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April, 2015

Table of Contents

Perspectives Page 2

Open House Notices Pages 2-7

College Fairs Page 7

Recently Received Information Pages 7-8

College Tours for Counselors Page 8

Special Programs - Careers and Applicants Pages 8-11

Notes Pages 11-12

About the Newsletter

The College Impressions Newsletter began publication in 1983 with the goal of guiding students and counselors through the college admissions process by providing critical information about colleges and universities located across the country. The Newsletter contains Open House Notices dates, College Fair dates, descriptions about numerous Special Programs, and helpful advice. Rather than spending hours surfing the web yourself to find all of this detailed information, you can simply read our monthly

newsletter. After 30 years of publication, this newsletter remains committed to positively impacting the futures of high school students by providing our subscribers with exactly what they need to know.

About the Publisher

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The College Impressions Newsletter is continually striving to meet the information needs of students, parents, and guidance counselors. You can help us to create the best possible newsletter. We would welcome any suggestions, comments, concerns, or requests that you have. If you are interested, please e-mail us at: collegeimpr@comcast.net

Arthur Mullaney has vast experience when it comes to navigating the college admissions process. He established the College Impressions Newsletter in 1983. He spent 30 years as a high school guidance counselor. For more than 25 years, he ran an innovative summer college tour program that provided college admissions assistance to more than 1000 high school students from around the world.




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PUNS for Educated Minds

I tried to catch some fog. I mist.

Jokes about German sausage are the wurst.

I stayed up all night to see where the sun went. Then it dawned on me. I’m reading a book about anti-gravity. I can’t put it down.

I didn’t like my beard at first. Then it grew on me. Broken pencils are pointless.

I used to be a banker, but then lost interest. I took a job at a bakery because I kneaded dough. Velcro – what a rip off!

Noah’s Ark Everything I need to know, I learned from Noah’s Ark:

One: Don’t miss the boat.

Two: Remember that we are all in the same boat.

Three: Plan ahead. It wasn’t raining when Noah built the Ark.

Four: Stay fit. When you’re 60 years old, someone may ask you to do something really big. Five: Don’t listen to critics; just get on with the job that needs to be done.

Six: Build your future on high ground. Seven: For safety’s sake, travel in pairs.

Eight: Speed isn’t always an advantage. The snails were on board with the cheetahs. Nine: When you’re stressed, float awhile.

Ten: Remember, the Ark was built by amateurs; the Titanic by professionals. Eleven: No matter the storm, when you are with god, there’s always a rainbow waiting.

Open House Notices (OH),

April, 2015

Suggestion: When responding regarding attendance, confirm the date and time and place of the meeting. Abbreviation Key: OH = Open House Program IS = Information Session ON = Overnight Program TBA = To Be Announced (date not available at time of printing)

Adelphi U., Poughkeepsie, NY, Apr. 26 –Spring OH, Apr. 7 –General Studies IS, call (800) ADELPHI Alabama U. of at Huntsville, AL, Apr. 11 –OH- 8:30 am to 1:30 pm, call (800) UAH-CALL

American International Col., Springfield, MA, April 11 & 25 –Saturday Sessions- call (800) 242-3142 Anna Maria Col., Paxton, MA, Apr. 18 -Accepted Student Day- 9:30 am to 1 pm, call (800) 344-4586 Babson Col., Wellesley, MA, Apr. 19 to 24 -Spring Preview- call (800) 488-3690

Bard Col. at Simon Rock, MA, Apr. 25 -Discovery Day- call (413) 644-4400

Bay Path Col., Longmeadow, MA, Apr. 18 & 25 -Saturday Visits- call (800) 782-7284


Beloit Col., Beloit, WI, Apr. 4, 18, 25 -Buccaneer Days- call (800) 356-0751

Boston Architectural Col., Boston, MA, Apr. 6 -OH- 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, call (877) 585-0100

Boston Col., Chestnut Hill, MA, April –Eagle Eye Sessions- 10 am to 2 pm, call 10 days prior to your visit, call (800) 360-2522 Boston U., Boston, MA, School of Engineering, Apr. 3, 10, 17 –OH for accepted students, call (800) 578-1223

Brandeis U., Waltham, MA, Apr. 23 to Apr. 26 -Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Arts- see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section for details

Bryant U., Smithfield, RI, Apr. 1 to 3 & 6 & 14 & 16 to 18 & 20 -Day with Class, call (800) 622-7001 Bryn Mawr Col., Bryn Mawr, PA, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 -IS- call (800) BMC-1885

Canisius Col., Buffalo, NY, Apr. 11 & 18 –Saturday Visit, call (800) 843-1517

Carnegie-Mellon U., Pittsburg, PA, Apr. 4 & 25 –Saturday Information w/Tour Days- 10:30 am, call (412) 268-2000 or 2082 Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, OH, Apr. 10 to 12 –Diversity Weekend, call (800) 967-8898

Castleton State Col., Castleton, VT, Apr. 18 –OH, Apr. 20 -IS, call (800) 639-8521

Catholic U., Washington DC, Apr. Tues . & Weds. –Cardinal Visit Days- programs for Sophomores & Juniors, Apr. 10 –Odyssey Day for accepted students, call (800) 673-2772

Champlain Col., Burlington, VT, Apr. 4, 18, 25 -Information Session & Tour- call (800) 570-5858 Clark U., Worcester, MA, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 -Clark Visit Experience- call (800) 462-5275

Coe Col., Cedar Rapids, IO, Apr. 20 to 24 –Kohawk Kickoff for high school juniors- call (877) CALL-COE

Colby Sawyer Col., New London, NH, Apr. 3 –Discovery Day, Apr. 25 –OH, Apr. 15 –Evening Tour, call (800) 272-1015 Colgate U., Hamilton, NY, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 24 -Saturday at Colgate- call (315) 228-7401

Colorado St. U., Ft. Collins, CO, Apr. 24 & 25 –Veterinary Medicine -OH, Apr. 3 – Pathways to Excellence, call (970) 491-1101 Colorado, U. of, Boulder, CO, Apr. 13 & 17 –Student for a Day- call (303) 492-1411

Connecticut Col., New London, CT, Apr. 11 & 18 –Spring Visit Day- call (888) 553-8760 Dean Col., Franklin, MA, Apr. 4 & 18 -Saturday with Dean- call (800) 852-7702

Dickenson Col., Carlisle, PA, Apr. 6 -OH, call (800) 644-1773

Drew U., Madison, NJ, Apr. 25 –OH for high school juniors- call (973) 408-3739 D’Youville Col., Buffalo, NY, Apr. 25 – Saturday Visit- call (800) 777-3921 Endicott Col., Beverly, MA, Apr. 25 –Spring Group Visit- call (978) 927-0585

Elizabethtown Col., Elizabethtown, PA, Apr. 13, 14, 16, 20 –Jay for a Day- call (717) 361-1400 Elmira Col., Elmira, NY, Apr. 11 -Saturday Visit- call (800) 935-6472


Open House Programs - April, 2015 continued…

Emmanuel Col., Boston, MA , Apr. 18 –I S, Apr. 25 –College Explore Day, Juniors, call (617) 735-9715 Emmerson Col., Boston, MA, Apr. 24 -Boston Interview for Design Tech- call (617) 824-8500

Fairfield U., Fairfield, CT, Apr. 25 –Junior OH- call (203) 254-4100 Fitchburg State U., Fitchburg, MA, Apr. 11 & 25 -Saturday Information Session- call (978) 665-3144

Florida Inst. of Tech., Melbourne, FL, Apr. 11 -Discovery Day, OH- 9 am to 3 pm, call (800) 888-4348 Florida Southern Col., Lakeland, FL, Apr. 11 -Day on Campus- call (800) 274-4131

Franklin Col., Franklin, IN, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 -Saturday Information Day- call (888) 852-6471 Franklin Institute, Boston, MA, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 -Saturday Visit- call (617) 588-1368

Franklin Pierce U., Rindge, NH, Apr. 11 & 25 -Saturday Tours- call (800) 437-0048 Framingham State U., Framingham, MA, Apr. 25 –IS, call (508) 626-4500

Gannon Col., Erie, PA, Apr. 25 -Saturday IS & T, Apr. 18 –Spring Preview, Apr. 12 & 13 –ON, call (800) GANNON Geneva Col., Beaver Falls, PA, Apr. 17 -Discovery Days- call (800) 847-8255

George Washington U., Washington DC, Apr. 27 –Engineering & Applied Science Visit Day- call (202) 994-6040 Gordon Col., Wenham, MA, Apr. 20 -Experience Gordon- call (800) 343-1370

Goucher Col., Baltimore, MD, Apr. 18 -Explore Goucher, Apr. 4 & 25 –Saturday Visit, call (410) 337-6000 Grinnell Col., Grinnell, IO, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 –IS- call (641) 269-3600

Hamilton Col., Clinton, NY, Apr. 18 & 25 -Junior Preview Day, Apr. every Saturday an IS, call (800) 843-2655 Hampshire Col., Amherst, MA, Apr. 22 –Soph. & Junior Visit Day- 8:30 am to 4 pm, call (413) 559-5730 Hartwick Col., Oneonta, NY, Apr. 11 & 25 –Saturday Visit- call (888) 427-9425

Hobart/William Smith Col., Geneva, NY, Apr. 1, 8 & 22 -Junior OH- call (800) 852-2256 Hood Col., Frederick, MD, Apr. 18 & 25 -Saturday Presentations- call (800) 922-1599 Hope Col., Holland, MI, Apr. 10 & 17 -OH for Juniors- 8:30 am to 3 pm, call (800) 968-7850

Jacksonville U., Jacksonville, FL, Apr. 16 -Fine Arts Audition, Portfolio review- call (904) 256-7663 Johnson State Col., Johnson, VT, Apr. 24 –OH- call (800) 635-2356

Johnson & Wales U., Providence, RI, Apr. 24 & 25 –Preview & Tours- call (800) DIAL-JWU

Lafayette Col., Easton, PA, Apr. 25 -Junior Visits Day- On Visits, Feb. through Apr. 28, call (610) 330-5100 Lasell Col., Newton, MA, Apr. 18 & 25 –Junior Experience- call (617) 243-2380

Lawrence Memorial-Regis Col. Collaborative ASN Prog, Medford, MA, Apr. 2 –OH, Nursing- 7 pm to 9 pm, Apr. 16 –Radiography- at 7 pm, call (781) 396-9250


Lesley Col., Cambridge, MA, Apr. 6 -Threshold Program- call (617) 868-9600 Loyola U., Baltimore, MD, Apr. 25 –Saturday Visit- call (800) 221-9107 Lyndon State Col., VT, Apr. 24 –Spring OH- call (802) 626-6413 Lynn U., Boca Raton, FL, Apr. 25 -OH- call (800) 544-8035

Maine, University of, Machias, ME, Apr. 24 -OH, Apr. 11 –Saturday IS, call (207) 255-1200 Mary Baldwin Col., Staunton, VA, Apr. 11, 18, 25 -Saturday Visits- call (800) 468-2262

Mass Col of Liberal Arts, North Adams, MA, Apr. 20 & 25 – Preview Days- call (800) 969-MCLA Mass U. of, Dartmouth, MA, Apr. 11 -Experience UMASS Dartmouth- call (508) 599- 8605 UMass., Lowell, MA, Apr. 5 -Welcome Day for accepted students- call (978) 934-4000 Missouri U. of, Columbia, MO, Apr. 11 & 25 -Meet Mizzou Day- call (573) 882-2456

Mitchell Col., New London, CT, April Admissions Programs, see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section Mt. Ida Col., Newton, MA, Apr. 18 –Weekend IS- call (617) 928-4553

Muhlenberg Col., Allentown, PA, Apr. 1, Juniors can be Interviewed, call (610) 821-3100 New England Col., Henniker, NH, Apr. 11 –Saturday IS- call (800) 521-7642

New England Tech., Institute, Warwick, RI, Apr. 25, RSVP for May 1 -Health Career Ed. Day, call (401) 467-7744 New Haven, U. of, April -Enhanced Visits, see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section, call (342) 586-4000 New York State Ranger School, Wanakena, NY, Apr. 25 -OH, call (315) 848-2566

Niagara U., Buffalo, NY, Apr. 25 -OH, call (800) 462-2111

New York University, New York City, NY, see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section for information on OH and IS type programs

Ohio Wesleyan U., Delaware, Ohio, Apr. 12 & 13 -19 & 20 –Slice of College Life- call (800) 922-8953 Quinnipiac U., Hamden, CT, Apr. 11, 18, 25 –Saturday IS- call (800) 462-1944

Randolph Col., Lynchburg, VA, Apr. 17 –Open Campus Day, Apr. 20 -OH, call (434) 947-8000 Randolph-Macon Col., Ashland, VA, Apr . 6, 8, 13 & 20 –Macon Days- call (804) 752-7200

Regis Col., Weston, MA, Apr. 21, 22 , 23 -Information Sessions- two per day at 10:30 am & 2:30 pm, call (800) 456-1820 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Apr. 4, 11, 18 -Information Programs- see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section for details

Rhode Island, U. of, Kingston, RI, April, URI is hosting a number of departmental programs, see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section

Rochester Inst. of Tech., Rochester, NY, Apr. 17 -Spring Preview- Gordon Field House, 9 am to 4 pm, call (585) 475-6631 Roger Williams U., Bristol, RI, Apr. 12 -OH- call (800) 458-7144


Open House Programs - April, 2015 continued…

Rollins Col., Winter Park, FL, Apr. 25 –Saturday Visit Day- call (407) 646-2161

St. Andrews U., St. Andrews Fife, Scotland, Apr. 1, 8, 15 -Visit Days- call +44 (0) 1334-463330 or web www.st-andrews@ac.uk St. Anselm’s Col., Manchester, NH, Week of Apr. 20 to 24 –Junior Visit Days- see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section, call (603) 641-7244

St. Joseph’s U., West Hartford, CT, Mar. 27 –OH- call (860) 231-5216

St. Joseph’s Col., Standish, ME, Apr. 28 -Junior OH- 9 am to noon, call (800) 338-7057 St. Lawrence U., Canton, NY, Mar. 27 –Sophomore & Junior Visit Days- call (800) 285-1856

Simmons Col., Boston, MA, Apr. 18 –IS, Nursing, Health Services, 12:30 pm, Apr. 5 & 26 -IS, call (800) 345-8468 Simons Rock of Bard Col., Great Barrington, MA, Apr. 25 -Discovery Day, OH- call (800) 235-7186

Skidmore Col., Saratoga, NY, Apr. 6 & 24 -Junior Program- call (518) 580-5000

Slippery Rock U., PA, Apr. 11 & 25 –Select Saturdays, Apr. 18 –Spring Showcase, call (800) 778-9111

Smith Col., Northampton, MA, Apr. 25 -Smith Preview Program- see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section for details

Southern New Hampshire U., Manchester, NH, Apr. 20 –Spring OH, Apr. 17 -OH, Culinary, call (800) 642-4968 Springfield Col., Springfield, MA, Apr. 1, 6, 8, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27 -Junior Days- call (413) 748-3136

Sterling Col., Sterling, VT, Apr. 25 -OH- call (800) 648-3591 Stetson U., FL, Apr. 18 –OH- call (386) 822-7100

SUNY, Col. Syracuse, NY, Apr. 26, of Environmental Science, Apr. 25 -OH- call (315) 470-6500

St. Andrews U., St. Andrews Fife, KY169AJ Scotland, Apr. 1, 8 ,15 –Visit Day- call 44-1334-463324 email visit@and.ac.uk. – Information Program, call (800) 777-7373

St. Michaels Col., Colchester, VT, Apr. 18 –Saturday tours- call (802) 654-2000

SUNY Ranger Sch. at Wanakena, NY, Apr. 25 –OH- 9 am to 2 pm, see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section, call (315) 848-2566

Swarthmore Col., PA, Apr. 10, 17 & 24 –IS & T- call (610) 328-8300

Syracuse U., Syracuse, NY, Apr. 11 & 18 –Saturday Visits- call (315) 443-4226 Tampa, U. of, Tampa, FL, Apr. 12 -OH- 10 am, call (888) 646-2738

Vassar Col., Poughkeepsie, NY, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 -Saturday Programs (IS &Tours)- call (800) 827-7270

Vermont, U. of , Burlington, VT, Apr. 25 –Jump Start program for Juniors- see Special Programs - Careers and Applicants section, call (802) 656-3370

Wheaton Col., Norton, MA, Apr. 3 & 18 –Preview Program- call (800) 394-6003

Wagner Col., Staten Island, NY, Apr. 18 & 25 -Saturday Overview- call (718) 390-3100 Washington & Jefferson Col., Washington, PA, Apr. 17 & 18 -Senior ON- call (724) 222-4400


Wellesley Col., Wellesley, MA, Apr. 25 -Jr Open Campus, Apr. 28-29 –Spring Open Campus, call (781) 283-2270 Wentworth Institute, Boston, MA, Apr. 11 –Weekend Campus Tour- call (617) 989-4590

Wesleyan U., of Ohio, Delaware, OH, Apr. 12 & 13 & 19 to 20 -OH, “Slice of College Life”, call (800) 922-8953

Western New England Col., Springfield, MA, Apr. 11 -OH (Accepted Students), Apr. 25 –Interview 7 tour, call (800) 235-1122 Wittenberg U., Springfield, OH, Mar 17 to Apr. 20 – Tiger Day for Sophomores & Juniors- call (800) 677-7558

Wheaton Col., Norton, MA, Apr. 3 & 18 –Connect Day, Preview Program- call (800) 394-6003 Wheelock Col., Boston, MA, Apr. 1 -Accepted Student Day- call (508) 286-8251

Wooster, Col. of, Wooster, OH, Apr. 8 -Scott Saturdays, Apr. 3 & 25 –Spring Visit- call (330) 263-2322

College Fairs

National N.A.C.A.C. College Fairs Spring 2015 Regional NEACAC College Fairs

Mass Apr. 12 & 13 Eastern States Expo. Ctr., W. Springfield, MA May 19 Stonehill Col., No. Easton, MA, 6:30 pm Mass Apr. 9 & 10 Boston Convention Ctr., Boston MA May 20 Assumption Col., Worcester, MA, 6:30 pm

NYC Apr. 619 Javits Convention Ctr., NYC, NY May 21 Merrimack Col., Andover, MA, 6:30 pm CT May 26&26 Conn. Convention Ctr., Hartford, CT May 27 No. Maine C.C., 9 am

RI Apr. 14 R.I Convention Ctr., Providence, RI May 28 U. Maine, Augusta Civic Ctr., 9 am May 29 Franklin Pierce Col., NH, 9 am

Spring College Fair at North Reading High School, North Reading, MA April 8, 2015 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Should there be other high schools which are hosting College Fairs this spring and would like to have mention made in spring CI Newsletters, by all means, pass the information along for inclusion.

Bridgewater State U., Bridgewater, MA will offer two SAT Preparation Workshops for students planning to take their SAT’s in the spring of 2015.

All courses will meet from 1 pm through 5 pm. Cost: $275.

Contact Bridgewater State University, Department of Professional Development at (508) 531-2128 College Board Preparation Workshop Sundays for high school juniors and seniors Session I March 22 & 29, 2015 April 5 & 12, 2015 for the May 2, 2015 exam Session II May 3, 10, 19 & May 31, 2015 for the June 6, 2015 exam For greater detail, call (508) 531-2186

Recently Received Information

Bates College “Preface to Bates” May 3 to 5, 2015 Bates College, Lewiston, ME An Open House Program for First Generation –to- College and Multicultural Students

Deadline to apply April 6, 2015 Contact: bates.edu/admission/preface or call (207) 786-6000 Ohio Six College Tour April 27 to 29, 2015, This tour is at capacity, thus, inquire about 2016 tour.

Participating colleges: College of Wooster, Denison College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Oberlin College, Wittenberg University For greater detail, call Sharon Greitzer, Wittenberg University, at (877) 206-0332

Professional Meetings and Tours -- Make a note on your calendar

Mass School Counselors Association Annual Spring Conference, April 7, 2015 at the Holiday Inn, Boxford, MA Keynote speaker: April 7, 2015 Keynote Speaker: Dr. David L. Bluestein, Prof., Dept. of Counseling, Boston College Topic: College & Career Readiness: “Preparing for Work in the Second Machine Age”

Pre-Conference Workshop: April 6, 2015 at the Holiday Inn, Boxford, MA, 3 pm to 6 pm


N.E.A.C.A.C Annual Meeting & Conference, June 3 to 5, 2015 at Roger Williams University. Bristol, RI A must attend professional meeting for guidance/college counselors. To pre register or to obtain greater detail, contact Lynne O’Shaughnessy, Executive Administrator, at (603) 367-3292 or at www.neacac.org

NEACA “Rising Leaders Colloquium”, June 29 to July 1, 2015 at University of Maine, Farmington. “The Way Conferencing Should Be…” Highlights include a tour of Bates College.

Extra Bonus: The Middle management Workshop at AMC is free for all Rising Leadership Colloquium participants. Go to www.neacac.org/rl.cfm

40th Annual NEACAC Summer Institute, July 27 to 30, 2015 at U. Mass Lowell, Lowell, MA, contact: Bob MacLellan at Hebron Academy, Hebron, ME rmaclellan@Hebronacademy.org or call (207) 966-5220

College Tours for Guidance Counselors

Nova Scotia Counselor’s Familiarization Tour Mid July, 2015 Contact/call: (902) 424-8274

Unity College of Unity, ME has announced that on July 10, 2015 it will host its Annual Lobster Bake for guidance counselors and their families. This program will consist of two nights lodging and dinner. The cost is $15 per person. Sounds like a terrific take in. CI’s advice is that you contact the Admissions Department early to make arrangements. Call the Admissions Department at (800) 624-1024 or (207) 948-3131

Special Programs - Careers & Applicants

American International College, Springfield, MA is hosting two Saturday Information Sessions on April 11 & 25, 2015. AIC extends an invitation to junior class members to visit AIC and learn about the admissions process and have lunch in the AIC dining complex to “Get the feel for what we’re all about.” I like what that statement implies. For greater detail, call (800) 242-3142

Bay Path College, Longmeadow, MA will offer a Writing for College Essay Class on June 22, 2015

This class is open to students who have just completed their junior year of high school. It is a weeklong class of lecture/workshop designed to help rising high school seniors draft a college application essay that speaks to their strength of character and demonstrates the skills of leadership and commitment that colleges seek. The cost is $350.

Brandeis University, Waltham, MA - April 23 to April 26, 2015 the “Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts” – “Imagine the Impossible”. This program will feature: Theater, Photography, Painting, Fine Arts, Film, Music, Creative Writing, Dance exhibits and performances. Admission is free unless posted differently. The “Arts Festival” was initiated in 1952 by Leonard Bernstein and the tradition has been maintained. Contact: Shane Hudson, Arts Program Coordinator, at (781) 736- 5008 for greater detail. Consult the Brandeis website: www.brandeis.edu/arts/festival

Clark University, Worcester, MA will be hosting a number of Visit Clark Days with Lunch. Visit Clark Days with Lunch: April 4, 11, 18, 25, 2015

The programs are at different times, thus, call the Clark Admissions Office for specific information at (800) 462-5275 Connecticut College, New London, CT will host two Spring Visit Days on April 3 & 18, 2015 for high school students. Tours & small group orientations will be provided. For specific details, call (888) 553-8760

College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, Syracuse, NY will host College Information Sessions on March 20 & 31, 2015 & April 1, 3, 17, 24, 25, 2015 also an OH on April 11, 2015

Call (800) 777-7373 www.esf.edu/admissions/ndergrad/intrview.htm

Culinary Institute of America, will be hosting its “Conversation with C.I.A.” in the following place: Connecticut Danbury St Sign up Online

Mass College of Pharmacy & Health, Boston MA is hosting a Pre Med & Health Studies Open House on May 3, 2015 The Program will begin at 12 Noon and go through 1 pm.

The Programs highlighted are: Physical Therapy, Masters in Physicians Assistant and Optometry For greater detail in Optometry, call Matthew Montalto at (617) 735-1525


April TBA, 2015 Select Saturday “Preview Day” April TBA, 2015 Spotlight on Business

April 11, 2015 Open House “Experience UMD” College of Nursing, College of Arts & Sciences, College of Engineering April TBA, 2015 as Spotlight on Business

For greater detail, call (508) 999-8605

Global Youth Service Day formerly National Youth Service Day, April 17 to 19, 2015 Millions of youth will participate in Global Youth Service Day, the largest service event in the world. They will tutor young children, register new voters, educate their communities about good nutrition, distribute HIV/AIDS prevention materials and meet many more community needs through their service. Global Youth Service Day supports youth on a life-long path or service and civic engagement, and educates the public, the media and elected officials about the role of youth as community leaders. For greater detail or to register to participate, consult the NYSD website: www.ysa.org

Meredith Manor International Equestrian Center, Waverly, WV is hosting its annual Open House Program for prospective students and their families on Saturday May 16, 2015. There will be demonstrations which will include: Dressage, Western, and Jumping Performances, a peek at MM’s unique Training System, a Teaching Dept. Exhibit, Bucking Machine Display, Massage Therapy, a Horse Health Presentation, Farrier Program Demonstration & Display, Kiddie Coral for younger participants and siblings. For greater detail, call (800) 679-2603 ext. 204 & 206 or Email Kristen.bosgraf@meredithmanor.edu

Mitchell College, New London, CT will be hoisting a number of admissions program during the month of April 2015. Junior Preview Days: April 13, 14, 15, 17, 2015

Shadow Days: April 17 Behavioral Science, & Communications April 7 Criminal Justice & Homeland Security April 21 Early Childhood Education

Selective Information Sessions Programs: May 23 June 20 July 12 Aug. 8, 2015

University of New Haven, New Haven, CT is hosting two Enhanced Visit Programs in March, 2015. Programs are organized around specific Departmental Presentations. The Enhanced Visit Programs Schedule follows:

March 27, 2015 Communication, Fire Science, Engineering , Forensic Science April 10, 2015 Engineering, Forensic Science

April 14, 2015 Engineering April 17, 2015 Communication April 24, 2015 Forensic Science April 27, 2015 Fire Science

For greater detail, contact Monikque Bolt, Coordinator, at (203) 823-7805

New York University, NY, NY The Steinhardt School of Education will be hosting four Steinhardt Connection Luncheons for high school juniors and their families during the spring & summer, 2015. At each of the programs students and their families will meet directly with representatives of programs that are of particular interest to each student. For example: Education, Communication Studies, Health (Nutrition, Food Studies, Speech Pathology, Applied Psychology) and the Arts Professions (Studio Art & Educational Theatre Programs), and Music. To pre-register for a program, call Emily Fields, Coordinator of the Junior Connections Program, at (212) 998-5142 or consult the NYU webpage: educaton.nyu.edu/juniorconnection All programs will be held at noon in Pless Hall, 1st Floor Lounge, 82 Washington Sq. East., NY City. Register as early as possible because these programs tend to fill up fast. The dates of the luncheons are: March 27, 2015 -- April 24, 2015 -- May 29, 2015 -- June 19, 2015 For greater detail, call Cindy Pineda, Steinhart Connection Coordinator , at (212) 998-5142 or via Email at cindy.pineda@nyu.edu

Northeastern University, Boston, MA is hosting a number of departmental info sessions during the months of March, April, May & June, 2015. All meetings will be held at the Admissions Visitors Center

College of Arts, Media & Design Sessions: April 24 -- May 1 -- June 5, 2015 D’Amore-McKim Sch. of Business: April 17 & 24 -- May 15 -- June 18, 2015 College of Engineering: March 21 -- April 18 & 25, 2015

Bouve College of Health Sciences: April 3 & 24 -- May 14 -- June 25, 2015 College of Science: March 18 -- April 16 & 21 -- June 25, 2015

College of Social Science & Humanities: March 18 -- April 21 -- June 24, 2015 Program for Undeclared Students: March 13 -- April 10 -- May 1 -- June 11, 2015 College of Computer& Information Science: all Mondays except May 25, 2015 Plus a session on April 22, 2015


Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI The Admission Department will host a number of Open House & Information Session type programs during the 2014– 2015 school year. Each program will consist of a three hour presentation which will commence at 1:00 pm and consist of a discussion regarding Admissions and the Application Process and a Tour of the Facilities. Especially note that each presentation is designed to be student and family friendly.

The Schedule will be as follows:

RISD will host Saturday Programs: The Saturday Programs are subject to change, thus, call to check the date/time of any program. These programs are expected to attract more families and applicants than can be accommodated at one sitting, therefore, prospective participants are urged to call well ahead (three to four weeks) of the intended program date and secure a reservation. Call the RISD Admissions Office at (800) 364-RISD

U. of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI is hosting three Departmental Information Sessions Programs: College of Business Administration at 10:30 am in the Thompson Boardroom: April 6, 13, 20, 27, 2015 School of Textiles, Fashion Merchandising & Design: April 16 & 28, 2015

College of Engineering: April 13, 22, 24, 27, 2015

College of Environmental & Life Science at 2:00 pm in the Center for Biotech & Life Science: April 1, 8, 15, 12, 29, 2015 School of Education at 10:30 am in the Chafee Social Science Center: April 26, 2015

Harrington School of Communication & Media: April 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2015 College of Pharmacy: April 10, 24, 2015

For greater detail, call (401) 874-7000

Simmons College, Boston, MA on April 18 & 24, 2015 Simmons College will host Select Saturday Programs. For greater detail, call (800) 345-8468

Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY will host a number of late winter early spring “Introduction to Skidmore Programs.” The program will begin at 8 am and consist of tours, panel presentation, lunch and a departmental Arts & Science departmental tour. The program is directed toward present high school juniors and sophomores and their parents.

The dates of the programs are: April 6 & 24, 2015 Call: (800) 867-6007

Smith College, Northampton, MA - “Smith Preview” - April 25, 2015 is a traditional pre college program for secondary school women. It is a day at Smith College which in many instances will be a high school students introduction to college life. It is one of the best programs of its kind and this publication enthusiastically endorses “Simply Smith.” Contact the Smith College Admissions Program Office at (413) 585-2500 or send an email message to admission@smith.edu

SUNY, Engineering & Science, Syracuse, NY will offer two Information type programs in April 1, 2, 3, 11, 17, 24, 2015 -IS for high school students, April 26, 2015 -OH. For greater detail, call (315) 470-6600

SUNY, New York State Ranger School, Wanakena, NY will host an Open House Program on April 25, 2015 from

9:30 am to 2:30 pm. This is the oldest forest technology program in the United States. The N.Y. State Ranger School offers training in the following technical careers: surveying, forestry, water resource management, outdoor recreation, soil & water wildlife, and conservation law enforcement. For more information, call S.U.N.Y., College of Environmental Science & Forestry at (800) 777-7373 or call directly to the N.Y. State Ranger School at (315) 848-2566

St. Anselm’s College, Manchester, NH is hosting Junior Visit Days during the week of Apr. 20 & 24, 2015. Call (603) 641-7500 Vermont, U. of, Burlington, VT is planning a number of Saturday Information Sessions followed by a tour on the following dates:

February, March & April, 2015

The Group Information Sessions consist of a group meeting and a tour of the campus. April 4, 11, 18, 2015 Jump Start for high school juniors: April 25, 2015

Admitted Student Information Sessions: April 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 25, 2015

For greater detail, call (802) 656-3370 or send an Email message to admissions@uvm.edu

Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA - Junior Open Campus Program - April 25, 2015. This program will feature workshops in the following areas: College Application Completion, The College Interview Process, College Essay Writing, and mock classroom meetings. The program will include a lunch and will end at 3 pm. Participants are expected to call and announce their desire to attend. This will in many instances be the first organized college visit and it can be an outstanding experience because this Wellesley College is a selective college offering a unique experience for women. For more information or to pre-register, call (781) 283-2270. Wellesley College will also host its Spring Open Campus Program on April 28 – 29, 2015 and a “Conversation on Diversity Day” on April 27, 2015.


Applied Mathematics Fridays 1 pm

Architecture Wednesdays 1 pm

Business Mgmt. Tuesdays 12 noon

Computer Science & Systems Mondays 12 noon

Construction Mgmt. Mondays 1 pm

Facility Mgmt. Thursdays 11 am

Engineering & Technology Fridays 12 noon

Interior Design Wednesdays 3 pm

Industrial Design Thursdays 11 am

Attendees are invited to attend the daily tours at 11 am & 2 pm

Western New England College, Springfield, MA will host an Open House Program for accepted students on April 11, 2015. Each program will include an Information Conference (for individual participants to be met on an individual basis) in the morning.

The Open House program will occur in the afternoon. Participants in the Information Conference are asked to pre-register by calling the Admissions Office at (800) 325-1122.

Wheaton College, Norton, MA will be hosting a number of Preview Programs during the month of April, 2015. It’s a chance to attend classes, discover dorm life and to meet people who define Wheaton. Dates: April 3 & l8, 2015. Preview begins at 1:00 pm and in session through 3:30 pm. For timings and specific information, call (800) 394-6003


Seniors: It's not too late to apply to college.

March 15 is the application deadline for most colleges, with accepted students making their decisions and submitting their deposits by May 1. But did you know that there are hundreds of colleges and universities that accept applications and admit students until the start of the fall semester? These students are those who might have missed the standard application deadlines, were not accepted into their first- or second-choice colleges, or needed to raise their grades their last semester in high school to qualify for higher-level schools. Schools that accept applications after the typical stop date of March 15 are known as “Late Deadline” or “Late Application” schools. You will still need to meet application requirements (GPA, SAT/ACT scores, etc.), but there are many great opportunities at these “Late Application” schools. One drawback: the later you apply, the harder it will be to land institution-awarded scholarships and financial aid

Ways to discover “Late Deadline” schools.

1. Ask the Admissions Office at a particular college 2. Checkout NACAC Space Availability Survey 3. Use the Common Application’s Search Tools 4. Peruse Peterson’s List of Late Deadline Schools 5. Use the College Board’s College Match Maker Tool 6. Don’t forget Public Universities and Community Colleges

Source: College Spotlight, Focusing on Higher Education Today, Volume 16, Number 6, 2012

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If your school system would prefer to be billed prior to July, 2015 then please drop a note to that effect and you will be billed before July 1, 2015. I realize that many school systems are in financial distress and I do not want the College Impressions Newsletter to add to the financial woes of a system or the lack of financial support to a guidance department. The information contained in each newsletter is information which parents and prospective college applicants need and should possess. The circulation of information aspect of guidance is very important to the overall mission of guidance and College Impressions will do whatever it is able to help each guidance department fulfill its mission to its students and their parents.


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