Explore Engineering Days at CU

Here are a couple of opportunities for students interested in the Engineering program at CU Boulder.

Minorities Exploring Engineering Day on Friday, November 4. Interested students should register by using the link (below the flier).

Minorities Explore Engineering CU 2011

http://tinyurl.com/MEE2011

 

Girls Exploring Engineering Day on Thursday, November 10. Interested students should register by using the link (below the flier).

Girls Exploring Engineering CU 2011

http://tinyurl.com/CUGirls2

Day/Night College Fair update

Here is a list of the schools that will be here on Oct. 27, 2011. The Day/Night College Fair will run from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

Adams State College

Aims Community College

Bethany College

Casper College

Chadron State College

Colby Community College

College in Colorado

Colorado Christian University

Colorado Mesa University

Colorado Mountain College

Colorado Northwestern Community College

Colorado School of Mines

Colorado State University

Colorado State University – Pueblo

Doane College

Fort Hays State University

Fort Lewis College

Front Range Community College

Hastings College

Johnson and Wales University

Maryville University of St. Louis

Metro State College of Denver

Nebraska Wesleyan University

New Mexico Highlands University

New Mexico Tech

Northeastern Junior College

Oklahoma Baptist University

Regis University

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

The University of Arizona

Trinidad State Junior College

UCCS

United States Air Force Academy

United States Military Academy – West Point

University of Alabama

University of Colorado Boulder

University of Colorado Denver

University of Denver

University of Maine

University of Missouri

University of Nebraska – Lincoln

University of Northern Colorado

University of Wyoming

Washburn University

Western Nebraska Community College

Western State College of Colorado

FRCC’s new event, Spotlight: College!

Students interested in attending Front Range Community College have the opportunity to learn about the college and its programs on Tuesday, November 1 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. FRCC’s address is: 2155 Miller Drive, Longmont

The event will be in English and Spanish and parents are encouraged to attend with their kids. Financial aid information, enrollment information and a student/parent panel will be available for questions.

The contact for the event is Cynthia Garcia and she can be reached at 303.678.3846 or you can email her at cynthia.garcia@frontrange.edu

 

 

Spots still open for visit to UNC and Aims

The counseling department still has a few spots open for a campus tour and information session to the University of Northern Colorado and Aims Community College. The visit is Thursday, November 17. The bus will leave Skyline promptly at 7:45 and we’ll be back by 2:45. Students need to bring a sack lunch (we won’t have time to eat on campus), a jacket and good walking shoes as the weather may be quite chilly and we’ll be outside for a period of time.

Sign up in the counseling office if you want to attend. Permission slips are required.

Reminders for the week of Oct. 3 – Oct. 7

Seniors:

1. Don’t forget to schedule your senior interview with your counselor. We need to know what you plan to do with your life after you graduate from our fine institution.

2. If you want to re-take the ACT, check the Calendar of Events (on this very blog) for the sign-up dates and test dates. Don’t wait too long – you want colleges to get this info quickly.

Juniors:

1. Sign up in the counseling office for the PSAT. The test is on SATURDAY, Oct. 15. The cost is $15.00 but if you can’t pay, please see your counselor. Deadline for sign-up is THIS Friday, Oct. 7. Additionally, we only have 110 tests, so if you don’t sign up, you’ll be too late.

Sophomores:

1. The PLAN test will be SATURDAY, Nov. 15. Please bring your $15.00 and sign up ASAP. This is a great preview for the ACT.

Freshmen:

1. Grades are important your freshmen year. No matter how many times your counselors tell you that you need to pass your classes, this seems to be the message that you’re not taking to  heart. You and your parents don’t wan to pay for credit recovery. You know how you don’t have to pay for credit recovery? Pass the classes the first time.

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