"Delayed SAT Results and a BONANZA OF VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIRS"
I was ill, classes cancelled last weekend. I am ready to hop back on the horse. Having completed a visit to the CollegeBoard in NY, I came back with a few old tests which I shall give my students. Though the few results I got back from the August exam has shown some delightful results. We are enthused.
Montego Bay worked hard, we are happy about their results.
This week, I need you to read and invite yourselves to a ton load of virtual fairs posted on this site. Do not miss some of the lucrative offerings these colleges represent.
Upcoming Virtual Programs
Our apologies for sending another invitation to our virtual counselor programs, but it was brought to our attention that for some people the emails we've sent have had technical issues! We are so sorry for any inconvenience that those prior messages or this additional message might be causing. The Deans of Admission from eight leading national liberal arts colleges invite you to join them for a presentation and conversation. Monday, September 20, at 9 a.m. (ET)
Register Thursday, September 28, at 5 p.m. (ET) Register These programs run about an hour, and begin with very brief presentations from each institution, and then will move to an open Q&A session. We hope to share with each of you a bit about the extraordinary experience offered to students at residential liberal arts and science colleges, and we also look forward to connecting with you for questions and conversation about the college admission process. We very much hope you can join us for one of the virtual programs this month and look forward to the opportunity for colleagueship! Hosted By Jennifer Sandoval-Dancs Claremont McKenna College Matt Bonser Colorado College Andy Strickler Connecticut College Joe Bagnoli Grinnell College Jess Lord Haverford College Diane Anci Kenyon College Jeff Allen Macalester College Kevin McKenna Sarah Lawrence College
Greetings from Vassar College! The Office of Admission is excited to announce that the application for our annual Vassar View program is live and currently accepting applications! Vassar View provides an in-depth understanding of the College to high school seniors from backgrounds that have often been overlooked and underrepresented at the nation’s most selective colleges and universities, such as students from ethnically diverse backgrounds, students who will be the first in their family to complete a college education, and those from families with limited financial resources. The virtual program will be held on Saturday, October 30 from 1-4:30 pm. Participants will have the opportunity to meet current students, hear about campus resources, and learn more about what makes Vassar unique. The deadline to apply is Friday, October 1. Please encourage students that you feel would be a great fit with Vassar College to apply to Vassar View! If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, The Vassar View Planning Team
Invitation to Customizing Your U.S Degree with Assumption, WPI and Bryant
Greetings from New England! We hope that you, your families, and your students are well. We are writing to invite you and your students to a webinar on “Customizing Your U.S Degree”. This presentation will provide insights from a liberal arts, business, and STEM universities on how students can shape, customize, and maximize their degree in the United States. Assumption University, Bryant University, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute will be jointly hosting the session on September 15th at 7:00PM and on October 14th at 8:00AM local time (Eastern Daylight Time). This 45-minute session will include current students from each school sharing how they have successfully customized their degree to best position themselves for future career success. To join this event, please register here for September 15th and here for October 14th and we will be in touch shortly with final details. Please share the following registration link with students interested in participating in this session: Wednesday, September 15th 7:00PM Eastern Daylight Time: https://explore.bryant.edu/register/customizingyourdegree1 Thursday, October 14th 8:00AM Eastern Daylight Time: https://explore.bryant.edu/register/customizingyourdegree2 Thank you for your support and we hope to see you at one of the sessions. Sincerely,
Dear Colleague, I wish you well as another school year begins! As our classrooms once again fill with students, I am filled with gratitude. Thank you for the personal care you have provided so many students, who inspire us every day to live with hope. It's a busy time here on the Le Moyne Heights. We are pleased to once again host prospective students at Fall Open House, starting this Sunday, September 19. Le Moyne continues to rise in the U.S. News & World Report college rankings, following record-setting applications for admission. The Keenan Center awarded thousands in development funds to student entrepreneurs, and men's lacrosse won its sixth national championship. As in years past, our Early Action (non-binding) deadline is November 15. Students who apply by this date receive priority scholarship consideration, and they will be among the first to receive an admission decision on December 15. The deadline to apply for our Direct Entry Physician Assistant Programs is November 15. We remain test optional for all programs of study. I look forward to working with you in the year ahead. Please reach out anytime for questions, conversation, or catchup. Sincerely, Timothy M. Lee, Ph.D. Vice President for Enrollment Management
Featuring an Academics Fair, Student Clubs and Services Fair, campus tours, and light refreshments.
The 2022 rankings place Le Moyne at #5 for “Best Value Schools,” and #3 for a "Strong Commitment to Undergraduate Teaching."
Drawing from its largest-ever applicant pool, the the Class of 2025 is the fifth-largest class in the College's 75-year history.
The Keenan Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity has released funding for 10 student-founders.
The Dolphins are the sixth undefeated national champion in Division II history.
Join us for a virtual collegial conversation with seasoned admissions officers from Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Princeton University!
We will discuss admissions, financial aid, and other current topics of interest to students, families, and international counselors. We'll also give insights on the latest details regarding life and learning at our three institutions. We hope you will use this opportunity to share your thoughts as well as have your questions answered.
Caribbean Virtual Counselor Session Monday, September 27 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time Register now by clicking here. We also encourage you to share the student session with any students and families who you feel may be interested.
Space is limited and registration is REQUIRED. If you have questions about the information session, please email email@example.com. If you have signed up to be on the mailing lists of multiple institutions, you may receive more than one copy of this invitation.
Project Mentorship for High School Students by MIT Graduates
Hi Sandra, Hope your academic year is off to a great start at Kingston 8! This is Aidan from Inspirit AI, the AI education program taught by Stanford and MIT graduate students for middle and high schoolers. I'm writing to inform you of our "AI + X" project tracks– interdisciplinary AI project opportunities for students to apply an AI toolkit to music, arts, economics, healthcare and more under the guidance of one of our AI mentors. Artificial intelligence continues to transform countless industries and domains as new technologies develop in both STEM and the humanities. Our project-based curriculum allows students to learn AI fundamentals while exploring a domain that they're passionate about. A few examples include:
AI + Music: Music Recommender– learn to build recommendation systems that power Spotify, Netflix, and more!
AI + Arts: Sketch Recognition– explore the importance of sketch recognition and the algorithms behind it.
AI + Law: Criminal Justice– build models to detect racial bias in the criminal justice system.
AI + Healthcare: DNA Detectives– trace the origins and spread of COVID-19.
The application deadline is September 30th. Whether students enjoy computer science or not, they will gain an invaluable experience that combines technology education with social good– no prior programming experience needed. I’ve included a program blurb below that I would appreciate if you could share with families, students, or teachers who may benefit (grades 5-12). Thank you so much! Best, Aidan _____ Aidan Goltra Program Manager, Inspirit AI firstname.lastname@example.org