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2 months ago
How to Make College Decisions When Campuses Are Closed

With "admitted student day" visits canceled, here are some ways to help you decide on which college to attend: ... See more

With coronavirus closings, tours for admitted students are off the table. Here are some workarounds in this time of social distancing.

2 months ago

College Fair cancellations: PNACAC's spring college fairs in Seattle, Portland, Boise, and Spokane have been cancelled. Learn more about your colleges of interest by going online. Universities and ... See more

2 months ago
Here's The Entire List of Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions Due to School Closings

While schools are closed, stay involved and be proactive in your own learning. Check out some incredible free offers from many education companies--this is a great resource for students of any age:

With schools closing across the nation, parents and educators are in bit of a panic as they try to figure out how kids can learn and obtain their

2 months ago
Test Center Closings

SAT March 14
From College Board: "a high number of test center cancellations due to COVID-19. If your test center has closed, you’ll be notified directly, telling you not to go to your testing ... See more

Test center closings for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests are listed below a few days before each test date. Information about makeup testing is posted to this page as it becomes available. If a makeup ... See more

3 months ago
So You Got Financial Aid for College. But How Do You Pay for the Rest of It?

When colleges request families pay more than their "expected family contribution," families are left with a widening gap: ... See more

More families are now struggling to fill the tuition gap after their financial aid falls short, forcing them to make some difficult decisions.

3 months ago
Tips for decoding college financial-aid offers

High school seniors: have you received a financial-aid offer from a college? If you are trying to understand your offer, read the following article. If you still have questions, call the Financial ... See more

Schools often use different jargon for the same types of aid or loans. Student advocates offer suggestions on how to figure out what you’ll pay.

3 months ago

Save the date for spring college fairs in WA, OR, and ID.
More information: https://www.pnacac.org/spring-fairs

3 months ago
New Research Finds That Character Counts In College Admission

As the college admission process evolves, "character" is becoming an increasingly important in a prospective student's application. "70% of admission officers deem character to be moderately to ... See more

The fact that 70% of admission officers deem character to be moderately to considerably important to an applicants’ candidacy should have students’ ears perking up.

3 months ago
A Harvard Medical School professor makes the case for the liberal arts and philosophy

I just revisited this article citing the power of a liberal arts --philosophy, in particular-- education. Wondering what are the strengths of a liberal arts education? Read on:

David Silbersweig, of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, says today's multidisciplinary world needs liberal arts -- and philosophy in particular -- more than ever.

3 months ago

Greater Seattle Christian College Fair: March 3rd, 6-8 PM.
Meet college representatives and learn about some of the local Christian colleges. Free.

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