Friday, February 28, 2014

FREE Spring H.S. Transcript And Financial Aid Evaluation from College Access center

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Parents and students from Delaware County are strongly encouraged to register for an opportunity to meet with area college admissions and financial aid professionals for a FREE assessment of high school transcripts along with a financial aid evaluation services at the College Access Center of Delaware County on Wednesday March 5th from 6:30pm-8:00pm.

Now entering its fifth year, the Center has become to be one of the most valuable places for up-to-date information about college admissions, financial aid, scholarships, and learning how prepare for life after high school.  

The Center provides FREE college preparatory services to Delaware County high school students including a weekly SAT/ACT Class conducted by Kaplan-Trained Facilitators, 1-on-1 Counseling, Homework Help, Tutoring, mentoring programs for young men, along with community workshops on admissions, financial aid, and scholarships. 

This activity is specifically designed for all County high school students and especially seniors and their parents who may be wondering “is it too late to apply to college, does my child really have the grades to get into the colleges of their choice?” or “is there someone I can talk with about completing my child’s financial aid or search for scholarships?”

To register your child for this FREE event on Wednesday March 5th or other services, please call 
(610) 499-1391 or email us at: immediately as 1-on-1 evaluation sessions with our staff and professionals will fill up very fast. 

Students MUST bring copies of their high school transcripts and any complete SAT or ACT scores for the evaluation

Parents SHOULD bring important income documents such as a copy of a completed tax return, W2’s, and 1099’s (if any).

More information about the College Access Center programs and services is available online by logging onto

The Mission of the College Access Center is to provide educational support services to students of all ages throughout Delaware County. 400 East 21st Street, Chester, PA. 610.499.1390.

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