Prepare for College this Fall @ Central Library
Posted on 9/5/2013
Learn about SAT & ACT strategies, financial aid, finding grants and scholarships, and the admissions process this Fall at Central Library.
ACT TEST STRATEGIES
Monday, September 16 at 7:00 pm
An instructor from Princeton Review will provide information about the ACT exam, including how it differs from the SAT, what it tests, and how the content is tested. Included will be core strategies to help students raise their scores and test with confidence.
ROAD TO COLLEGE: HELPING STUDENTS & PARENTS EXPERIENCE A SMOOTH RIDE
Monday, September 23 at 6:00 pm
Learn what steps you can take during high school to prepare for college admissions. Topics include college applications, transcripts, essays, recommendation letters, choosing and visiting schools, and early decision choices. Additionally, learn about the Crosby Scholars program.
SAT / ACT READING STRATEGIES
Tuesday, October 22 at 6:00 pm
Do you struggle with reading tests? Do you wonder how to approach reading-based questions? Discover strategies to prepare for the reading comprehension sections of the SAT and ACT exams. Learn the appropriate approach for each test.
FINANCIAL AID OVERVIEW
Monday, November 18 at 6:00 pm
Learn about strategies and resources to help you get financial aid for college. Understand scholarships, grants, loans and work-study options.
FINDING FOUNDATION SUPPORT FOR COLLEGE
Tuesday, November 19 at 6:00 pm
Central Computer Learning Center
Find grants and scholarships to help support your college education. Register for this free, hands-on workshop and learn how to search Foundation Grants to Individuals Online to find funding from foundations. This session will be held in the Computer Learning Center at Central Library. Call 703-3020 or email@example.com for workshop dates and to register .
These programs are part of our Preparing for College Series at Central Library.
All programs are free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Central Library, Information Services Department by phone at 336-703-3020 or by email.