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Providence Presents: Demystifying the College Admission Process – 10/17

October 4, 2017 by Elaine Rottman

 Finding the “right fit.” Getting in to the “right” college. Taking the ACT or SAT—or both. Applying for scholarships and financial aid. Going on college visits. Writing the college essay.

The college admissions process can feel daunting and complex. But it doesn’t have to. 

With a four-year, comprehensive approach to college counseling, Providence guides students (and their parents) through the college admission process without giving into fear and frenzy. We embrace taking a series of practical steps with sane perspective. 

We are pleased to offer another in a series of Providence Presents programs, open to the community, this time on “Demystifying the College Admission Process.” Participants will leave this session with many helpful resources and a sense of peace about the process.

We’ve put together a superb panel of experts:  Haley Penton, Providence College Counselor; Joyce Luy, Providence Director of Admission and previous
Dean of Admission at Westmont College (1981-2011); and Sean Smith, Director of Financial Aid, Westmont College.

Private consultants charge thousands of dollars for this information. We are providing it free of charge! To anyone who is interested!

Please join us for an evening of information you can use.

All are welcome! Bring a friend. Bring a neighbor. Bring your student. Bring your parents.

Tuesday, October 17

6:30 pm

Christ Presbyterian Church
36 E. Victoria Street, Santa Barbara 

Audience: Anyone, student or parent, who is curious about college admission.  

Cost: Free

RSVP: Registration is not required, but we request the kindness of an RSVP to plan seating. Please click the button below to let us know you are coming and to add this event to your personal calendar.

We look forward to seeing you!

To learn more about how Providence guides students through the college admisison process, visit College Counseling