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					                              The College Office
                                Friday Flyer
                               March 21, 2014
SAT Test Dates (Registration Deadlines
              May 3rd             register by April 4th (4/18 with late fee)
              June 7th            register by May 9th (5/23 with late fee)
To register: www.collegeboard.org

ACT Test Dates (Registration Deadlines)
              June 14th               register by May 9th (5/23 with late fee)
To register: www.actstudent.org

SENIORS: Please come to the College Office to schedule an appointment ASAP with
Mrs. Walsh if you did not have a meeting last spring or are still unsure about your future plans.

JUNIORS: Please return your “Appraising Myself as I Plan for the Future” packet as soon as
possible in order to schedule a college planning meeting with Mrs. Walsh.


INFORMATION SESSIONS

          Villanova University
       Thursday, April 3
       For more information and to register visit www.forthegreatergreat.com or call
       1-610-519-8056

          Mercy College
       Saturday, April 12 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
       Thursday, May 15 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
       Visit www.mercy.edu/edu/spring14 or call 1-877-MERCY.GO for more
       Information

          New Hampshire Institute of Art
       1st and 3rd Friday of the month
       February through May
       2:30 pm – 4:15 pm
       Fuller Hall, Admissions Office
       156 Hanover Street
       Manchester, NH
       For more information visit www.nhiaopenhouse.eventbrite.com
OPEN HOUSES
     George Washington University
   Engineering Open House
   Friday, April 25 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
   RSVP through the GW Admissions Activity Center at www.gwapplication.gwu.edu

      Concordia University – Department of Contemporary Dance
   Auditions
   Friday, March 28 – Monday, March 30
   For more information visit www.dance.concordia.ca/en/ or
   call 1-514-848-2424 Ext. 4555

      The University of the Arts
   Saturday, March 29
   Visit www.uarts.edu or call 1-800-616-ARTS
   Campus Tours Mondays through Fridays 11:00 am – 1:00 pm through out the
   school year

     SUNY Delhi
   Saturday, March 29
   Register at www.delhi.edu/openhouse

     SUNY Cobleskill
   Saturday, March 29
   Saturday, April 26
   Register at www.cobleskill.edu/openhouse

     MICA – Maryland Institute College of Art
   Sunday, March 30 – High School Seniors
   For more information visit www.mica.edu/openhouse by March 24
   Sunday, April 13 – High School Juniors and Sophomores
   For more information visit www.mica.edu/junioropenhouse by April 7

     Western New England University
   Sunday, March 30
   Saturday, April 12
   Visit www.wne.edu/admissions or call 1-800-325-1122 Ext. 1312

     SUNY Alfred State College of Technology
   Sunday, March 30 8:00 am
   Saturday, April 12 8:00 am
   For more information visit www.alfredstate.edu/visit

     Villanova University
   Thursday, April 3
   For information call Kathy Welsch at 610-519-8056
  Morrisville State College
Saturday, April 5 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Register online at www.morrisville.edu/openhouse or call 315-684-6046

  Bucknell University
Saturday, April 5
Visit www.bucknell.edu/visit for more information

  SUNY Old Westbury
Sunday, April 6 9:00 am – Noon
For more information or to make reservations call 1-516-876-3200 or visit
www.oldwestbury.edu

   Siena College
Junior Jump-Start Program
Sunday, April 6 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
Visit www.siena.edu/jrjumpstart or call 1-888-AT-SIENA to register

   Springfield College
Junior Days at Springfield College
April 11, 14, 16, 21, 23 and 25
Visit www.springfieldcollege.edu/JuniorDays for more information

  Delaware State University
Saturday, April 12 9:00am – 3:00 pm
Memorial Hall Gymnasium – Dover DE Campus
Register online at www.desu.edu/openhouse

  Johnson State College
Friday, April 25
To register and for more information visit www.jsc.edu/visit

  Stevenson University
Saturday, April 26
Visit www.visit.stevenson.edu for more information and to register

  Briarcliffe College
Saturday, April 26 – 11:00
For more information visit www.briarcliffe.edu or call 516-918-3600 (Bethpage
Campus) or 654-5300 (Patchogue Campus)

  Seton Hall University
Sunday, April 27 9:30 am
Visit www.shu.edu/visiting or call 1-800-843-4255 for more information

  Molloy College
Sunday, April 27 1:00 pm
Visit www.molloy.edu or call 1-888-4-MOLLOY for more information

  New Hampshire Institute of Art
Saturday, June 7 9:30 – am – 3:00 pm
To register and for more information visit www.nhiaopenhouse.eventbrite.com
       Clemson University
     Campus Tours
     Mondays – Saturdays 9:45 am AND 1:45 pm
     Sundays - 1:45 pm
     For more information and to register visit www.clemson.edu/visitors/tour


FINANCIAL AID/SCHOLARHIPS
CSS PROFILE (AVAILABLE 10/1/13)
        If one of your colleges requires the CSS Profile, you must complete the profile
         online via www.collegeboard.org. The Profile assists colleges in awarding private
         scholarships and grants. The Profile can only be accessed online.

FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid- (AVAILABLE 1/1/14)
        The FAFSA is the form used by all two- and four-year colleges, universities and
         career schools for the awarding of federal student aid and most state and college
         aid. Students should apply as soon as possible online via www.fafsa.gov on or
         after January 1, 2014

    Scholarships.com
        Register today at www.scholarships.com to receive FREE scholarship information

    Scholarship Resource Network Express
        Register today at www.srnexpress.com to receive FREE scholarship information.

    Fastweb.com
        Register today at www.fastweb.com to receive FREE scholarship information.

    My College Dollars
       Register today at www.mycollegedollars.com to receive FREE scholarship
         information.

    Scholarships
      Visit the websites below for scholarship opportunities:
      www.connections101.com
     www.scholarships4students.com
     www.fastweb.com
     www.scholarshipexperts.com
     www.scholarships.com
     www.finaid.org
COLLEGE FAIRS/SPECIAL PROGRAMS

     PROJECT EXCEL’S SAT Prep Workshop
   Free SAT Prep!
   Tri CYA:
   Every Wednesday 5:30pm – 7:30 pm – Math and Critical Reading
   Village Green:
   Every Tuesday 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm – Critical Reading
   Every Thursday 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm – Math
   Call 271-5499 to sign up

     PROJECT EXCEL’S ACT Prep Workshop
   Free ACT Prep!
   Tri-CYA:
   Every Tuesday 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
   Village Green:
   Every Monday 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
   Call 271-5499 to sign up

      Ohio Wesleyan University
   Many programs and dates being offered
   Visit www.owu.edu/visitprograms or call 1-800-922-8952 for more
   Information

     New Hampshire Institute of Art
   Private Tour/Portfolio Review
   Mondays – Fridays 10:00 am or 2:00 pm – by appointment
   Fuller Hall, Admissions Office
   156 Hanover Street
   Manchester, NH
   For more information call 1-866-241-4918

     Indiana University – Bloomington
        Jacobs School of Music
   Audition dates:
   Ballet only: March 28
   For more information call 1-812-855-7998

     Adelphi University
   Poetry Day – Tuesday, April 8
   For the Love of Art
   Arts Foundations – March 1 – May 3 (Saturdays or Sundays)
   Ceramics – March 2 – May 4 (Sundays only)
   Reception – May 13
   All Events are Free
   College Awareness Day – Friday, March 28
   Visit www.adelphi.edu/discoverandexplore to register or call 1-516-877-3690
     Nassau Community College Arts and Science Fair
   Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5
   Art and Science Projects to be dropped off on Friday, April 4 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
   Theatre Competition Saturday, April 5
   Awards Reception to be held Saturday, April 5 at 12:00 noon
   For more information call Carol Farber, Director at 1-516-572-7194

      St. Lawrence Valley College Tour
   Colleges being visited: SUNY Canton, Clarkson University, SUNY Potsdam,
   St. Lawrence University
   Tuesday, April 8 – Wednesday, April 9
   For more information visit www.associatedcolleges.org or call 1-315-267-3331

      Automotive Career Fair
   Tuesday, April 22 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
   Wednesday, April 23 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
   Jacob Javits Center
   1E Hall / 11 Ave. at 34 St.
   New York City
   For more information call 1-718-640-2075 or email careerfair@gnyada.com

     College Visit Tours
   Northeast: June 21 – 28 or July 11 – 18
   California: June 22 – 28
   New England: July 19 – 25
   Middle Atlantic: June 8 – 13 or July 19 – 25
   Canada: July 5 – 11
   Visit www.college-visits.com or call 1-853-8149 for more information

      Aerospace Education Corporation
   Aerospace Career Fair
   October 1st and 2nd
   Information for careers such as: Pilots and Flight Attendants, Airport Operations,
   Maintenance Technicians, Catering and Hospitality, Airline and Airport Management,
   Civil Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Emergency Response Personnel, Charter
   (for hire) Flight Operations, Military Branches, Meteorology, Aircraft Schedulers, Air
   Traffic Controllers.
   For more information call 389-1470 or email aeccareerfair@aol.com

      Suffolk County Community College
   Culinary Arts and Hospitality Center – Riverhead, NY
   2-Hour interactive culinary demonstration and tour of the facility
   For more information call 548-3726 or email Jim Fogarty at fogartj@sunysuffolk.edu

 Suffolk County Community College
  Careers in Hotel and Resort Management – front-office operations, food and beverage
  management, banquet sales, human resources and more.
  For more information call 548-2500

   ****Seniors are entitled to 5 college visitation days and Juniors are entitled
       to 2 college visitation days (to be considered as excused absences)
         SUMMER PROGRAMS

   Boston University
New England Center for Investigative Reporting:
Investigative Journalism Workshop

Three (2-week) workshops being offered beginning June 30
Applicants who apply by January 31 will receive a $100.00 discount
Email Joe Bergantino at summerworkshop@necir-bu.org

  Yale University
Young Global Scholars Program
Session 1 – Science, Policy and Innovation - June 16 – June 29
Session 2 – Politics, Law and Economics - July 7 – July 20
Session 3 – Studies in Grand Strategy - July 26 – August 8
Applications available online and due February 20
Grades 10 & 11 are eligible to apply
Visit www.yale.edu or email at global.scholars@yale.edu for information

   Furman University
July 6 – 12
July 13 – 19
Register online only before March 15
Visit www.furman.edu/admission

  Columbia University
Columbia University - New York City – Grades 9 – 12
University of Barcelona – Grades 11 – 12
King’s Academy in Jordan – Grades 11 – 12
For more information visit www.ce.columbia.edu/hs or call 1-212-854-9889

   Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Many programs available:
Girls Exploring Math and Science, Computer Science & Animation,
STEM Aviation, STEM Math, STEM Robotics, STEM Advanced Robotics,
STEM Space Adventure, Generations, Mission Discovery, Executive Training
Academy, Robotics & Autonomous Systems, Aerospace, Command Camp,
Aviation Career Exploration, Soaring Camp, Flight Exploration, Aviation
Voyage, SunFlight Solo, SunFlight Private Pilot, SunFlight Customized
Flight Training.
Email summer@erau.edu or call 1-800-359-4550 for information

   Ithaca College
Three-Week Session: June 29 – July 18
One - Week Session: July 20 – July 25
Ithaca Writers Institute: June 29 – July 11
Visit www.ithaca.edu/summercollege/app to apply or call 1-607-274-3143 for more
information
   Northfield Mount Hermon
College Prep Program offering many programs
June 28 – August 2
English As A Second Language
June 28 – August 2
Community Service in India
June 25 – July 27
For more information visit www.nmhschool.org/summer or
call 1-413-498-3290

   University of Southern California
4-week college credit courses
2-week non-credit certificates
Courses being offered in Architecture, Business, Computer Science,
Engineering, Global Studies, Journalism, Performing Arts, Pre-Health,
Pre-Law, Science, Visual Arts, Writing
For more information visit www.summer.usc.edu or call 1-213-740-5679

   Harvard College
Secondary School Program
June 21 – August 9
Visit www.summer.harvard.edu/ssp or call 1-617-495-3192 for more information

  Barnard College/Columbia University
Summer in the City: June 22 – July 29
Liberal Arts Intensive: June 22 – June 28
Young Women’s Leadership Institute: July 6 – July 13
Dance in the City: July 6 – July 16
Summer Science Seminars: June 22 – June 28
Entrepreneurs-In-Training: July 6 – July 17
Visit www.barnard.edu/summer or call 1-212-854-8866 for more information

  MICA – Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore – June 28 – July 26 Application Priority Deadline – March 28
                              Application Final Deadline – April 18
Tuscany – June 28 – July 19 Application Deadline – March 28

  Summer Discovery
Pre College Enrichment, College Prep and Business Institutes
UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, University of Texas At Austin, University of Michigan,
Georgetown University, University of Pennsylvania, New York University (NYU),
Emerson College – Boston, John’s Hopkins University, Shamghai & Beijing China,
Cambridge University & London Business Institute, Florence Italy
For more information visit www.summerdiscovery.com or call 1-516-621-3939
   The College of William & Mary
June 22 – July 12
July 13 – August 2
Choice of :
HIS 216: American History from Jamestown through American Revolution
HIS 216: American History from the American Revolution through the Civil War
For more information visit www.wm.edu/niahd

   Hofstra Summer Camps
For Students in Grades 6 – 11
Many programs available such as Aviation: Colonial Crafts/Early Native American
Life: Criminal Justice: Culinary Arts: Exercise, Nutrition and Sports Conditioning:
Explore Languages Around the World: Graphic Design: Home Engineering and
Carpentry: Junior First Responder: Long Island Ecology: Marine Biology: Mechanical
Engineering and Automotive: Outdoor Challenge: STEM Design, Build and Operate a
Remotely Operated Vehicle: Veterinary Medicine: Video Studio
For more information visit www.ce.hofstra.edu/BOCES or call Seth Liebstein, Program
Coordinator at 516-463-6961
Health Care Skills Rotation Precollegiate Career Discovery Institute
Monday, August 4 – Friday, August 8 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Visit www.ce.hofstra.edu/precollege or call 516-463-7676 for more information
Hofstra Summer Camps Open House:
January 26 Noon – 2:00 pm
March 30 Noon – 2:00 pm
Barry Tech Location Open House:
January 29 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
April 5 10:00 am – Noon

  Georgetown University
Noncredit Medical Institutes: 8 days
Section I   - June 22 – June 29
Section II - June 29 – July 6
Section III - July 6 – July 13
Section IV - July 13 – July 20
Fundamentals: 5-Week College Credit Courses
Fundamentals of Medicine
Session I   - June 1 – July 3
Session II - July 6 – August 8
Fundamentals of Anatomy
Session II - July 6 – August 8
Fundamentals of Neuroscience
Session II - July 6 – August 8

  New Worlds Emerge
Pre-College, Global Connection, Language Immersion, Meaningful Volunteer,
Expedition, Master Concentration, College Programs, Youth and Family
Experience College – UCLA, Brandeis, NYC Campuses
Visit www.newworldsemerge.org or call 434-951-5048 for more information
  Summerfuel
Language & Cultural Immersion – Spain, France, Italy
Pre-College – Oxford, Harvard, Berkeley, Amherst
Social Entrepreneurship – Yale, Stanford
College Admissions Prep – Tufts, Columbia, Berkeley
Visit www.summerfuel.com for more information

   Carnegie Mellon
Fine Arts: Architecture/Art & Design/Drama/Music
June 28 – August 9
For more information visit www.admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college

   Pratt Institute
July 7 – August 1
Courses being offered: Architecture, Art & Design Discovery, Creative Writing,
Cultural Studies, Digital Imaging and Photography, Fashion Design, Fine Arts/Painting
and Drawing, Graphic Design, Illustration (Digital), Illustration (Traditional), Industrial
Design, Interior Design, Jewelry/Metal Arts, Film/Video, Photography, Sculpture,
Sequential Art and the Comic Book
Visit www.pratt.edu/precollege for more information

  Smith College
Hidden Lives: Discovering Women’s History July6 – July 19
Young Women’s Writing Workshop July 6 – July 19
The American College Immersion Program July 6 – August 2
The Smith College Summer Science and Engineering Program July 6 – August 2
Field Studies for Sustainable Futures July 6 – July 19
For more information visit www.smith.edu/sumer or call 1-413-585-2165

   Cornell University Summer College
Many programs available: Architecture/Art, Design and Fashion/Business/College
Success/Debate/Engineering/English for Non-Native Speakers/Hotel Management/Law
and Government/Leadership/Literature/Medicine/Psychology/Research and
Science/Social Change and Sustainability/Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science
Program Dates:
Three-week Session I - June 21 – July 12
Three-week Session II - July 13 – August 2
Six-week programs - June 21 – August 2 or 5
For more information visit www.summercollege.cornell.edu or call 1-607-255-6203

  Alfred University
Programs offered are:
- Astronomy                             - Computer Engineeering
- Art Portfolio                         - Robotics Engineering
- Creative Writing                      - Equestrian
- Ceramic & Glass Engineering           - Theatre
- Consumer Chemistry                    - Swimming
For more information visit www.alfred.edu/summer/hs.cfm or call 607-871-2612
   Fordham University
July 1 – August 5
Programs offered: Anthropology, Anthropology of Food, Business Administration,
Communication and Media Studies, Computer Science, English, History, Mathematics,
Music History, Natural Sciences, Philosophy, Psychology, Theatre and Visual Arts
Visit www.fordham.edu/summer or call 1-718-817-4665

   Sail Caribbean
14 – 21 day program
6th – 12th Grades and College Age
Watersports, leadership, teamwork, community service, marine biology
Visit www.sailcaribbean.com for more information

   NYU (New York University) SCPS
Session I – July 13 – July 18
Session II – July 20 – July 25
Session III – July 27 – August 1
Programs offered: 3D Printing and Product Design, Arabic, Building Interactive IOS
Game Environments, City Planning, College 101, Creative Writing, Design for Mobile
and Tablet, Digital Filmmaking and Journalism, Doing Well by Doing Good, Editing
Books and Magazines, Express Yourself, Finance NYC, Improv and Sketch Comedy,
Mandarin, Motion Comics, Performing Arts Workshop, Photographing NYC,
Screenwriting, The Essence of New York, Understanding Global Issues, Welcome to
the Real World
Visit www.scps.nyu.edu/hsacademy or call 1-212-998-7006

  Wagner College
Science & Literature/Writing – July 13 – August 1
History & Literature/Writing – July 13 – August 1
Summer Music Theatre Institute – July 13 – July 26
To learn more visit www.wagner.edu/pre-college or call 1-718-390-3221

   Fairfield University
Summer Scholars Program
July 6 – July 19
Academic Courses being offered: Biology, Communication, Economics, English, Film,
Finance, Philosophy, Sociology, Studio Art
For more information visit www.fairfield.edu/summerscholars
or call 1-203-254-4000 Ext. 2911

   Susquehanna University
Writers Workshop
July 6 – July 12
For more information visit www.susqu.edu/writers or call 1-570-372-4164
   Skidmore College
Pre-College Program in the Liberal and Studio Arts
American Studies, Anthropology, Economics, English Composition and Literature,
Exercise Science, Foreign Languages and Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy and
Religion, Psychology, Physics, Sociology, Ceramics, Digital Foundations, Drawing,
Fiber Arts, Painting, Photography, Printmaking
For more information visit www.skidmore.edu/precollege or call 1-518-580-5458

  Stanford University
Summer Institutes and Summer College
Visit www.precollegiate.standford.edu

Stanford Youth Orchestra
July 6 – 26
Visit www.youthorchestra.stanford.edu for more information

  SUNY Stony Brook University
Oceanography at Stony Brook and Southampton
Session I – July 15 – July 28
Session II – July 29 – August 11
For more information visit www.stonybrook.edu/sea-hs

Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists
Sunday, July 20 – Saturday, July 26
Residential Program with instruction on the fundamentals of reporting, writing,
photography for print, online and broadcast.
Apply by visiting www.greenegazette.com or call 632-7403

   New Hampshire Institute of Art
July 6 – July 18
Classes being offered: Ceramics, Beginning Portfolio Drawing, Advanced Portfolio
Drawing, Digital Photography, Drawing for Illustrators, Art Appreciation, Visual
Storytelling, Art Matters: An Open Forum, Printmaking, Black & White Photography,
Jewelry/Metals, Abstract Painting, Character Design

   Middlebury-Monterey Language Academy
Summer Immersion Language Program US and Abroad
June 22 – July 17
Pomona College, CA
Swarthmore College, PA
Green Mountain College, VT
Beijing Academy, China
Comillas Academy, Spain
For more information visit www.mmla.middlebury.edu or call 1-888-216-0135
   Union College
EDGE (Educating Girls for Engineering)
2-week residential workshop offering an opportunity to explore engineering fields
In areas beyond basic math and science
View a brochure at www.engineering2.union.edu/edge/EDGE_Brochure_2014.pdf
Applications should be received by May 1, and scholarships are available for those
students that demonstrate need.
For more information call 1-518-339-4835

   Miami University – Oxford Ohio
Session I – July 6 – July 18
Program Curriculum: Acting for the Stage, Adventures in Computing, The Art of
Game Design, Beginning Design (Architecture and Interior Design), Game of Clones
(Engineering in Society), Innovation and Social Impact Through Entrepreneurship,
Inside State and Local Government (Leadership and Public Affairs), Lost Cities and
Civilizations (Archaeology and the Ancient World, Molecular Gastronomy (The
Chemistry of Food and Cooking), Pathways to the Helping Professions, Search for a
Cure (The Discovery of Novel Antibiotics), The United States in Conflict (The
Meaning of War in America), Virtual Technology to Solve Real-World Problems
Session II – July 20 – August 1
Program Curriculum: The Business of Sport (Real World of Sports Management),
Engineering for Energy Efficiency and the Environment, Game of Clones (Genetic
Engineering in Society, Health and How to Change the World, An Interactive Quest for
Social Justice (Freedom Summer 1964), Media and the Millennials (Journalism in
Action), Miami Art Portfolio Studio (Creating a Compelling Portfolio for College
Admission and a Career in Art), Molecular Gastronomy (The Chemistry of Food and
Cooking), Navigating the Dynamics of Nutrition and Dietetics, Search for a Cure
(Discovery of Novel Antibiotics), The Summer Business Academy (Explorations into
the Basics of Business), The United States in Conflict (The Meaning of War in
America), Video Gaming (3-D Character Development)
For more information and to apply visit www.miamioh.edu/summerscholars

  Brown University
Summer Leadership Institute
Course Topics Include:
Global Health, Development and Engagement/Urban Environments/Ethics/Science,
Technology and Medicine/Public Policy/Women and Leadership /Entrepreneurship/
Conflict Resolution/Creativity and Community Action
Multiple start dates available

Brown Environmental Leadership Lab (BELL)
Alaska, Costa Rica and Rhode Island
Multiple start dates available
For more information visit www.brown.edu/summer
  New York Institute of Technology
Health and Medical Academic Camp: July 7 – July 18

Technology and Engineering Camp: Session I July 7 – July 18
                                  Session II August 4 – August 15
Brand Yourself: July 7 – July 11
                July 21 – July 25

Create Motion: July 14 – July 18
               July 28 – August 1

Exploring Architecture in Manhattan: July 7 – July 31
For more information visit www.nyit.edu/nycsummer or call 1-212-998-2292

				
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