April 2022 College Counseling Newsletter


  • Three Types of Campus Visits – Whatever your year in high school, visiting college campuses can give you a first-hand look at a possible college experience.  The visits differ depending upon where you are in the college search process, but what you learn will be invaluable.
  • Focus on Majors – Supply Chain Management – We rarely thought about this before the pandemic, but supply chain issues affect all our lives. The management of the chain of supplies that bring those products to our homes is an essential and critical component of a successful business.  Learn here about this relatively new major and how it may apply to a variety of career paths.
  • Appealing Financial Aid Awards – If your first-choice college offers everything you want but the price tag is making you waiver, don’t give up hope: consider appealing the award.  While colleges and universities won’t encourage it, the financial aid officers are empowered to make adjustments, if deemed warranted.
  • Making That Final College Choice – For some students, the final decision regarding which college to attend is the toughest part of the admission process. Here are some tips to help you sort out your options.

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