedule of events for you and your students. In addition to connecting with you on the road, we are excited to offer even more ways for you to engage with my team, including:

  • A Dean & Director Counselor Tour—we’ll be visiting cities around the country each month between November and April, Beginning with Los Angeles (November) and Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey (December).

  • Multi-day Counselor Fly-In sessions on our Boston and Oakland campuses in May and June.

  • In our Boston Visitor Center, we will be hosting Counselor Information Sessions monthly on Saturdays throughout the year.

More information is forthcoming, along with additional opportunities for the spring. Please stay tuned!

Finally, I hope that you and your students will continue to explore everything Northeastern has to offer. Our team looks forward to working with you. I wish you and your students much success for a healthy academic year ahead!


Ebony Clinton Brown Interim Dean and Senior Director of Admissions Northeastern University

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