* COLLEGE EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES *
At Inspirit AI, students participate in live online video sessions where they work in small groups (4:1 student-instructor ratio) with mentors from MIT and Stanford to learn the fundamentals of artificial intelligence, participate in critical discussions about ethical implications, and develop a socially impactful project in domains such as healthcare, media, art and more. Students can apply their diverse interests to trace different strains of COVID-19, identify exoplanets using NASA datasets, prevent the spread of fake news online, conduct algorithmic stock trading, and more. Students of all levels (from complete beginners to advanced coders) in grades 9 to 12 are invited to apply here by April 30th for our spring or summer sessions. Check out their brochure.
Auburn Engineering: Would you like to know more about Auburn Engineering? Click HERE to schedule a virtual or in-person visit!
Birmingham-Southern College: Have two minutes? Watch this video for updates from Birmingham-Southern College Office of Admission. Click here to view your video
We will retire the seldom used option about solving a problem and replace it with the following:
Reflect on something that someone has done for you that has made you happy or thankful in a surprising way. How has this gratitude affected or motivated you?
We hope that this new prompt will inspire impactful student stories, and spark a bit of joy.
Drive-Thru College Fair hosted by Athens State! Athens State University is excited to invite you to attend a Drive-Thru College Fair hosted on their campus on Thursday, April 15th from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Representatives from top area colleges and universities will be onsite to provide information and help you decide on your next adventure –without even getting out of your car! PRE-REGISTER TODAY!
Emory University has extended its test optional policy for another year. This impacts all applicants who plan to enroll as first-year or transfer students in Fall 2022.
Live Q&A sessions with admission staff. Conversations with current students taking your questions live about the transition to college. An overview of financial aid from financial aid advisors. Or an introduction to the scholar programs and scholarship award process. Whether you know you want to apply to Emory or are still investigating selective college admission, we've got you covered. Go to https://admission.emory.edu/portal/virtualvisit.
Samford University's Junior Preview Days: Juniors, don’t miss out on your opportunity to tour Samford while learning about the admission and scholarship process. We invite you to hear from professors and current students as you consider if Samford could be your future home. Junior Preview Days will be held March 19, March 22, April 10 and April 16. Please click on the date below to register. We hope you’ll join us on campus! Click here to register.
Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy:
A career in pharmacy is a natural fit for students who have a love of science and a passion for caring for others. With COVID-19, pharmacists not only served on the frontlines—being one of the most accessible health care professionals to the community—but they now play a critical role in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. As the profession continues to make headlines, you may have students ask you: Is pharmacy right for me?
Jonathan Parker, M.A., Ed.S.
Troy University: This spring we will be offering a few more Residual ACT opportunities. Current seniors can take this exam in hopes of increasing scholarship awards, and juniors can take it to add more score opportunities to increase their super score. The Residual ACT is taken on campus at Troy University, and we are the only institution that will accept the score. The dates for these exams are March 19, April 23, and May 14.
We have also increased the award amount of our UAB Academic Achievement Scholarship to $3,500 per year.
ACT/SAT PREP TUTORING (LOCAL)
ACT/SAT STUDY RESOURCES
ACT/SAT TEST DATES & INFORMATION
COLLEGE APPLICATION: Early Action v. Early Decision v. Regular Decision
COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INTERVIEWS
COLLEGE CHAT NEWLETTERS