Applying to college involves so much more than just sending in an application. Learn how to strategically choose colleges to apply to, what the application components entail and the ways families are paying for college.Learn More
The Center for College Planning provides access to supplemental, downloadable curriculum you can deliver to students, opportunities for you to receive some professional development, and so much more.Learn More
While there are many wonderful, year-round resources offered by the Center for College Planning, there are some larger events and initiatives offered yearly. Destination College, NHHEAF Network Scholarship, and College Application Week are just a few offered for NH students and families.Learn More
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