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Langley Federal Credit Union Offers FREE College Bound Seminars
Langley Federal Credit Union Offers FREE College Bound Seminars
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/15/2014 - 06/05/2014
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Langley Member Education Center

Langley Federal Credit Union announces the following FREE series of educational seminars geared for parents and young adults who are beginning their college search. All seminars are held at 6:30-8 pm at the Langley Member Education Center located at 11742 Jefferson Ave., Suite 110, Newport News. Members and non-members are welcome. To register, log onto the Langley website at www.langleyfcu.org/community/seminars.

College Bound Series #1—Preparing Starts in High School
Thursday, May 15th

Speaker: Eric Hairston, Professional School Counselor for Newport News Public Schools
Learn about Honors and AP courses, PSAT, SAT, ACT tests, and starting the search for a college.

College Bound Series #2—College Admissions/Getting In
Thursday, May 22nd

Speaker: TeCarla Moore, Admissions Counselor at Old Dominion University
What do colleges look for besides grades? How important are SAT scores? What is early acceptance? Learn the answers to these and many more questions about college admissions.

College Bound Series #3—Understanding College Financial Aid
Thursday, May 29th

Speaker: Senora Marshall, Title IV Compliance Officer for Hampton University
Here’s your chance to ask all those questions about college costs, scholarship information, federal grants, the financial aid form, and how the Family Contribution is determined.

College Bound Series #4—Search and Campus Visits
Thursday, June 5th

Speaker: Angela Boyd, Director of Admissions at Hampton University
Discover methods to find the right college to match your student’s academic goals with the collegiate experience. Then find out what to look for and what to ask about when taking a college tour.

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