Paul D. Schreiber High School will be an extremely busy place on Wednesday, April 21. On that night, college admissions and alumni representatives will be attending the fourth Annual College Consortium.
Each year over 900 parents and students from Port Washington, Manhasset, and Roslyn have come to the high school to meet with the representatives and to acquire information regarding the admissions process and the individual colleges in attendance. The evening will begin at 6:30 with panel discussions. Each panel will be moderated and consists of a strong representation of college admissions counselors who will discuss the key issues regarding the college admissions process, standardized test scores, and current economic factors affecting the college admissions process. Parents will be able to attend two panel discussions during the designated hour. At approximately 7:40, the panel session will end. College representatives and families will then participate in the “college fair” portion of the evening. More than 70 colleges and universities will be represented. In addition, there will be four separate breakout rooms were parents and students can speak to a professional on four topics: Support Services, NCAA compliance issues, HEOP/EOP, and Financial Aid. These breakout rooms will be open during the duration of the event.
Families who wish to attend this program are encouraged to car pool with others due to the limited parking on campus.
Among the 85 colleges which are expected to be part of the consortium are: Adelphi University, Arizona State University, Brandeis University, Briarcliffe College, Champlain College, Clark University, Colby College, Colgate University, Connecticut College, CUNY (Baruch College, City College, Queens College), Dickinson College, Dowling College, Duke University, Eastern Connecticut State University, Eckerd College, Emory University, Fairfield University, Five Towns College, Fordham University, Full Sail University, Gettysburg College, Hamilton College, Harvard University, Hofstra University, Iona College, The Johns Hopkins University, Johnson & Wales University, LIU/CW Post, Lynn University, Manhattan College, Mercy College, Merrimack College, Miami University of Ohio, Molloy College, Nassau Community College, New York Institute of Technology, Ohio State University, Pace University, Pennsylvania State University, Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Purdue University, Quinnipiac University, Rice University, Rutgers University, Sacred Heart University, St. Joseph’s College (LI), SUNY Albany, SUNY Binghamton, Buffalo State, Farmingdale State University, Maritime College, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Old Westbury, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Purchase, SUNY Stony Brook, University of Buffalo, US Coast Guard Academy, Union College, University of Alabama, University of Michigan, University of Notre Dame, University of Scranton, Utica College, Vaughn College of Aeronautics, Wagner College, Washington University St. Louis, Webb Institute, Wellesley College and Wesleyan University.
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The College Consortium is carried out with the assistance of the entire guidance department of Schreiber High School. Pictured here are student intern Martha Berry reviewing college responses with Guidance Director Hank Hardy.