I spent the weekend in London attending the NABSW fair for boarding schools. Some excellent contacts were made. I cannot wait to share those details with the SSAT group.
Most importantly, Versan had
67pto present a talk at the seminar, " What Should Schools Expect from Educational Consultants?" We were popular at the event after that .....so so many schools to acquaint our students with....
FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOPS
US and Jamaican students have to do the CSS Profile. This workshop will be October 23 at 5 pm online.
The US citizens or green card holders will do their FAFSA this Sunday, October 16at 5 pm. You must have a Social Security number to participate in this session.
The SSAT group will meet for their financial aid session, will meet Monday October 17 at 7 p.m. Whether you are a US citizen or a Jamaican the form is the same for both nationalities.
Cautionary tale: If none of your colleges are found on the CSS Profile, you will have to email those schools and request their individual financial aid forms.
The link to join, please use the one given for class.
SAT results for the October exam are out this Friday. Please report in and review scores given with your college list.
To our former stident, Gabrielle Campbell, who passed her Bar exam, so proud!
Stay abreast of the notices, zoom meetings et al..
See you next week.
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Dear Partner, Greetings from Thompson Rivers University! Congratulations and thank you for making TRU’s Fall 2022 intake successful. We are delighted to share that we welcomed over 900 new international students from 103 countries to our campus over the past few weeks. Applications for Summer and Fall 2023 now open TRU’s Summer and Fall 2023 intakes are now open for applications on Education Planner BC. You can view a full list of TRU’s programs available to international students here. We’re also excited to share the launch of two new programs available to international students:
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Applied Data Science (Summer 2023)
Kickstart your 2023 recruitment with TRU Our most updated viewbook, recruitment presentation and quick guides are now available for download in our international marketing and resource centre.DOWNLOAD
Important dates and deadlines
Summer 2023 (May) application deadline: February 1
Summer 2023 visa confirmation deadline: April 1
Fall 2023 (September) application deadline: May 1
Fall 2023 visa confirmation deadline: August 1
Check www.truworld.ca/programs for early deadlines for select programs
Finally, we would like to invite you to connect with one of our representatives to discuss your recruitment plan for TRU and how we can participate and collaborate. We look forward to working with you closely as we enter this enrollment season. All the best, International Marketing and Recruitment Thompson Rivers University
Hello Sandra, I hope you are well and your U.S.-bound students are eager for their fast-approaching early deadlines. Dartmouth, Georgia Tech, NYU, Notre Dame, and UVA invite you to a joint virtual international counselor event on October 24, 2022, at 8 a.m. EDT or 8 p.m. EDT . During this session each university will each present a brief overview of our institutions and share any relevant updates that you and your students should know. We will leave plenty of time to answer any of your questions as a panel. To register, please visit the link below.
You are welcome to forward this invitation to any other counselors you know who may benefit from the event. Let us know if you have any questions. Sincerely, Anna Dechert Sr. Associate Director of Admission Dartmouth College Sara Riggs Assistant Director for International Admission Georgia Institute of Technology Katie Korhonen Director of Global Admissions, Evaluation, and Strategy New York University Mary de Villiers Director of International Admission University of Notre Dame Clara Hoff Sr. Assistant Dean for International Admission University of Virginia
Start Here. Go Anywhere.
Being a student at Borough of Manhattan Community College is all about striving for success and reaching for your dreams. Start here, and go beyond: with 50+ majors and an impressive lineup of student services, pathway programs to a 4-year degree, and apprenticeship opportunities, your career can go anywhere! You are invited to come check us out downtown during:
BMCC & Beyond: Open House
Thursday, October 27, 2022
5 p.m. - 8 p.m. 199 Chambers Street, NY, NY 10007
*Guests must also register to attend
BMCC & Beyond is an evening event that will let you experience the ins-and-outs of being a student at New York’s largest community college. Discover what BMCC has to offer, explore new degree programs, engage with faculty, meet current students, and participate in interactive sessions.
We’re expecting a full house, so register soon! We look forward to meeting you.
Director of BMCC Admissions and Outreach
Please join admission professionals from our four schools as a chance to connect and hear more about what’s happening at each of our universities! Each of our schools is unique, but we are united in our commitment to providing a world-class liberal arts education to a diverse collection of student minds. We look forward to having you there. To learn more and to RSVP, visit our website.
A note from Director Lydia Mann:
As I start my fifth admissions cycle here at Clark, I’m writing to you with one of the best updates I’ve been able to share yet. I’m lucky: I work for an institution that is trying to get this right. We don’t always get there without making mistakes, and we are still working on some goals and destinations, but Clark is a place where the head and the heart work in concert with one another. I’ve been privileged to send updates like “we’re removing the application fee,” “we now meet full need in Early Decision rounds,” and “we are expanding our academic offerings in innovative, powerful new ways with the Becker School of Design & Technology.” And now, five years in, I get to send another. Starting this year, the CSS Profile will no longer be required for domestic students applying for need-based financial aid at Clark (all students are automatically considered for merit scholarships). Domestic students only need to fill out the FAFSA and a Clark form that is no longer than 10 questions. Of all the things we’ve done to increase access and simplify the admissions process in this office, this might be the most impactful, in my opinion. For anyone who has themselves filled out a CSS Profile or sat with a student or guardian while they attempted to fill it out, it’s not easy, it’s not intuitive, and it keeps people who are otherwise qualified for admissions from completing their applications at Clark. So it is G-O-N-E! I’m grateful to the leadership we have here at Clark. We’d love to host you on campus so you can meet folks like our Vice President for Admissions and Financial Aid, Meredith Twombly, and our Director of Financial Assistance, Jennifer Lawton. We are always excited to get to know you and your needs better, and we hope this makes a difference for your students and their families. Notes: The new, short “Clark form” will be available on or around October 15. If your students and/or families have any questions as they fill out the FAFSA or new form, please have them reach out to their counselor or a counselor in financial aid. It’s our job and our pleasure to help. International students still need to fill out the CSS Profile because they are not eligible to fill out the FAFSA. We are happy to talk with anyone who has any questions surrounding this policy. I wish you all a smooth application season ahead. And, at this time of year, I always wish for your students healthy growth that results in new possibilities. Best, Lydia More news from admissions:
The rankings are out: Clark has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report for our teaching, value, and success as a small research university. Read more about the 2022-2023 rankings release.
Do you know a student interested in interactive media/game design? Encourage them to attend one of our Becker School of Design & Technology (BSDT) Preview Days this fall to learn more about the program; our new Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design; and student outcomes. See upcoming BSDT Preview Days.
This fall, Clark will continue to meet 100% of demonstrated need for students who apply and are admitted under Early Decision. Learn more about the pros and cons of ED at Clark.
Stories from Clark:
The benefits of a small research university: "‘This is science, but it’s also community’ Clark researchers put Worcester watershed under the microscope"
Who are the Clarkies in our largest-ever first-year class?: "First-year students have a story to tell — many of them, in fact"