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College Fairs and  Workshops

  • Nov. 6, 7, 8- Register to attend BMCC Academy Infromation Sessions.  BMCC Learning Academy (BLA) is a success program that provides additional support to BMCC students to help them achieve their academic and career goals.
  • Nov. 12–  Register for the NACAC Performing and Visual Arts College Fair.
  • Nov. 12Register to attend the Transition Planning workshop for students and Families, specialized for students with IEPs. This workshop will support students with transition services and help them to think about their plans after high school.
  • Nov. 13 Register for College Week Live, virtual national college fair 10 am-10 pm. The fair hosts over 100 college admissions representatives available to answer individual student questions.
  • Nov.21Register for a workshop on Self-advocacy and determination. This workshop encourages students and families to develop a deeper understanding of the importance of these skills. Additionally, a former student with an IEP will share their educational experiences and the impact self-advocacy had on their choices.
  • Nov. 20 and 25 Register for a State University of New York (SUNY) information session for students and families to learn about SUNY campuses, academic programs, and admissions process.
  • Dec. 13Register to attend the Transition Planning for Students with Physical Accessibility Needs workshop. At this workshop, families will identify transition planning services for their students and will work with an advocate to determine their physical accessibility plan.
  • OngoingComplete the ASAP Presentation Interest Form if you are interested in having an ASAP Ambassador visit your school for a classroom presentation, assembly or college fair.

Financial Aid workshops and Completion Events

  • Nov. 9, 12, 18, and 25 Seniors Register for the Financial Aid Days at the State Unversity New York (SUNY) Welcome Center for hands-on assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students must bring a laptop, computer or phone.
  • Nov.16.– Seniors attend the College Goal NY completion event at the Fordham University Rose Hill Campus and bring the documents needed to complete your FAFSA and TAP application.
  • Dec. 9 Register for SUNY’s Financial Aid Days for prospective students. Students and families will receive information regarding types of financial aid, Excelsior Scholarship, and the financial aid award process. 

Scholarships

Student Programs

College Fairs and Workshops 

Financial Aid Information Sessions and Completion Events 

  • Oct. 21– Seniors register for the State University of New York (SUNY)’s Financial Aid Days for prospective students and families. The sessions are designed to provide information regarding types of financial aid including the Excelsior Scholarship, the financial aid process, and the award letter process.
  • Oct.-Dec.– Seniors register to attend a College Goal NY event near you and bring the documents needed to complete the FAFSA.
  • Nov. Seniors  lookout for the Financial Aid Days at the SUNYWelcome Center for hands-on assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students must bring a laptop, computer or phone.
  • Oct.-Nov. Register for SUNY’s Financial Aid Days for prospective students and families. The sessions are designed to provide information regarding types of financial aid, FAFSA, Excelsior Scholarship and the financial aid award process.

Scholarships

 College Fairs and Workshops

  • First-come, first served basis- Sign-Up for Let’s Get Ready’s FREE College Access 9-week program to connect rising Seniors and Juniors to mentors and SAT tutors.
  • May 29Register to learn about specialized studies in business degrees at the State University of (SUNY) two and four-year colleges.
  • May 31Register for Pathways to Career Excellence, a transition and career fair hosted by the UFT’s Bronx Borough Office.
  • Jul. 20- Register for The PowHERful Foundation Enrichment Conference, a free summit for young women aged 14 to 23 years old. The summit will provide participants a chance to explore different career options, receive useful guidance and advice, and interact with successful professionals.
  • Oct. 10 & 11Register for the SUNY Fall College Fair at the Jacob Javits Center.
  • Oct. 26– Save the date for 12th Annual College Access Fair for African-American/Black and Latino students  and families.
  • Ongoing– Juniors register for this free 12 months online college admission resources with monthly webinars and resources.

Scholarships

  • Jun. 14– Apply to the Abbott & Fenner Scholarship, available to juniors and seniors, and students currently registered in any accredited postsecondary institution.
  • Jun. 23Register for the Spring Open House at Macaulay Honors College to learn more about the Macaulay scholarship and experience.
  • Jun. 30Apply to the Carey Gabay Memorial Scholarship, a full cost-of-attendance scholarships to five students to attend State University of New York State-operated campus.
  • Aug. 15Apply for the Excelsior scholarship, open to NY resident students with a federal adjusted gross income of $125,000 or less, pursuing an undergraduate degree at a SUNY or CUNY college.
  • Aug. 15Apply for the NYS STEM Incentive Program scholarship awarded to the top 10 percent of students in each NYS high school pursuing an associate’s or bachelor’s STEM granting degree program.
  • Sept. 15Apply for the The Gates Scholarship awarded to outstanding high school seniors who are pell eligible and meet eligibility requirements.
  • Ongoing– Counselors register to be a part use the GetSchooled College Challenge to help your students complete their FAFSA and receive college grants. The College Challenge offers schools the opportunity to engage the entire school in postsecondary planning resources and earn up to $2,000 in college grants for your students.
  • OngoingScholarships for Undocumented Students helps undocumented find scholarships and other resources.
  • OngoingFastweb Scholarship Search, Scholarships.com, College Board Scholarship Search, College GreenLight (video) and finaid.org are scholarship databases where students can search based on criteria such as grade level, location, and academics.
  • OngoingSign-up to earn micro‑scholarships from colleges for your achievements as early as 9th grade.

Programs

  • Jun. 14 Apply to Women of Distinction at Smith College, a fly-in program for high school senior girls that highlights the opportunities at Smith for African American, Latina, Asian American and Native American students.
  • Jun. 23- Apply to the FinTech Focus program, a three-week immersive program for students completing their final year of high school and entering college as a freshmen this fall with an interest in finance, computer science and technology. 
  • Aug. 16Apply for the Explore Bowdoin program, an all-expenses paid college visit for high-achieving and first-generation high school seniors. The 3-day program invites participants to stay with current Bowdoin students in campus housing, attend classes, and receive personal admissions interviews.
  • SpringApply for one of the summer sessions at Duke University. These programs are open to students in 9-12 grades and provides students with academic rigor, new connections and lasting memories over the course of the summer.
  • OngoingSign-up to learn more about Year Up, a one-year, intensive training program empowering low-income students to succeed in professional careers and higher education. Classes begin in March and September. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the class is filled.
  • OngoingInsideSchools provides a list of free programs to NYC students.

 College Fairs and Workshop

  • May 5– Juniors Attend the SUNY Spring College Fair at the Armory Track & Field Center to meet with admission representatives and learn more about the college search process.
  • May 7 & 14 – High school juniors register for “Tips for Tuesday” to learn about financial literacy using the State University of New York (SUNY) Smart Track tool.
  • May 15Register to learn about the SUNY campuses, academic programs, application and admissions process, financial assistance, and the Excelsior Scholarship.
  • May 29Register to learn about specialized studies in business degrees at SUNY’s two and four-year colleges as well admissions overview.
  • Sept. 23-28– Register for NYC Historically Black College or University (HBCU) Week to learn about HBCUs from alumni and members of the community..
  • Ongoing– Juniors register for this free 12 months online college admission resources with monthly webinars, worksheets and more

Scholarships

  • May 1Apply to the The Milton Fisher Scholarship for innovative and creative students in art, science or technology.
  • May 3Nominate your student for the 2019 NYSACAC Scholarship. Students must be nominated by an NYSACAC member and provide a 500-word essay.
  • June 14– Apply to the Abbott & Fenner Scholarship, available to juniors and seniors, and students currently registered in any accredited postsecondary institution.
  • June 30Apply to the Carey Gabay Memorial Scholarship, a full cost-of-attendance scholarships to five students to attend State University of New York State-operated campus.
  • August 14Apply for the Excelsior scholarship, open to NY resident students with a federal adjusted gross income of $125,000 or less, pursuing an undergraduate degree at a SUNY or CUNY college.
  • September 15Apply for the Gates Scholarship, open to seniors who are student leaders and come from low income households.
  • Ongoing– Counselors register to be a part use the GetSchooled College Challenge to help your students complete their FAFSA and receive college grants. The College Challenge offers schools the opportunity to engage the entire school in postsecondary planning resources and earn up to $2,000 in college grants for your students.
  • OngoingScholarships for Undocumented Students helps undocumented find scholarships and other resources.
  • OngoingFastweb Scholarship Search, Scholarships.com, College Board Scholarship Search, College GreenLight (video) and finaid.org are scholarship databases where students can search based on criteria such as grade level, location, and academics.
  • OngoingSign-up to earn micro‑scholarships from colleges for your achievements as early as 9th grade.

Programs

  • May 10 Sophomores Apply for the NYUSPS Aspire Program a two-year college prep program in which prepares students for the college admissions process and experience. Over the summer accepted students must attend a one week college immersion program.
  • June 14 Apply to Women of Distinction at Smith College, a fly-in program for high school senior girls that highlights the opportunities at Smith for African American, Latina, Asian American and Native American students.
  • SpringApply for one of the summer sessions at Duke University. These programs are open to students in 9-12 grades and provides students with academic rigor, new connections and lasting memories over the course of the summer.
  • OngoingSign-up to learn more about Year Up, a one-year, intensive training program empowering low-income students to succeed in professional careers and higher education. Classes begin in March and September. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the class is filled.
  • OngoingInsideSchools provides a list of free programs to NYC students.

 College Fairs and Workshops

  • Apr. 2, 9 & 30Register to learn how to plan for paying for college using the SUNY Smart Track tool. This resource helps families establish healthy financial habits by learning how to manage money and better understand debt.
  • Apr. 7Register for the National College Fair to connect with hundreds of colleges and university representatives at the Jacob Javits Center.
  • Apr. 10– Juniors register to learn more about SUNY’s two and four-year visual and performing arts programs. The session will also cover the difference between the BA, BS, BFA, MusB/BM, AAS and AS degrees, as well as audition and portfolio guidelines.
  • May 5– Juniors Attend the SUNY Spring College Fair at the Armory Track & Field Center to meet with admission representatives and learn more about the college search process.

Scholarships

Programs

  • April 6 & 13 Apply for Saturday Academy, by the Museum of the City of New York, a free six-session program for students interested in American History and SAT preparation.
  • April 9 or April 10Register to participate in the #DegreesNYC youth leadership group. #DegreesNYC aims to achieve equity in postsecondary access and completion in New York City.
  • April 19– Sophomores Apply for the NYUSPS Aspire Program a two-year college prep program in which prepares students for the college admissions process and experience.  Over the summer accepted students must attend a one-week college immersion program.
  • April 26Apply to the 2019 Ladders for Leaders Program for summer employment with the Department of Youth & Community Development.
  • SpringApply for one of the summer sessions at Duke University. These programs are open to students in 9-12 grades and provides students with academic rigor, new connections and lasting memories over the course of the summer.
  • Fall 2019 – Announcing, with the support of the Robin Hood Foundation, Lehman College will welcome its first ACE cohort of 250 students. Lehman ACE will enroll both first-time freshmen and transfer students.
  • OngoingSign-up to learn more about Year Up, a one-year, intensive training program empowering low-income students to succeed in professional careers and higher education. Classes begin in March and September. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the class is filled.
  • Ongoing– Refer to the 2019 Summer Enrichment Fair Directory for a list of summer opportunities, after-school programs, and internships.
  • OngoingInsideSchools provides a list of free programs to NYC students.
  • Ongoing– Juniors Register for this free 12 months online college admission resources with monthly webinars, worksheets and more.

 Financial Aid Workshops and College Fairs

  • Mar. 5May 14Juniors Register for “Tips for Tuesday” to learn about preparing for college costs at the SUNY welcome Center.
  • Mar. 6 Juniors register to learn more about SUNY’s two and four-year engineering and engineering technology programs.  
  • Mar. 9 Register for Career Day at The Riverside Church to participate in career fair booths, panel discussions, resume writing and more.
  • Mar.15Apply to a 7-week Summer Immersion Program for 10th–11th grade girls in computer science by Girls Who Code.
  • Mar.16Attend the 29th annual Latino Expo and College Leadership summit.
  • Mar. 22Register for this year’s UFT Bronx College Fair. Students will learn about the college application process and meet with admission representatives.
  • Mar. 22Register for the College and Career Expo to connect with admissions reps, learn more about college and potential careers, and receive financial guidance.
  • Mar. 24Join us for the Lincoln Center College and Career Fair to help students explore the many opportunities available in the creative industries.
  • Mar. 27Register for “Which SUNY are you” session at the State University of New York (SUNY) welcome center to learn about the different campuses, academic programs, and the application process.
  • Apr. 2Register to learn how to manage your finances with SUNY Smart Track. This resource helps families establish healthy financial habits by learning how to manage money and better understand debt.
  • Apr. 10– Juniors register to learn more about SUNY’s two and four-year visual and performing arts programs. The session will also cover the difference between the BA, BS, BFA, MusB/BM, AAS and AS degrees, as well as audition and portfolio guidelines.

Scholarships

  • Feb. 28– Apply for TheDream.US open to students with DACA and TPS. The National Scholarship is for high school or community college graduates. The Opportunity Scholarship is for students who live in locked-out states where they cannot get in-state tuition.
  • Mar. 3Apply for Princeton Prize in Race Relations scholarship. Open to 9th-12th grade students who have positively impacted race relations in their school or community in the past year.
  • Mar. 3Apply to the UNCF Stem Scholars Program that enables highly capable young people to pursue undergraduate STEM majors at historically black colleges and universities.
  • Mar. 19Apply to the Cooke Young Scholars Program, a selective 5-year, pre-college scholarship for high-performing 7th-grade students with financial need.
  • Mar. 31– Apply for a $4,000 merit-based scholarship through the Boule’ Foundation in conjunction with the United Negro College Fund for students of African American descent.
  • April 1Apply to the Women in Technology Scholarship program awarded to women pursuing a career in computer science, information technology (IT), management information systems, or another related field.
  • April 15Apply to The Kappa Epsilon Zeta Scholarship Fund for young women of color in the Bronx in their pursuit of higher education.
  • April 30- Apply for an $8,000 college scholarship/internship program by the New York Office of Turner Construction Company for students majoring in Electrical, Civil, Environmental, Mechanical Engineering, Sustainability, Construction Management or Architecture.
  • July 7 – Apply to the Summer Science and Engineering Program or the Young Women’s Writing Workshop in Smith College in Northampton, Mass. in partnership with Girls Action Network, Inc.
  • Ongoing– Counselors register to be a part use the GetSchooled College Challenge to help your students complete their FAFSA and receive college grants. The College Challenge offers schools the opportunity to engage the entire school in postsecondary planning resources and earn up to $2,000 in college grants for your students.
  • OngoingScholarships for Undocumented Students helps undocumented find scholarships and other resources.

Programs

  • Feb 28– Apply to PayPal’s paid summer internships for sophomores through Master’s students starting June of 2019.
  • SpringApply for one of the summer sessions at Duke University. These programs are open to students in 9-12 grades and provides students with academic rigor, new connections and lasting memories over the course of the summer.
  • Ongoing– Refer to the 2019 Summer Enrichment Fair Directory for a list of summer opportunities, after school programs, and internships.
  • OngoingInsideSchools provides a list of free programs to NYC students.

 Financial Aid Workshops and College Fairs

  • Feb. 15Seniors attend a FAFSA completion event at Fordham University Bronx Campus. Bring important documents and electronic device to complete your FAFSA and Tap forms.
  • Feb. 15 May.15 Juniors register for the State University of New York (SUNY) information sessions at the SUNY Welcome Center to learn about SUNY campuses, academic programs, and application process.
  • Mar 5.- May 14Juniors Register for “Tips for Tuesday” to learn about preparing for college costs at the SUNY welcome Center.
  • Mar 6 Juniors register to learn more about SUNY’s two and four-year engineering and engineering technology programs.  
  • Apr. 10Juniors register to learn more about SUNY’s two and four-year visual and performing arts programs through this information session. The session will also cover the difference between the BA, BS, BFA, MusB/BM, AAS and AS degrees, as well as audition and portfolio guidelines.
  • Mar.16Attend the 29th annual Latino Expo and College Leadership summit.
  • Mar 22Counselors register your students for the Bronx UFT College Fair. Families can also attend but do not need to register.

Scholarships

    • Feb. 2 Apply for the Ascend Educational Fund. The program provides two and four-year college scholarships for immigrant students and students born to immigrant parents in NYC.
    • Feb. 17Apply for NYRR Run for the Future. A seven-week scholarship program that teaches 11th-grade girls how to run and awards them a $2,000 college scholarship at the end of the program.
    • Feb.25- Apply for The Banyan College Scholarship. Open to high school seniors who identify as South Asian Americans and live in NYC. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on financial and academic eligibility.  
    • Feb. 28– Apply for TheDream.US open to students with DACA and TPS. The National Scholarship is for high school or community college graduates. The Opportunity Scholarship is for students who live in locked-out states where they cannot get in-state tuition.
    • March 2Apply to the CORE Que Llueva Café Scholarship of $500 to help undocumented students continue on their academic path.
    • March 3Apply for Princeton Prize in Race Relations scholarship. Open to 9th-12th grade students who have been actively involved in a volunteer effort that has positively impacted race relations in his or her school or community in the past year.
    • March 3Apply to the UNCF Stem Scholars Program that enables highly capable young people to pursue undergraduate STEM majors at historically black colleges and universities.
    • March 31– Apply for a $4,000 merit-based scholarship through the Boule’ Foundation in conjunction with the United Negro College Fund for students of African American descent.
    • April 14– Apply to the Betancourt-Macias Family Scholarship Foundation founded to support the educational endeavors of undocumented people.
    • April 15Apply to the MPOWER Global Citizen Scholarship, awarding $5,000 scholarships to international students at partnering universities.
    • OngoingDREAMer’s Roadmap App and Scholarships for Undocumented Students helps undocumented find scholarships and other resources.

Programs

  • Feb. 1Apply for the NYC GREAT! a Girls Leadership & Communications Development Saturday Program. Open to 10th Grade Girls.
  • Feb. 2Register for the 3rd Annual Summer Enrichment Program Fair at the Mid Manhattan Library hosted by the Office of Postsecondary Readiness. Students will learn about summer academic programs, internships, and summer youth employment programs.
  • Feb.15Apply for the Princeton Summer Journalism Program (PSJP), a free journalism and college preparatory program for high school juniors.
  • Feb 28– Apply to PayPal’s paid summer internships for sophomores through Master’s students starting June of 2019.
  • SpringApply for one of the summer sessions at Duke University. These programs are open to students in 9-12 grades and provides students with academic rigor, new connections and lasting memories over the course of the summer.

 Financial Aid Workshops and College Fairs

  • Jan. 22 and 29Register for the State University of New York (SUNY) Financial Aid Tips for Tuesdays series, seniors will receive supports with completing their FAFSA and TAP forms.
  • Jan. 30Register for Which SUNY Are You? Info sessions. Students will learn about the SUNY campuses, academic programs and admissions process.
  • Mar.16Save the date for the 29th annual Latino Expo and College Leadership summit.
  • Mar. 22Save the date for the UFT College Fair hosted by The Bronx United Federation of Teachers for students, families and counselors.

Scholarships

Programs

  • Jan. 11Apply to the Angelo del Toro Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute (HYLI). This program provides students with the opportunity to learn how a bill is passed in the State Assembly.
  • Feb. 2– Save the date for the 3rd annual Summer Enrichment Fair at the Mid Manhattan Public Library hosted by the Office of Postsecondary Readiness. Students will learn about summer academic programs, internships and summer youth employment programs.
  • SpringApply for one of the summer sessions at Duke University. These programs are open to students in 9-12 grades and provides students with academic rigor, new connections and lasting memories over the course of the summer.

College Planning Resources

  • Ongoing– Sign-up for Story2 to receive free help on your shaping your college essay into stories that convey character and purpose.
  • Ongoing– Counselors Complete the ASAP Presentation Interest Form if you are interested in having an ASAP Ambassador visit your school for a classroom presentation, assembly or college fair.
  • Ongoing– Counselors place a free order of Campus Locator 2019 Edition map highlighting the 100+ private colleges campuses across the state with admissions information per school.

College and Financial Aid Workshops

  • Dec. 1– Seniors register to attend an information session and learn more about SUNY Geneseo.
  • Dec. 4– Seniors attend a FAFSA completion event at Clara Barton High School from 5-8pm to receive support with completing your FAFSA and TAP applications. Bring these documents to complete both forms.
  • Dec. 5– Seniors attend a FAFSA completion event at At Midwood High School from 5-8pm to receive support with completing your FAFSA and TAP applications. Bring these documents to complete both forms.
  • Dec. 7– Attend the student-run Undocumented Students’ Initiative of Columbia University (UndoCU) college application clinic. Those who can’t attend can email undocumentedstudentsinitiative@gmail.com for additional help.
  • Dec. 10 Register for SUNY’s Financial Aid Days for prospective students.  Students and families will receive information regarding types of financial aid, Excelsior Scholarship and the financial aid award process.
  • Dec. 12 & 19 Register for a SUNY information session for students and families to learn about SUNY campuses, academic programs, and admissions process.
  • Dec. Register for the SUNY Money Mondays information sessions. Students will receive support with completing the FAFSA.
  • Ongoing– Sign up for Story2 for free help on your shaping your college essay into stories that convey character and purpose.
  • OngoingComplete the ASAP Presentation Interest Form if you are interested in having an ASAP Ambassador visit your school for a classroom presentation, assembly or college fair.

Scholarships

Programs

  • Dec. 14Apply now for Cornell University’s Exploring Medicine: Health Care Careers and Culture in NYC, hands-on pre-med program offers motivated high school juniors and seniors a chance to explore medical careers .
  • Dec. 19Register for The American Museum of Natural History, Astronomy Day to celebrate the Earth and Planetary collections.
  • Dec. 21Nominate a High School Student for RockEDU Science Outreach’s LAB Jumpstart Program, an immersive mentored research experience in a Rockefeller University laboratory.
  • Dec. 20– Apply for the Y Global Teens, a leadership program that promotes civic engagement and a deeper understanding of social issues around the world. Students will travel to a country in July or August. Open to high school students participating in a YMCA program and available to travel in the summer.
  • Jan. 8Enlist middle and high school students in creating posters use their imagination in displaying instructions to inform their peers about what to do during the scanning process.
  • OngoingCome have your middle school students experience The Frick Collection’s Art History Club with art history talk and exploration.
  • OngoingInvite a Grandchild of a Holocaust Survivor Visit your Classroom to gain invaluable, connected, personalized history that is hard for textbooks to replicate. .

College Fairs and Financial Aid Workshops

    • Nov. 17– Attend the College Access Fair for African-American/Black and Hispanic/Latino Students and Families at Fordham University.
    • Nov. 17 Register for the State University of New York (SUNY) financial aid information session in Spanish. Students and families will receive information regarding types of financial aid, Excelsior Scholarship and the financial aid award process.
    • Nov.-Dec. Register for SUNY’s Financial Aid Days for prospective students.  Students and families will receive information regarding types of financial aid, Excelsior Scholarship and the financial aid award process.
    • Nov.-Dec. Register for a SUNY information session for students and families to learn about SUNY campuses, academic programs, and admissions process.
    • Nov.-Dec. Register for the SUNY Money Mondays information sessions. Students will receive support with completing the FAFSA.

Scholarships

    • Dec.12– Apply for the Foot Locker Scholar Athletes scholarship. Open to senior entering a four year accredited US college or university in the Fall of 2019.
    • Dec.14– Apply for The AXA Achievement Scholarship. Open to seniors who plan to enroll full-time in an accredited two-year or four-year college in the fall of 2019.
    • Feb. 28TheDream.US Scholarship opens Nov. 1 and offers two scholarships for undocumented students. The National Scholarship is for high school or community college graduates. The Opportunity Scholarship is for students who live in locked-out states where they cannot get in-state tuition.  

Programs

  • Nov. 30Register to participate in the Columbia Model Congress conference. High school students work as a team to write bills, participate in a debate, and compete for awards. Financial aid is provided based on need. The conference will take place on Thursday, Feb 7-10.

Student Programs

  • Ongoing– Seniors review and apply for Fly in programs to experience the social scene on different campuses.

College Fairs and Workshops

    • Oct. 12 Attend the 2nd Annual College Fair at the New York Public Library. Over 50 colleges, universities and community based, and organizations will be in attendance.
    • Oct. 14 Register for the annual Fall SUNY College Fair at The Javits Center. The fair will have more than 45 individual campuses represented and workshops for students.
    • Ongoing Register for a Which SUNY Are You information session for students and families to learn about SUNY campuses, academic programs, application and admissions process, financial assistance, the Excelsior Scholarship and more!

Financial Aid Information Sessions and Completion Events

    • Oct.-Dec.- Register New York City Information Sessions – Money Mondays for High school seniors and their families to join staff from the SUNY Welcome Center for hands-on assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students must bring laptop, computer or phone.
  • Oct.-Nov. Register for SUNY’s Financial Aid Days for prospective students and families. The sessions are designed to provide information regarding types of financial aid, FAFSA, Excelsior Scholarship and the financial aid award process.

Scholarships

    • Oct. 6 Apply to the AES Engineering 2018 scholarships, open to seniors who plan on pursuing higher education.
    • Oct 15 Apply to the Youth Awards honoring Latino high school seniors who excel in the classroom and have a strong interest in Business, Community Service, Education, Healthcare & Science, Media & Entertainment, Technology, and Engineering.

2019-2020 Planning Calendar

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