Tuesday, October 30, 2018

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Ohio State Deadline

The deadline is almost here!

Encourage your students to submit their complete application by November 1.
To be considered for most merit scholarships and all engineering majors, your students MUST submit a complete application for admission by November 1.
We also STRONGLY RECOMMEND that they submit a complete application by November 1 to be considered for the Morrill Scholarship Program or Honors and Scholars Programs.
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  • Official transcripts sent from the student's high school
  • Official ACT or SAT scores sent from the testing agency
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Friday, October 26, 2018

Clark University Offers Master's Degree Tuition Free for enrolled undergraduate students

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Our EA and ED applications are due Nov. 1
Financial Aid applications are due later—Nov. 15

We are quickly approaching our EA and ED deadlines. Please remind your students to submit their applications by November 1st to be considered for admission in one of our early rounds. Students in all three rounds of admission (ED, EA, and RD) are eligible for all of the same need-based and merit-based scholarships at Clark.

If you have any questions, you can find your regional counselor here. We are happy to work beside you to make the college search process successful for all of your students and families.

Here are just a few reasons to attend Clark:
As November nears the corner, we wish you an endless supply of coffee.

Thanks for all you do,
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Thursday, October 25, 2018

University of Scranton - Future Accountants Leadership Conference and Scholarship

  We would like to introduce an exciting opportunity for you to share with your students.


Dear Sandra,

We would like to introduce an exciting opportunity for you to share with your students. The fourth annual Future Accountants Leadership Conference (FAL-Con) will be held at The University of Scranton on Saturday, November 17, 2018, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The purpose of FAL-Con is to introduce students to the dynamic and rewarding world of business and the accounting profession. This conference will be an interactive and meaningful educational experience. Sessions will be held with our award-winning faculty, distinguished executive alumni, and students from our Business Leadership and Beta Alpha Psi Honor Programs.​​​​​

Students attending the conference should be current seniors who have applied to business or accounting at the University. Students should be in the top 30% of their class (if your school ranks) with at least a 3.2 GPA. Participants who meet the eligibility requirements will receive a $1,000 scholarship upon acceptance to The University of Scranton for the freshman entry term of fall 2019.*

All participants will receive a certificate of completion and attend a brief recognition and networking reception. Students may invite their parents/guardians to attend the conference and participate in the parent track. All participants are requested to dress business casual.

To register, students should complete the online FAL-Con form by Wednesday, November 7, 2018. Please note that space is limited. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Rebekah Bernard, Information and Technology Specialist for Admissions, at (570) 941-5918 or rebekah.bernard@scranton.edu.

Thank you for your assistance. We look forward to welcoming your students to Scranton.

Sincerely,
Joseph M. Roback
Associate Vice Provost
Admissions and Enrollment


Dr. Douglas M. Boyle, DBA, CPA, CMA
Accounting Department Chair
Doctorate in Business Administration Program Director
Nonprofit Leadership Program Director
Associate Professor

*In adherence to our Comprehensive Guide to Financial Aid Programs.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Colgate University - Early Decision

Dear Sandra,

For students who have identified Colgate as their top choice university, Early Decision is a great option. Roughly 49% of the Colgate Class of 2022 were admitted through Early Decision rounds, and we expect that number to be similar for the Colgate Class of 2023.

We offer two application deadlines for students who would like to take advantage of applying through our binding Early Decision option:

November 15: Early Decision I (notification in mid-December)
January 15: Regular Decision (notification in late March) and Early Decision II* (conversion by March 1, notification rolling)

*Students who apply under the Regular Decision plan can convert their applications to EDII by submitting an Early Decision Agreement form signed by the student, a counselor, and a parent or guardian by March 1. EDII notifications are sent out weekly on a rolling basis up to the deadline.

As always, Colgate is committed to meeting 100% of demonstrated need for all admitted students, and that includes students who apply Early Decision. To get an estimate of financial aid now, we highly recommend using the Quick College Cost Calculator or the slightly more detailed Net Price Calculator.

Colgate continues to have a strong interest in students who have expressed a very strong desire to spend four years in our tight-knit, residential community. Do not hesitate to contact your regional admissions officer to ask if applying Early Decision might be right for your students.

We wish you a rewarding and professionally stimulating fall, and hope to hear from you soon.
Sincerely,

Gary L. Ross

Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid
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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Rutgers University Junior Science and Humanities Symposium


The 2019 New Jersey Junior Science & Humanities Symposium at Rutgers University


We are pleased to invite you and your school to participate in the Rutgers University Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, a science fair for high school students interested in science, mathematics, and technology research.  Students who have undertaken their own scientific research, underclassmen who intend to conduct research in the future, and high school teachers are invited to attend our symposium on the campus of Rutgers University’s School of Engineering in Piscataway, NJ.  This year’s Symposium will take place March 4 - 5, 2019. 
Students who have conducted scientific research submit research papers to the competitive portion of our program. These students must submit abstracts of 200 words or less detailing their work by December 1, 2018. By December 15, 2018 students must also submit a short video (2 minute maximum) presenting their answers to the following questions: (1) What did you know about your research? (2) What did you not know about your research? (3) Why is your research important? They then must submit full research papers of their work by January 4, 2019 (All Teacher/Student Registrations are due on January 4, 2018 as well).  Based on the research papers, our panel of judges selects up to 20 of the top students as Finalists, who are chosen to give oral presentations of their work at our symposium in March. 
The judges will also select up to 50 other students as Poster Finalists, who will give poster presentation of their work at our symposium. Oral Finalists compete for up to 3 all-expense paid trips to the 2019 National Symposium, as well as Scholarships of $2,000; $1,500; or $1,000. The top 2 Poster Finalists compete for 2 all-expense paid trips to nationals and additional prizes.
Students who have not yet conducted research or are just beginning projects are welcome to attend the symposium as observers. On the first day of the symposium (March 4, 2018), all student researchers and sponsoring teachers participate in the symposium. On the second day (March 5, 2018), all student researchers, observers, and sponsoring teachers participate in the symposium. The first day will consist of the run-off presentation of the 20 oral finalists. At night, students will be treated to a formal dinner recognizing their scientific achievements, hear from a keynote speaker, and take part in team based math, science, and engineering challenges.  On the second day, the 5 oral finalists from the first day and 50 poster presenters will compete and prizes will be awarded.

PAPERS NEED TO BE SUBMITTED THROUGH CVENT. PAPERS NOT SUBMITTED THROUGH CVENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

For questions related to our symposium, please email nnj.jshs.rutgers@gmail.com.
                                                 

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Remember the important dates:


** IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES **

Student Registration and Student Abstract are due December 1, 2018.
Short Video (2 minute maximum) is due December 15, 2018
Student Full Research Papers & Teacher/School Registrations are due January 4, 2019.
Judges results will be announced by February 12, 2019.
New Jersey Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Rutgers University will be on March 4-5, 2019.



Feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions.

Regards,

Jean Patrick Antoine
Assistant Dean, Rutgers School of Engineering




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Seton Hall University- Online Application and Scholarships

What Great Minds Can Do
Dear School Counselor,
At Seton Hall University, great minds are given the financial support and return on investment to turn their goals into a successful career. But don’t take our word for it — our numbers speak for themselves!
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  • AffordableSchools.net ranked Seton Hall #1 in the nation for keeping tuition affordable.
  • Money named us “One the Best Colleges in the Nation for Your Money.”
  • 98% of our students receive a grant or scholarship.
  • We provide $98 million in financial aid to our students annually.
  • Our graduates’ mid-career earnings are 50% higher than the national average.
  • Bloomberg and Affordable Colleges named Seton Hall one of the top schools in the nation for a return on your investment.
  • Buzzfeed named Seton Hall one of the top 25 schools in the nation with the highest paid graduates for the lowest investment.
  • Washington Monthly named Seton Hall as one of the top schools that provide “the best bang for your buck.”
What’s more, your students will be automatically considered for scholarships when they apply for admission! Numerous special scholarships based on your students academics or talents are also available. Click here to learn more.
We’re committed to keeping your student’s goals well within reach. Encourage your students to apply now for an affordable future at Seton Hall!
Sincerely,
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Seton Hall University

P.S. Your students can explore Seton Hall for the first time or revisit something they might have missed during their in-person visit with our video tour. Watch today!