Workshop Sessions

Session II (10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.)

S: Especially for Students

P: Especially for Parents

SP: Student/Parents

Admissions Perspective (SP)
Everything you've always wanted to know about college admissions...but were afraid to ask! Gain insight and advice about selecting a college, the application process, and finding the right fit from an expert panel of college admissions professionals. Bring your questions!

Financial Aid 101 (SP)
Some of the best things in life are free, unfortunately college isn't one of them! Join a college financial aid expert as she discusses the basics of financial aid and how this aid can help families to manage college costs.

Paths to Choosing a Major (SP)
Learn how to explore career options and enhance your personal experiences through internships, part-time jobs, community involvement, co-ops, enrichment programs, and more. This workshop will get you started on the right path for your future career.

The College-Bound Student-Athlete (SP)
Join college athletes, current college coaches, high school athletic directors, and a college compliance officer to learn about recruitment strategies and eligibility requirements for NCAA division-level sports.

Two Year Degrees & Community College Options (SP)
Learn about the two-year advantage! Representatives from New Hampshire community colleges and two-year degree programs offer information and advice about special degree programs, financial considerations, and the many advantages of earning an associate degree.

It's a Digital World (SP)
Learn about online tools available to aid you in the college selection, application, and financial aid processes. Learn the best methods (and some helpful tips) for using social media to your advantage in your college search and how public information on your social media profiles can impact your life for many years to come.

Accessing College Accommodations (SP)
In this workshop, college accessibility services professionals discuss ways in which students with documented disabilities are supported through the process of requesting and obtaining reasonable accommodations for their college academic, housing, and dining needs.