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CollegeReady News – Spring 2024 Edition

Find out how 2021 NEW Scholar grad Ashley is making a difference at UW-Eau Claire, learn which activity is having a real-world impact on our students, and mark your calendar for our upcoming summer events!

CollegeReady News – Winter 2024 Edition

We're celebrating our upcoming participation in Give BIG Green Bay 2024, introduce the newest members of our staff and board of directors, and share how NEW Scholar Adriana is achieving her goals thanks to one great experience.

Why Take Dual Enrollment Classes?

High school students can jump-start their future by taking dual enrollment (DE) courses! This opportunity to earn both high school and college credit is a great way to gain valuable experience with college-level coursework and reduce the cost and time needed to earn a degree.

Post-secondary planning with help from your high school counselor

High school counselor Heather Seaborn shares details and advice to help students and parents/guardians decide what the future holds after high school. Hint: It involves your school counselor!

Choosing the right college major

Students need to make a lot of big decisions when attending college... It's important to choose wisely when deciding where to study, but even more essential is WHAT to study! Not sure which college major to focus on? Let us help you explore and decide!

CollegeReady News – Fall 2023 Edition

We celebrated our future leaders at the 2023 Lamp of Knowledge Celebration, NEW Scholar Luis works hard to pursue a career in nursing, and recipient Joseph connects with new friends in the University of Wisconsin Marching Band.

CollegeReady News – Summer 2023 Edition

We introduce CollegeReady's newest staff and board members, recipient Selena stays focused on making a difference, and NEW Scholars students pay it forward by serving the community.

Paying for college: Why submit the FAFSA?

Financial aid professional Vanessa Mahlik clears up some common misconceptions and shares what she knows about FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to help students pay for college.

How to make the most of your college tour

Find out what one parent learned while helping her children find the right college fit, starting with a key element: the campus tour.
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