CUNY has developed a couple of resources to help guide you: · The CUNY Presentation was designed to give you an overview of the university. · Our Future Student Enrollment Guide lists virtual exploration options and connects students to individual admission offices for further
This is the 2020 Summer Virtual Information Sessions schedule! Information Sessions include: Which SUNY are You? Educational Opportunity Program Information Sessions Financial Aid Events FAFSA Completion Workshops (for Seniors) Students can register at www.suny.edu/studentevents or by calling 1.800.342.3811. SUNY will continue to provide
You picked a college! Now what? Congratulations—you chose a school! Now the fun part begins: prepping for freshman year. Here are a few items to keep on your radar as you get ready. Get the scoop on orientation Contact your school to find out
SUNY Virtual Events include:SUNY Information Sessions featuring 40+ CampusesWhich SUNY Are You? Information SessionsFinancial Aid Information SessionsStudents can register for the above events at www.suny.edu/studentevents or by calling 1.800.342.3811. Additional campus events can be found on our Visit a Campus page.
Many schools are starting to delay deposit deadlines. Hofstra just moved their deadline to June 1st. Please check with your school. It appears that CUNY deadlines will remain as May 1st.
List all activities you have completed outside of class (9th grade – 12th grade) ● Babysitting and other family responsibilities ● Babysitting outside your home ● School Clubs ● Sports Teams ● Volunteer Activities ● Internships● Jobs (Part-time and full-time)● Outside organizations (e.g.
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Do you want to explore college options? Binghamton University is here to help students with their college journey. They’re happy to invite students for a virtual visit with one of their admissions counselors. Students will have the opportunity to meet
Whether you already have an idea of what you want to study in college, are deciding between a few majors, or are majorly undecided—don’t sweat it. As you start to think about your major, these tips may help you find