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Accuplacer Math Preparation Online

$25

with Trudy Martin

Feb 27, 2017 at 8 am, runs for 12 weeks

Finally a math class that fits into your schedule! Whether you're returning to college and need to freshen up your math skills or are focused on placing into a particular college course, this class will help you find success on the Accuplacer exam. Potential students will need to complete a face-to-face intake, pre- and post-assessments and an orientation before beginning the online class. The rest of the class is delivered online with additional support available if needed. Students can work at their own pace but will have a deadline for completion. For more information, call 422-4794.

 

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Essentials of College Planning Session 1

Free
Jan 12, 2017 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

In this workshop we will survey the basic steps for successful college enrollment. The session will discuss college & trade school options in our region, entrance requirements, readiness & transition issues of adult students, admissions procedures and financial aid. During the session we will review a typical admissions application, request admissions materials and financial aid information from prospective colleges, and complete the FAFSA. Participants should bring their 2015 income information (or good estimates and available W2s) & any high school/GED/HiSET and college transcripts they have available. This better allows James Hiers, Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) Advisor, to customize workshop details to participant needs.

To register for this free workshop please call 1-800-281-3703 or go to www.meoc.maine.edu

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Essentials of College Planning-Session 2

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with Kate Walsh

Oct 27, 2016 at 1 pm, runs for 1 week
In this workshop we will survey the basic steps for successful college enrollment. The session will discuss college & trade school options in our region, entrance requirements, readiness & transitional issues of adult students, admissions procedures and financial aid. During the session we will review a typical admissions application, request admissions materials and financial aid information from prospective colleges, and complete the FAFSA. This session is designed to set the stage for future enhanced workshops and individual counseling sessions. Participants should bring their 2015 income information (or good estimates and available W2s) & any high school/GED/HiSET and college transcripts they have available. This better allows Kate Walsh, Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) Advisor, to customize workshop details to participant needs and will aid in the MEOC enrollment and financial aid process.

To register for this free workshop please call 1-800-281-3703 or go to www.meoc.maine.edu

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Essentials of College Planning-Session 2

Free
Feb 9, 2017 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

In this workshop we will survey the basic steps for successful college enrollment. The session will discuss college & trade school options in our region, entrance requirements, readiness & transition issues of adult students, admissions procedures and financial aid. During the session we will review a typical admissions application, request admissions materials and financial aid information from prospective colleges, and complete the FAFSA. Participants should bring their 2015 income information (or good estimates and available W2s) & any high school/GED/HiSET and college transcripts they have available. This better allows James Hiers, Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) Advisor, to customize workshop details to participant needs.

To register for this free workshop please call 1-800-281-3703 or go to www.meoc.maine.edu

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Essentials of College Planning-Session 3

Free
Mar 9, 2017 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

In this workshop we will survey the basic steps for successful college enrollment. The session will discuss college & trade school options in our region, entrance requirements, readiness & transition issues of adult students, admissions procedures and financial aid. During the session we will review a typical admissions application, request admissions materials and financial aid information from prospective colleges, and complete the FAFSA. Participants should bring their 2015 income information (or good estimates and available W2s) & any high school/GED/HiSET and college transcripts they have available. This better allows James Hiers, Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) Advisor, to customize workshop details to participant needs.

To register for this free workshop please call 1-800-281-3703 or go to www.meoc.maine.edu

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Essentials of College Planning-Session 4

Free
Apr 13, 2017 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

In this workshop we will survey the basic steps for successful college enrollment. The session will discuss college & trade school options in our region, entrance requirements, readiness & transition issues of adult students, admissions procedures and financial aid. During the session we will review a typical admissions application, request admissions materials and financial aid information from prospective colleges, and complete the FAFSA. Participants should bring their 2015 income information (or good estimates and available W2s) & any high school/GED/HiSET and college transcripts they have available. This better allows James Hiers, Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) Advisor, to customize workshop details to participant needs.

To register for this free workshop please call 1-800-281-3703 or go to www.meoc.maine.edu

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Essentials of College Planning-Session 5

Free
May 11, 2017 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

In this workshop we will survey the basic steps for successful college enrollment. The session will discuss college & trade school options in our region, entrance requirements, readiness & transition issues of adult students, admissions procedures and financial aid. During the session we will review a typical admissions application, request admissions materials and financial aid information from prospective colleges, and complete the FAFSA. Participants should bring their 2015 income information (or good estimates and available W2s) & any high school/GED/HiSET and college transcripts they have available. This better allows James Hiers, Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) Advisor, to customize workshop details to participant needs.

To register for this free workshop please call 1-800-281-3703 or go to www.meoc.maine.edu

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Essentials of College Planning-Session 6

Free
Jun 8, 2017 at 2 pm, runs for 1 week

In this workshop we will survey the basic steps for successful college enrollment. The session will discuss college & trade school options in our region, entrance requirements, readiness & transition issues of adult students, admissions procedures and financial aid. During the session we will review a typical admissions application, request admissions materials and financial aid information from prospective colleges, and complete the FAFSA. Participants should bring their 2015 income information (or good estimates and available W2s) & any high school/GED/HiSET and college transcripts they have available. This better allows James Hiers, Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) Advisor, to customize workshop details to participant needs.

To register for this free workshop please call 1-800-281-3703 or go to www.meoc.maine.edu





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