ROXBURY, NJ - ACT/SAT canceled? Can't visit schools? Distance learning not so easy?
College Edge coach Paul Kelly helps students and parents navigate the new each and application realities in a virtual program hosted by the Roxbury Public Library on Saturday, June 13 at 11 a.m.
As if the college search process isn’t daunting enough, adding the realities of COVID-19 to the research and discernment process is overwhelming.
Kelly, a professional private college counselor, will help demystify the best next steps in a high school student’s search, and will address questions such as:
What are the best ways to discern possible colleges/universities without visiting campuses?
How can I let a college/university know I'm really interested if I can't visit?
How can I make the most of this stay at home time?
What are admissions officers going to take into account with COVID-19?
I'm finding it harder to concentrate and learn remotely -- how is that going to impact my college application process?
There is so much uncertainty right now. Let’s help our teens take the best steps forward in planning their post-high school futures,” said Karen Cerreta, programming coordinator of the Roxbury Public Library. “As processes for everything are changing by the minute, give teens the help they need.”
Registration is recommended by signing up online at roxburylibrary.org, then “Events,” or by calling the library at 973-584-2400.