Our Town Hall meeting was a success, could not have been held any earlier. The probing questions heard from the start of January to present forced this Town Hall meeting.
Here are the questions students have been asking:
1) After acceptance, what next?
2) Visa processing, what does it entail? Costs?
3)What is required of the US and Canadian visas?
4) Will embassies issue early visa dates?
5) Are students rejected regularly at the embassy?
6) When is the deadline to commit to one’s school of choice?
7) Could I live off campus to allay costs?
8) If a scholarship is offered, could I appeal?
9) What about loans? What is the interest rate?
The meeting was pre-recorded. With a bit of editing, the session will be available for public consumption.
For those who missed it, a sad loss. But we do hope the recording helps.
At the end of March is the SAT exam. Have you been practicing? Are you just relying on classes and nothing else? Change your strategy now before it is too late!
See you next week!
Admissions Information Session
with Andrew Luft, Admissions Counselor 3 p.m. Pacific time (2 p.m. Alaska time)
Wednesday, March 9
3 p.m. Pacific time (2 p.m. Alaska time)
Join Andrew for a virtual information sessiontomorrow at 3 p.m Pacific time. This session offers prospective students and their families an opportunity to learn more about UAF's academic programs, the admissions process, scholarships and life at UAF. Attendees will receive an application fee waiver for any undergraduate program at UAF.
Andrew is also available to meet with you and your family at a time that is convenient for you. Call or text 907-251-7276 or set up a virtual appointment.Email Andrew
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