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    Registration for the NEACAC Spring College Fairs is OPEN!

    The NEACAC Spring College Fairs will be held on the following dates and times:

    Wednesday, April 14th from 7-8:30 pm EST
    Sunday, May 16th from 1-3:00 pm EST

    There are over 180 colleges that are registered to participate in the program. Registration for students and school counselors is required, but FREE!

    To register and for helpful resources, please visit: https://www.neacac.org/virtual-spring-college-fair-student---school-counselor-registration-2021. We recommend registering ahead of the LIVE events. The booths will also be available through May 31, 2021. Please feel free to use the attached social media image and NEACAC letter to market these college fairs to your students.

    Thank you in advance for your participation in the NEACAC Spring College fairs! If you have any questions, please contact NEACAC at admin@neacac.org.

    Christina Doyle NEACAC Executive 

    Director New England Association for College Admission Counseling 

    PO Box 639 Feeding Hills, MA 01030


    FAFSA Note:

    Students applying to college may now file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2021 – 2022 academic year; this is the first step toward receiving federal aid. Students may submit the FAFSA before they send college applications, but they will need to have at least one school on their college list to file. Changes can be made to the school selection portion of the FAFSA until the college’s deadline, so if your student’s college list grows in the next few weeks, there is the option to add (or remove) colleges in the future. Looking for help in filing this critical form? The Center for College Planning offers free, 60-minute appointments to help families file the FAFSA, which helps to make college more affordable. To schedule an appointment, contact the Center for College Planning as noted above. 


College Application Process

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    It’s one of the most exciting, yet stressful times in high school – “The College Admission Process.”

    To many students the idea of being on a college campus, in a different town or city, taking classes in subjects that are unique, traveling and meeting new people from all over the world can be refreshing and inspiring. However, the process to get there can be overwhelming, confusing, disappointing and exhausting! Students and parents who have experienced the college admission process have said that if you make it through this process -- college is a breeze!

    WLC School Counselors are here to help students and parents through this arduous process and hope you will use our expertise. We will meet with each student to help plan, strategize and work through decisions for the next steps on your academic future.  The college admission process can be easier and more manageable with communication, knowledge and early planning. The school counseling office staff is here to help make this happen.  Our website, while still undergoing construction will guide you through admission policies, college entrance exams, college interviews and visits, time-lines, financial aid and the WLC college admission process. Good luck as you venture forth.

    Mandy Kovaliv, School Counseling Coordinator 603-654-8004 or a.kovaliv@sau63.org

    Sharon Coffey, Registrar, School Counseling Secretary 603-654-8010 or s.coffey@sau63.org