If the cost of college has got
you concerned and questioning if college is right for you, then check out our piece on Trends in College Pricing and see why a college education still pays. Remember that the range of pricing is very broad, so there is a "right-priced" college out there for everyone. Learn more about how students and parents are managing the costs
here.


In October and November, admission representatives
from all over the country are visiting high schools and college fairs solely to get to know their future applicants. New Hampshire students should take this opportunity to introduce themselves to representatives from the colleges and universities of their choice. This helps representatives put a "face" to the application and gives students a chance to learn more about individual colleges and universities. Click here for a list of great questions to ask admission representatives.




Brag (verb): to say in a boastful manner. Seniors, get out your megaphones, because now is the time to let people know all of the good things you have done over the last four years. When it comes to college applications, don't be shy about your accomplishments. If you aren't good at bragging about yourself, let others do it for you! Check out our page about asking for Letters of Recommendation and Resume Tips. Providing your references with an updated resume is a great place to start.



Check out our schedule of Concord-based library workshops on a variety o
f essential college topics. Register for our upcoming helpful and informative library workshops by clicking here. You can also access all of The NHHEAF Network Organizations' Center for College Planning webinars and videos on our
YouTube Channel.


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Students often find great success in searching locally for college scholarships. NH93 Scholarship Superhighway provides an easy and effective way for students to search for nearly 200 local and regional scholarships. Click here to create a personalized profile that can be matched against a database of local and regional opportunities, students can also explore national scholarship search engines.

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The EDvestinU® National Monthly Scholarship giveaway awards three (3) $1,000 scholarships each month to randomly selected entrants. High school seniors headed to college next fall and current college students are encouraged to apply today!


JUNIORS: SAVE THE DATE!

Registration for the Annual Destination College Convention for high school juniors and parents will open in early February at
www.destinationcollege.org. Meanwhile, save the date for this must-attend FREE college planning event! Special thanks to our host,
Plymouth State University.

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SENIORS: SUBMIT AN ENTRY FOR THE DESTINATION COLLEGE SPEECH CONTEST


The winning s
peech earns a $1,000 scholarship. Get the contest rules and submit your keynote speech online at www.destinationcollege.org.


The NHHEAF Network Organizations' Center for College Planning

www.nhheaf.org

888.7.GRADUATE x119