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Free College Planning Event for NH Juniors and Families

Attendees can:

  • Attend a variety of free college planning workshops
  • Learn tips about the college application process from experts in the field
  • Participate in scholarship raffles
  • Attend a college fair

Join us at Destination College 2024 and jumpstart your college planning experience!

Destination College 2024

  • Date: April 6, 2024
  • Time: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Location: Saint Anselm College

Schedule of Events

  • Check in: 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Opening Session: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Session I: 1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
  • Session II: 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • College Fair: 3:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Register

Session I Workshops

  • Higher education is constantly evolving. Join New Hampshire college admissions directors to hear first-hand how the latest updates affect your admissions journey, get advice about the application process, and gain an understanding of the criteria reviewed in the process of admission. Bring your questions!

  • Campus visits are one of the most exciting parts of the college search process. When researching potential schools, getting on campuses is one of the best ways to figure out if they might be a good fit. In this workshop, a panel of college admissions professionals shares helpful tips to ensure you are taking full advantage of your time at each school.

  • Creating a college list that is right for you takes time and planning. Join our panel of experts from college admissions, campus resources, and financial aid to learn how to navigate your college choices, have productive conversations, utilize your resources, weigh your needs and wants, and make the most of the college exploration process.

  • Every dollar counts when it comes to paying for college. In this workshop, a panel of financial aid and scholarship professionals will demystify the financial aid process and share everything you need to know about searching and applying for scholarships. Bring your questions!

  • Come hear about the many benefits to your education and career by attending a two-year college or trade school. Representatives from New Hampshire community colleges offer information and advice about program opportunities, positive financial impacts, and the many advantages of earning an associate degree or trade certificate.

Session II Workshops

  • Higher education is constantly evolving. Join New Hampshire college admissions directors to hear first-hand how the latest updates affect your admissions journey, get advice about the application process, and gain an understanding of the criteria reviewed in the process of admission. Bring your questions!

  • Campus visits are one of the most exciting parts of the college search process. When researching potential schools, getting on campuses is one of the best ways to figure out if they might be a good fit. In this workshop, a panel of college admissions professionals shares helpful tips to ensure you are taking full advantage of your time at each school.

  • Creating a college list that is right for you takes time and planning. Join our panel of experts from college admissions, campus resources, and financial aid to learn how to navigate your college choices, have productive conversations, utilize your resources, weigh your needs and wants, and make the most of the college exploration process.

  • Every dollar counts when it comes to paying for college. In this workshop, a panel of financial aid and scholarship professionals will demystify the financial aid process and share everything you need to know about searching and applying for scholarships. Bring your questions!

  • Are you deciding whether you would like to continue participating in your sport in college? Join our panel of college athletic professionals, including a college coach and NCAA compliance official, as well a current college athlete, to learn about recruitment strategies and eligibility requirements. Plus, hear about what life is really like for NCAA student athletes. 

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